CAMDT offers local small and mid-sized enterprises access to advanced manufacturing expertise and cutting-edge resources. Their research has helped local small- and medium-sized manufacturers improve their processes, enhance their facilities, and advance their products.
Sheridan's Centre for Mobile Innovation (CMI) uses mobile technologies to facilitate research and development opportunities between professors, students and industry partners. With a mission to increase applied research opportunities in mobile computing, CMI is strengthening local and national collaboration in mobile computing and developing skilled, capable graduates.
SIRT is a digital media centre established by Sheridan College. We are dedicated to fostering collaborative innovation and building production capacity in Ontario’s screen-based industries.
We provide a unique environment for conducting applied research into areas of practical concern and immediate relevance to older adults and their families. We develop innovative approaches and creative interdisciplinary partnerships that focus on enhancing the lives of older Canadians.
Industry Academia Collaboration Program – Technical Problem Solving (TPS)
We are a consortium of Canadian academic institutions that share a network of high performance computers. With this infrastructure, we enable world-class academic research that explore how HPC can help solve highly complex problems.
Curriculum-based research projects tend to be smaller in scope than funded research and are run as student final projects in designated courses.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
Sheridan recently administered 32 industry projects over two rounds of funding through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario's Applied Research Commercialization (ARC) Initiative. The ARC initiative began at Sheridan College on January 10, 2010, and had an immediate positive impact on both local businesses as well as the College.