michealProfessor Ménard was born in Québec city, QC, Canada 무조건 mp3. He received the B.Eng. and PhD degree in electrical engineering from McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada, in 2002 and 2009, respectively. At McGill, he worked on the design and implementation of novel devices for optical telecommunication applications, including spatial formatting in dense wavelength division multiplexer and broadband high-density electro-optical space switches in III-V waveguides download simplify3d. From 2009 to 2011, he was a post-doctoral fellow with the Cornell Nanophotonics Group under the supervision of Prof. Michal Lipson. At Cornell, he investigated broadband wavelength conversion with silicon waveguides for fiber and free space telecommunication in collaboration with Prof 쿠키요미. Alexander Gaeta, also from Cornell, and Prof. Keren Bergman from Columbia University. The free space telecommunication work involved wavelength conversion between the near and the mid-infrared and was part of DARPA CIPhER program Paralls free.

In June 2011, Prof. Ménard joined the microelectronic program at UQAM as an assistant professor. He is an active member in two institutional centers: the center for Co-design and Fabrication of Microsystems (CoFaMic) and NanoQAM, the research center on nanomaterials and energy download mac mysql workbench. At the provincial level, he is involved in the Center for Optics, Photonics and Lasers (COPL) and the Microsystems Strategic Alliance of Québec (ReSMiQ) Naver Sharing Gothic.

Research Interests

  • Integrated Optics
  • Silicon Photonics
  • Optical Telecommunications
  • Optical Interconnects
  • Microfabrications
  • Nonlinear Optics
  • Optical Sensors

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Address: Michaël Ménard
              Computer Science Department
              Président Kennedy Building, room PK-4620
              B.P Xshell free. 8888, succursale Centre ville
              Montréal, Québec H3C 3P8
Phone:   (514) 987-3000 ext: 1792 
Email:    menard.michael@uqam.ca