|CoRIMedia is an academic research consortium on digital imaging, video, audio and multimedia. The research activities hinges on non-textual content database management problems|
|CANARIE, Canada's Advanced Research and Innovation Network, CANARIE provides advanced networking capabilities to university and government researchers who can, in turn, bolster the research capabilities of companies that participate in collaborative projects with them. CANARIE also awards funding to companies and their partners in academia and government to accelerate |
|CEIM offers customized management consulting and related services for the creation and development of companies in information technology, multimedia, industrial technology and life sciences sectors.|
|The CPA’s mission is to assist the industry by transferring its know-how in automation production, more specifically, programmable logic controllers, industrial computing, production of multimedia training and information material, and computer-assisted design (2D & 3D). CPA’s contributions to the industry include engineering and technology transfer in the field of automation, and customized training and information for industrial fields. |
|CRIM is an Information Technologies applied research centre that develops and transfers technologies and knowledge in order to add value to the products and services of businesses and organisations and contribute to their commercialisation. |
|CEFRIO provides ability to access services for small and large businesses through publications, strategic intelligence etc.|
(In French only).
|Since 1 July 2011, following the entry into force of certain provisions of Bill No. 130 *, the Council on Science and Technology (CST) was abolished.|
The CST's mandate was to advise the Minister of Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade on matters relating to the Quebec scientific and technological development and also to periodically report to the Minister the needs in this area.
We invite you to read the latest advice from the Council on Science and Technology of Quebec regarding The management of intellectual property in the relations between universities and the industry (French only)
To view all notices published by the CST, click here (French only).
|INO is a technological design and development firm for optic and photonic solutions for sme's and large corporations. It also possesses a variety of technologies and innovative processes bases on a strong IP portfolio for companies wishng to commercialize them.|
|The LTRC carry out and promote research, development and technology transfer activities in language technologies, as part of the collaborative efforts between academia, government, associations and industry, in order to contribute to the advancement of knowledge, and to benefit the Canadian language industry.|
|NRC Institute for Microstructural Sciences Research facilities devoted to discovering the quantum, electronic, and photonic properties of leading edge materials.|
|Prompt is a non-profit corporation that stimulates industry-university R&D partnerships to increase |
the competitiveness of the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) sector in Québec.
|SAT is a transdisciplinary centre dedicated to research, creation, production, presentation, education and conservation in the field of digital culture. It brings together creators who work with digital technologies, fostering collaboration among diverse artistic and scientific disciplines, establishing partnerships with industry and educational institutions and promoting its members at home and abroad.|
College Center for the Transfer of Technology
|The CCTT are mandated to support SMEs in innovation through technical support, technology development, applied research, information and training. Réseau Trans-Tech is the network of all the CCTT.|
Here are some centers related to Information Technology:
• C2T3, college centre for telecommunicaton technology transfer (In French)
• CGQ, centre de géomatique du Québec (In French)
• CIMMI, college centre for digital imaging transfer and interactive media (In French)
• CIMEQ, innovation center in Québec microelectronics (In French)
• CPA, automated production center (In French)
• CPIQ, integrated production center
• CSTPQ, centre spécialisé de technologie physique du Québec
• CTA, centre technologique en aérospatiale (In French)
• OPTECH, college center of technology transfer in optics and photonics (In French)
University Research Centres
|In 2008-2009, Concordia University had almost 44,000 students. Concordia University has 64 research chairs and near 35 research centers. |
The Office of research manages the University's research initiatives with industry. For more information, please contact Jonathan Farber, technological transfer coordinator, phone : 514 848-2424 ext. 7340.
|École Polytechnique de Montréal is one of the largest engineering schools in Canada both in terms of enrolment and research activities. With 60 research units, Polytechnique is among the most active in Canada, accounting for nearly 25% of all university engineering research in Quebec. www.polymtl.ca|
The Bureau de la recherche et Centre de développement technologique (BRCDT) [Office of Research/Centre for Technological Development] works to build and maintain close, productive relationships between the École Polytechnique and funding agencies, companies and the scientific community. To arrange and coordinate an R&D partnership, please contact Guy Létourneau, R&D Development and Partnership Advisor, at 514-340-3247 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
|Pillar of the business community and worldwide leader in business-oriented research, HEC Montréal |
is recognized for its excellence in teaching and research since 1907. HEC Montreal has more than 45 chairs and research centres.
The Office of Research development and technology transfer manages the University's research initiatives with industry. For more information, please contact Julie Chapdelaine, project coordinator - development and technology transfer, phone : 514 340-6000 ext. 1219.
|McGill University is one of Canada's best-known institutions of higher learning and one of the country's leading research-intensive universities. |
The Office of Technology Transfer manages the University's research initiatives with industry. For more information, please contact Francoys Labonté, information technologies officer, phone : 514 398-5786.
|Université de Sherbrooke was the first Francophone university and second Canadian university to adopt the cooperative education model, which has revolutionized the way we teach by introducing problem-based learning in medicine and project-based learning in engineering. The university is also present in Montérégie, where the Longueuil Campus offers all the material and logistics support required for the 100 some programs offered. |
The Bureau de liaison entreprises-Université (BLEU) [Office of University-Industry Liaison] is the interface between the research teams and public and private organizations interested in research collaborations. The Office arranges partnerships or consortia and handles other administrative aspects. For more information, contact BLEU at 819 821-7840 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) is a public French-language university of international influence. The quality of its 300 programs, its research in social issues and its innovations in the creative arts are the foundation stones of its reputation. UQAM has more than 85 chairs and research centers. |
The Service des partenariats en recherche-innovation manages the University's research initiatives with industry. For more information, please contact Cécile Cormier, phone: 514-987-4328.
|The Université de Montréal is one of Canada's major research centres with some 300 research units.|
The Bureau Recherche Développement Valorisation manages the University's research initiatives with industry. For more information, please contact Emmanuelle Tanguy, research transfer coordinator, phone : 514 343-6111 ext. 5573.