as a spinoff company from the Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal (Canada).
What does EPDM stand for?
EPDM stands for Ecole Polytechnique De Montreal (French: Polytechnic School of Montreal; Quebec, Canada)
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We have 18 other meanings of EPDM in our Acronym Attic
- Extreme Packet Devices Incorporated (Kanata, Canada; Boston, MA)
- European Powder Diffraction Conference
- Educators' Professional Development Institute Series (Michigan Technological University; Houghton, MI)
- Electronic Pilot Display and Information System (project; Germany)
- East Power Development Ltd.
- Edge Pumped Disk Laser
- Erosive Pustular Dermatosis of the Leg (dermatology)
- Etobicoke Pub Dart League (Canada)
- Evaluated Photon Data Library (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
- European Polymer Dispersions and Latex Association
- École Pratique des Métiers (French trade school)
- Ends per Decimeter (measurement)
- Engineering Product Data Management
- Entente Provençale Digne Manosque (French volleyball forum)
- Enterprise Product Data Management
- Ethylene Propylene Diene Methylene
- Ethylene Propylene Dimonomer (industrial/commercial piping/plumbing components)
- Electrical Power Distribution Network
- Executive Producer Douglas Netter (Babylon 5 game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal et Faculte de genie de I' Universite' McGill A Montreal, la Faculte de genie de McGill et I'Ecole Polytechnique connaissent des developpements fort differents.
BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD Students at Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal went to the qualifying race of the American Solar Challenge with their first solar car, Esteban.
Jarislowsky Professor of Economics and Industrial Engineering at the Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal and professor of economics at the University of Montreal.
Researchers from Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal recently used magnetic particles to do just that.