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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.

Program Information

Undergraduate Training Program

ISS Undergraduate Tevy Chan presents his research poster. Photo by Adam Scotti

Undergraduates receive specialized training related to integrated sensors in the Summer semester, take part in a paid research project and other program events.

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ISS Surface & Materials Characterization Workshop - May 19 & 20, 2015

Location: Rm. 7130 Wong Building, 3610 University Street - Montreal

Main Instructor: Prof. Pierre-Luc Girard-Lauriault, Department of Chemical Engineering

Co-Instructors: Prof. Raynald Gauvin & Prof. Marta Cerruti, Department of Mining and Materials Engineering

Integrated Sensor Systems

Sensors are the means by which we learn about the world. Sensors are everywhere. They affect and incorporate many areas and disciplines:

MIAM Facilities

MIAM brings together diverse research facilities housed in various departments and faculties at McGill.

These include the Microfab-Nanotools Facility in the Rutherford Physics building and the Characterization Facility which has equipment in Otto-Maass (Chemistry), the Wong Building (Mining and Materials Engineering) as well as the McGill Cancer Center and several other locations.