CASHINAM Committee Member

Stéphane Ruggeri

Committee Member

Stéphane Ruggeri is acting as technology and innovation advisor. Prior to this, Stéphane was a senior chemist-électrochemist, research and development specialist for 12 years, where he has developed his network of Quebec and American companies. He has also developed NRC-PARI, Mitacs research grants and tax credits for research projects with breakthrough electrochemistry technology applied to the industry.

With a master’s degree in electrochemistry acquired at the National School of Electrochemistry and Electrometallurgy of Grenoble (ENSEEG) in 1998, Stéphane received a Ph.D. in Energy and Materials in 2002 at the National Institute of Scientific Research-Energy Materials and Telecommunication (INRS-EMT). Passionate by the storage of hydrogen and nanomaterials, he will continue his post-doctoral training with Mr. Jean-Pol Dodelet on fuel cells as part of a NSERC Research Chair with General Motors, at the National Institute of Scientific Research-Energy Materials and Telecommunications (INRS-EMT). He is author and co-author of 12 peer-reviewed publications.

As a technology and innovation advisor, Stéphane develops and animates the ecosystem for the industrial and advanced materials research community. In collaboration with NanoCanada, he leads a Canadian health and safety working group on nanotechnology and advanced materials, CASHINAM.

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Innovation at the Edges

Deep tech is often cultivated by scientific innovation and meaningful engineering innovation. Examples include cleantech, agtech, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, nanotechnology, advanced manufacturing, and biotechnology. Deep technologies are novel and lend themselves to cross disciplinary and cross sectoral approaches that are needed for today’s climate change and regenerative sustainability issues.

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