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DUBOIS, Charles

Charles DUBOIS
Full Professor
Polytechnique Montréal
Phone: 514-340-4711 ext:4893
Expertises Polymerization and Reactive Compounding, Energetic Materials


Charles Dubois is a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, Québec, Canada. He has obtained his engineering degree from Universite de Sherbrooke, completed a Master degree from the same university and finally got his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Universite Laval (Qc). He joined the Center for Applied Research on Polymers, CRASP, in July 2002 following a career as a scientist at the Canadian Department of National Defence where he got himself known for his research on solid rocket propellant and solid fuels based on energetic materials. He participated to several international projects in that field. Since his arrival to CREPEC, professor Dubois research interests are focused on processing of thermoset polymers, compatibilization of ultrafine powders and substrates and also on the synthesis of specialty polymers.

Actual research interests

  • Grafting of polymers and oligomers to nanoclays
  • Chemorheology of thermoset polymers
  • Grafting and polymerization of polyolefin to metal nanopowders
  • Rheology of ultrafine metal powders viscous suspensions
  • Synthesis of energetic polymers
  • Stochastic simulation of polymerization reactions
  • Combustion and thermal degradation of polymers
  • Polymerization of polylactides

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