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Congratulations ISS GSPC Photo Event Contest Winners 2015

The ISS Training Program would like to congratulate the winners of the NSERC CREATE – ISS Winter Networking Event 2015 Photo contest, held at Thompson House on March 19th after the very successful Sensors, From Lab to Life speaker sessions.

 

Category 1: Research Project

 

First Prize: Paresa Modarres, Biomedical Engineering, McGill University

Second Prize: Tahereh Ahmadi Tameh, Electrical Engineering, Polytechnique

Published: 14Apr2015

Graduate Application Process

1. For New Applicants

Please read the Evaluation Guide and Program Guide  for information on the acceptance and funding evaluation criteria.

New Applicants should complete the appropriate application form (right), including all appropriate signatures, attach their curriculum vitae (CV) and scanned readable copies of university transcripts and submit by email to administrator-MIAM [dot] engineering [at] mcgill [dot] ca by the application deadline. 

The ISS PhD Training Program

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. They have a strong interest in developing additional experience and skills to support this research and to develop a career in manufacturing, research and development and/or academia.

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. They have a strong interest in developing additional experience and skills to support this research and to develop a career in manufacturing, research and development and/or academia.