A CRIM researcher receives a federal Discovery Grant

A CRIM researcher receives a federal Discovery Grant

Published September 11, 2017

The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) has announced the results of the 2017 competition for the Discovery Grants program. The CRIM is proud to announce that Alexandre Petrenko, Ph.D., main researcher in the Advanced Software Modeling and Development team at CRIM, has been awarded with an individual Discovery Grant. This investment over a five-year period will enable him to pursue his research on model-based testing.

The announcement was made at the University of Victoria on September 8 by Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan. Millions of dollars have been awarded by NSERC for fundamental research through the 2017 competition for the Discovery Grants program, with the goal of stimulating innovation among scientists and engineers. The Discovery Grants program supports ongoing long-term research projects in all areas of science and engineering.


2017 Results

More information on the Discovery Grants program

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