U of T Engineering professors and alumni elected to the Canadian Academy of Engineering
The CAE is a national institution through which individuals who have made outstanding contributions to engineering in Canada provide strategic advice on matters of critical importance to Canada and to Canadians.
“The election of these exceptional faculty and alumni to the Academy is an important recognition of their impact as engineering innovators, educators and leaders, both nationally and globally,” said Christopher Yip, dean of the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering. “On behalf of the Faculty, congratulations to all our new CAE fellows.”
The new CAE fellows from U of T include:
Ali Dolatabadi, a professor in the department of mechanical and industrial engineering
George Eleftheriades, a professor of electromagnetics in the Edward S. Rogers Sr. department of electrical and computer engineering
Baochun Li, a professor of computer engineering in the Edward S. Rogers Sr. department of electrical and computer engineering
Xinyu Liu, a professor in the department of mechanical and industrial engineering
Ning Yan, a professor in the department of chemical engineering and applied chemistry and the Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Bioproducts
Janet A. W. Elliott, University of Alberta Distinguished Professor
Mina Hoorfar, dean of engineering and computer science at the University of Victoria
Steve Hranilovic, vice-provost and dean of graduate studies at McMaster University and a professor in McMaster's department of electrical and computer engineering
Mark Martinez, a professor in the University of British Columbia's department of chemical and biological engineering
Carolyn Ren, a professor in the University of Waterloo's department of mechanical and mechatronics engineering and Canada Research Chair in Microfluidic Technologies
David Tennenhouse, who has worked as a faculty member at MIT; in government and industry; and as a partner at New Venture Partners and co-founder of Vericom Systems Ltd.