Consortium for Research and Innovation inAerospace in Quebec (CRIAQ)
The Consortium for Research and Innovation inAerospace in Quebec (CRIAQ) is a non-profit organization established in 2002 with the financial support of the Quebec government.
CRIAQ is an effective model of collaborative industry-led research involving universities and research centres. The consortium promotes collaboration between industry and research specialists to identify and implement precompetitive projects that meet industry requirements.
CRIAQ collaborates closely with its national counterpart, the Consortium for Aerospace Research and Innovation in Canada(CARIC). By joining forces, these consortiums can leverage their respective resources to support projects and activities on a larger scale.
·Over$107.6M in total value for completed and current projects
·110+ completed and current projects
·250+transferred technology licenses
RESEARCH AND INNOVATION COMMUNITY
·25+academic members (universities, colleges and research centres)
·1,000+academic researchers and industrial specialists involved in our projects
·900+students trained in CRIAQ projects
INTERESTED IN TAKING PART IN CRIAQ RESEARCH PROJECTS?
Through CRIAQ, businesses have access to the expertise of renowned researchers and financial resources that will greatly enhance their initial R&D budget. For a small business, this can represent up to 30 times its project contribution. Researchers thus benefit from financial support from a range of sources and contribute to technological advances in the industry.
Many opportunities to join our collaborative research projects are currently open. Visit our website to learn more about us!