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Now Accepting Projects for Undergraduate Research Projects

Wed, 2013-12-04 13:20

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

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Contact: Rowena Franklin
Organization: CREATE- ISS
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Office Phone: 514-398-8718
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CREATE-ISS Travel Award Presentations

Wed, 2013-09-18 17:05 - 17:55
McConnell Engineering Building : Room 603 (6th Floor), 3480 rue University Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 0E9
Price: 0

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

Contact Information

Contact: Rowena Franklin, Ms.
Organization: MIAM
Email:
Office Phone: 514-398-8718
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Source Site: /miam

The ISS PhD Training Program

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PhD students accepted into the Integrated Sensor System Training Program are working on an existing multidisciplinary and collaborative research project on integrated sensor system development at one of the four participating universities.

The ISS Training Program for Undergraduate Students: Program Details

Undergraduates accepted into the Integrated Sensor Systems Training Program:

Participate in a 16 week funded research project on integrated sensor development at one of the four participating universities and participate in a number of special training activities intended to introduce and expand their understanding of the scintillating world of integrated sensor systems research.

The ISS Undergraduate Program requires one full time semester to complete.

The ISS Masters Training Program

This page is currently being revised.  Some details may change before the next application period.

Masters students accepted into the Integrated Sensor System Training Program are working on an existing multidisciplinary and collaborative research project on integrated sensor system development at one of the four participating universities.