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Undergraduate Applications for the 2013 Integrated Sensor Systems Training Program DUE

15Feb2013
Adams Building Room 6C, 3450 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E8, CA

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.

Check now for this year's ISS Undergraduate Projects!

3Jan201316:51
Adams Building Room 6C, 3450 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E8, CA
McGill, Ecole Polytechnique, INRS, U de Sherbrooke

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 Undergr

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.

For more details, click here

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

Current Projects by ISS Program Students

2010 ISS Graduate Orientation

 

PhD Projects

A Point of Care Device for Enrichment of Circulating Tumour Cells

Katherine Turner, Biomedical Engineering, McGill University, 2014

Supervisor: Dr. David Juncker, Department of Biomedical Engineering

The ISS Sensor System Integration Hands-on Workshop - May 21 & 22, 2015

The NSERC CREATE Training Program in Integrated Sensor Systems is pleased to announce the third hands-on workshop on the integration of sensor systems to be held at McGill University.

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:

About Us

In this training program we have brought together team from four Montreal-region universities (McGill University, Ecole Polytechnique, INRS and Université de Sherbrooke) who already have a history of strong research collaboration to operate a carefully designed training program to develop the next generation of Canadian experts in integrated sensor systems.

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Please send any questions or comments about the website or about the Integrated Sensor Systems Training Program and application process to:

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