|IEEE Student/Life Member*||US$200|
|Non-Member (student or non-student)||US$595|
Regular Registration: on or after September 2, 2019
|IEEE Student/Life Member||US$300|
* Student/life member level does not cover paper publication and is intended for attendance only.
Tours of National Research Council Canada (NRC)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – Friday Oct 18, 2019
Attendees can register for an NRC tour on this Google Form. Prior to cut off date of Sept 15 or when the capacity is reached, whichever comes first. Only one option can be selected (see below for more information). Tour is scheduled for Friday Oct 18, 2019 from 1pm to 430pm.
Limited space:first come, first serve.
Option 1: Aerospace Research Centre (ARC)
Canada’s aerospace industry is vibrant, innovative and complex, with a rich history and elite reputation on a global stage. The NRC’s Aerospace Research Centre(ARC) supports this important industry with facilities, expertise and industry foresight that result in a constant stream of fresh ideas, new technologies, and the development and demonstration of products and processes that target the market challenges faced by the Canadian and global aeronautics and space sectors. The NRC’s Aerospace Research Centre has a long history of conducting research, performing technical services and developing technology solutions to support the Canadian aerospace industry. Our national facilities provide cost-effective platforms to test, de-risk, validate and demonstrate new technologies while our industry connections help ensure that Canadian companies remain competitive in a global market. NRC Aero’s clients come from all over the world to tap into our extensive pool of highly sought after and specialized staff that includes technical experts, researchers, test pilots, atmospheric scientists, aerodynamicists, structural dynamists, physicists, metallurgists, software designers, instrumentation and signal analysis specialists, icing experts, programmers, and engineers in the fields of aerospace, airworthiness, chemistry, structures, materials, systems, manufacturing automation and human factors. The ARC operates within a multidisciplinary organization that can link aerospace activities to other key sectors including construction, surface transportation, energy, agriculture, and security and disruptive technologies, to name a few. The broad spectrum of disciplines across NRC can help move technologies forward, and the exchange of ideas between areas of research within the same organization allows for rapid technological advancements in new and exciting sectors. Our world-class research infrastructure and unique expertise combined with competitive rates, customizable service options and high ethical standards make us the ideal partner to support your vision with innovative services and solutions
Option 2: Canadian Photonics Fabrication Centre (CPFC)
NRC’s Canadian Photonics Fabrication Centre (CPFC) provides world-class engineering and manufacturing services, commercial-grade prototyping and pilot-run production facilities. CPFC provides a complete services solution including design, layout, modeling, fabrication, test and evaluation. Our researchers and engineers are internationally recognized leaders in their fields of expertise. We offer comprehensive fabrication services for photonic devices and photonic integrated circuits, as well as III-V based electronic devices. The CPFC is the only Canadian foundry for GaN-based electronics offering design kits which describe the fabrication service, and include a Design Manual and a Physical Design Kit based on ADS software.
With years of industry-based experience and state of the art class 1000/100 cleanrooms backed by I-line and E-beam patterning, multiple MOCVD, MBE and CBE reactors, the CPFC has the expertise and the ability to deliver foundry solutions from early-stage prototyping to small-to-medium volume production runs.