Tech events merge this fall in Montreal
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Converging on Nanomanufacturing: A national event co-hosted by CMC Microsystems and NanoCanada
CMC Microsystems and NanoCanada will jointly host a national two-day event, themed “Converging on Nanomanufacturing,” which will combine NanoCanada’s inaugural national conference with CMC’s annual symposium, Innovation 360.
The gathering takes place Sept. 25-26 at Place Mont Royal in Montréal, Quebec. The program will reflect the interests of both organizations and will include speakers, networking opportunities and a technology showcase, organizers say. “We are delighted to bring our stakeholders together for our first national conference,” says Marie D’Iorio, President of NanoCanada. “NanoCanada launched in 2015 with the vision to connect industry players with academic researchers and government research, policy, and regulation experts so that more nano-enabled products could get to the market. After early wins with our global outreach missions, it is time to celebrate the success of our stakeholders by converging on Montreal on September 25-26!” “This is an event that promotes dialogue about Canada’s role in manufacturing and design. We are pleased to collaborate with NanoCanada to help get the advantages of nanotechnologies into plans for next-generation product technologies and the training of the future work force,” says Dan Gale, Vice-President & CTO of CMC Microsystems. “This is a great opportunity for participants to engage with our organizations, as well as industry and academia, to find new opportunities and build new partnerships.”
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