Fields-CQAM consists of a network of research training laboratories at Ontario universities addressing challenges in areas of socio-economic importance to the province. Organized and administered by Fields, the labs will be the home of cutting-edge research, expansive graduate training, and a demonstrable ability to develop and exploit new quantitative methodologies.

This unique network of labs link academic disciplines and industry into a province-wide innovation cluster for research and training. The expertise of these labs are committed to ensuring a steadily expanding talent pool trained in the latest quantitative techniques; forging partnerships with industry and the not-for-profit sector; and commercializing quantitative research solutions for receptor challenges for the benefit of the broader economy.



We are currently accepting proposals for new labs for 2018 - 2020. Click below to learn more. 


Call for Proposals

Fields-CQAM Director and Advisory Board invites interested applicants to submit a proposals for CQAM research and training labs.  CQAM labs are teams of faculty investigators, graduate students, post-docs, and their industry partners, who will engage in industry related research projects and training in the mathematical sciences. In this start-up phase, Fields-CQAM will commit up to 2 years funding for a limited number of number of new labs, for activities in the academic years 2018 - 2019 and 2019 - 2020. 

To receive full consideration in the first round, proposals must be submitted electronically by 4:30 pm EST on May 31st, 2018. Please note that applications must be submitted to CQAM via our online submission form; applications sent via e-mail will not be accepted. Proposals will be considered until all lab slots are filled. 


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