Faculty of Engineering


1. Doctoral and Masters (Thesis): If interested, we encourage that you first obtain approval from a Professor in the department who would be willing to supervise your research and then complete the application before May 15th.

2. Masters (None-Thesis or Aerospace): If you are interested in either the Masters (Non-Thesis) or Masters (Aerospace) degrees, please go ahead and apply before May 15th.

Note that the typical requirements for eligibility still hold and that admission will be competitive.

Classified as: mechanical engineering, graduate admissions, deadline date
Published on: 29 Apr 2020

Professor Marco Amabili and his research group have published a paper in the prestigious Physical Review X journal. For details, see the McGill Newsroom article at: https://www.mcgill.ca/newsroom/channels/news/mcgill-researchers-lay-foundation-next-generation-aortic-grafts-319047 

Classified as: professor marco amabili, mechanical engineering, dynamics of human aorta, aortic graphs
Published on: 7 Feb 2020

Background: The Macdonald-Stewart Library Building that houses the Schulich Library of Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, and Engineering will undergo significant structural repairs and major internal upgrades over the next two years, beginning May 15, 2019. As a result, Schulich Library is now closed temporarily. Collections, services and staff will be relocated to the Humanities and Social Sciences Library for the duration of the renovation.

Classified as: library closures, Renovations, Construction
Published on: 15 May 2019

A landmark $15-million gift from McGill alumnus Les Vadasz, a founding member of Intel Corporation, and his wife Judy Vadasz, will enhance the prestigious doctoral fellowship program that bears their name in McGill’s Faculty of Engineering, deepening their support for outstanding PhD students who pursue innovative research at McGill.

Their gift also aims to strengthen Montreal as an engineering and technology hub by attracting more top talent to McGill.

Classified as: les vadasz, engineering, donation, doctoral fellowships
Published on: 16 Jan 2019

The Macdonald-Stewart Library Building, which houses the Schulich Library of Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, and Engineering, needs significant structural repairs and major internal upgrades. This work includes stabilization of the stone structure, foundation waterproofing, window replacement, washroom expansion and the installation of a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC).

Classified as: library closures, Renovations
Published on: 11 Dec 2018

By Diane Weidner, Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning

Classified as: innovation, robotics, healthcare
Published on: 17 May 2018

Professor Arun K. Misra recently received the Dirk Brouwer Award "for his outstanding and lasting contributions to astrodynamics of tethered satellite systems, flexible spacecraft, spacecraft orbiting asteroids, robotics for orbital assembly and debris capture." The Dirk Brouwer Award was established by the American Astronautical Society to honour significant technical contributions to space flight mechanics and astrodynamics. Professor Misra is the winner of this award for 2017. Dirk Brouwer Award.

Classified as: External, faculty, mechanical engineering, staff, students
Published on: 12 Apr 2018

Professor Marco Amabili has been elected to the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. This is an important achievement; until now the European Academy of Sciences and Arts included only nine Canadian members, including John Polyani, winner of the 1986 Nobel prize for Chemistry. Read more.

Classified as: External, faculty, mechanical engineering, staff, students
Published on: 12 Apr 2018

Assistant Professor Corinne Hoesli has been awarded the Canada Research Chair in Cellular Therapy Bioprocess Engineering, NSERC Tier 2 New.


Published on: 15 Jan 2018

The Department of Chemical Engineering will host the Fall Research Day, in which our graduate and undergraduate student present their research work.

Time: Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 

Start: 12:30 pm

Place: New Residence Hall (Ballroom C)



Published on: 17 Nov 2017

Congratulations to our Design Project students who finished 2nd in the Hatch Plant Design Competition during the 67th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference (CSChE 2017), Edmonton, Alberta, October 22-25.

Congratulations to the other two teams from Polytechnique Montréal (1st) and University of Ottawa (3rd).

From left to right: Sergio Joao (Design Leader), Sophie Marcotte, Ramisa Chowdhury, Julian Montagut, Antonio Colantuoni, Rafic Osseiran

Published on: 25 Oct 2017

The ChemE-Car team just came back from the World Competition in Barcelona. Congratulations on this amazing team effort!

Next target: The Regionals in Rochester, NY. Go team!



Published on: 25 Oct 2017


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