Marnie Jamieson, MSc

Teaching Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Chemical and Materials Engineering Dept

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Teaching Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Chemical and Materials Engineering Dept
Email
mvjamies@ualberta.ca

Overview

Research
  • Leveraging sustainable design, life cycle, risk, and project management - from innovation and strategic implementation through responsible operation to planned reclamation. Engineering projects inherently alter our world; thus, balancing the net social benefit equation is critical to a sustainable future.
  • Applying design principles and process control concepts to engineering education with a special interest in blended learning and project courses with industrial partnerships.
  • Developing assessment methods to measure higher level cognitive and affective domain functions associated with engineering education learning objectives in complex open ended design project courses.
  • Applying thermodynamics and phase behavior to novel and standard design projects.

Teaching
  • CHE 435/465 Blended Learning Project
  • Integrative teaching of engineering, team development, project management, design, sustainability, economics, safety, risk and loss management in complex real and sometimes wicked problems.
  • Facilitation of Engineering Mentorship by maintaining and growing partnerships with industry, research, business, and student communities to connect people, projects and foster innovation and sustainable design.
  • The application of CEAB graduate performance criteria to course and program design.
  • Blended learning support for active and open ended learning.

Courses

CH E 435 - Oilsands Engineering Design

Integration of chemical engineering practice, theory and economics into capital project proposal, sustainable design and evaluation. Course work requires team and project work. Prerequisites: CH E 445, 446, 464, and ENGG 404. Registration restricted to students in the Oil Sands Elective.

Winter Term 2021
CH E 464 - Chemical Engineering Design I

Engineering design concepts; cost estimation; project planning and scheduling; plant safety and hazards analysis; selected project design examples. Prerequisites: CH E 314, 345, 316 or 416, and ENG M 310 or 401. Corequisite: ENGG 404. Credit may not be obtained in this course if previous credit has been obtained for CH E 365.

Fall Term 2020 Winter Term 2021
CH E 465 - Chemical Engineering Design II

Integration of chemical engineering practice, theory and economics into capital project proposal, sustainable design and evaluation. Course work requires team and project work. Prerequisites: CH E 446, 464, and ENGG 404.

Winter Term 2021
CME 494 - Special Topics in Chemical and Materials Engineering

Treatment of selected chemical and materials engineering special topics of current interest to staff and students.

Fall Term 2020

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