Dr. Shelley Lorimer, P.Eng. is Chair of the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Transfer Program (BSEN) at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta. She teaches undergraduate courses in statics and dynamics, as well as courses in engineering professionalism. She is currently participating in a research project with Alberta Innovates – Technology Futures in the oil sands and hydrocarbon recovery group doing reservoir simulation of enhanced oil recovery processes. She has a Ph.D. in numerical modeling from the University of Alberta, also in Edmonton.
With degrees from both Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Jeff went on to obtain a PhD from the Institute of Energy Technology at ETH Zurich in 2004. His past
research includes dispersion of pollutants in rivers, turbulent and multiphase
flow modeling from a numerical perspective. Currently, Jeff is a first year
engineering instructor at MacEwan University. With a passion for teaching, his
focus on research has turned to understanding and automating student
assessment techniques as well as looking at the socio-economic sustainability of educational institutions.
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