SEE students showcase their sustainable engineering designs
For their cornerstone project, students from SEE 111 were tasked with designing a device to teach Grade 7 students about sustainable development. learn more →
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Interested in joining SEE? Learn more about our BASc, MASc and PhD programs. Students must identify a senior supervisor before applying to our graduate programs. learn more →
SEE receives accreditation from Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board
This will allow students from the SEE undergraduate program to fulfill requirements needed to become professional engineers and ensure that they receive quality education. learn more →
SEE students receive their Iron Ring
The recognition is worn by Canadian engineers to symbolize their obligations and dedication towards engineering. learn more →
SEE student receives top prize at the Canadian Engineering Competition
SEE student Erin Flood and engineering science student Aru Bhola outperformed 200 engineering students across Canada and were one of the few all-female teams to compete. learn more →
What is it like working for a fuel cell testing and manufacturing equipment company?
SEE student Hannah Chan shares her co-op experience working for Greenlight Innovation, where she developed Python scripts for automation software used to test fuel cells. learn more →
Global experts propose a path forward in generating clean power from waste energy
Professor Vincenzo Pecunia led a team of more than 100 internationally-recognized scientists in creating a comprehensive “roadmap” to guide global efforts to convert waste energy into clean power. learn more →
Want to help build a sustainable world?
SFU's new School of Sustainable Energy Engineering (SEE) welcomed its first cohort of students in Fall 2019. This school's interdisciplinary program is the first of its kind in Western Canada and is offered in a new state-of-the-art facility that is located on SFU's Surrey campus. SEE embraces sustainability in its broadest sense as our overarching guiding principle. We endeavour to model best practices and leadership in the pursuit of ecological, social and economic sustainability, as well as gender equity and reduced inequalities in our operations, research, teaching and community engagement. Read more about our guiding principles and commitments.