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Professor (external), Contributor (external)
Researcher (ÉTS), Assistant Professor (ÉTS)
Researcher (external), Professor (external)
Researcher (external), Contributor (ÉTS)
Assistant Professor (ÉTS)
Student (ÉTS), Research Assistant (external)
Student (ÉTS), Assistant Professor (ÉTS)
Alpa J Shah
Ana Carolina Riekstin
Researcher( ÉTS), Student (external)
Researcher (ÉTS), Student (ÉTS)
Student (ÉTS), Contributor (ÉTS)
Student (ÉTS), Research Assistant (ÉTS)
Researcher (ÉTS), Professor (ÉTS)
Claude Y. Girard
Research Assistant (ÉTS)
Daniel R. Rousse
Research Assistant (external)
Do Alexis Sanou
Researcher( ÉTS), Professor (ÉTS)
Duong Tuan Nguyen
Researcher( ÉTS), Student (ÉTS)
Fabrice Chilly Ngamaleu
Florent Lado Nogning
Researcher (external), Student (ÉTS)
Gian Luca Marcialis
Guilherme M. O. Barra
Researcher (external), Assistant Professor (external)
Hébert C. Mineau
Held Barbosa De Souza
Ismail Ben Ayed
Jacques De Guise
Joel M. Zinsalo
John Michael McGuffin
Juan Carlos Ramírez Muñoz
Kamal Al Haddad
Kim Khoa Nguyen
Kristof Boucher Charbonneau
Laetitia De Polo
Larbi Amine Amar
Luis Felipe Gerlein Reyes
Luis Hernan Garcia Paucar
M. Ali Akber Dewan
Mamane Moustapha Dodo Amadou
Marc André Larin
Marcelo M. Wanderley
Marie-Laure De Boutray
Marie-Renée De Sève Leboeuf
Michel Joel Tchatchueng Kammegne
Mohamed Hédi Békir
Nicole R. Demarquette
Oscar Carranza Moyao
Rabidranath Romero Lopez
Radu Bogdan Dancila
Rafael S. Kurusu
René Jr Landry
Roberto S. Félix Patrón
Rory V. O'Connor
Satyaveer S. Chauhan
Researcher( ÉTS), Professor (external)
Sylvain G. Cloutier
Tara Nath Subedi
Teodor Lucian Grigorie
Xavier De Briey
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on the development of a smart coating and an anticorrosive surface treatment, the development of a coating with electrical properties that allow it to dissipate electrical charges, and rethinking surface-preparation processes using future technologies that are more virtuous, flexible and economical.
At ÉTS, this Canada Research Chair is working on developing new modelling and simulation methodologies pertaining to aircraft and helicopter flight dynamics and control, as well as active command and adaptive technologies that will reduce fuel consumption.
At ÉTS, this Canada Research Chair is working on the design and development of new coatings, biomaterials, and implants to improve treatment of pathologies, particularly cardiovascular pathologies. The team has a particular interest in endovascular treatments that are less invasive than conventional surgery.
At ÉTS, this Canada Research Chair is working on a better understanding of how vertebral fractures and spinal cord injuries occur in accidents to help reduce their incidence and severity, and find therapeutic approaches that can prevent further injuries. New developments will also result in more efficient active and passive protection devices.
At ÉTS, this Canada Research Chair is working on the development of a new class of affordable hybrid nano-engineered optoelectronic materials that can be integrated in simple devices. The research focuses on light sources and solar cells to develop new optoelectronic materials and light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
At ÉTS, this Canada Research Chair is working on designing robots and developing methods to assess and increase their absolute accuracy. Research is largely focused on the aerospace industry and the medical community, where robot accuracy is a critical issue.
At ÉTS, this Canada Research Chair is working on the development of machine-learning and artificial-intelligence systems based on a sustainable smart eco-cloud platform, sensors, data collectors, and analytical tools designed to gather information on ecosystems and on all stakeholders.
At ÉTS, this Canada Research Chair is working on innovations related to low-dose biplane X-ray techniques, automated digital medical image processing, 3D geometric and biomechanical modelling of biostructures, and computer-assisted evaluation of medical, orthopaedic, surgical and rehabilitation treatments.
At ÉTS, this Canada Research Chair is working to improve the energy efficiency of static converters, the energy quality in electrical distribution networks, and the development of electric power supply sources for telecommunication systems and electric traction systems for passenger transport.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on the study of the current technological state and upgrade potential of long-distance communication equipment installed in the last twenty years in a number of countries, so they can support modern telecommunications and also be used to carry data.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on a better understanding of fundamental problems related to rehabilitation and infrastructure strengthening to develop innovative materials and structural components in order to obtain high-performing, economical materials structures.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on facilitating the work of operators by giving them access to a decision support system based on artificial intelligence so that they can monitor a large number of surveillance cameras simultaneously (100,000 and more) while decreasing the number of false alarms.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on the development of diagnostic tools to improve the processing of millions of images generated by magnetic resonance imaging, CT scan, ultrasound and X-ray equipment to better recognize or confirm abnormalities, allowing patients to receive prompt and accurate treatments.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on the development of new thermoplastic-based polymer and nanocomposite blends to make them lighter, more resistant, biocompatible, more environmentally friendly, capable of dissipating thermal energy and conducting electricity, and hydrophilic or hydrophobic, as required.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on the development of predictive, preventive and corrective decision-support tools to ensure the stability of electric networks. Contingency analyses through simulations will serve to classify networks, and implement measures and corrective actions to maintain stability.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on a better understanding of the relationship between design, process, microstructure and properties of components produced by additive manufacturing technologies, to take advantage of the design freedom and transformation potential they provide in the medical and aerospace fields.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on the development of new sensor technology and algorithms to enhance interactive robot autonomy and their ability to perceive human environments more effectively, so that they can develop in complex and unstructured environments and safely share work spaces with humans.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on strengthening the physical layer security of wireless networks to increase the security of data transmission and make it less vulnerable to cyber attacks. Research efforts will complement current cryptographic techniques that protect information during data reception.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on a better understanding of terahertz electromagnetic wave generation and detection. Using the cutting-edge equipment acquired for this Chair, researchers will be able to develop new standardized methods for materials analysis and new tools to simplify solutions at reduced cost.
This ÉTS Research Chair is studying the influence of high-resistance alloy shaping parameters on microstructure evolution and in-use properties using a micro-macro and multi-scale approach. A better understanding of the interactions between materials–processes–properties will help the industry become more competitive.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on the development of better prosthetics and the enhancement of quality of life for people requiring orthopedic care. The Chair works in the following fields: 3D imaging, computer-assisted surgery, osteoarthritic biomechanics, prosthetic loosening, and clinical trials of joint and ligament prostheses.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on the development of innovative material platforms for in-ear hardware using audio signal processing and biosignal extraction algorithms. The technology will provide hearing protection, hearing aids, two-way communication and brain-computer interfaces.
This ÉTS Research Chair is working on updating practices in the Quebec construction industry through research and the implementation of new practices based on emerging technology platforms. The main objective is to provide resources, tools and know-how so that the construction industry remains competitive.