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COPL Annual Conference 2022
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2022 : International Year of Glass
(26 July 2021)» Read more
Anne-Sophie Poulin-Girard appointed to the NSERC Council
(15 June 2021)» Read more

Openings for PhD student and PDF


Master's/PhD project (UL)
Optical sensors

Sentinel North - Several Master's, PhD and Postdoc projects
Interdisciplinary, funded projects

Optical Networking

PhD - Université de Sherbrooke
Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging

Professor - Université de Sherbrooke
Integrated photonics and nanotechnology

PhD or PDF project (ETS)
Quantum Communication and Metrology Using Specialty Optical Fibers

Research Scientist (UL)
High-speed optical communications

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Optical Communications (UL)
Machine Learning Empowered Optical Communications

Master's in collaboration with industry (UL)
Metallic surface processing by laser

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Optical Communications (UL)
Experimental research in spatial multiplexing

Master's and PhD projects (UL)
COVID-19 diagnostic test

Several positions to fill in Daniel Côté's lab (UL)
Master's, PhD, Post-doc, Coordinator

Canada Research Chair Tier II, Concordia University
Nanomaterials for Sustainable Energy

Assistant professor-Tenure-Track Position, Concordia University
Experimental Quantum Materials and Technologies

Journée du COPL 2014 / 25e Anniversaire

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The COPL is the Quebec cluster of recognized experts in optics and photonics. Its research excellence, state-of-the-art facilities and comprehensive scientific program position the COPL among the best centers in the world for optics and photonics training and research.

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The COPL's activities are supported by the Fonds de recherche sur la nature et les technologies du Québec.


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