Martin Bolduc received a B.Sc. in Physics at UQTR (Trois-Rivières, QC) in 1998. He obtained his Ph.D. in Materials Science at INRS-EMT (Varennes, QC) in 2003, on plasma physics and nanomaterials under NSERC Scholarships. Martin was NSERC Post-Doctoral Fellow from 2003-2005 on spintronics at SUNY – AlbanyNanotech (Albany, NY). In 2005. he obtained a MIT Lincoln Lab Fellowship on silicon integrated perovskite optical isolators at MIT (Cambridge, MA).
From 2006-2009, he worked at Tekna Plasma Systems (Sherbrooke, QC) on microparticles manufacturing equipment. In 2009, he went to INO (Québec, QC) to work on THz imaging and advanced sensors for Defense & Security. In 2012, still at INO, he joined force with the CTO to start a new field of activities in printable electronics. In 2015, he obtained a Graduate Certificate in Printed Electronics and Functional Imaging from CalPoly (San Luis Obispo, CA). From 2018-2020, Martin was Director Advanced Technologies at Varitron.
Very recently, he has joined UQTR (Drummondville campus, QC) as an Associate Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department holding a Research Chair in Intelligent Manufacturing. He is currently involved in several collaborative projects granted by NSERC. Martin is also Adjunct Professor at ÉTS and Université de Sherbrooke / C2MI while a member of the Advisory Board of IntelliFlex. He is author/co-author of more than 60 publications and patents.
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