Dr. Lucien Weiss
Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering Physics (department page)
Member, Biomedical Engineering Institute
Researcher, TransMedTech Institute
Areas of interest include: biosensing, diagnostics, high-resolution microscopy, mechanobiology, single-molecule spectroscopy (biosketch)
Contact: lucien.weiss (AT) polymtl.ca
Interested in how the body works and how to improve it.
From France and loves to travel.
Interested in artificial organs, and how physical phenomena can be applied to save people.
From Martinique and LOVES cooking, especially Lasagna (mine are the best). Does meditation and likes to read books about feminism.
Interested in electromagnetic fields and their biomedical and environmental applications. Loves a big physics brainstorm :)!
From Belgium and enjoys travelling, diving and meeting people from all over the world.
Interested in microbiology, programming, and mechanics
Enjoys yoga and reading historical and fantasy books. Strongly believes brownies are the best dessert!
Interested in image processing, pattern recognition and deep learning.
A Swiss passionate about many sports which have something to do with snow, water or mountains. Likes to read, convers with others and cook delicious dinners.
Interested in image processing, machine learning and pattern recognition.
From Iran and loves animals, especially cats. Crazy about reading, especially science fiction books - Yes, Harry Potter! Enjoys swimming and running.
Interested in optics, subatomic physics and biology.
From France. Enjoys winter sports, getting lost on country roads, music and sitting on terraces.
Chemical Science and Engineering
Interested in Joining?
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For MS/PhD applicants: please submit a full coverletter describing how your research interests and background align and expands on the abilities of our group.
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Available project areas include: biosensing, diagnostics, high-resolution microscopy, mechanobiology, microfluidic imaging, single-molecule spectroscopy