Marc A. Rosen (Canada)


Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Oshawa, Canada, where he served as founding Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science from 2002 to 2008.


Dr. Rosen was President of the Engineering Institute of Canada from 2008 to 2010, and President of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering from 2002 to 2004.

He is a registered Professional Engineer in Ontario, and has served in many professional capacities, e.g., as a member of the Board of Directors of Oshawa Power and Utilities Corporation.

With over 70 research grants and contracts and 600 technical publications, Dr. Rosen is an active teacher and researcher in thermodynamics, energy technology (including cogeneration, trigeneration, district energy, thermal storage, renewable energy, and hydrogen technologies), sustainable energy and the environmental impact of energy and industrial systems.

Key Achievements:
-    Thermal Sustainability and Environmental Impacts of Low-temperature Geothermal Energy Systems on Groundwater and Surface Water Resources in Ontario
-    Enhancing Regional Energy Analysis Modelling with Exergy
-    Sustainability of Options in Integrated Power Supply Plan for Ontario
-    Development and Comparison of Measures for Allocating Emissions from Energy Systems

Awards:
-    Award of Excellence in Research and Technology Development from the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy;
-    the Engineering Institute of Canada's Smith Medal for achievement in the development of Canada;
-    the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering's Angus Medal for outstanding contributions to the management and practice of mechanical engineering;
-    a distinguished scholar award from Ryerson University and a Mid-Career Award from University of Toronto.