By cossette - Posted on 22 July 2011

Research Projects for Graduate et Postgraduate Students

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Why doing a research project at INRS? One of the key things that sets INRS apart is that the research we conduct is the result of close collaboration between professors and their multidisciplinary teams, made up of postdoctoral researchers, research associates, professors, and students. For graduate and postgraduate students, a research project is an excellent way to gain scientific training at the graduate level at a unique, state-of-the-art university that may ultimately become topic of a master's or doctoral dissertation.
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Water, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Eau Terre Environnement Research Centre





Green Energy, New Materials and Advanced Technologys
Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre



Designing Efficient and Affordable Energy Materials by Manipulating Disorder

Research Supervisor : Kulbir Ghuman


Next generation smart nanomaterials (MSc or PhD in Materials Science)

Research Supervisor : Alain Pignolet


Optimization of a Laser-Generated Proton Beam System and Applications (MSc or PhD in Science of Materials and Energy)

Research Supervisor : Patrizio Antici


Research and development for the manufacturing of monoclonal antibodies (PhD in Science of Materials and Energy and postdoc)

Research Supervisor : Marc Gauthier







INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier Research Centre




Biology of the interactions between Leishmania parasites and the immune system (MSc or PhD in Virology and Immunology)

Research Supervisor : Albert Descoteaux


Research Supervisor : Charles Calmettes
Structural and functional basis of outer-membrane biogenesis (MSc in applied microbiology or PhD in Biology)
Research Supervisor : Charles Calmettes
Research Supervisor : Charles Gauthier
Research Supervisor : Charles Gauthier


INRS research projects graduate students