The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering was founded in 1970 in order to form a single organization - with a clear national identity - for Canadian mechanical engineers. It is the first constituent society of the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) and is associated with its American and British counterparts: the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (I.Mech.E.).
At the local and regional levels, the CSME provides a wide range of activities for mechanical engineers with common fields of interest; these activities, which include social as well as technical occasions, are generally in the form of meetings, lectures, seminars, plant tours, etc. Other channels of communication are through the CSME Bulletin and CSME Transactions.
As a fourth year Mechanical Engineering student, Aamir aspires to work in the manufacturing industry. As President, Aamir hopes to ensure that past traditions are followed, while creating more events and opportunities for students to grow and become better professionals. Armed with a strong and diverse team of Executives and Directors, he hopes to build the best CSME chapter yet!
Moumita is currently a third year Mechanical Engineering student specializing in mechatronics . Currently, she is avidly involved in improving the university experience for the mechanical engineering student community here at Ryerson. This is her second year as an executive member at CSME Ryerson Chapter. This 2015-2016 school year she is VP-Operations, previously she held the position of Director of external Affairs. For the coming year she will continue to be an active member of this cohort and maintain CSME prominence in the engineering community.
Nazmus is a 3rd Year Mechanical Engineering student, who hopes to instigate and maintain long term relationship with CSME Ryerson's external and internal partners through collaboration. His vision for CSME Ryerson is to engage with the engineering community at Ryerson and extend CSME's reputation by getting the student body excited with exclusive events, such as: professional development conferences, plant tours, engineering competition, certification programs etc.
Hey Everyone! I’m Donalee and I’m the VP Finance for CSME. I’m in third year of Mechanical Engineering who would like for every engineering student to get all the opportunities they need to grow as to be successful in the profession. CSME is here to help make the bridge from student to professional as smooth as possible! I’m real glad to be able to work with such a great team this year to bring the best year we can!
Ali is a 3rd year mechatronics engineering student and CSME Ryerson’s Director of Web Development for this the 2015-16 academic year. As part of CSME Ryerson executive team, he hopes to use his spare time to contribute to the professional development of engineering students by helping CSME organize and host events catered towards the advancement of the engineering profession.
Hamza, a 4th year Mechanical Engineering student minoring in Mathematics along the way. Certified sleepaholic. Batting cages when I'm bored. Go Blue Jays.
Noor is a third year Industrial engineer minoring in Optional Specialization in Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship (OSEIE). With a passion for meeting people and experiencing new things, she is involved in creating a fun educational community for the engineers of Ryerson! Noor has a great sense of humor and is open to new ideas that come her way. If they involve travelling then that’s even better! .
I am a final year Mechanical Engineering student, pursuing the design and manufacturing stream. I was born in Canada, but grew up in Indonesia. Off campus, I enjoy filmmaking, soccer, and traveling, with England and Scotland as the last trips I took in 2015. .
3rd year Mechanical (Mechatronics) Engineering. I love photography. Already crossed off skydiving from my bucket list. Love watching and playing tennis when I can.