|Martin Tango, PhD PEng Assistant Professor
School of Engineering Acadia University
27 University Avenue
|Education:||BSc (Eng), Mechical
Engineering, Univ of DSM MSc (Eng), Engineering Design, Univ. of DSM PhD in
Biological Engineering, Dalhousie Univ.
|Teaching:||Regularly teach the following
courses: APSC 2113 Engineering thermodynamics APSC 2123 Fluid Mechanics APSC
3213 Industrial Chemistry APSC 1133 Strength of Materials APSC 3413
Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering Dr. Tango often explores emerging
strategies that improve engagement and better knowledge delivery to students.
In the past, he has regularly taught a graduate level course on Biological
Methods for Wastes Treatment at Faculty of Engineering, Dalhousie University.
|Research:||Dr. Tango's research
interests and active engagement include undertaking applied scientific
knowledge to develop technological processes. He has keen interest in
collaborative research opportunities between University-industry as well as
community outreach programmes.
Dr. Tango's research is related to:
|Collaboration:||Dr. Tango often works closely
with fellow researchers in Faculty of Science.
He has worked with faculty members in School of Engineering, School of Computer Science, Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics and Earth and Environmental Science
|Full member of Engineers Nova Scotia; University member- Arthur Irving Academy of the Environment; Environmental Services Association of Nova Scotia (ESANS), Nova Scotia Environmental Network (NSEN) and Greening in Environment.|