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Collaborative Nanotechnology Graduate Program

New and faster kinds of computers, more efficient power sources and life-saving medical treatments are only a few of the examples of leading-edge changes possible through graduate studies and research in Nanotechnology.

Expert nanotechnology instructors from the Faculties of Science and Engineering impart their knowledge and expertise in engaging classes in state-of-the-art facilities.

Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology’s excellent facilities, programs and researchers allow access to, and participation in, cutting-edge technological developments.

Two faculties and six departments provide an opportunity for you to make your mark through academia and research, by enrolling in one of Waterloo’s Collaborative Nanotechnology Graduate Programs.

Waterloo’s main campus is home to the Mike & Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Center, and several state-of-the-art nanotechnology research labs:

Specialize in the science or engineering discipline of your choice while getting an interdisciplinary foundation in nanotechnology, including science, characterization and fabrication, that enables you to integrate various perspectives in your work and collaborate with specialists from other fields.