NSERC-funded projects by Éric Guilbert, Davoud Torkamaneh, Sébastien Tremblay, Philippe Giguère, Claude-Guy Quimper, Alexandre Campeau-Lecours and Benoit Gosselin
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) recently released the results of its 2022 research grants competition. Among them, seven researchers, members or collaborators, have had their projects funded: Éric Guilbert (FFGG), Davoud Torkamaneh (FSAA), Sébastien Tremblay (FSS) as well as Philippe Giguère, Claude-Guy Quimper, Alexandre Campeau-Lecours and Benoit Gosselin (FSG).
More information on funded projects
Alexandre Campeau-Lecours (FSG) / Intelligent Assistive Technologies in Rehabilitation Engineering for People Living with Upper Limb Disabilities (32k$)
Philippe Giguère (FSG) / Richer Sensors and Challenging Environments: Filing A Gap in Training Field Robotic Perception Systems (35k$)
Benoit Gosselin (FSG) / Innovative Biomedical Microsystems Driven by Data and Artificial Intelligence (64k$)
Éric Guilbert (FFGG) / A Novel Approach for Landform Classification Based on Salience Detection Integrating Expert Knowledge and Deep Learning (26k$)
Claude-Guy Quimper (FSG) / Filtering Algorithms Based on Lagrangian Relaxation (41k$)
Davoud Torkamaneh (FSAA) / Discovering the Epigenetic Mechanism and Factors that Influence Sex Change in Dioecious Cannabis (50,5k$)
Sébastien Tremblay (FSS) / Parametrization and Validation of the N-SEEV Attention Model for Visual and Auditory Scenes (39k$)
Complete list of Université Laval researchers’ projects funded by NSERC in 2022
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