CSALT Welcomes 5 new student researchers

We are happy to announce the addition of 5 new student researchers at CSALT this fall! Professor Boyle's research grant with the Canadian Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (CPCI) continues in the 2021/22 academic year led by M.Arch student Jamie Wong and Stephanie Murray. Jamie will build upon the work initiated with Sinan Husic in 3D printing UHPC and other concrete blends, and Stephanie will explore concepts in casting and formwork. Their research will include workshops for students in the school in various courses as well as independent exploration and research.

Their work is supported by two Research Assistants, Jonathan Robitaille (4th year Design stream) and Isabel Sales (2nd year Conservation & Sustainability stream) funded through the Campus Work Program, along with Thomas Tello who is funded by CSALT in partnership with the Internship - Carleton Undergraduate Research Experience for Undergraduate Students (I-CUREUS) program offered through the Discovery Center. We are delighted to have this wonderful group on board. Have a look at their profiles on the CSALT website under Out Team at www.CSALTarchitecture.com

With other new research projects on the horizon, the team will be expanding soon! Stay tuned.