No Name Firstname Academic Project Photo_file Meritas Biography
5 Popovici Eugen Programmation de nouvelles fonctionnalités pour Group-Office
4 Le Cocq Cécile Associée de recherche CRITIAS 2.0 Assistante technique et administrative pour CRITIAS Cécile Le Cocq, Ing. graduated from ESME-Sudria (École spéciale de mécanique et d’électricité, France) in electronics, signal processing and telecommunications in 2001. She obtained her Master’s degree in acoustics at the Université de la Méditerranée (France) in 2002 and a Ph.D. at the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), Université du Québec in 2010. She was a research associate in a collaborative research project on hearing protection devices between the IRSST (Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail) and the ÉTS. She is now acting as professional acoustics engineer consultant and she is also a research associate within the Industrial Research Chair in In-Ear Technologies (CRITIAS). Her research interests include audio signal processing and acoustics as well as the application of signal processing to acoustics.
3 Monsarrat-Chanon Hami Technical Lead (ARP) et Ingénieur R2D Team awards: • AHR Expo 2012 Innovation Awards, Honorable mention Plumbing: CAN2GO DA2 Intelligent Wireless Valve Actuator • AHR Expo 2011 Innovation Awards, Winner Software: CAN2GO embedded BAS IP Web Interface • AHR Expo 2010 Innovation Awards, Honorable mention Building Automation: CAN2GO for Building Automation • Prix Innovation, Concours Entrepreneurs en Actions, CDEC Rosemont-Petite-Patrie 2008 Personal awards : • Best end of studies project - 2000 - College Diploma in Computerized Systems Technology, Cégèp de Sherbrooke Hami possesses a formation in electrical engineering. He cumulates over 15 years of professional experience within R&D teams of small organisations. He worked on various projects ranging from medical apparatus to utility instrumentation systems. His primary field of action is embedded software development. He is also active in the areas of electronic development as well as system architecture and has done some mechanical design. In a recent startup project, he led the embedded software development team and acted as a software development director toward the release of the award-winning CAN2go building control solutions. After a multinational had acquired the company, Hami looked for different types of challenges and went back to school where he completed a graduate diploma under Professor Jérémie Voix. He is now acting as a research associate within the CRITIAS. Hami enjoys evolving within creative and dynamic teams. Currently working on audio and bio-signal applications, he hopes to learn more on how nature accomplishes its engineering tasks.
2 Dumoulin Romain Assistant de recherche au laboratoire d'acoustique industrielle du département de génie mécanique
1 Delnavaz Aidin Mechanical Design of In-Ear Wearables for EERS-ÉTS Industrial Research Chair in In-Ear Technologies Selected paper based on novelty and scientific impact for the "Highlights of 2014" in the Journal of Smart Materials and Structures (2014). The best industry-oriented PhD dissertation award, Ministry of industries and Mines, Iran (2010). Intelligent Graduate Student Fellowship, Sharif University of Technology, Iran (2008). Aidin Delnavaz received B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees, all in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology in Iran in 2002, 2004 and 2010 respectively. Since 2010, He has been with Sonomax-ÉTS industrial research chair in in-ear technologies where he is currently an associate researcher. His research interests are in the area of vibrations, dynamics and Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS). He is currently working on energy harvesting from the human body movement to power wearable or portable electronic devices. He is also a lecturer in the department of Mechanical Engineering at École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS) and École polytechnique de Montréal since 2014.