Civil and Environmental EngineeringWestern Engineering

Teaching

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

ES 1050 – Introductory Design and Innovation Studio

This course is an introduction to the principles and practices of professional engineering design. The design-studio approach fosters innovative thinking, improves problem solving, and provides context. This course includes elements of the design process including need recognition, conceptualization, analysis and prototyping to satisfy specifications. Emphasis will be placed on creativity, innovation, teamwork, problem solving, communication, engineering ethics, safety, self-reflection and the skills necessary to practice engineering in any discipline.

CEE 3346b - Steel Design

The course covers Behaviour and Limit States Design of tension members, columns, beams, beam-columns and connections. P-delta analysis for unbraced frames. Building systems. Current professional issues in steel construction. Health and safety issues are discussed. 

GRADUATE COURSES

CEE 9515 - Steel Design

The course covers Behaviour and Limit States Design of tension members, columns, beams, beam-columns and connections. P-delta analysis for unbraced frames. Building systems. Current professional issues in steel construction. Health and safety issues are discussed. 

CEE 9549 - Advanced Design and Behaviour of Concrete Structures

Analysis and design of prestressed, partially prestressed, and reinforced concrete sections and members to resist flexural, shear, and axial loads. Serviceability and durability criteria. Slender columns. Strut-and-tie methods for design.