Resources for CIFAR fellows and CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars
The CIFAR visual identity is available for CIFAR fellows and Global Scholars to use in presentation materials that are related to CIFAR programs.
You can choose between:
- the bilingual logo; or
- the English only version; or
- just the CIFAR acronym.
Your choice will depend on the context in which you are using the logo. If audiences are internal, or if they know CIFAR well, you can use the logo of the CIFAR acronym. However, if your audience is external, or not that familiar with CIFAR, you should choose the logo with the full Institute name.
All versions are available as two-colour, monochrome (black) or reverse (white only). For web, MS Word or PowerPoint documents use the JPEG / PNG formats (images provided below).
To access any of these files, follow these simple steps:
- Right-click over the link to save the specific file to a folder on your computer;
- Go to your document (i.e. Word or Powerpoint), and select the file via “Insert”, “Picture”, “From File”.
For professional design or printing (e.g. book cover) email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the appropriate higher resolution version.
Giving a CIFAR Presentation
If you are presenting at a CIFAR-hosted event, this guide will give you some tips on how to prepare your material for a CIFAR audience.
The following Power Point templates provide styles using the CIFAR visual identity and branding. The content inside includes a brief introduction to CIFAR that you can use should you need to incorporate this into your presentation.
Note: you can re-create the CIFAR red (PMS 032) using R:224/G:45 /B33 or HTML #E02D21 for digital formats.
Introduction to CIFAR: Slideshow
Master Slide Template
Here is a suggested template on how CIFAR fellows could include their CIFAR appointment in electronic or print correspondence. Note: there is no need to spell out the Institute’s full name if space is limited; the CIFAR acronym will suffice.
W. Thomas Boyce
Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry
UCSF Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics
3333 California Street, Suite 245
San Francisco, CA 94118
CIFAR Affiliation on Research Papers
When submitting research publications, CIFAR should be noted as an affiliate institution. Most major scientific publications accept multiple institutional affiliations so CIFAR can simply follow your primary affiliation, which likely is your home university.
To properly identify CIFAR as a secondary affiliation (following your home university as the primary institution), please use the following:
Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
CIFAR Program in insert name
Toronto, ON M5G 1Z8
or as an alternative,
Quantum Information Science Program, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1Z8, Canada.
Note: Though program names are not captured in citation data by ESI (i.e it is the “field” that you designate that enables tracking to your program), we encourage you to include your program name to improve its visibly in reports. You do not need to include the street address for CIFAR, just the full Institute name and the city and postal code.
When you include your CIFAR affiliation on the papers that you publish, your research will be collected in citation data related to the CIFAR program. As well, CIFAR will receive advance notice from the publications and can assist in bringing your research to the attention of the media.
For more information please contact email@example.com .