École de technologie supérieure
|Motto||Le génie pour l'industrie|
Motto in English
|Engineering for industry|
|Location||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Colours||black & Maroon|
|Affiliations||UACC, CIS, CEAB, QSSF, CBIE, CUP.|
Founded in 1974, the École de technologie supérieure is part of the Université du Québec system. Specialized in applied teaching in engineering and technology transfer to companies, it teaches engineers and researchers who are recognized for their practical and innovative approach.
In any given year, 25% of all engineers receiving a diploma from an engineering school or faculty in the province of Quebec graduate from the ÉTS. Hence, it is ranked first in Quebec and fourth in Canada for the total number of engineering diplomas awarded annually.
The main address of ÉTS is 1100 Notre-Dame Street West in Montreal's Griffintown neighbourhood, the site of a former O'Keefe Brewery, which was transformed to house the school. It has four buildings devoted to education programs and research activities (and another is planned for opening in 2019).
The school features cooperative education in all of its undergraduate programs. The bachelor's programs have all been accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). Each year, the ETS graduates the largest number of engineers in Quebec and third largest in Canada. Students can choose to specialize in the following disciplines: Construction Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology Engineering, Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering It also offers multiple master's degree programs and a doctorate in engineering. International students at the masters and doctorate levels are mostly coming from Latin America, Europe, North Africa, Eastern Europe, and Iran. The main research fields are energy, environment, manufacturing and fabrication, health technologies, entreprises systems, IT, micro-electronics and telecommunications, aerospace manufacturing and avionics, project management, innovation management and many more.
Student Technical Clubs
The ETS student-run technical clubs participate in international competitions. The world's fastest human powered submarine, Omer, was developed by one such club. An autonomous underwater vehicle named S.O.N.I.A., an unmanned aerial vehicle Dronolab, a walking robot, Eclipse solar-powered car, Chinook the world champion wind powered vehicle and many others have won countless prizes in international competitions over the years. The school also houses a concrete canoe club, the reigning Canadian champions three years running.
- Higher education in Quebec
- List of universities in Quebec
- Canadian Interuniversity Sport
- Canadian government scientific research organizations
- Canadian university scientific research organizations
- Canadian industrial research and development organizations
- "L'ÉTS en quelques chiffres" (in French). L'École de technologie supérieure. Retrieved 20 July 2017.
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Projects developed by undergraduates
- Walking Machine Autonomous multifunction robot
- SONIA AUV Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
- Capra Autonomous Ground Vehicle
- Dronolab Autonomous Quadcopter
- Formula SAE Race Car
- Lan ETS Lan party
- Concrete Canoe Concrete Canoe
- Chinook wind powered vehicle
- RockETS High power Rocketry
- A.C.E. - Avion-Cargo ÉTS Remote control cargo airplane
- Omer submarine Human-powered submarine
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