TRIUMF is organized to optimally meet its objectives while maintaining accountability, quality, and effectiveness.
The Accelerator Division has operational, maintenance and required upgrade responsibility for all of the 500 MeV Cyclotron, ISAC, and TR-13 facilities. The Division also has responsibility for the design, construction, and commissioning of future accelerators on-site, and it provides support for external accelerator projects.
Engineering has general responsibilities for the engineering, design and fabrication of mechanical, structural and electronic components. The Division also has responsibility for electrical and mechanical services and site maintenance.
Physical Sciences is responsible for scheduling experiments approved by the Experimental Evaluation Committee (EEC). The Division is also responsible for the design, installation, operation and maintenance of components, systems and subsystems for all experimental operations at the TRIUMF site, as well as coordination of infrastructure support for external programs.
Life Sciences is responsible for the support of projects approved by the Life Science Projects Evaluation Committee (LSPEC) and provides support for collaborations with the Pacific Parkinson's Research Centre (PPRC), BC Cancer Agency (BCCA), BWXT and other university faculties relying on radio-tracers from TRIUMF for their research. This Division is also responsible for the design, installation, operation and maintenance of components, systems and subsystems for the radioisotope production and processing facilities for tracers to be used in research projects both at TRIUMF and at other laboratories.
Office of the Director
In addition to having the overall responsibility for the operation and development of TRIUMF and its program of science at the international level, the Director has general oversight responsibilities for the following: administration; external relations; finance; health and safety; and strategic communications.
A number of key committees also fall within the oversight of the Office of the Director: the Experiment Evaluation Committees; the Policy and Planning Advisory Committee; and the Safety Management Committee.
The Directorate includes the following administrative functions: Board & University Governance; finance; general administration; human resources; risk managment and site security; supply chain; and environment health & safety. Additional oversight is given to the commercial operations of TRIUMF House (guest accommodation) and Innovations and Industrial Partnerships.
TRIUMF Innovations is the interface bridging TRIUMF with the business world. TRIUMF Innovations link cutting-edge science and technology to tangible business opportunities.
Please contact TRIUMF Innovations for more information: 604-222-7708