Frederic Charbonneau

PhD candidate and Research Assistant

Frederic Charbonneau
Research interests

I am currently working on glass micro machining by Sparks-assisted chemical engraving (SACE). This work focus on the optimization of the machining parameters (the process cost, the machining speed and the quality of the machining). I have personal interest in microfluidic applications.

Biography
2014-present MASc in mechanical engineering, Departement of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada
2009-2013 B. eng. In engineering physics, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Montréal, Canada
2011-2012 International student exchange program, Université livre de Bruxelles (ULB), Bruxelles, Belgium
Awards
2015
  • Laureate of the best poster presentation Plasma Québec
  • Mobility award grant MESRT
2014
  • Laureate of the public & jury choice in the entrepreneurship competition ACFAS

2011

  • Student mobility grant
Recent Publications
  • Hof, L.A.*, Charbonneau, F., Wüthrich, R., "Spark assisted chemical engraving (SACE) - a versatile micro machining technology for microfluidic devices", The 98th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, June 13-17, 2015, Ottawa, ON, Canada
  • Hof, L.A.*, Charbonneau, F., Abou Ziki, D.J., "Glass micromachining by Spark Assisted Chemical Engraving (SACE)", Meeting Plasma-Quebec 2015, Montreal, QC, Canada
  • Charbonneau, F., Hof, L.A., Abou Ziki, D.J., "Gas film stability during Spark Assisted Chemical Engraving (SACE)", Meeting Plasma-Quebec 2015, Montreal, QC, Canada
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