Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) invites applications for a Canada 150 Research Chair in Chemical Energy Storage and Renewable Energy Conversion. For further details, see the following PDF file.
CQMF is a research center dedicated to the study of new organic or hybrid materials of interest for specific functions other than structural ones. Materials are being developed for biomedical and environmental applications as well as for the field of energy technology. The center was first established in 2008 with the financial support of the Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la nature et les technologies (FQRNT).
The research group of Prof. Simon Rondeau-Gagné at the University of Windsor focuses his research on the development and synthesis of new organic materials for the next generation of electronic devices. For further details, see the following offer.
This position will involve work on a new industrial process (high pressure synthesis) and requires some knowledge in spectroscopy (NMR, EPR, IR, RAMAN, UV/VIS, MS). Please contact Amy Reckling (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
The Biocolloids and Surfaces Laboratory at McGill University has an immediate opening for an exceptional post-doctoral scholar in the field of nanotechnology. For further details, click here.
Available R&D chemist position available at Lavo inc., Montréal, Quebec. For further details, see the following offer.
The Département de chimie is seeking applications for one full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Polymer chemistry another one in Inorganic chemistry both specialized in the area of energy.
Malvern Instruments, Inc has an immediate opening for an Inside Sales Specialist based in Quebec Canada. This is a pivotal role in the pre-sales process at Malvern and is the first technical interaction between a prospective customer and the company. Click here for further details
Four different positions (2. Ph.D. and 2 PDF) are now available at University of Sherbrooke. The projects will be conducted at the Center of Innovative Technologies in Ecodesign (CITE) of University of Sherbrooke, under the supervision of Pr Saïd Elkoun and Pr Mathieu Robert. For further details, see the following offer.
Soon, a new website for the new center funded by FRQNT : CQMF/QCAM
The program for the 1st Annual QCAM Symposium is now available. Click here to download it.
Please note that this year all members will have to pay a registration fee of $100. This registration will include all the conferences and activities related to the Symposium, as well as all meals including the cocktail reception on Monday evening and the coffee breaks.
Registration required at
A) Call for abstracts
Submit your abstract in order to present your work through an oral or a poster presentation.
The deadline abstract submission is Monday, October 2nd at 4 pm. The abstract may be written in English or in French and must be limited to one page (see template below).
Title [bold - arial 11]
Philippe Dufour, Robert Gauvin, Armand Soldera…
Email of the presenter
[Abstract - arial 11] Supported lipid bilayers (SLBs) are commonly used as versatile biological membranes mimetics.1,2, These two-dimensional soft systems are choice models to study the structure and function of the cellular membrane and its components. The distance between the lower leaflet of the bilayer and the solid support is not sufficient to prevent lipid-solid surface interactions and ensuing frictions. This leads to a decrease in lipid mobility and, often, denaturation of incorporated transmembrane proteins. One popular approach to address…
1) Brian, A.; McConnell, H. M. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 1984, 81, 6159–6163.
2) Tamm, L. K.; McConnell, H. M., Biophys. J. 1985, 47, 105–113.
B) Communication activities
Oral presentations will take place during the parallel sessions in the afternoon of on Wednesday and Thursday will be grouped in thematic sessions according to six (6) research themes of CQMF/QCAM (self-assembly, nanoscience, polymers, energy, biomedical and environmental). This activity will allow for approximately 20 students to present their work in 20 minutes, including a 5 minutes question period.
The poster session will begin Monday, October23th at 6 pm. A cocktail dinner/buffet will be served during this activity. The maximum dimensions for a poster are 42 inches (107 cm) high by 60 inches (153 cm) wide.
C) Hotel reservation
Please note that traveling and accommodation fees and arrangements are your responsibility. The Delta Hôtel | Marriott à Sherbrooke grants a discount price to participant of the Symposium of 110$ per night plus taxes (total fee: 130,35$), for single or double occupation. A supplement of 20$ will be charged for any additional person.
T.: (819) 822-1989
For further information, please contact Mr. Philippe Dufour at <email@example.com>
Meanwhile, we wish you an excellent fall semester.
Looking forward seeing you at the Symposium!
The organizing committee
Congratulations to Myriam Laprise-Pelletier (Ph.D. student at ULaval) who received the étudiants-chercheurs étoiles award from the Fonds Nature et technologies. He work has been published (Low-Dose Prostate Cancer Brachytherapy with Radioactive Palladium–Gold Nanoparticles) has been published in the journal: Advanced Healthcare Materials.
The Organic Electronics of Highly Correlated Molecular Systems 2017 Montreal Workshop will be held from May 25th to 26th at McGill University. for further details, see the following attachement.
Surface Canada 2017, the biannual meeting of the Surface Science Division of Canadian Society for Chemistry and the Canadian Association of Physicists, will be hosted by Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec from May 9 to 12, 2017. For further details, see the website.
The 2017 IEEE Summer School on Nanotechnology will be held in Montreal from June 26th to June 30th. Registration is open till May 1st. For further details, see the following website: http://ieeen3summerschoolmtl.org/
Congratulations to the winner of this edition, Nariman Youssefi from McGill University, for his work on the interaction of nanoparticules with cell membranes.
Toward More Free-Floating Model Cell Membranes: Method Development and Application to Their Interaction with Nanoparticles, Nariman Yousefi, Andreas Wargenau, and Nathalie Tufenkji, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2016, 8, 14339−14348, DOI: 10.1021/acsami.6b00775
The students committee of CQMF would like to thank all contestants.
Please note that this year all members will have to pay a registration fee of $100 due to the recent budget cuts imposed on CQMF by our provincial government. This registration will include all the conferences and activities related to the Symposium, as well as all meals including the cocktail reception on Thursday evening and the coffee breaks.
Registration required at
October 30th 2015 at Université Laval
Please see the following PDF for further details.
Dr Yves Gossuin,
Département de Physique Biomédicale de l’Université de Mons (Belgique)
Time: 3:00 PM
Place: Amphithéâtre Fisher, Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec (CHUL), Door TR-54
For more information, click here.