Associated with industrial or international partners, discover with whom our professors have collaborated during the year to broaden their research possibilities.

Chemistry and Biomolecular Sc.
Professor Tom Woo and his team of graduate students
Chemistry and Biomolecular Sc.

Carbon capture, utilization, and storage – one step closer to decarbonization

In our quest to mitigate the effects of climate change, countries around the world are implementing policies to reduce carbon emissions and technological measures to promote decarbonization.
Physics
Professor Adina Luican-Mayer and her team of students
Physics

Adaptive thermal camouflage

A novel technology to render objects ‘invisible’ to infrared cameras.
Chemistry and Biomolecular Sc.
PhD student Omkar Zilka, Professor Derek Pratt and PhD student Melodie Mallais
Chemistry and Biomolecular Sc.

Combating diseases by understanding molecular mechanisms

Our body is composed of trillions of cells that provide structure for the body, absorb nutrients from food, generate energy, and carry out specialized functions.

Biology
Members of the Kassen lab Rachel Nicholson, Dr. Aaron Hinz, Dr. Sonal Shewarmani, Professor Rees Kassen and Alexandra Hicks
Biology

Detecting COVID-19 in the built environment

Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in high traffic hospital settings.
Earth and Environmental Sc.
Professor Clément P. Bataille and Postdoctoral Fellow Felipe Dargent
Earth and Environmental Sc.

Spruce budworm isotope geolocation

Monitoring defoliating insects in the Boreal Forest.
Mathematics and Statistics
Professor Frithjof Lutscher and Postdoctoral Fellow Sébastien Portalier
Mathematics and Statistics

Conserving Canada’s forests using mathematical modelling

Math is more than just crunching numbers. It is modelling for events using past conditions. It is analyzing data and collaborating with others in fields that can benefit from numerical simulation.