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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 →
Graduate students compete in 2023 Three Minute Thesis
SEE MASc students, Hengameh Delbari and Yameena Naqvi, win this year's faculty heat and will be advancing to the SFU 3MT finals! learn more →
What is it like to work for the Canadian Space Agency?
SEE BASc student Tianna Sequeira reflects on her co-op experience working for the Canadian Space Agency, where she explored the impact of GHG emissions on Government of Canada departments and agencies. learn more →
SFU students to develop zero-emissions retrofit for Stanley Park Train
SEE students are collaborating with CityStudio Vancouver and the City of Vancouver to electrify the Stanley Park Train. This project recently won first place at CityStudio’s bi-annual HUBBUB showcase. learn more →
Global energy models demonstrate best use of resources
SEE professor Taco Niet and his research team are providing insights to policymakers to help them make informed decisions for human and environmental well-being. learn more →
Self-powered, printable smart sensors could lead to a more sustainable Internet of Things
SEE professor Vincenzo Pecunia identifies key priorities and promising avenues for printable electronics to enable self-powered, eco-friendly smart sensors. learn more →
Power and Energy Systems Research
The Power and Energy Systems research group led by SEE professor Mariana Resener is developing innovative solutions for modern electric power systems that are driving decarbonization. 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.