The Institute for data valorization (IVADO) is a joint initiative of HEC Montréal, Polytechnique Montréal and Université de Montréal that brings together over 120 industrial, academic and government partners. With over 1 450 member researchers, IVADO is a multidisciplinary centre of advanced expertise in statistics, artificial intelligence and operations research.
IVADO’s mission is to 1) contribute to the development of an economic sector in big data processing for decision making; 2) create privileged partnerships between industry and the administrative, social and academic sectors; 3) contribute to the advancement of knowledge and train new generations of data scientists; and 4) foster exchange and knowledge sharing between experts, partners, researchers and students.
IVADO provides a framework for six research centres: Canada Excellence Research Chair in Data Science for Real-Time Decision Making, CIRRELT, CRM, GERAD, MILA and Tech3Lab.
Institut intelligence et données
L’Institut intelligence et données (IID) de l’Université Laval réunit les forces vives liées à la recherche et à l’innovation en intelligence artificielle et en science des données dans la grande région de Québec.
Un pôle d’excellence en IA et science des données.
Les activités scientifiques des chercheurs de l’Institut intelligence et données (IID) s’organisent selon quatre axes fédérateurs : environnement physique, santé et étude du vivant, méthodes d’intelligence artificielle et de traitement de données, ainsi qu’éthique, confidentialité et acceptabilité sociale. En s’appuyant sur ces expertises de pointe et sur les infrastructures de recherche de l’Université Laval, l’Institut se fait également porteur de formations pour étudiants ou professionnels, d’une programmation événementielle spécialisée ou vulgarisée, ainsi que d’une offre collaborative à l’attention des entreprises.
Technological Research Institute Saint Exupéry
We accelerate science, technological research and transfer to the aeronautics and space industries for the development of reliable, robust, certifiable and sustainable innovative solutions.
At our sites in Toulouse, Bordeaux, Montpellier, Sophia Antipolis and Montreal, we offer an integrated collaborative environment composed of engineers, researchers, experts and PhD students from academia and industry for research projects and R&T services supported by technological platforms around 4 axes: advanced manufacturing technologies, greener technologies, smart technologies and methods & tools for the development of complex systems.
Our developed technologies meet the needs of industry, integrating the results of academic research.
We are a private research foundation, supported by the French government, which funds projects in proportion to the industrial contribution and defines the regulatory framework of the foundation.
Consortium de Recherche et d’Innovation en Aérospatiale au Québec
CRIAQ is a unique model for collaborative research conducted by companies of all sizes, with involvement from universities and research centres.
The Consortium for Research and Innovation in Aerospace in Quebec (CRIAQ) is a non-profit organization created in 2002 with the financial support of the Government of Quebec. Its mission is to increase the competitiveness of the aerospace industry by stimulating business innovation through collaborative R&D. Its role is to bring together ecosystems and develop a new generation of innovators to strengthen Quebec’s technological leadership in cutting-edge aerospace applications: digital aviation, future air mobility and sustainable aerospace.
Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute
ANITI has 3 main missions: scientific research, training and economic development related to AI. ANITI aims to develop a new generation of artificial intelligence called hybrid AI, integrating data driven learning techniques and symbolic or mathematical models that permit us to express constraints and to carry out logical reasoning. ANITI also has ambitious aims with regard to education and industrial development.
ANITI is housed in three sites (the Maison de la Recherche et de la Valorisation of the University of Toulouse, the B612 building and the LAAS laboratory hosting robotics platforms) and hosts around 200 researchers from universities, engineering schools and scientific and technological research organizations in Toulouse and its region, and around 50 partners.
ANITI has targeted as strategic application sectors: (1) intelligent mobility and transport, and (2) robotics/cobotics for the industry of the future.
ANITI aims to promote exchanges between industrialists who address their problems to scientists and academics in order to develop new markets and new technological applications.