Partnerships

Collaborating to create opportunities among materials scientists

In material chemistry, merging complementary expertise is crucial to design next-generation materials and devices.

Using a new approach to model intern success and well-being in a pilot study with Shopify

Professor Mateja Šajna (right) and MSc student Masoomeh Akbari (left) are standing side-by-side in front of the back entrance to the STEM Complex on uOttawa campus

The use of fuzzy cognitive maps (FCMs) is a relatively new modelling approach that can graphically represent structured knowledge in various fields of science, engineering, and the social sciences.

Finding a long-term solution to a pressing environmental problem

(from left to right) MSc student Evelyn Tennant, Professor Tom Al and Research Associate Erika Revesz stand side-by-side in the lobby of the Advanced Research Complex, all wearing face masks.

Giant Mine is of great concern to scientists like Professor Tom Al, who recognize the potential environmental and social dangers of untreated mine waste to surrounding ecosystems and communities.

Cultivating international collaborations with nanoscale research

Professor Lora Ramunno is pictured from the waist up. She stands with her arms crossed, with her body positioned at a 45 degree angle from the camera. The background is blurred.

Nanophotonics is a branch of physics that explores the interactions between light and matter at the nanometre scale.

Centipede experiments and robotics: merging the two in a collaborative study of neurocontrol mechanisms

(from left to right) Professors Auke Ijspeert (EPFL, Switzerland), Emily Standen (University of Ottawa) and Aiko Ishiguro (Tohoku University, Japan) stand side-by-side on a curling rink, each holding curling brooms

When animals move between water and land they often change the way they locomote.

Joint Centre for Extreme Photonics strengthens uOttawa - NRC collaborations

After more than a decade of collaboration, the University of Ottawa and the National Research Council Canada (NRC) are forging closer ties to accelerate world-class research in extreme photonics.

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