CMC Microsystems' corporate members include post-secondary educational institutions from across Canada, and a wide range of companies, and in some cases individuals, who are involved in the development and application of microsystems and related technologies.
Membership in CMC Microsystems enables access to products and services for research and education in microsystems technologies. Through their member representatives, all these organizations are able to actively participate in setting CMC’s strategic direction. CMC's Board of Directors is drawn from both the university and industrial communities, as are the various technical committees and working groups that advise CMC Microsystems on ongoing and potential initiatives.
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.
A company with a strong and demonstrated interest in, and commitment of resources to, microsystems and related activities in Canada is eligible to become a member of CMC Microsystems.
Other Individuals & Organizations
Other institutions, organizations or individuals with a strong and demonstrated interest in, and commitment of resources to, microsystems and related activities in Canada are eligible for membership in CMC Microsystems.