Canada Research Chairs
The Canada Research Chairs program stands at the center of a national strategy to make Canada one of the world's top countries in research and development.The Canada Research Chairs program was initiated by the Canadian Government in 2000 to attract and retain some of the world's most accomplished and promising minds.
- Tongwen Chen, Canada Research Chair, Tier 1 in "Intelligent Monitoring and Control"
- Hao Liang, Canada Research Chair, Tier ll in "Intelligent Energy Systems"
- Mojgan Daneshmand, Canadian Research Chair in “Advanced RF MEMS.”
- Witold Pedrycz, Canada Research Chair in “Computational Intelligence."
- Abdul Elezzabi, Canada Research Chair in “Ultrafast Photonics and Nano-Optics.”
- Mike Brett, Canada Research Chair in “Nanoengineered Films.”
Industrial Research Chairs
The NSERC Industrial Research Chairs Program was created by the Canadian Government and the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to assist universities in building on existing strengths to achieve the critical mass required for a major research endeavour in science and engineering of interest to industry.
- Wilsun Xu, NSERC/iCORE/ Alberta Power Companies Industrial Research Chair in "Power Quality"
- Bob Fedosejevs, MPBT/NSERC Industrial Research Chair in "Laser and Spectroscopic Techniques Applied to the Natural Resource Industry"
- Mike Brett, NSERC/iCORE/Micralyne Industrial Chair in "Nanostructured Device Architectures"
iCORE (Informatics Circle of Research Excellence, now part of Alberta Innovates) was established by the Government of Alberta to foster an expanding community of exceptional researchers in the field, Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
- Wilsun Xu, iCORE Industrial Chair in "Power Quality"
- Mike Brett, iCORE Professor in "Nanoengineered ICT Devices"