Brock University, located in St. Catharines, Ontario, has one of Canada’s largest co-op programs and offers multi-faceted degrees, which help students build careers and get jobs. Building on that principle, the Sports Management program, Applied Health Sciences program and Business students will assist CMS with research, innovation testing, marketing and event programming while gaining experience in their field.
McMaster University, in Hamilton, Ontario, has earned an enviable reputation as a global leader in materials and manufacturing research. McMaster’s Faculty of Engineering will co-develop the CMS Innovation Park while managing the commercialized research on site. CMS will also be a test track for renewable technologies and innovation created by McMaster programs.
Niagara College, operating on 3 different campus’ in the Niagara region, is consistently recognized as a leader in student satisfaction, ranking among the top colleges in Ontario. Partnering with CMS, Niagara College’s world class culinary school, motive power and renewable technologies programs will together to establish educational, research, co-ops, post grad and experiential learning opportunities.
The Automotive Centre of Excellence (ACE) is the first testing and research centre of its kind in the world. It offers full-size chambers that allow for full climatic, structural durability and lifecycle testing in support of advanced technologies like battery and fuel cell development. ACE is expanding its presence in the motorsport world. This includes aerodynamic and thermodynamic wind tunnel testing, engine tuning and suspension tuning. ACE is owned and operated by the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) in Oshawa, Ontario.