Think analytically and creatively

Our students learn to creatively solve tough real-world problems through hands-on experience. Explore our undergraduate and graduate programs.


Excellence in research and teaching

Award-winning research is carried out in each engineering discipline. Students learn alongside world renowned researchers in the classroom, the lab and the field.


A tag-team effort to support local entrepreneurs

The Nova Scotia Product Design and Development Centre is officially open for business [Read the Dal News story]


Dal Engineering research chair sparks the next communications evolution

Dr. Christian Schelegel's research in high-speed underwater communications networks recently received more than $2.3 million in funding. [Read the Dal News story]


Where in the World is Dal Engineering - Photo Contest

Engineering alumni, faculty, and students are invited to enter in the contest. Deadline is October 31, 2014


About the Faculty of Engineering

Students working in the lab

Students of the Faculty of Engineering benefit from professors who mentor and guide them through practical, real-world design projects. Learn more about the Faculty of Engineering.

Faculty and Research

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Leaders in their fields, our professors engage and challenge students to develop creative solutions to local, national, and international problems. Learn more about our faculty and their research specializations.


Engineering News from Dal News

  • Schulich‑supported superstars
    With an already impressive list of academic and community accomplishments to their credit, first-year students Alysha Rose (Medical Sciences) and Amanda McLean (Engineering) both received Schulich Leader Scholarships to study at Dal this fal.
  • A tag‑team effort to support local entrepreneurs
    Dal Engineering's iDLab and Product Research & Design Group merge to form the Nova Scotia Product Design and Development Centre, with investment from the provincial government to support R&D in Nova Scotia.
  • Robot ships of plunder
    This year's Electrical and Computer Engineering Robotics Competition was pirate-themed, with student-built robots hunting lost treasure through an obstacle course.
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