August 28, 2019
CMC Microsystems is pleased to welcome Nipissing University to its national network of micro-nano innovator institutions, increasing CMC’s member network to 60 universities and colleges across Canada.
Membership gives innovators at Nipissing access to CMC’s extensive offering of industrial-grade products and services for designing, making and testing the hardware innovations that are essential to tomorrow’s advanced technologies and products. These resources also help students gain the advanced R&D skills that companies need to compete.
“In science and technology, our faculty are conducting internationally recognized research in IT, computer science and computational physics, as well as in nanophotonics and its applied fields of nanotechnology, nanomedicine, artificial neural networks, and more,” says Dr. Mike DeGagné, President and Vice-Chancellor at Nipissing. “These tools are essential to increasing learning opportunities for our students and enhancing our interdisciplinary collaborations between our university and industry.”
“From advanced computation and visual analytics to plasmonics, Nipissing’s researchers are exploring promising new technologies with applications across multiple disciplines,” says Gord Harling, President and CEO of CMC Microsystems. “They are a valuable addition to Canada’s National Design Network.”
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About CMC Microsystems and Canada’s National Design Network
CMC Microsystems works with researchers and industry across Canada’s National Design Network, providing access to world-class tools, technologies, expertise and industrial capabilities for designing, prototyping and manufacturing innovations in microsystems and nanotechnologies. CMC reduces barriers to technology adoption by creating and sharing platform technologies.
About Nipissing University
Nipissing University is a public university located in North Bay, Ontario, overlooking Lake Nipissing. This regional university has a long history within the city that extends back to initial preparations for establishing a university in North Bay in 1947. The University’s programs have evolved and expanded to include innovative new undergraduate programs, professional certificates and designations, and a range of master and PhD programs.