Collaborative Projects2020-03-24T16:03:07+00:00

Collaborative Projects

The main goal of this initiative is to create new bridges between research groups in different academic institutions. Furthermore, this program is a great opportunity to provide innovative preliminary research results that can be used to reach for other sources of funding.

Apply Now – deadline: June 30th

Requirements

  • The research projects must fit into the scientific program of the QCAM
  • The research proposal must be conducted in collaboration with at least two regular members of the CQMF/QCAM from at least two (2) different academic institutions;
  • The awarded grant must be used over a period of two (2) years and it will not be renewable;
  • Each funded research project will receive a total amount of $20 000 from the CQMF/QCAM divided over two (2) years;

How to submit?

  • A document of three (3) pages maximum (free format) describing the transdisciplinary project, the complementarity of the research team, the anticipated benefits, the relevance of this project for the QCAM and a realistic budget.
  • Please submit the required documents no later than June 30, 2020 (see the report template for more details).
  • The final report is due two months after the end of 2nd year of the grant.

2019-2021

Cuccia (Concordia), Oh (Concordia) and Vetrone (INRS)

Chiral Luminescent Amino Acid-Based Metallogels

Elkoun (UdeS) and Laroche (UL)

Élaboration et caractérisation de bio-composites PLA/fibres naturelles modifiées en surface par traitement combiné plasma et immersion dans une solution de lignine ou tanin

Friscic (McGill) and Wuest (UdeM)

Green Syntheses of Complex Carbon-Based Materials by Mechanochemistry

Mauzeroll (McGill) and Lafleur (UdeM)

Solid-state 2H NMR and molecular dynamics studies of redox-responsive liposomes: Understanding the mechanism of oxidatively-triggered membrane disassembly

Morin (UL) and Ma (INRS)

High Performance Organic Solar Cells: a New Approach based on Plasmonic Nanostructure-Decorated Graphene NanoRibbons

Orgiu (INRS) and Perepichka (McGill)

Drawing Molecular Patterns to Induce Superconductivity into Graphene

Roue (INRS), Boucherif (UdeS) and Guay (INRS)

Étude d’anodes à base de silicium nanostructuré pour batteries Li-ion

Zhao (UdeS) and Pellerin (UdeM)

Soft Fiber Actuators of Liquid Crystal Polymers Prepared through Electrospinning

March 2018-2020

Masson (UdeM) and Mauzeroll (McGill)

Multifunctional nanosensors for neuroscience: unraveling mechanisms of neurotransmission

Braidy (UdeS) and Martel (UdeM)

Nanocornes de carbone produits par plasma pour l’encapsulation de colorants

Ma (INRS) and Zhao (UdeS)

A Unique Approach Towards Smart Nano-Catalysts

Gagnon (UQAR) and Mantovani (UL)

Développement de revêtements antibactériens par plasma et greffage à base de chitosane modifié pour le domaine de la santé

Guay (INRS) and Rochefort (UdeM)

Production d’Ammoniaque par Réduction Électrocatalytique d’Azote Moléculaire (PARÉDAM)

Morin (UL) and Soldera (UdeS)

Polymère Conjugués à Base d’Anthanthrène : Synthèse et Évaluation des Propriétés Mécaniques pour Applications en Organique Électronique Flexible

Taghavi (UL) and Sun (INRS)

A Novel Centrifugal Spinning Strategy to Fabricate 1D Silicon/Graphene/Carbon Nanofiber Composite Anode for High Performance Lithium-ion Batteries

Oh (Concordia) and Morin (UL)

Development of robust self-healable luminescent cross-linked films based on block copolymer-stabilized semiconductor conjugated polymers.

November 2018-2020

Perepichka (McGill) and Izquierdo (ETS) 

Understanding the design rules for small molecule based organic solar cells

Majewski (Concordia), Bélanger (UQAM), Byers (UQAM) and Cuccia (Concordia) 

Conversion of electrochemically biomineralized carbonates to hybrid perovskite materials

Momen(UQAC) and Nazemi (UQAM)

Novel chemically heterogeneous functional surfaces for icephobic applications

Blum (McGill) and Ritcey (UL)

Optical characterisation of plasmonic nanoring – quantum dot assemblies

DeWolf (Concordia) and Badia (UdeM)

Phytoglycogen Nanoparticles – Natural Materials for Pulmonary Drug Delivery?

Ma (INRS) and Wang (Concordia)

High Performance Battery Materials Enabled by High Concentration Graphene Dispersions

Wang (Concordia) and Sun (INRS)

Design of Novel Intercalation Cathode Materials for Aqueous Rechargeable Zinc-Ion Battery

Van de Ven (McGill) and Soldera (UdeS)

Caractérisation des nanocristaux de cellulose – Association déterminante entre l’expérience et la simulation