Anton Boudreau Ninkov, a specialist in information visualization, has joined the School of Library and Information Sciences (EBSI).
Portrait of two scientists who worked at the Institute for Research on Exoplanets
Professor Yoshua Bengio has just been named the third most cited researcher in the world, according to a ranking published by Stanford University in California. What road leads to such a high profile?
Professor Patrick Garon-Sayegh of the Faculty of Law, an expert on rules of evidence, explores the limits of the quest for truth when lawyers are defending their clients’ interests.
Catherine Xhardez, a new professor in the Department of Political Science, is an expert on immigration policy and federalism who believes it is possible to “integrate in order to exist.”
Vice-Rector Valérie Amiraux discusses the University's commitment to community partnerships and invites organizations to build new relationships with UdeM.
Starting Nov. 2, Université de Montréal’s rector will head up the board of the Canadian Research Knowledge Network for a three-year term.
Further finds from an infant burial in Italy provides insights on the use of baby carriers and family heirlooms in prehistory, an UdeM-led study reveals.
Renowned quantum cryptographer Gilles Brassard has won the Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, a first for an UdeM professor.
UdeM vice-rector and professor Marie-Josée Hébert takes the helm of the Governing Council of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.