Andre Moreau

 

Roles and responsibilities

Team Leader, System Integration / Prototypes

Experimental physicist. I research and develop ultrasonic and optical sensors to characterize the microstructure, chemical composition, and properties of materials. I use these sensors to solve industrial problems in process development, process control, and quality control, or problems relevant to the environment. Applications of my work are mostly on metals, but also include polymers, ceramics, and fluids. My team is expert at transforming lab demonstrations into fully functional prototype systems that are tested in real applications, including during industrial processing of materials in large plants. Examples of past and recent work include:

LUMet: Laser-ultrasonic sensor for the characterization of the microstructure and thermomechanical kinetics of metals. Commercialized by Dynamic Systems Inc.

PyroLIBS: Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy to analyze the composition of molten metals, including molten matte and molten steel at up to 1650 C. In the process of transferring the technology to a commercial partner.

Microbial fuel cell sensor for the measurement of water toxicity, either for water treatment plants or for natural water bodies. Looking for a commercial partner.

State-of-Charge and State-of-Health measurement of flow batteries.

Education

Ph. D. Condensed matter physics, Northwestern University, Evanston IL, 1991

B. Sc. Physics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, McGill Universirty, Montreal QC, 1985

Andre Moreau

Andre Moreau

Senior Research Officer
Energy, Mining and Environment
75 Mortagne Blvd
Boucherville, Quebec J4B 6Y4
Preferred language: French
Other(s): English, Spanish, French
Telephone: 450-641-5237

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Expertise

Materials, Processing, Minerals and Metals, Non-destructive Testing (NDT), Metallurgy, Sciences, Physics, Atomics, molecular and optical physics