• Computer Research Institute of Montréal

    Computer Research Institute of Montréal

    One of the foremost IT applied research centres in Canada.

  • Advanced analytics

    Advanced analytics

    This refers to the areas of video processing and analysis, imagery, audio, text, semantics and natural language processing.

  • Interaction and human-system interfaces

    Interaction and human-system interfaces

    This refers to the areas of voice, movement, emotions, augmented reality and the user activity-related aspects.

  • Advanced architectures and technologies for software development and testing

    Advanced architectures and technologies for software development and testing

    This refers to the areas of architectural approaches in client/cloud computing/mobile technologies, their test modeling and automation, code generation, inference modeling, development and test methodologies.

INNOVATE TOGETHER

CRIM is an Applied Research Centre focusing on innovation and collaborative development. Our expertise are grouped into three principal axes: 1) Advanced analytics 2) Interaction and human-system interfaces
3) Advanced architectures and technologies for software development and testing.
 

Teams of experts

CRIM offers an extensive team of world-class experts who will be happy to develop or adapt structuring technologies for your business.
  • Vision and Imaging

    Vision and Imaging

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  • Speech Recognition

    Speech Recognition

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  • Development and Internet Technologies

    Development and Internet Technologies

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  • Advanced Software Modeling and Development

    Advanced Software Modeling and Development

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Members

As a member of CRIM, you will benefit from one of the largest networks of IT companies in Québec. Join them and take advantage of the many benefits offered by CRIM.

IT trainings

Nos activités de formation ont été transférées au Service du perfectionnement de l'ETS

Our training activities were transferred to the Service du perfectionnement of the ÉTS

Upcoming event

  • Séminaire du CRIM : Reconnaissance de formes dans les environnements incertains
    6 November 2014 13:30
    CRIM (405, avenue Ogilvy, bureau 101)
    Le CRIM reçoit un collaborateur de l'École de technologie supérieure, le professeur Robert Sabourin, ing. Ph. D.
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Recent news

  • Transition harmonieuse des activités de formations du CRIM vers l’ÉTS
    Transition harmonieuse des activités de formations du CRIM vers l’ÉTS

    Nous sommes heureux de vous apprendre que la transition s’est effectuée de façon efficace et harmonieuse durant l’été. La nouvelle programmation est disponible sur le site du Service du perfectionnement de l’ÉTS.

  • UQAM RT @UQAM: Le Centre d'#entrepreneuriat @esg_uqam lance l'accélérateur d'entreprises MAX Tech http://t.co/D5dZir9Suc #UQAM @CRIM_ca
  • IEEE Spectrum RT @IEEESpectrum: Augmented Reality Helps Drivers See Around Blind Spots - The inner surfaces of a car become windows on the world, ... htt…