At the turn of the 21st century, the environmental protection and climate change mitigation are among our most essential efforts to ensure our survival on the planet. Most development practices have been unsustainable up to now and cannot continue in the same fashion. The atmospheric environment is an important part of the environment we all depend on. At the same time, the atmosphere is so fragile and resource limited. Sustainable development toward the protection of the atmosphere is everyone's responsibility.
Multiphase flow takes place in a wide spectrum of engineering applications such as food production, power generation, water treatment, oil production, water desalination, refrigeration and air conditioning, as well as in carbon capture and sequestration systems. My lab aims at providing reliable solutions for our many industrial problems and new technologies that can make these engineering systems more efficient and sustainable.
The problems I have worked on in animal science have direct implications for genetic selection, food quality (e.g. cow milk), and animal health. On the other hand, my work in understanding the structure and driving mechanisms of ecological (e.g. plant-pollinator) networks have indirect implications for ecosystem conservation, management, and restoration.
One of my main research activities addresses the development of Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools for Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC) and Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) which are used today in all types of applications including security systems, consumer products, medical equipment, manufacturing systems, robotics to name just a few.
In the hospitality field, our programs are the best in Canada. The school and its graduates enjoy the respect and support of the hospitality industry and offers new students a chance to join the largest and most active alumni association of hospitality professionals in Canada.