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Announcements

The CSACS is currently working in collaboration with the CQMF in order to join forces and create a new research powerhouse in materials science at the provincial and national levels.

CSACS Annual Meeting: May 3 & 4

This is an image of the 14<sup>th</sup> CSACS Annual Meeting
Please reserve this date on your calendar, Tuesday May 4th and Wednesday May 5th, 2016 for a joint meeting between CSACS and CQMF. This symposium will allow our researchers and our students, across Quebec, to know themselves better and target possible collaborations. Stay tune for more information in the next coming weeks.

During the past year and following a request from FRQNT, CQMF and CSACS have worked together to prepare the merge between the two strategic networks. Through a collaborative spirit and by respecting the values of both groups, we expect this new entity to become a leader in materials science across Quebec, Canada and the World.

The first joint meeting will be held at the École de technologie supérieure.

Seminar Series 2015-2016

Prof. Fiorenzo Omenetto

 

Tufts University, Boston, MA

Living materials: a life at the interface

Website

September 16/17 2015

UdeM/INRS

UdeM (PDF, 274 kb)

Prof. Seth Marder

 

Georgia Tech, Atlanta,GA

Interface Chemistry for Organic Electronics and Opto-electronics

Website

January 5/6/7, 2016

McGill/UdeM/Laval

McGill (PDF, 90 kb)

Grants

  1. Summer undergraduate research scholarships:

    We have budgeted for 4-7 students per yr. This program is also eligible for foreign and Canadian students. Applications to be submitted on or before February 14th, 2016. Please see the complete procedure on how to apply.

    Procedure

    Required documents

    • CSACS Summer Student application
    • Transcript of your grades
    Submit the required documents to:
    csacs.chemistry@mcgill.ca
  2. Jointly supervised inter-university graduate student scholarship:

    We have budgeted for 1-2 students per yr. If you have a joint project with a Centre member from another university and a prospective student for joint supervision, you can have the student apply for this scholarship. This is to promote more inter-university collaborations. The next deadline will be on December 1st, 2015. The award will become effective starting the Winter term 2016. To see our previous awardees please click here.

    Previous recipients

    Required documents

    • 1-2 pages of your research plan
    • Transcript of your grades
    • CV
    • Reference letter from your two supervisors
    Submit the required documents to:
    csacs.chemistry@mcgill.ca