NSERC’s Partnerships Programs: Facilitating transfer of technology and know-how from Universities to SMEs Robert Déziel , PhD, MBA Manager, NSERC Quebec Regional Office. NSERC FACTS AND FIGURES. Optics and Photonics Snapshot. Boost your research and development capacity.
Facilitating transfer of technology and know-how from Universities to SMEs
Robert Déziel, PhD, MBA
Manager, NSERC Quebec Regional Office
Boostyourresearch and developmentcapacity
engage grant (eg)
Engage grants in canada
«The NSERC Engage has been one of the most useful government funding sources we at TeTechS have received to date…. Being a focused and short term project, an NSERC Engage is a great starting point to find the best fit between a company and the academic groups it would like to collaborate with. »
Daryoosh Saeedkia, President and CEO, TeTechS Inc.
«…Overall, the Engage grants we have participated in have been quite successful, and in many cases have led to ongoing collaborations… Working with Canadian research groups on the leading edge of their fields allows us to explore the feasibility of new product features as new techniques and approaches are discovered.»
James Pond, Chief Technology Officer, Lumerical Solutions Inc.
Collaborative research and developmentgrant (CRD)
APPLIED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT GRANTS (ARD)
«A cost effective process for low-loss light coupling between optical fibers and integrated photonic circuits with high refractive index guiding layers»
Prs. Vincent Aimez and Paul Charette
Université de Sherbrooke
development of a low-cost technology for injecting/extracting light carried by optical fibers to/from photonic Si-based chips
Phase IIb –Partnership with a Canadian company
Pr. Richard Martel
Université de Montréal
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