CMC Microsystems Response to COVID-19

Lowering Barriers to Technology Adoption

Lowering Barriers to Technology Adoption:

CMC helps researchers and industry across Canada’s National Design Network® develop innovations in microsystems and nanotechnologies.

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LAB

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Success Stories

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On the Road to Success

Prof. Ebrahim Ghafar-Zadeh and his team are on the cusp of changing how we test for COVID-19. They are using cutting edge technologies in machine learning and microsystems to develop the simplest, most efficient test possible.

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Pandemic sparks game-changing approach to hardware training

Long before the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered research labs around the world, University of Notre Dame’s Matthew Morrison was thinking about a different kind of threat: the looming limits of Moore’s Law, which pose critical problems for the development of more powerful, ever-smarter computer hardware.

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Quantum computing at your fingertips.

Register for the Gated-based Quantum Computing Workshop January 2021

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JAN 18 — FEB 4, 2021

Gate-based Quantum
Computing Using IBM Q

Virtual Workshop

Quantum Computing at your fingertips:

Elevate your expertise to seize tomorrow’s opportunities

CMC Planned Service Disruption

Thursday, August 6
8 am to 9 am EDT

CMC is making improvements to infrastructure that will potentially affect connectivity to CMC managed license servers.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.

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