Welcome to Applied Research & Innovation

Applied Research is a great venue for employers seeking talented future employees and for collaborators to support their business growth in the 21st century.


ARI Program Officer recipient of Ontario’s Land and Water Award for Water Stewardship:

Congratulations to Julie Sylvestre for receiving recognition for her support of water stewardship.

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 Algonquin College’s Office of Applied Research and Innovation is hosting Applied Research Day 13.0 on April 10, 2015 at its Ottawa (Woodroffe) campus. The Event highlights the leading edge applied research being done in collaboration with industry, institutional and community partners. Applied Research Day is a must for employers looking for talented employees and collaborators to support their businesses’ growth in the 21st Century economy.

Click here to view the Applied Research 13.0 Winners!

Date: Friday, April 10th, 2015
Time:   8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Algonquin College,
Woodroffe Campus,
1385 Woodroffe Ave.
Ottawa, ON.

  • Keynote Speaker: Room T102
  • Project Showcase: Student Commons, Gym

 Cost:   Free!! Pre-registration is strongly encouraged.

Click here to download the Applied Research 13.0 Brochure                                                                                              (floor plan is included in the brochure)

Applied Research 13.0 Map

 For updates and more information visit:  http://www3.algonquincollege.com/appliedresearch/applied-research-day/

Parking:  Complimentary parking is available in the Visitors Parking Lot #7. Please collect a parking voucher at the event registration desk which you will use when you exit the parking lot.

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Please note:  All other parking lots are reserved for permit holders only and parking regulations will be enforced.


#FlashForward Program has been featured on Algonquin Times.

#FlashForward Mentors

Julie Garneau, Stephanie Le Saulnier and Sarah Larstone #FlashForward mentors for high school students.

Flash Forward to college.
Algonquin students helping high schoolers to be creative and develop videos for Ottawa Hospital.

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Sliding into Winter

Vital Signs – The Health and Wellness Research Centre Blog | November 28, 2014

Wow where did summer and fall go.  Lots to update and I never did tell you about those summer projects, so here goes:

Summer Projects:  We worked with Privacy Analytics to help virtualize testing and certification for the emerging field of data anonymization which is critical for sharing large clinical data sets .  We brought together diverse expertise to help build a STEMI (ST Segment Myocardial infarction) recognition game for planetECG.

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Algonquin Students’ Association and Applied Research
Thursday, 20 November 2014 from 12:30 PM to 5:30 PM (EST )
Ottawa, ON

Slipping into Summer

Vital Signs – The Health and Wellness Research Centre Blog | July 4, 2014

Well it has been a hectic place here lately, but time to catch the blogosphere up.

VS 1Big Win, Winners all around:    Back in April our afterschool program (#FlashForward) with The Ottawa Hospital had a big win taking 1st Place at the College’s Applied Research Day (April 11, 2014).  Shortly thereafter the red carpet came out and the high schools teams (along with their College student mentors) presented their patient safety videos   [more]