Making security systems smarter

It was Dr. Janice Singer, an IRAP-Industry Technology Advisor, who awarded Rafael the 1st prize in the poster competition and saw the great potential in Rafael’s and Larus' mutual interest in wireless sensors and robot networks.

Kick-starting a career in Southern Ontario through Mitacs Enterprise

After finishing a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology from Sheridan College, Gurpreet was keen to put his skills and education to use. However, with limited job experience, landing a full-time position proved difficult. After learning about Mitacs Enterprise, Gurpreet partnered with Mississauga-based Avnan Electro, a global supplier of electrical components. The six-month internship was instrumental in providing him with the industry connections and experience he was looking for.

A Canadian science adventure

The third-year electronics and communications engineering student from the Indian School of Mines will be contributing to more energy efficient heating and air conditioning systems in commercial buildings. The goal of this Mitacs Globalink project will be to implement a wireless sensor network of devices which will communicate with each other to monitor environment conditions such as temperature and pressure, turning on or going to sleep on-command.

AllerGen boosts annual trainee event with Mitacs Step workshop

AllerGen’s 50+ trainees learned how to refresh, build and make the most of their existing networks at the Mitacs Step workshop.

Landing a dream job through Mitacs-Accelerate

For the last year and a half, Side Effects Software had been developing a web-based marketplace for highly-customizable 3D content. Similar to Apple’s App Store or Android’s Market, the company’s Orbolt™ Smart Asset Store is an application marketplace where digital artists can purchase smart 3D assets. Entering the e-commerce marketplace for the first time meant the company faced a number of unique challenges. They turned to Yeleiny through Mitacs-Accelerate for web performance expertise.

Soaring towards medical breakthroughs

Leonam is nearing completion of his undergraduate studies at the Fluminense Federal Institute with a passion for all things “engineering”. Having completed engineering projects to assist in remote monitoring of the Paraiba do Sul River as well as testing equipment for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Leonam set his sights on Canada for his next research adventure, this one in the life sciences through Mitacs Globalink.  While at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Leonam will assist Dr.

Making real-life connections to Canada

But if his brief but already busy time in Canada so far is any indication, Dhruv is sure to have a promising few months in Canada while he researches controls diagnostics under Professor Mhaskar Prashant.

Launching a good team takes skill

For Mitacs Step student So-Ra Chung, her specialty is in developing micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) technologies for use in the aerospace industry using team building and project management skills she learned through Mitacs Step.

Starting a research career on stable foundations

For Oleksandr Romanko of McMaster University’s Department of Computing and Software, a postdoctoral fellowship through Mitacs Elevate helped him to transition to the world of risk analytics when he was hired as a full time Research Analyst this summer by IBM.

Globalink student making a difference in global health

The research that he will undertake with Dr. Bernardo Trigatti could be vital to developing treatments for atherosclerosis, a condition that causes cardiovascular disease. This condition causes fat to accumulate in the bloodstream, increasing the risk of heart attack and stroke as well as contributing to development of cardiovascular illnesses. With diagnosis of heart disease on the rise in North America and around the world, such research could have profound effects on preventing its progression among at-risk patients.

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