IC-IMPACTS funded research is driven by a commitment to research excellence and supports the discovery and application of solutions to some of the most pressing issues in both Canadian and Indian communities.
Click the research areas below to learn more about the different research projects funded by IC-IMPACTS
This project strives to develop a rapid and robust sensor technology to identify Cryptosporidium, a pathogen found in water in Canada and India.
This project will develop a low cost sensor that can easily determine the effect of chlorine as a disinfection strategy for highly contaminated water.
This project will develop a handheld device to detect E-Coli in water and help communities understand when drinking water is contaminated.
This project aims to increase the use of fly ash in concrete and substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the construction process.
This project presents a new focus for develop state-of-the-art analysis tools for concrete structures so that an assessment can be undertaken to determine if a structure is deteriorating to
This project will develop new techniques to repair and rehabilitate heritage masonry.
This project is aiming to bring cleaner water to communities in desparate need. The project helps train people in maintaining their own equipment.
This project will develop more durable and life-extending techniques for concrete infrastructure.
This project is aiming to bring cleaner water to communities through the creation of an easy-to-use device to detect harmful bacteria. The device uses colour differentiation to communicate safety