Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada

The Royal Society of Canada recognizes merit and achievement by electing to its membership distinguished individuals from all branches of learning who have achieved distinction, both nationally and internationally, by publishing learned works or original research in the arts, humanities and sciences. Election to Fellowship in the Society is the highest academic accolade in Canada that is available to scientists and scholars.

  • Shiping Zhu (2014)
    Chemical Engineering
  • Robert Pelton (2011)
    Chemical Engineering
  • David Wilkinson (2009)
    Materials Science & Engineering
  • John MacGregor (2007)
    Chemical Engineering
  • Max Wong (2007)
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Jamal Deen (2006)
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • John Brash (2004)
    Chemical Engineering
  • Gyan Johari (1993)
    Materials Science & Engineering
  • David Parnas (1992)
    Computing & Software
  • Gary Purdy (1991)
    Materials Science & Engineering
  • J. David Embury (1991)
    Materials Science & Engineering
  • Alvin Hamielec (1987)
    Chemical Engineering
  • John Bandler (1986)
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Leslie Shemilt (1985)
    Chemical Engineering
  • Colin Campbell (1984)
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Simon Haykin (1980)
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Jack Kirkaldy (1975)
    Materials Science & Engineering