At Seneca, we shape the future!
As part of Polytechnique’s Design and Risk Analysis course, Raymond Simoneau, Eng., P.Eng., MBA, assists students in developing an industrial process. Through regular meetings, the students are challenged and get constructive feedback at every step. They are able to progress while finding solutions to the different problems of industrial process development. They receive practical advice from experts to guide and help them understand the various challenges associated with developing an industrial process. Resulting from these exchanges is a report of a real project, which includes CAPEX and OPEX estimates, descriptions of the different unit operations, design, and risk assessment.
By shaping tomorrow’s workforce, Seneca gives the students a glimpse into the day-to-day life of a consulting firm. By identifying the issues to which they have to find creative solutions, the students become part of a motivated team carrying out the most ambitious and innovative projects.
- The first lithium-ion battery recycling project in Quebec receives $3.8 million in funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada
- Le premier projet de recyclage de batteries lithium-ion au Québec reçoit l’appui de TDDC et un financement de 3,8 M $
- Présentation d'un projet innovateur de valorisation de biogaz à la 15e conférence Biogaz et bioénergie de l'APCAS