Spotlight on NRC employees

 

Meet some of the NRC's talented and successful researchers working in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

Kent Bonsma-Fisher

- Toronto, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Axiel Yaël Birenbaum

- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Homin Shin

- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Yadienka Martinez-Rubi

- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Diana Facchini

- Mississauga, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Dr. Keith Ingold

- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Dr. Keun Su Kim

- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Dr. David Villeneuve

- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Dr. Chantal Paquet

- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre and program: Security and Disruptive Technologies
Industry: Advanced Materials, Environmental Monitoring Technologies, Micro and Nano Electronics 
Two rising stars at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) are joining an international delegation of scientists participating in the Japanese-Canadian Frontiers of Science Symposium in Okinawa, Japan this week. Chantal Paquet and Alan McConacchie are two of only 30 Canadians included in this prestigious invitation-only symposium. The event organized by the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), the Royal Society of Canada (RSC), and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR), will feature two days of interdisciplinary discussion on topics as diverse as artificial intelligence, advanced materials and the mysteries of the cosmos.