Post-Secondary Institutions

Post-secondary educational institutions may become a member of CMC Microsystems if it is located in Canada and principally funded by governments within Canada, whether federal or provincial or municipal or any combination of the same.

Post-Secondary Educational Members

  Post-Secondary Institution CMC Microsystems Member Representative Institutional Member Since  
1 Acadia University Elhadi Shakshuki 1996
Algoma University
George Townsend
Assiniboine Community College  Grant Nicol  2011
Cape Breton University  Helen Xia
Carleton University* ♦  Leonard MacEachern  1984
Cégep de l'Outaouais  Benhsaien Abdessamad  2018 
Cégep Trois-Rivières
André Pouliot
Centennial College  Purnima Tyagi 2012
Collège Lionel-Groulx ♦  Gilles Deschênes 2014
10  Concordia University* ♦
Sofiène Tahar  1985
11  Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning                    Alex Tugulea 2013
12 Dalhousie University* ♦
Ezz El-Masry  1984 
13  École de Technologie Supérieure* ♦  Frédéric Nabki 1994 
14 Georgian College  Mira Ray  2018 
15  Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) José Azaña  1999 
16  Lakehead University ♦  Yushi Zhou 1984 
17 Laurentian University  Brahim Chebbi  1998 
18  McGill University* ♦  Sharmistha Bhadra 1984 
19  McMaster University* ♦  Nicola Nicolici  1988 
20 Memorial University of Newfoundland* ♦  Lihong Zhang  1984 
21 Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology  Esteve Hassan  2018 
22  Nipissing University   TBD  2019 
23 Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) James Gospodyn  2011 
24  Ontario Tech University  Namdar Saniei  2009 
25  Polytechnique Montréal* ♦  Yvon Savaria 1984
26  Queen's University* ♦  Carlos Saavedra 1984 
27  Royal Military College of Canada* ♦  Rachid Beguenane  1987 
28  Ryerson University* ♦
Fei Yuan  1998 
29 St. Lawrence College/Collège Saint-Laurent  Shannon Clagget 2000 
30 Saint Mary's University  Jason Rhinelander 2013 
31  Simon Fraser University Michael Adachi 1984 
32  Trent University   Aaron Slepkov  2016
33  Université de Montréal TBD  1984 
34  Université de Moncton  Gabriel Cormier  2013 
35  Université d'Ottawa* ♦  Miodrag Bolic  1985 
36 Université de Sherbrooke* ♦  Réjean Fontaine  1984 
37  Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT) Mourad Nedil   2011 
38  Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC) Hung Tien Bui  1991 
39  Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)* ♦  Mounir Boukadoum 1988 
40  Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO)* ♦  Ahmed Lakhssassi  1999 
41 Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR)* ♦  Chan-Wang Park  1999 
42 Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR)* ♦  Adam Skorek 1995 
43  Université Laval* ♦  Benoit Gosselin  1984 
44 University of Alberta* ♦
Kambiz Moez  1984
45 University of British Columbia* ♦
Edmond Cretu 1984
46 University of Calgary* ♦
Leonid Belostotski 1984
47 University of Guelph*
Stefano Gregori 1992
48 University of Lethbridge* ♦
Locke Spencer 2002
49 University of Manitoba* ♦
Douglas Buchanan 1984
50 University of New Brunswick* ♦
Kenneth Kent 1984
51  University of Northern British Columbia  TBD  2018 
52 University of Regina Lei Zhang 1985
53 University of Saskatchewan* Li Chen 1984
54 University of Toronto* ♦
Roman Genov 1984
55 University of Victoria* ♦
Mihai Sima 1984
56 University of Waterloo* ♦
David Nairn 1984
57  University of Windsor* ♦  Sazzadur Chowdhury  1985 
58 Western University* ♦   Jayshri Sabarinathan   1984 
59 Wilfrid Laurier University* Shaowen Song 2003
60 York University* ♦
Sebastian Magierowski 2001

* The institution has signed the Inter-Institutional Agreement for CFI project #20314 “Embedded Systems Canada(emSYSCAN) and is a participating institution in this national project. This enables faculty, graduate student, and university staff with access to the project's research infrastructure. The access may be made by using locally installed equipment, by visiting host laboratories of the project, and by network access to remotely situated equipment such as computer-aided design tools and development systems.

♦ Indicates an institution participating in the ADEPT project, CFI #33513, “Platform for Advanced Design Leading to Manufacturing in Micro-Nano Technologies”.   Faculty, graduate students, and university staff will have access to the project's research infrastructure when available in 2016.

Criteria For Membership

A post-secondary institution of learning may become a member of CMC Microsystems if it is located in Canada and principally funded by governments within Canada, whether federal or provincial or municipal or any combination of the same.

Post-secondary institutions will have a demonstrated interest in furthering research and development within the post-secondary or industrial communities and will be interested in fostering interaction in the area of microsystems research, technology and training.

Specific areas of involvement will be in one or more of the following:

  • Design, fabrication, testing or application including one or more of the following:
      • Microelectronics, MEMS, microfluidics, optoelectronics, embedded systems or system automation
      • Assembly and or support of microsystems research teams

    A post-secondary institution of learning will ideally be involved in sustained research or development or design activity related to microelectronics in Canada, with a significant amount of Canadian content.

    For additional information on membership, please contact:

    Nancy A. Marlow, Director of Finance and Human Resources, CMC Microsystems: 613.530.4652;

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