CMC Annual Symposium Awards

CMC Microsystems is proud to join Canada's microsystems community in recognizing excellence in microsystems research, development and innovation.

Dr. Neil Sarkar receives the Colton Award

The Douglas R. Colton Medal for Research Excellence

The Douglas R. Colton Medal for Research Excellence recognizes excellence in research leading to new understanding and novel developments in microsystems and related technologies.

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Adnane Kara accepts the Brian L. Barge Award

The Brian L. Barge Award for Excellence in Microsystems Integration

The Brian L. Barge Award for Excellence in Microsystems Integration is made to the competitor who demonstrates the most effective multi-technology and/or multi-disciplinary microsystems project.

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Faez Ba Tis receives the Huawei Microsystems Design Award

The Huawei Microsystems Design Award

Formerly The MEMSCAP Microsystems Design Award

The Huawei Microsystems Design Award is made to the competitor who demonstrates the most novel and industrially relevant research results in the following areas of microsystems: MEMS, microfluidics, materials research and system-related developments that include research in these areas.  

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Zhanjun Bai accepts the SMC Industrial Collaboration Award

The Strategic Microelectronics Council (SMC)

The Strategic Microelectronics Council (SMC) of ITAC provides an Industrial Collaboration Award that is focused on research activity arising from university-industry collaboration which has produced substantive results with commercial potential.

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Alireza Parsafar and Abdallah El-Falou accept the Teledyne DALSA Componentware/CAD Award

Teledyne DALSA Award

This Teledyne DALSA Corporation Award is open to graduate degree students of a Canadian university. Competitors can apply in one of two categories, Componentware or CAD.

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