STUDENT GROUPS

Interested in checking out C-Eng's societies, clubs, teams, and projects? Within the Carleton Engineering community, there are many diverse opportunities to get involved.  From concrete toboggans to the C-Eng Musical, we’re sure there’s a club or activity out there that will be perfect for you!

Having trouble finding the right club for you? Are you looking to share your passions and talents with others?  Are you looking to start something new at Carleton but don't exactly know how?Well, this is your chance! Affiliation with CSES makes your organization eligible for CSES's recognition and resources. 

CSES offers a ton of resources to C-Eng clubs, from free printing to special equipment on loan, as well as exposure within the community and free advertising services. Additionally, affiliated clubs are eligible for our Student Group Funding (SGF) program (where we give out thousands of dollars every year!)

AFFILIATED

CLUBS, SOCIETIES, TEAMS

Affiliated Student Groups are clubs that CSES formally recognizes in the Carleton Engineering community by providing support services. These include a variety of different types of student group, so be sure to check them all out by clicking on the corresponding button below!

(Interested in getting your student group affiliated? Hit the Clubs tab on the top menu to see how!)

Department fo Electronics Society (DESoc)

To spread the knowledge of Electrical Engineering and its applications, create a safe and fun environment for DESoc's members, and aid DESoc's members with their own professional development.

Canadian Society for Civil Engineering - Carleton Chapter (CSCE)

president.cucsce@gmail.com

The CSCE promotes the development, acquisition, and exchange of professional knowledge in the field of Civil Engineering and other similar disciplines. Supportive of the work of academics and private institutions, as well as different organizations that have dealt with Civil Engineering since 1887 and sister organizations, the CSCE also promotes Civil Engineering to the general public, governmental institutions in Canada, and abroad. The Carleton Chapter primarily represents the interests of Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Environmental Engineering and we are supported by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Carleton. We aim to provide meaningful connections to professionals and career opportunities for students during their schooling at Carleton.

Carleton Mechanical & Aerospace Society (CMAS)

cmas.president@gmail.com

CMAS strives to enrich and promote the fields of mechanics, aeronautics, and astronautics by providing educational opportunities, academic support, services, and events to the Carleton Engineering community. Although CMAS's focus is on mechanical and aerospace engineering, collaboration between all engineering disciplines is welcomed and encouraged. CMAS promotes an open, positive, and safe environment for all students in their office in ME 3346.

Carleton University Biomedical Engineering Society (CUBES)

cubes.carleton@gmail.com

The Carleton University Biomedical Engineering Society (CUBES) exists to assist undergraduate biomedical engineering students at Carleton University. This is done by providing resources, hosting events, and keeping students up to date on important events in modern biomedical engineering. CUBES hopes to help the students involved in our society to further their academic and professional development.

IEEE Carleton Student Branch (IEEE)

chair@ieee.carleton.ca

IEEE Carleton is the student branch of IEEE, the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology. IEEE is involved in setting technological standards, organizing conferences, and bringing professionals together for everyone's benefit. As the student branch chapter, we aim to foster the development of students' technical skills and offer resources to help students network and collaborate with professionals. IEEE Carleton offers technical workshops, tools and space for making projects, textbooks/course materials, and networking opportunities. If you ever swing by our office, come say hi! Everyone is happy to help others out with course or project work.

Systems and Computer Engineering Society (SCESoc)

scesoc.carleton@gmail.com

SCESoc, once defunct, is now alive and kicking! SCESoc is an active community and society for all streams in the Systems and Computer Engineering department. Although being a newly-revived society, we proudly offer many exciting events year-round, catering to both social and academic needs. Regular study sessions, summertime field trips, professional development panels, and friendly all-night programming competitions are just the beginning of what we have to offer. This led us to receive the Student Group of the Year Award at Reflections 2015, an award we are planning to honour for years to come. Furthermore, we have a quirky, friendly, and creative executive team and community that love having new members get involved, even if you are outside of the Systems and Computer Engineering department. Whether you're looking to expand your knowledge, your professional networking skills, your array of cool departmental merchandise, or your circle of friends, SCESoc is the place to start!

Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Society (SREESoc)

president@sree-society.ca

We aim to promote the interests of sustainable and renewable energy-related fields and applications, serving primarily its membership and the Carleton University student population (secondarily, the interested public.) The society acts as a bridge between students and the sustainable and renewable energy industry. We shall strive to promote professional excellence and a sense of community among our members while developing positive relations with other student and external groups.

Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE)

cite.carleton@gmail.com

Carleton University’s CITE Student Chapter comprises undergraduate and graduate civil engineering students interested in the transportation engineering profession. The student chapter works to build positive relationships between private industry partners and the local parent organization, the National Capital Region. By connecting students with transportation professionals, the chapter is able to build a positive working relationship that can develop into future prospects.

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Ravens Racing

Ravens Racing is composed of a multi-year, multidisciplinary range of engineering students all vying to put the theory learned in class toward designing, manufacturing, and testing formula-style race cars. Each year, we design, build, and test a brand new race car in order to compete in the Formula SAE series across North America.

fsaecarleton@gmail.com

Carleton University Simulator Project (CUSP)

The goal of the CUSP Team is to advance and finalize a state-of-the-art flight simulator that has been undergoing changes and alterations since 2002.

Carleton CuSat Design Project

To design and build a satellite to compete in the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge

Carleton University Crash Dummy

The purpose of CUCD is to perform a functional collision between a moving vehicle and bicycle. All aspects of the crash and dummy, including the biomechanics, dynamics, and sensing & instrumentation, are carried out by students.

Sustainable Energy Systems Portfolio

To improve student's design, communication and teamwork skills through the system level energy mix optimization of a chosen location. We aim to optimize the energy mix for a given location in such a way that the supply mix can provide the energy needs of the region using cleaner and sustainable energy systems.

Enhanced Engineering

At Enhanced Engineering our goal is to provide reliable engineering services with a focus on public safety. Our approach incorporates cost effective designs, while pushing the boundaries of today's sustainable design concepts. We are committed to building trustworthy relationships with our clients through professionalism, integrity, and passion.

Train Early Detection System

Fourth Year Project

WWB Project

This project focuses on the analysis of streetlight data to improve congestion in the City of Ottawa

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Carleton Troitsky Bridge Building Team

The Troitsky Bridge Building is an annual competition hosted by Concordia that will be celebrating its 34th running this upcoming year. Teams from universities and colleges across Canada and Vermont are tasked with building a bridge out of Popsicle sticks, white glue, dental floss, and toothpicks. These bridges must have a maximum span of 1.3m and a maximum height of 0.6m. This competition has participants go through the entire engineering process from designing to building to finally testing their bridges in Montreal. Each year, Carleton sends a delegation of 6 teams of 6 members to compete in this competition. It's an excellent opportunity for participants to experience the entire engineering process of conceptualization, development, analysis, construction, and testing of a design in a competitive and engaging atmosphere.

carletonadmirals@gmail.com

Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race (GNCTR)

GNCTR is the oldest engineering competition in Canada. Each year, Carleton sends a group of 20 to 25 students with their sled to the host school's location. The sleds are judged on a variety of aspects including safety, report, speed, maneuverability, braking, superstructure, concrete design, environmental impact, design, and more. This year, Carleton plans on making it down the hill as well!

carletongnctr@gmail.com

Carleton Planetary Robotics Team

The Carleton Planetary Robotics Team (CPRT) is a student-run group aiming to design, build, and program a simulated Mars Rover to compete in international competitions.  Competitions include the University Rover Challenge (URC) at the Mars Desert Research Station near Hanksville, Utah, and the Canadian International Rover Challenge (CIRC) in Drumheller, Alberta.  All years and streams are welcome!

carletonplanetaryrobotics@gmail.com

Blackbird UAV

The Blackbird UAV team provides Carleton students with practical project experience in the areas of aerospace design, payload systems, autonomous flight, wireless communication, and software development. The ultimate goal is to achieve a system that is competitive not only among academic institutions, but within the UAV industry. The team plans to work with possible commercial end-users in order to guide development and create relationships within industry. Our team also aims to promote research and development in the unmanned systems field, both at Carleton University and elsewhere. Furthermore, the team hopes to promote the commercial use of small UAVs and their integration into airspace both within Canada and internationally.

uavblackbird@gmail.com