Become a Postdoctoral Fellow
Check out our Doctoral Program to find more information on program requirements and what to expect.
Collaborate with Us
A number of our faculty members regularly partner with industry groups and non-profit organizations to work on common research and development goals.
If you are interested in collaborating on a research project or initiative with our faculty and students, the following programs could be the right fit for you.
Mitacs is a national, not-for-profit organization that provides a platform for industry, government and academia to partner together on academic-industrial R&D projects. Mitacs has developed a proactive and successful approach to supporting innovation, both directly through collaborative R&D and indirectly through long-term development of skilled human capital.
Helps companies identify their innovation needs and matches them with academic expertise;
Fosters cutting edge research tied to commercial outcomes;
Builds international research networks, creating innovation leaders in Canada and abroad; and,
Provides professional and entrepreneurship skills training for graduate students, so they have the tools to meet emerging innovation needs.
Visit the Mitacs website for more information.
A program supported by the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada where the innovation and funding services are provided to accelerate growth for Canadian companies.
Visit the NRC website for more information.
Student Research Assistants
These awards aim to encourage students to explore graduate studies and stimulate interests in natural sciences and engineering research by providing the financial support through the University.
- Applicants must be full-time students, and must have at least their 1st year in Computer Science completed by the time the position begins.
- Students in their final year of University are also available to apply.
- Applicants must have an average of 75%, but due to the competitive nature of the awards, students are encouraged to maintain at least an 80% overall grade.
- Note: the USRAs provided by NSERC, but not those of the Department, have the additional requirement that applicants be Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
Applications are usually due early January each year. Please stay tuned for announcements or contact the Computer Science main office.
For more information, please visit the NSERC website.
CS Research Highlights
Interested in CS research at the U of S? Read about some of the innovative ways faculty are using computer science in two important areas: plant phenotyping and health informatics.