As one of the nation’s leading institutions in the study and research of engineering, architecture, industrial design, and information technology, Carleton’s comprehensive platform of programs provides students with an environment that is challenging, diverse and flexible.

The history of the Faculty of Engineering and Design (FED) began in 1945 and contains many notable achievements, including establishing the first Canadian programs in aerospace engineering and communications engineering. Through the introduction of innovative undergraduate and graduate programs, the Faculty of Engineering and Design has maintained its long-standing reputation for excellence in education and research, both nationally and internationally. FED houses one of the largest groups of building energy researchers in Canada, spanning Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Architecture, and Industrial Design. The Faculty has numerous innovative academic programs such as Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering and Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering.

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Building Performance Research Centre

Tiny House, Big Challenges

Carleton Launches Urbandale Centre for Home Energy Research

Urbandale Centre for Home Energy Research

The Human-Building Interaction Lab

Solar Energy Systems Laboratory

From Operable Windows to Frozen Pipes and Building Forensics