Civil and Environmental Engineering Computing Committee CEECC

Civil and Environmental Engineering Computing Committee (CEECC)

Terms of reference


The CEECC serves as an advisory committee for information technology (IT) within civil and environmental (CEE) on matters dealing with IT services for students, staff, and faculty. IT services include all IT resources required for CEE teaching, administration, and research. CEECC reports to the department chair.

Specific objectives:

1. Provide a forum for effective dialogue with relation to how IT services are provided within the department.

2. Review IT services, resources, policies, and best practices used by the department.

3. Assess and recommend changes or addition to the services, policies, and best practices for the future.

4. Report the reviews and recommendations of CEECC to the chair and department.

Committee membership


Number of representatives

IT staff (committee chair)

Image of Kevininformation technology manager

Kevin Rampersad


Phone: 519-888-4567 x33674

Location: E2 2341B

Group(s): staff→technical staff

Engineering computing committee member

Image of StefanoP. Eng., research assistant professor

Stefano Normani


Phone: 519-888-4567 x35264

Location: E2 3317

                      Link to Personal Website or CV:…

Group(s): discipline→environmental and water resources; faculty→faculty

Administrative/technical staff

P.Eng., technical resources manager

Victor Lewis


Phone: 519-888-4567 x30485

Location: E2 2330

Group(s): staff→technical staff


Image of AndreaLecturer

Andrea Atkins


Phone: 519-888-4567 X: 35803

Location: CPH 3611E

Group(s): discipline→structures, construction, and mechanics; faculty→faculty


Image of JohnP.Eng., assistant professor

John Quilty


Phone: 519-888-4567 x36017

Location: E2 3322

Group(s): discipline→environmental and water resources; faculty→faculty

Graduate student members at large

Invited as needed

Undergraduate student members at large

Invited as needed

Members are expected to have the authority and responsibility to act on behalf of the constituent groups they represent and to involve those constituents to ensure effective communication and representation within CEEC. Members are also expected to take a broad and inclusive perspective for both their constituent group and the department of CEE as a whole. Members are expected to liaise with other individuals and groups to bring broader perspectives where doing so can better inform the deliberations of the committee. Members at large do not speak for a specific group but are asked are to provide a broad user perspective.

Minutes of this committee are accessible to CEE faculty and staff on the department SharePoint site.