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Research Chair in Polymer Chemistry

2024-03-15T10:11:01-04:0018 December 2023|

The UQAM Board of Directors approved the creation, on December 14, of a new strategic chair for a three-year term for Professor Ali Nazemi, member of NanoQAM.

ZetaSizer instrument

2024-03-15T09:43:19-04:002 August 2023|

NanoQAM has just made available to the various academic and industrial players in the fields of nanotechnology a new ZetaSizer instrument. This apparatus makes it possible to carry out measurements of the distribution of the particle size, the Zeta potential, and the concentration of the particles.

Vanier Scholarship Winner

2024-03-15T11:53:37-04:0021 February 2023|

Mélanie Côté-Cyr obtains the most prestigious graduate scholarship in Canada. Doctoral student Mélanie Côté-Cyr is among the recipients of the 2022 Vanier scholarship. Worth $50,000 per year for three years, the Vanier scholarship is awarded according to three main criteria: excellence of the academic record, the potential for research and leadership skills.

FTIR-PM-IRRAS and in-situ instrument

2023-01-30T10:55:33-05:0030 January 2023|

Professor Mohamed Siaj of the Department of Chemistry at UQAM and the NanoQAM research center have just made a new FTIR instrument available to various academic and industrial players in the fields of nanotechnology. This device can perform surface measurements using the FTIR-PM-IRRAS, FTIR-in-situ and FTR-ATR techniques.

New 3D microscope

2023-01-30T12:08:59-05:005 December 2022|

Professor Ricardo Izquierdo at ETS and the NanoQAM research center have just made a new 3D microscope available to various academic and industrial players in the fields of nanotechnology.

Canada Research Chairs Program Grant

2022-12-16T10:53:35-05:0024 November 2022|

Le 16 novembre dernier, le ministre de l’Innovation, des Sciences et du Développement économique François-Philippe Champagne a annoncé les résultats de plusieurs programmes de financement de la recherche, dont le programme de Chaires de recherche du Canada. Le Pr. Bourgault bénéficiera d’un appui dans le cadre de ce programmes pour un montant de 100 000 $ par année pendant 5 ans.

Photo-Induced Force Microscope (PiFM)

2022-10-05T08:59:09-04:005 October 2022|

Professor Mohamed Siaj of the Department of Chemistry at UQAM and the NanoQAM research center have just made available to the various academic and industrial players in the fields of nanotechnology a Photo-Induced Force microscope unique in Quebec. This microscope allows simultaneous topographic (AFM) and spectroscopic (PiFM) measurements.