Admission for Graduate StudiesApplications for graduate studies at the CFD Lab follow the general McGill rules.
About the McGill CFDLab [.pdf]
Please consult: www.mcgill.ca/gps/admissions/
The CFD Lab and McGill have traditionally attracted outstanding students nationally and internationally.
It maintains this tradition by topping off scholarships through various internal and university-wide mechanisms, the most recent being the Tomlinson Fellowships, earmarked for doctoral and postdoctoral studies.
Please consult: www.mcgill.ca/fgsr/fellowships/tomlinson/welcome.htm
Honours and awardsPratt & Whitney Canada 2009 Honorary Pioneer Award.
Killam Prize for Engineering, May 2009.
This is the highest scholarly monetary prize ($100,000, tax free) in Canada, awarded by the Canada Council for the Arts for health sciences, natural sciences, engineering and social sciences.
Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2009
Fellow, Academy of Science, Royal Society of Canada, 2008
Lifetime Achievement Award, CFD Society of Canada, 2006.
Featured in Special 2004 Issue, McGill, 50 years of Engineering.
Fellow, Canadian Academy of Engineering, 2002
Research Fellow Award at Pratt & Whitney Canada, 2000
Concordia University Senior Research Fellow Award, 1999
Pratt & Whitney Canada Technology Achievement Award for "Advancing Numerical Technologies for Gas Turbine Applications," 1998
Voted one of 10 top scientists in Montreal (only engineer) by the Gazette in its series: Montreal, The Year 2000 (April 27, 1996, page H1)
Work featured as "The 10 discoveries of 1998," by "Quebec Science," 1998
Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1996
Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1996
NSERC + Conference Board of Canada University-Industry Synergy Award.
Honourable Mention to Concordia University and Pratt & Whitney Canada's team, 1995
Corporate-Higher Education Forum Certificate of Merit for: "Distinguished Achievement in Furthering University-Industry Research Co-Operation," 1992
Cray Gigaflop Award for: "Fastest scientific code on a Cray supercomputer, worldwide," 1990
E.W.R. Steacie Memorial Fellowship, NSERC for: "Outstanding Research in the Field of Computational Aerodynamics," 1988
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Professional Society MembershipFellow Academy of Science, Royal Society of Canada
Fellow Canadian Academy of Engineering
Member Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec
Fellow American Society of Mechanical Engineerings (ASME)
Assoc. Fellow American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
Member The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
Consulting activitiesProfessor Habashi acts as a consultant to industry in various areas related to:
- Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling and Simulation
- Large-scale Computing In-flight Icing
- Aircraft Accident Investigation