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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 Seminar 1

Adams Building Room 5, 3450 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E8, CA

Environmental Applications and Implications of Engineered Nanoparticles by Prof. Subhosis Ghoshal of McGill University’s Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics

Current Projects by ISS Program Students

2010 ISS Graduate Orientation


PhD Projects

Energy recovery in thermoelectric systems optimized by microfluidics

Francois Rozieres, Mechanical Engineering, Sherbrooke University, 2015


The McGill Nanotools Microfab laboratory is a fee-based open access facility. We welcome all research and development initiatives related to nano and microfabrication. Our services and competencies range from basic fabrication services to multistep processes.

MIAM Microfabrication and Characterization Facility

The MIAM Microfabrication and Characterization Facility comprises of major tools for the development of both chemical and biological functionalization processes, and the investigation of quantum engineering, the interactions of light with micro and nano structures and the mechanical behavior of multi-functional micro and nano structures. With these tools, MIAM aims to help address some of the most pressing problems in materials science and engineering at the nanoscale, such as:

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.