During the past 20 years, CEL has successfully attracted research funding from a variety of industry partners. These funds have provided the resources required to fund graduate students and to maintain a productive research program. Overall, these significant financial investments are a testimony to the strength and value of the CEL research program. CEL is always looking for potential partners to further our research goals. For more information on Partnership opportunities, please contact Prof. Greg Jamieson at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 416-946-8504.
ABB Canada is a subsidiary of ABB Ltd., a global leader in power and automation technologies. ABB Canada provides power, automation and control system solutions. CEL is collaborating with ABB Canada to discover new opportunities to enable highly effective field operations and maintenance work using mobile devices.
ABB Corporate Research is the innovation arm of ABB Ltd., a global leader in power and automation technologies. ABB Research is actively involved in innovating state of the art technical solutions for automation solutions. CEL is collaborating with ABB Research to discover new opportunities to enable highly effective field operations and maintenance work using mobile devices.
Acuitē creates tools and environments to help its process industry clients achieve superior results by optimizing the fit between people, technology, and workplaces. Acuitē helps CEL stay abreast of the state of the art in process industry HMI solutions, collaborates with us on workshops, and employs several of our alumni.
Candu Energy Inc. is a provider of nuclear power reactors and nuclear products and services to customers worldwide. CEL is partnering with Candu Energy on a study of large format human-machine interfaces in nuclear power plant control rooms.
DRDC provides the Canadian Armed Forces with the knowledge and technological advantage needed to defend and protect Canada’s interests. CEL works with DRDC scientists to advance human factors science in military applications and to promote the development of highly-qualified human factors scientists.
The IESO coordinates the electric power transmission grid and electricity markets for the province of Ontario. CEL is collaborating with the IESO on displays for situation awareness in future power grid operations.
IFE is an international research foundation for energy and nuclear technology. CEL has a long-standing research partnership with IFE to develop new concepts of operations for highly automated nuclear facilities. We also advocate for Canadian nuclear industry participation in the OECD Halden Reactor Project, which IFE hosts.
Uncharted is a software services consulting group that does analysis, design, and development to create visualizations and visual analytics for clients in a variety of industries. CEL is collaborating with Uncharted on developing adaptive level of detail (LOD) views for network maps and cyber attack graphs.