Impact of Annual Giving – 2012

“I am where I am today largely because of what I learned at McGill Engineering.” Dominic Bergeron, (left), BEng’87, is Director of Special Projects at the Montreal-based consulting firm, Groupe ABS.


Impact of Annual Giving – 2012

Alumni annual gifts are used in a multitude of ways to benefit Faculty of Engineering students. Recent recipients such as Felicia Parr express their thanks as they explain how donor support is helping them meet their goals.


Impact of Annual Giving – 2012

A debating champion in his native Pakistan, scholarship winner Athar Quershi is an avid sportsman, nature photographer and vintage and classic car enthusiast.


Impact of Annual Giving – 2012

Alumni support for our Faculty’s Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering (S•U•R•E) program has enabled Chemical Engineering student Amardeep Gill to gain invaluable knowledge in the field of electrochemistry.


February 2012

Architecture graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering have designed a remarkable structure that fuses beauty with higher mathematics so seamlessly that architects and students around the globe are taking note.


February 2012

What to do with old computers and computer parts after new equipment has been purchased? Once unwanted e-waste, today’s computer leftovers at McGill are being given a second life thanks to engineering undergraduates at Reboot McGill.


September 2011

A hypervelocity launcher is being used to help researchers understand the devastating effects that space debris can have on orbiting satellites and installations like the International Space Station.

A “speeding bullet” developed at McGill Engineering imitates the velocity of space debris more effectively than anything attempted so far.


September 2011

Nanoengineering research into graphene promises to open doors to new technologies that will prove as exciting as the development of lasers when they first appeared.

McGill Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Thomas Szkopek is exploring graphene’s vast potential.