NanoQAM researchers are involved at various levels in research into the fight against COVI-19. Several of them have notably given interviews to Radio Canada during the last few days on this subject.
Laurence Savignac is preparing a doctorate in chemistry at the University of Quebec in Montreal under the supervision of Pr. Steen Schougaard, member of NanoQAM.
Last May, the J.J. Archambault Prize from the Eastern Canada Council of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) was awarded to Professor Frédéric Nabki, of the Department of Electrical Engineering at ETS.
Four professors who are members of NanoQAM obtained one hundred and sixty five thousand dollars in the 2018-2019 grant competition of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC),
The Quebec Research Funds - Society and Culture, Health, Nature and Technology - have announced the results of the 2019-2020 grant competitions. Professor Joshua Byers, member of NanoQAM, obtained a research grant in the amount of $ 40,000.
From November 2-4, 2018, the group of Prof. Mathieu Frenette (deputy director of NanoQAM) welcomed researchers at UQAM for the 46th conference of the Physical Organic Mini Symposium (POMS).
Professor Mathieu Frenette from the Department of Chemistry at UQAM and the NanoQAM research center have just made available to the various academic and industrial players in the nanotechnology fields a new confocal microscope coupled to a Raman spectrometer allowing to obtain spectra of specific sample areas.
The Quebec Research Funds - Society and Culture, Health, Nature and Technology - have announced the results of the 2018-2019 grant competitions. Professor Joshua Byers, member of NanoQAM, obtained a research grant for his project on the studies of hybrid electrocatalysts on the nano scale.
The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) recently announced investments of more than $ 554 million in 117 infrastructure projects at 61 universities, colleges and research hospitals in Canada.