CMC Microsystems, a federally incorporated non-profit corporation, works with researchers and industry across Canada’s National Design Network, providing commercial-calibre tools, systems, expertise, services, and access to world-class infrastructure for designing, prototyping and manufacturing innovations in microsystems and nanotechnologies. Launched in 1984 through a university, industry and Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) initiative, CMC has won international acclaim for its achievements in building Canada's capabilities in microelectronics, microsystems and nanotechnologies. CMC enables the discovery, development and a path to commercialization for innovative research in microsystems and related areas, including microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), microfluidics, photonics/optoelectronics, embedded software, printed electronics and rapid prototyping. Stimulating synergistic collaboration among universities, industry and government agencies, CMC has pioneered many creative solutions to advance innovations in micro-nano technologies, including a unique, cloud-based shared licensing program, giving researchers timely, efficient access to a portfolio of more than 35 advanced design tool suites from leading suppliers at a fraction of the cost to buy, install and maintain individually. In the period 2009-2013, Canadian researchers, industry and others accessed a national program valued at $118 million.
Ian McWalter, PRESIDENT & CEO
End date of the last completed financial year: 2015-03-31
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|Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)||$8,000,000.00||Yes|
945 Princess Street, Building 50
Queen’s University Innovation Park
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
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|Canadian Microelectronics Corporation||2013-08-01||current|
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