Calgary Centre for Innovative Technology

Address: 50 Collegiate Place NW
Building abbreviation: CCIT
Building number: 57

Students in the bioengineering specialization develop interdisciplinary skills in biomedical and bio-systems engineering. They apply the basic tenets of engineering - analysis and synthesis - to improve human and animal health, developing technologies that exist at the interface of medicine/biology and engineering.

Dr. Elena Di Martino, PhD

Director, Centre for Bioengineering Research and Education

What's inside?


Mobile Multi-Sensor Systems Research Team

Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program

BioMEMS and Bioinspired Microfluidic Laboratory

Centre for Advanced Polymers and NAnotechnology

Reservoir Simulation Research Group

CMG Collaboration Centre

iCentre for Simulation and Visualization

CCIT

Building Construction

Completion Date

2002

Main Contractor

Ellis Don

Lead Consultants

Architect: Dialog Calgary 
Structural: Stantec
Mechanical: Earth Tech
Electrical: Earth Tech