Kevin De France, an Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering

Kevin De France wants to fix our plastics problem

The aim of De France's research program is to replace non-renewable plastic products with natural, recyclable, and ultimately sustainable materials.

Julián Ortiz in his office

Julián Ortiz discusses evolution and future of Mining: “it requires all the engineering disciplines”

Julián Ortiz wants you to know that Mining is more than just extracting materials from the earth. He sees a future for the industry that encompasses responsible extraction that is respectful of the earth and its resources.

Year in Review 2022

Year in Review 2022

Dean Deluzio looks back at an eventful year at Queen's Engineering.

Discipline Nights

Discipline Nights 2023

The time has come for our first-year common core students to choose their paths! Students who have passed their first-year courses are guaranteed their choice of engineering discipline. Learn more about each across 10 featured nights!

Students working at Waaban Crossing

Ingenuity Labs team developed systems to monitor Kingston bridge performance

Students and faculty members are using leading-edge technology to help the City of Kingston monitor the performance of the new Waaban Crossing bridge.

Young people participating in a Connections event

An in-depth look at Connections Engineering Outreach

A five-part series of articles and video exploring the work of the youth-facing unit in the Faculty of Engineering charged with inspiring young people to consider STEM-oriented and engineering careers.

Campus News & Events

Kevin De France wants to fix our plastics problem
January 26, 2023

Kevin De France investigates the design and application of sustainable bio-based materials. The aim of his research program is to replace non-renewable plastic products with natural, recyclable, and ultimately sustainable materials...

Dominik Barz wins 2022 Faculty Research Excellence Award
January 24, 2023

Dominik Barz, an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering, is this year’s recipient of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Excellence in Research Award...

Julián Ortiz discusses evolution and future of Mining: “it requires all the engineering disciplines”
January 19, 2023

Julián Ortiz wants you to know that Mining is more than just extracting materials from the earth. As Department Head and Associate Professor, he sees a future for the industry that encompasses responsible extraction that is respectful of the earth and its resources...

How an internship emphasized the versatility and opportunities in Mining Engineering
January 09, 2023

Dalena Vo began a one-year term as a Mine Projects and Costing Intern this past summer at Canadian Natural Resources Limited in Calgary...

Queen's Engineering 2022 Year in Review
December 28, 2022

Dean Deluzio summarizes the highlights of an eventful year at Queen's Engineering...

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Teams and Clubs at Queen's Engineering

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