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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.

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.

ISS Winter Networking Event- Bringing Your Technology to Market: Devices and Systems

Thomson House 3650 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 1Y2, CA

Bringing Your Technology to Market

Theme : Bringing Sensor Technology to Market

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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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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.

ISS Training Program Network Members

ISS Program Members

Dr. Andrew G. Kirk

ISS Program Director
McGill Institute for Advanced Materials (MIAM); William Dawson Scholar and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Education
E-mail: andrew [dot] kirk [at] mcgill [dot] ca