We are pleased to announce an extension of the application period for the NSERC-CREATE Masters and PhD Training Programs in Integrated Sensor Systems (ISS). Applications for Fall 2013 AND Winter 2014 training, awards and award extensions must be submitted in full by May 26th, 2013.
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The NSERC CREATE Training Program in Integrated Sensor Systems is pleased to announce the second hands-on workshop on the integration of sensor systems to be held at McGill University on May 13th & May 14th, 2013.
The 2 day workshop will be taught by Professor Zeljko Zilic, of the McGill department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and will aim to introduce and expand on how to design and integrate multiple sensors into a functioning system.
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The ISS Training Program would like to congratulate the winners of the 2013 Photo contest, held at Thompson House last Thursday March 7th after the very successful Bringing Your Sensor Technology to Market speaker session.
We would also like to thank the many other excellent entries. It was a close race!
The ISS Program is pleased to announce that the “Soft Lithography” workshop: Hands-on Workshop in Micro and Nanobiotechnology will be offered this year! This workshop will be held the week of March 4 and has a variable schedule to allow you to best organize your time:
The Micro and Nanobioengineering Group at McGill is offering its annual Hands-on Workshop in Micro and Nanobiotechnology, for scientists and engineers from any discipline who would like
Undergraduate students at McGill, U de Sherbrooke, Polytechnique and INRS intersted in sensors: The final day to submit your application for the Summer 2013 ISS Training Program is February 15, 2013.
Undergraduates in the ISS Training Program receive specialized training related to integrated sensors, take part in a paid summer research project and other program events.
For more information please visit the ISS Website.
Projects available for interested students will be posted on the ISS website on January 18, 2013. Students with at least one year completed at any of the 4 participating universities may apply to these projects and to be a part of the ISS Undergraduate Training Program.
For more details please visit the ISS Website.