New program, which features joint research projects and fellowships as well as training on CAE software and equipment, will see students work on a broad variety of advanced technologies.
The 12,000-square-foot facility in Mitel’s former headquarters at 350 Legget Dr. is slated to open its doors to the public on Thursday.
Lead architect and Carleton grad Doron Meinhard’s team from Toronto-based Hariri Pontarini Architects toured several business schools in Canada and the U.S. before crafting a curving design.
Students will learn from established female tech leaders through virtual offerings that include industry talks, networking sessions and candid conversations.
News comes just a couple of months after university unveiled plans to open a 2,000-square-foot innovation space at the west-end tech centre.
Six-year-old startup's revenues continue to skyrocket as it works with some of the international space industry's leading firms.
Local tech leaders hope deal will set the stage for more Silicon Valley firms to establish or expand their presence in the region.
Five-year, US$21-million program will see BlackBerry QNX provide technology, while Carleton will create a new on-campus research facility for students.
Site is part of the larger Hub350, which is billed as a “state-of-the-art global technology centre” bringing together local tech, finance and academic talent.
Tech giant signs five-year deal to provide “joint research and educational initiatives” and become an adviser at university’s big data analytics hub.