The Clemson Canada Center serves as a focal point to provide opportunities for teaching, research and outreach to those interested in the many relationships between Canada and the United States. The center’s mission is to serve as a source of information and a coordinating body for the encouragement of participation in joint U.S.-Canadian research and education projects that will further the relationship between our two countries.
January 27th, 2015Cross Border Commercial Innovations in Forestry
This event will showcase the latest innovations in the forestry sector with a goal to commercialize cutting edge technologies needed to keep the industry cost-efficient. The forum will bring together innovators seeking to commercialize new technologies applicable to the forestry industry and forestry companies that are looking for research partnerships. Hosted by the Clemson-Canada Center, the Wood Utilization + Design Institute and the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service. For more information, please contact Josh Ash at firstname.lastname@example.org
March 8, 2012
The Networked Vehicle Meets the Grid
CUICAR: Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research
An NVA (Networked Vehicle Association) executive workshop supplement to the IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference hosted by CUICAR. This workshop aims to unite Canadian networked vehicle (auto and information and communications technology) sectors with globally-based executives in those sectors. Executives from various companies (such as BMW, VW, GM, Bosch) will meet to unite their perspectives on the applications of information and communication networks on electric vehicles and how they interplay with the electric power systems. To form a strategic linkage for Canada-U.S. cooperation in the development of the next generation of vehicles, a memorandum of understanding will be signed between CUICAR and Stratford, Ontario.
April 13 – 14, 2012
Association of Canadian Studies/American Council on Quebec Studies
Kennesaw State University
This joint conference will be co-sponsored by the departments of Political Science at Clemson and Kennesaw State. It will be a unique event bringing together not only two conferences in the Canadian Studies area but also two universities who are pursuing ongoing Canadian Studies activities.