Winning Partnerships

Stream is excited to announce its official joining of the Montréal-based Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO) as well as Toronto-based MaRS Cleantech Venture Services Group.

“These strategic partnerships embody the essence of Stream and play well with our overall corporate strategy in that they strive to foster innovation and collaboration between academia, industry and prospective investors.

We hope to continue to work with key players in both research and industry in order to establish ourselves as thought leaders in the simulation and optimization space.”

- Bruno Rizzuto, Co-CEO


The IVADO, founded by Université de Montréal, HEC Montréal and Polytechnique Montréal aims to bring together industry professionals and academic researchers to develop cutting-edge expertise in data science, operational research and artificial intelligence. In essence, the IVADO creates opportunities for knowledge exchange and collaborations between the specialists, partners, researchers and students in its network.

The objective of the IVADO is to be the link between academic expertise and the business needs of organizations, from international corporations to start-ups. With over 900 affiliated scientists (researchers, post-docs, PhD candidates and research associates), the IVADO is an advanced multidisciplinary centre for knowledge in sectors including statistics, business intelligence, deep learning, applied mathematics, data-mining and cybersecurity.

About MaRS

MaRS is the world’s largest urban innovation hub, a place where today’s moonshots become tomorrow’s breakthroughs. It’s a launchpad for startups, a platform for researchers and a home to innovators.

Located in the heart of Canada’s largest and the world’s most diverse city, MaRS is uniquely placed to lead change. It brings together educators, researchers, social scientists, entrepreneurs and business experts under one roof. Founded by civic leaders, MaRS has a mission that is equal parts public and private — an entrepreneurial venture designed to bridge the gap between what people need and what governments can provide.