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Exceptional career opportunities at Université de Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada – junior and senior Canada Research Chairs offered
Company: Université de Sherbrooke
Deadline: Monday, February 11th 2019
Exceptional career opportunities at Université de Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada – junior and senior Canada Research Chairs offered.
The Université de Sherbrooke is offering professorships associated to Canada Research Chairs for promising (level 2, less than 10 years since PhD) or internationally renown (level 1) candidates.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION: February 11th, 2019
Complete description of the offers : level 1 (senior), level 2 (junior)
For more information on the Canada Research chair program
Université de Sherbrooke offers a unique ecosystem and environment in microsystems
We offer an integrated chain of research and innovation to promote the development of microsystems and nanotechnology with a stimulating human environment and world-class resources. The Interdisciplinary Institute for Technological Innovation forms a multidisciplinary community, including in micro-nanotechnologies, and offers open platforms for micro-nanofabrication and characterization of microsystems and materials (3IT.nano), combined with laboratories for microelectronics packaging, electrical and mechanical prototyping, as well as full-scale evaluation. The Quantum Institute combines fundamental discoveries in physics and quantum computing with technologies required for their implementation. To support industrial and applied research, MiQro Innovation Collaborative Center co-founded with Teledyne DALSA and IBM offers a unique environment for industrial collaboration and transition from the laboratory to the market by offering a unique infrastructure of production-grade equipment for development and prototyping of MEMS (200mm substrates) and next-generation microelectronics packaging. Innovation and entrepreneurship are at the heart of Université de Sherbrooke’s culture, as demonstrated by the creation of over 50 start-ups in 5 years, supported by the Accelerator for Creation of Technological Companies. This ecosystem is complemented by strategic international collaborations (UMI-LN2 (www.labn2.fr), international joint unit in nanotechnology and nanosystems with CNRS, France) and dynamic industrial partnerships (Industrial Research Chair with IBM Canada, Common Laboratory with STMicroelectronics, and over 40 SMEs or large corporations).