Engage India: Association of Professors
Engage India: Association of Professors
Engage India: Association of Professors
Engage India: Association of Professors
Enhancing academic exchange between Canada and India
Engage India: Association of Professors
Engage India: Association of Professors
Enhancing academic exchange between Canada and India
Engage India: Association of Professors
Engage India: Association of Professors
Enhancing Academic Exchange Between Canada and India
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OUR TEAM

EIAP is currently led by the following Executive Steering Committee members:
Amit Kumar, PhD, PEng

Amit Kumar, PhD, PEng

President
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering; Canada Research Chair in Assessment of Energy Systems (Tier-1); Cenovus Energy Endowed Chair in Environmental Engineering; Deputy Director - Future Energy Systems
Vikas Mehrotra, PhD

Vikas Mehrotra, PhD

Executive Steering Committee Member
Dean, Alberta School of Business
Sunita Vohra, MSc, FRCPC, MD

Sunita Vohra, MSc, FRCPC, MD

Executive Steering Committee Member
Centennial Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Dominik Wujastyk, DPhil, MA, BSc

Dominik Wujastyk, DPhil, MA, BSc

Executive Steering Committee Member
Professor & Singhmar Chair in Classical Indian Society and Polity Arts, Department of History and Classics
Peter Carter

Peter Carter

Secretary
Senior International Relations Coordinator, U of A International; Secretary, President's India Advisory Council

INDIAN PARTNERS

The University of Alberta has a wide range of academic, industry and government partners in India. Below are some of our priority partners in the region.

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COMMENTS FROM U OF A LEADERSHIP

The University of Alberta values our strong connection with India, particularly the opportunities for collaboration and partnership. Addressing the world’s most pressing problems including food security, energy transition, new energy solutions and climate change mitigation, requires a sharing of innovation and ideas from around the world. Our collaborations with India, with a strong research focus, will help in the efforts to secure a sustainable future for the planet.
Prof. Bill Flanagan

Prof. Bill Flanagan

President and Vice-Chancellor

From advancing joint work and exchanging innovative ideas to sharing top academic talent, the University of Alberta has long enjoyed cooperative relationships with researchers and innovators in India. Collaboration is essential for scientific, technological and societal advancement, and we look forward to continuing to grow our connections with India's research and innovation community. Together, we're laying the groundwork to undertake the greatest challenges facing the world today in areas like climate change mitigation and energy transition to food security and sustainability.
Dr. Aminah Robinson Fayek

Dr. Aminah Robinson Fayek

Vice-President (Research and Innovation)

The University of Alberta views our relationship with India as a key one, and high priority in achieving innovative solutions to global issues such as the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. We are proud that many students and scholars from India have chosen U of A as their destination to study and work, enriching the academic and cultural diversity of our institution.
Dr. Cen Huang

Dr. Cen Huang

Vice-Provost and AVP (International)

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Active agreements with partners in India, including 5 Joint Doctoral Degree Programs

1750

Indian students on campus with Study Permits or Permanent Residence

60

Academic staff with degrees from India across 10 Faculties

1240

Joint research publications with Indian institutions [InCites: ≤12 Authors per publication]

Latest News

Keep up to date with the latest news on UAlberta-India relations.

University of Alberta and Indian Council for Cultural Relations Sign Agreement to Establish Chair of Indian Studies

The University of Alberta and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) have partnered to create a new Chair of […]

International Online Lecture Series (Jan 20 – April 28, 2021)

The National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS) will be holding an international online lecture series on “Sanskrit Language and Its […]

An Ancient Pandemic Story

EIAP Executive Steering Committee Member, Prof. Dominik Wujastyk, was recently interviewed for the Bangalore-based Scrolls & Leaves podcast series and […]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR MOBILITY AND RESEARCH ARE AVAILABLE

Partner Organizations