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Corporate Partnership Program

Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology Corporate Partnership Program

WIN's new Corporate Partnership Program (WIN-CPP) enables multiple industries to access the world-class talent of WIN researchers and state-of-the-art nanotechnology equipment and facilities. 

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Objectives and benefits: 

  • Academy-Industry Committee (AIC) will provide overall oversight for the WIN-CPP Program.
  • Business Development Manager (BDM) will work closely with the corporate member to determine the scope of the problem statement, which matches with the industry needs. 
  • BDM will put forward a call for submissions of a 2-page proposal from the WIN members.
  • Best fit proposals will be selected and shared with the corporate member for final approval.
  • BDM, working with the Research Program Manager, will facilitate grant applications to funding agencies. 
  • BDM will provide project management support to ensure successful project delivery
  • Corporate members will have access to state-of-the-art facilities in the Quantum Nano-Centre (QNC)
  • Corporate members will gain knowledge across various sectors and exclusive introduction to WIN's startup companies. 

Contact information:

Dr. Oleg Stukalov, Business Development Manager at the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology at