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Full Professor
École Polytechnique
Relations Process - Structure - Physical properties of polymer films, fibres and nanofibers, nanocomposites, multilayer films and fibers, functional films and fibers, fibers and films polymer structures for biomedical applications.
Assistant Professor
École Polytechnique
Research interests
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD);
  • Fundamental and applied fluid mechanics;
  • Process Intensification;
  • Multiphysics modeling;
  • Granular flows;
  • Multiphase flows;
  • Discrete Element Method (DEM);
  • Additive manufacturing;
  • Topology optimization;
  • High Performance Computing;
  • Open source software development
Associate Professor
École Polytechnique
SELF- HEALABLE CONDUCTING POLYMERS  STRETCHABLE ELECTRONICS  IN VIVO ORGANIC BIOELECTRONICS  PATTERNING AND PRINTING FOR FLEXIBLE ELECTRONICS  METAL OXIDE ELECTRONICS  MIXED IONIC ELECTRONIC TRANSPORT IN ORGANIC DEVICES  CARBON BASED ELECTRODES FOR ORGANIC THIN FILM TRANSISTORS
Professor
École de Technologie Supérieure
Dielectric properties of polymers and composites. Degradation of insulating systems and development of diagnostic technique to assess the health of insulating system for high voltage application
Assistant Professor
Université Concordia
3D printing, design for additive manufacturing, topology optimization, mass customization, CAD/CAM, advanced/traditional manufacturing, geometric and solid modeling, robotics, computer vision, image processing, machine learning, and medical devices
Assistant Professor
McGill University
  1. Developing nanomaterials as sensors for food safety. Electrospun nanofabrics have very large surface area to volume ratio and excellent pore-interconnectivity. It is easy to incorporate the sensing and reacting compounds in the nanostructure to achieve the quickly starting signaling pathway and fast treatment.
  2. Developing ‘smart’ biomaterials for functional food, which allow the controlled release of several incorporated compounds in the desired sequence to achieve synergistic functionalities.
  3. Developing environmentally compatible materials with high performance for replacement of petroleum based plastics and foams, and enabling a better understanding of their microstructure and bulk features (mechanical strength, permeability, degradation, etc.).