Please note that the deadline to submit a graduate (PhD & Masters Students) application to the ISS training program is Friday, June 20th. For more information about the program requirements please click here and for applications - click here.
GSPC CREATE-ISS Sensors Summer School (May 1st: 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and May 2nd (9:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m) @ l'École Polytechnique de Montréal. For more information please click here.
Please note that the ISS workshops offerings and schedule for 2014 are now available. For relevant dates and registration information please click here
The ISS Undergraduate Training Program Research Projects
Project Proposals Due: Jan 6, 2014
The ISS Team would like to invite professors from any department or faculty at the universities of McGill, INRS, Ecole Polytechnique and Sherbrooke to submit a proposal for an undergraduate student research project for our professional and tec
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?
The CREATE-ISS Training Program is proud to present several informative talks by students of the ISS program on their experiences in research exchanges and company internships made possible by the ISS Travel Awards over the past year.
WHEN: next Wednesday, September 18th at 5:00pm
WHERE: on the McGill Campus (McConnell 603)
Several students from our partner universities will be presenting their experiences, results and recommendations for other students inte
Sensor technologies are often based on physical or chemical processes that occur at a surface/interface. The capacity to characterize and understand the surface properties of materials is therefore a critical success parameter for the development or refinement of a particular sensor application. The surface is an elusive entity defined by the first atomic layers of a material, which are generally different than those in the bulk material underneath.&nb
Their accomplished IP leaders will introduce the Canadian IP system and raise awareness of IP by introducing basic concepts such as
the importance and strategic use of IP;
Dr. Philip Roche, Post-Doc, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Microstructured polymer doped with gold nanorods:
The microstructure is formed by the conflicting forces of adhesion and cohesion that occur between the polymer, the stamp and the substrate.