Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador (MUN)
With some 18,500 students and 5,200 faculty and staff spread across four campuses and nearly 85,000 alumni active throughout the world, Memorial University is one of the largest in Atlantic Canada
Over 40% of total research at Memorial and 68% of research in the Faculty of Science is ocean-related
Dedicated to teaching and learning, research, service and external engagement, in order to make a significant positive impact on society, locally, nationally and internationally
Objectives are to advance ocean engineering research and technology development; promote interaction between researchers and ocean technology stakeholders; foster an innovative, wealth-creating research climate, technology transfer, entrepreneurship and commercialization of research; and take an active role in shaping policies in the ocean engineering, o shore engineering and marine technology sectors
- Autonomous Ocean Systems Laboratory Marine Environmental Research Lab
- for Intelligent Vehicles (MERLIN)
- Process Safety Lab
- Small vessel simulator Structures Lab Towing Tank
Focus: cold ocean research on North Atlantic fisheries, aquaculture, oceanography and ecology
• Cold-Ocean Deep-Sea Research Facility (CDRF)
Centre for Health Information Analytics
Focus: rapid interrogation and integration of complex source data from multiple organizations
Focus: dedicated to providing laboratory and simulation support to the enhanced oil recovery activities of the oil and gas industry and to solving fundamental problems of multiphase flow.
Focus: Designed to maximize the impact of Memorial University’s institutional investments in research through enhanced access to and utilization of major research equipment
- Aquatics research cluster
- Geomatics and Proteomics (GaP) Facility
- Centre for Chemical Analysis, Research and Training (C-CART)
- Computing, Simulation and Landmark Visualization Facility (CSLV)
- The Earth Resources Research and Analysis Facility (TERRA)
- Micro Analysis Facility (MAF-IIC)
Bonne Bay Marine Station
Focus: marine biology and environmental studies teaching, research and public engagement.
Memorial University Technical Services
Biomedical, electronic and mechanical services including computer repair, electronic design, instrument repair, computer network installation, machining, glass-blowing, welding and fabrication of scale models
Memorial University Libraries
Collections in many subject areas including marine biology, polar studies, maritime history, ocean engineering, marine geology and ocean technology.
Fisheries and Marine Institue of Memorial University (MI)
MUN’s dedicated marine-focused education and research institution, established 50 years ago in 1965.
MI provides industry-driven training, producing about 70% of all English-speaking seafarers in Canada, and also carries out applied research for private and public sector clients.
Centre for Marine Simulation
Focus: training, educational, and research and development ranging from computer-based part-task simulators to large and complex full mission simulation.
Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Resources
Focus: sustainable development of the aquatic resources through collaborative industrial research and development, technology transfer and education services to the global
Centre for Aquaculture and Seafood Development
Focus: Product and process development; technology
transfer; advisory services and industrial training in three theme areas: seafood processing, aquaculture and marine bioprocessing.
Centre for Fisheries Ecosystem Research (CFER)
Focus: research on Newfoundland and Labrador sheries and the sustainability of stocks
Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation
Focus: gives the shing, seafood and aquaculture industry easy access to the scienti c and technological facilities and expertise of Memorial University in order to solve problems and take advantage of opportunities
Offshore Safety and Survival Centre
Focus: safety and emergency response training and applied research for the o shore petroleum, marine transportation, and shing industries
Centre for Applied Ocean Technology
Focus: undertakes applied R&D in two areas: ocean mapping and ocean observations systems
Holyrood Marine Base
Focus: a venue for ocean research and marine training, including access to research vessels of various sizes
COLLEGE OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC
The College of the North Atlantic maintains a number of specialized facilities for teaching and research
Innovative Product Development Centre
Focus: product development research and design support services
Manufacturing Technology Centre
Focus: Manufacturing prototype development support
Materials and Nanotechnology Research Lab
Focus: Supports research into various aspects of nanotechnology including materials characterization, amorphous semiconductors, surfactants and polymers, self assemblies, nano-photo-mechanical systems and nonlinear optics.
Petroleum Specialty Centre
Focus: petroleum production, well control, fluid hydraulics and industrial instrumentation.
Wave Energy Research Centre
Focus: development of ocean wave-powered pump technology to support on-shore multi-trophic aquaculture.
CENTRE FOR COLD OCEANS RESOURCE ENGINEERING (C-CORE)
Focus: behavior and prevalence of sea ice and icebergs, as well as risk mitigation techniques such as satellite-based ice monitoring and physical management of ice
FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA
Has the lead federal role in managing Canada’s sheries and safeguarding its waters
Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre
Focus: research on eastern Canadian Fisheries and the sustainability of stocks.
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA (NRC)
Government of Canada’s premier research and technology organization (RTO) works with clients and partners, we provide innovation support, strategic research, and scienti c and technical services
Ocean, Coastal and River Engineering (OCRE)
Focus: provides consulting and applied research services and tools across all three areas of numerical modeling, physical modeling and full-scale testing.