Founded in 2001, the Laboratoire d’étude de l’architecture potentielle (L.E.A.P. or Research Laboratory of Potential Architecture) is devoted to the theories and practices of contemporary architecture. L.e.a.p. considers architecture from the point of view of the project, in essence, the double point of view of the process of conception and the mediation of cultures.

Intersecting epistemological thinking, professional and educational issues, the research chair in architecture dedicated to the study of practices in the design of built environments, emphasising on the analysis of competitions, both across Canada and internationally.

The CISSC Urban Futures working group is geared towards facilitating dialogue and exchanges on research, creative, and pedagogical engagements with cities.

Shauna Jenson
Paul Holmquist

NSERC/Hydro Quebec Industrial Chair, CURC,
Director, NSERC Smart Net-zero Energy Buildings Strategic Research Network & Director,

Centre for Zero Energy Building Studies

Andreas Athienitis, Eng. PhD, FCAE
Bruno Lee, PhD, CEng MCIBSE, LEED AP

Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles (ENSA-V)

Paolo Amaldi
Philippe Potié
Annalisa Viati
Susanne Stacher
Catherine Bruant

John Molson School of Business, Executive MBA Program
Collaborative project with Invivo and Universite de Montreal Pharmaceutical.

Sandra Nichols

District 3 is an ecosystem at the heart of the Concordia University. Our mission is to bring people together, to create, transform, and innovate. It is a place where creative people, entrepreneurs, engineers and partners can meet and leverage each other’s skills and expertise. By bringing people together, we will accelerate the innovation process. We want to empower people by linking them to experienced coaches, mentors, entrepreneurs, and community members.

Xavier-Henri Hervé

Named after benefactor David O’Brien, Chairman of RBC and Encana, the David O’Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise (DOCSE) was inaugurated in November 2009. Paul Shrivastava, the Centre’s director, spearheads the Centre’s efforts to be the leader in developing business practices that support corporate social responsibility, environmental health and safety, environmental management, community, and greening activities.

Thomas Walker

Was established in 2001 as a trans-disciplinary atelier-laboratory for collaborative research creation. The TML’s technical research areas include: realtime video, sound synthesis, embedded sensors, gesture tracking, physical computing, media choreography, and active textiles. Its application areas lie in movement arts, speculative architecture, and experimental philosophy.

Michael Montenaro and Michael Jemtrud