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Kathy Beaudette is awarded a SPIE Scholarship - January 2012

Kathy Beaudette, a Masters student at the LODI, has won a SPIE Scholarship. She was honored at a ceremony held during Photonics West 2012 in San Francisco at the beginning of the year. The key criterion in evaluation and ranking applications is the "prospect for long-term contribution that the granting of an award will make to the field of optics, photonics or related field." Congratulations Kathy!

 

Kathy Beaudette, a Masters student at the LODI, has won a SPIE Scholarship. She was honored at a ceremony held during Photonics West 2012 in San Francisco at the beginning of the year. The key criterion in evaluation and ranking applications is the "prospect for long-term contribution that the granting of an award will make to the field of optics, photonics or related field." Congratulations Kathy!

 

Contagious talent at Polytechnique - January 2012

Two members of the LODI were chosen to take part in the 2012 promotional campaign of École Polytechnique. Pr. Boudoux and Nadir Goulamhoussen found themselves not only on you tube, but also on ads in Montreal's subway.

 

Two members of the LODI were chosen to take part in the 2012 promotional campaign of École Polytechnique. Pr. Boudoux and Nadir Goulamhoussen found themselves not only on you tube, but also on ads in Montreal's subway.

Professor Boudoux recognized at 2011 rendez-vous du savoir - October 2011

October 6th, 2011 - Tonight, the Palais des congrès de Montréal Recognition Award Gala takes place, where the partners of the Rendez-vous du Savoir will have the pleasure of announcing the winners of the second "Ça mérite d'être reconnu!" competition. Polytechnique Montréal is proud to announce that Caroline Boudoux, assistant professor in the Department of Engineering Physics and at the Biomedical Engineering Institute at Polytechnique, was selected from among a large number of candidates.

The "Ça mérite d'être reconnu!" competition was created to honour and promote the best researchers from academic institutions across Québec in three distinct categories: human and social sciences and arts and literature; natural sciences and engineering; and health. This year, four leading researchers were selected from a pool of 43 candidates representing 13 Québec universities. The 11-person multidisciplinary selection committee, with leaders from economic, scientific, and political fields, is chaired by Dr. Pavel Hamet, OQ, MD, PhD, a professor at Université de Montréal's Faculty of Medicine.

The four researchers stand out for the excellence of their work, which contributes to the advancement of knowledge in their respective fields. The respective applications of their work have already had, or are likely to have, significant positive impacts on society. "It's exciting to see that there is a strong new generation of researchers in our institutions who are passionate and ready to take up the torch," said jury chair Dr. Hamet. "After having the opportunity to examine the researchers' impressive projects, it is clear that our universities and research institutions are very fortunate in terms of talent, and we are proud to present them to the public. This initiative allows us to showcase new researchers, and to highlight the vitality of research in Québec, while raising public awareness of the impact of their research in daily life."

 

October 6th, 2011 - Tonight, the Palais des congrès de Montréal Recognition Award Gala takes place, where the partners of the Rendez-vous du Savoir will have the pleasure of announcing the winners of the second "Ça mérite d'être reconnu!" competition. Polytechnique Montréal is proud to announce that Caroline Boudoux, assistant professor in the Department of Engineering Physics and at the Biomedical Engineering Institute at Polytechnique, was selected from among a large number of candidates.

 

Pr. Boudoux makes the cover of Poly magazine! - September 2011

Pr. Boudoux makes the cover of the fall 2011 edition of Poly magazine, following her recognition at 2011 rendez-vous du savoir. She talks about her passion for biomedical imaging. To read the article, please click here.

 

Pr. Boudoux makes the cover of the fall 2011 edition of Poly magazine, following her recognition at 2011 rendez-vous du savoir. She talks about her passion for biomedical imaging. To read the article, please click here.

 

Congratulations to Kathy Beaudette for her presentation at the IRSSD Meeting - July 2010

Congratulations to Kathy Beaudette for her presentation named A Handheld Probe based on Optical Coherence Tomography for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries: A Feasibility Study... at the 2010 Meeting of The International Research Society of Spinal Deformities (IRSSD) intitulée A Handheld Probe based on Optical Coherence Tomography for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries: A Feasibility Study...

 

Congratulations to Kathy Beaudette for her presentation named A Handheld Probe based on Optical Coherence Tomography for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries: A Feasibility Study... at the 2010 Meeting of The International Research Society of Spinal Deformities (IRSSD) intitulée A Handheld Probe based on Optical Coherence Tomography for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries: A Feasibility Study...

LODI's own wasp makes the cover of the Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics!

Congratulations to Simon Lemire-Renaud whose paper got chosen to be on the frontpage of the Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics. Congratulations to all the team behind th DCFC (Dual-Clad Fiber Coupler)!

 

Congratulations to Simon Lemire-Renaud whose paper got chosen to be on the frontpage of the Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics. Congratulations to all the team behind th DCFC (Dual-Clad Fiber Coupler)!

Congratulations to Kathy Beaudette, winner at the XXVème congrès annuel de la recherche du CHU Ste-Justine - May 2010

More than 200 students attended the XXVème Congrès annuel de la recherche des étudiants gradués et post-gradués du Centre de recherche (25th annual meeting of graduates and post-graduates of Ste-Justine Hospital's Research Center). By having to give oralpresentations with the help of posters, students were given the chance to present their work to the scientific community.

Kathy Beaudette, a LODI M.Sc.A, won the Excellence Prize of The Network for Oral and Bone Health Researchfor her presentation named Application of OCT to minimally invasive surgery of the spine: first in vivo results. Congratulations!

 

More than 200 students attended the XXVème Congrès annuel de la recherche des étudiants gradués et post-gradués du Centre de recherche (25th annual meeting of graduates and post-graduates of Ste-Justine Hospital's Research Center)...

Image of the week on Optics Infobase - May 2010

Congratulations to Simon Lemire-Renaud whose 3D image of a bee taken with a spectrally encoded imagery system based on a double clad fiber coupler was chosen as image of the week on Optics InfoBase. With this technique, it is possible to get simultaneously an interferometric mesure of each pixel and an image in reflectance.

Congratulations to Simon Lemire-Renaud whose 3D image of a bee taken with a spectrally encoded imagery system based on a double clad fiber coupler was chosen as image of the week on Optics InfoBase.

Two LODI interns granted a NSERC internship - May 2010

Two interns, William Deschênes and Nadir Goulamhoussen , were given a NSERC internship for undergraduate summer projects due to their academic excellence and their motivation for research. Congratulations!

 

Two interns, William Deschênes and Nadir Goulamhoussen , were given a NSERC internship for undergraduate summer projects due to their academic excellence and their motivation for research. Congratulations!

Congratulations to our interns for doing an exchange program

Three interns in the LODI have been accepted as exchange students in prestigious universities all around the world. Congratulations to Dominic Morneau who is going to pursue his studies in Japan and to Geneviève Gariépy and Eliot Bolduc who are currently in Grenoble, France. Best of luck in your studies!

 

Three interns in the LODI have been accepted as exchange students in prestigious universities all around the world.

Kathy Beaudette and Eliot Bolduc presenting at Sainte-Justine Hospital

Kathy Beaudette, a second year intern, and Eliot Bolduc, a first year intern, were invited to give a conference on their summer project at le Mini Symposium d'été de l'Axe Maladies Musculosquelettiques et Sciences du Mouvement, organized by CHU Sainte-Justine and the École Polytechnique on august 13th, 2008. Eliot Bolduc even won the prize for the best presentation after a panel of four jurys evaluated all the presentations.

 

Kathy Beaudette, a second year intern, and Eliot Bolduc, a first year intern, were invited to give a conference on their summer project at le Mini Symposium d'été de l'Axe Maladies Musculosquelettiques et Sciences du Mouvement,

Geneviève Gariépy, winner of the Excelle Science prize

Geneviève Gariépy and Minister of Education Michelle CourchesneGeneviève Gariépy, undergratuate in Engineering Physics and currently intern at the LODI, is one of the two winners of the Excelle Science prize coming from the École Polytechnique. She received the Relève du ministère du Développement économique de l'Innovation et de l'Exportation prize. For more information, click on the following link: http://www.polymtl.ca/carrefour/article.php?no=2762.

 

Geneviève Gariépy, undergratuate in Engineering Physics and currently intern at the LODI, is one of the two winners of the Excelle Science prize coming from the École Polytechnique.

Nadir Goulamhoussen, winner at the I-STAR gala

Nadir Goulamhoussen, undergratuate in Engineering Physics and currently intern at the LODI, won a total of 5 000$ for his academic excellence at the first annual I-STAR gala held in Calgary on July 5th, 2008. For more information, click on the following link: http://www.canadianistar.ca/index2.html.

 

Nadir Goulamhoussen, undergratuate in Engineering Physics and currently intern at the LODI, won a total of 5 000$ for his academic excellence at the first annual I-STAR gala

Five LODI interns granted a NSERC internship

Five interns, Maxime Rivard, Eliot Bolduc, Geneviève Gariépy, Nadir Goulamhoussen and Dominic Morneau, were given a NSERC internship for undergraduate summer projects due to their academic excellence and their motivation for research. Congratulations!

 

Five interns, Maxime Rivard, Eliot Bolduc, Geneviève Gariépy, Nadir Goulamhoussen and Dominic Morneau, were given a NSERC internship

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