Adjunct and Cross-Appointed Faculty

Steven Beale

Adjunct Professor

skype: stevenbeale

Steven Beale

Ryan Bicknell 

Assistant Professor
Department of Surgery, Queen's University

Tel: 613.549.6666 x. 6597

R. Bicknell

Laeeque Daneshmend

The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining, Queen's University

(613) 533-3294, Goodwin 353

Machine Design, Equipment Maintenance, Maintenance Management, Reliability Analysis, Systems Modelling, Simulation and Control, Mining Automation, Telerobotics

L. Daneshmend

Gabor Fichtinger

School of Computing, Queen's University


G. Fitchtinger

Mark Gallerneault, PEng, PhD.

Adjunct Professor
Director of Technology
Grafoid Global Technology Centre

Industrial R&D experience in the solidification processing & modeling of light metals – aluminum & magnesium and some metal matrix composites; Physical metallurgy of aluminum alloys particularly as it relates to microstructural development and strengthening mechanisms in sheet products; Scientific management.

M Gallerneault

A. Jeffrey Giacomin

Professor , Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Rheology
Department of Chemical Engineering, Queen's University

Dupuis Hall 314

Polymer rheology and polymer processing, plastics manufacturing, viscoelasticity, transport phenomena

Jeffrey Giacomin

Malcolm Griffiths, PhD

Adjunct Professor 

Research Interests include:

  • Radiation damage in nuclear reactor core materials and the development of improved materials to suit particular nuclear reactor applications.
  • Development of techniques and methods to quantitatively characterise material microstructures before and after irradiation using transmission electron microscopes and X-ray diffraction facilities.
  • Irradiation tests using electron, gamma, ion and neutron irradiation.
  • Modelling irradiation deformation and mechanical property changes.
Malcolm Griffiths

Brent Lievers, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Bharti School of Engineering, Laurentian University

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Joshua Marshall

Associate Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen's University


Dr. Marshall’s research focuses on field and service robotics, mobile robots, autonomous vehicles engineering, mechatronics and control systems and state estimation. 

Josh Marshall

Brant Peppley

Department of Chemical Engineering, Queen's University

Dupuis Hall 211

Fuel Cells, Heterogeneous Catalysis, Reaction Engineering, Hydrogen Production, Bio-Energy

Brant Peppley

David Pichora

Department of Surgery, Queen's University
President and CEO, Kingston Health Sciences Centre effective April 1st

613-549-6666 x 3395
Kingston General Hospital, Nickle 3

Research Interests:  Computer assisted surgery, Wrist and shoulder biomechanics, Kinematic studies of the rheumatoid wrist, 3D motion and imaging studies of the upper extremity, Clinical outcome studies in orthopaedic trauma

D. Pichora

Scott Selbie, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Professor
President, HAS-Motion, Inc.
Director of Reserach, C-Motion 

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Jessica Selinger, PhD

Assistant Professor
School of Kinesiology and Health Studies 

613-533-6000, ext. 78110
SKHS, 301M 

Human biomechanics, locomotion, sensorimotor control, assistive
robotic aids, wearable technologies

Professor Selinger

Jan Sneep

Adjunct Lecturer

(APSC 200/293, APSC 221, MECH 361, MECH 460/464, MECH 462)

McLaughlin Hall Room 323A
613-533-6000 ext: 79575

Jan Sneep

Diane Wowk

Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Royal Military College of Canada

613-541-6000 x6457 

Design methodology using finite element analysis, Simulation of impact events, Fatigue and crack growth, Structural analysis, Mechanical behaviour of nuclear fuel bundles

Xiaohua Wu

Xiaohua Wu

Professor, Canada Research Chair
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Royal Military College of Canada

613-541-6000 x6098

Fluid mechanics: boundary layer, pipe low, jet engine flow, subsonic and supersonic wake, missile flow and submarine flow.

Xiaohua Wu