Presented at the Canadian Printable Electronics Symposium 2023, organized by intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance, our CEO Marie-Josée Turgeon was awarded the “Outstanding Woman in Hybrid Flexible and STEM Electronics” prize.
We also won the «Best Research Project» award for our project, conducted in partnership with the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), on the printing and assembly of copper circuits that withstand JEDEC reliability tests. The award was proudly accepted by Christophe Sansregret (C2MI) and Sylvain Cloutier (ÉTS) on behalf of the entire team of scientists who helped perfect this promising new technology.
On November 18, 2022, C2MI received the Grande Mention 2021 Award.
The Prix Performance Québec Awards are the highest distinction granted annually by Quebec’s government to private companies and public organizations that stand out for the quality of their management and their overall performance.
On November 25th, AEPONYX, in partnership with the C2MI won the PARTNERSHIP AWARD at the 31st Innovation Awards Gala presented by the ADRIQ.
The award-winning partnership, initiated in 2014 involved close collaboration between Aeponyx, 4 universities, 1 CCTT and C2MI. The development was carried out at C2MI on industrial equipment at the cutting edge of MEMS technologies and allowed to accelerate the development of an innovative product and ensure its transfer to high volume production.
Delivered through the MDA
This award underlines and highlights the performance and dedication granted by the C2MI team as part of a tremendous project.
Alain Renaudin, Director, Business Development presented: “PROfessional expertise for sucCESS” received an award for the best presentation at the MEMS & SENSORS Technical Congress. This presentation This presentation explained how the C2MI process accelerates the development and commercialization of microelectronic components for digital technologies through the experts who contribute to it.
On September 12, 2017, C2MI won the regional Entrepreneur Support Award at Startup Canada.
On October 12, at the IMAPS International Symposium, Catherine Marsan-Loyer, a member of the C2MI technical services team, was awarded a community recognition for writing a student essay: Characterization of a flux adapted to the dipping process for a fine pitch microchip brazing process.
On November 12, Normand Bourbonnais received the Technological Innovation Award from the Polytechnique Montréal Alumni Association in recognition of his contribution to technological technological innovations
through the creation of the C2MI.
On May 14, 2015, C2MI, Teledyne DALSA, the Université de Sherbrooke as well as École Polytechnique Montréal won the Research Partnership Award for its Infrared Imaging (IR) project.