CMC Microsystems recently ran a cover story about the spin-off company coming out of Prof. Vamsy Chodavarapu's Sensor Microsystems Laboratory. Sharp Microsystems is working to develop key biological sensing technologies which should help with saving lives and injured limbs.
For the full story: http://www.cmc.ca/en/AboutCMC/SuccessStories/Bio/SensorsSavingLives.aspx
The NSERC-CREATE Integrated Sensors Systems Training Program is proud to announce the first of our monthly Sensors Seminars.
This year we will be including both professor and student presentations.
The ISS Program is pleased to announce a new option in our suite of professional skills workshops from our partner the McGill SKILLSETS Program:
Human Biomedical Research Ethics: Guiding You in the Right Direction
Are you new to the research environment? Contemplating conducting a biomedical study on humans?
Bringing Your Technology to Market
Theme : Bringing Sensor Technology to Market
More information to come soon!
- Process of introducing a new device in the market
- Introduction of basic concepts regarding the process
- Description of successful case
Invited speakers from industry and universities
Student photo exhibition and competition
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L’Atelier scientifique sur les composants et microsystèmes: évolution des techniques de packaging et d’interconnexion.
The ISS Program would like to announce a special 1-day workshop on Device Packaging to be presented Wednesday January 30, 2013 in collaboration with Le laboratoire Nanotechnologies Nanosystèmes (LN2), Le Centre de Collaboration MiQro Innovation (C2MI) and NanoQuébec.
“L’Atelier scientifique sur les composants et microsystèmes: évolution des techniques de packaging et d’interconnexion” will be presented at the C2MI in Bromont, QC from 8:30
Environmental Applications and Implications of Engineered Nanoparticles by Prof. Subhosis Ghoshal of McGill University’s Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
And another speaker and topic to be announced shortly.