Member services

Researchers

Membership types

REGULAR MEMBERS

A regular member is a researcher who contributes significantly to the achievement of the scientific programming or physical infrastructure of the strategic cluster. A person from a member institution must have been a collaborating member for at least one year. Every other person must, to become a regular member, have been a collaborating member for at least 3 years. See the statutes to know how to apply.

COLLABORATING MEMBERS

A collaborating member is a researcher contributing on an ad hoc or occasional basis to the realization of the scientific programming or material infrastructure of the strategic cluster. See the statutes to know how to apply.

Why be a member of CentrEau?
  • Get to know each other: know who is working on water in Quebec
  • Have a greater significance (public decision making, for example)
  • Seed money for research projects
  • Networking
  • Joint grant applications
  • Support for events organized by members
  • Student symposia
  • Consolidate information on water
  • Outreach: the student outreach program will give you opportunities to share your research outside your university
  • Website : an information tool where you can share your news and share materials
 
 
  • Possible services to students and researchers:
  • Writing assistance for the Common CV for professors
  • Writing assistance for students
  • Assistance in writing grant applications, projects, etc.
  • Workshops for languages, writing, communications, networking, etc.
  • Other services not offered by departments and faculties 

Become a member!

How can you become a member?

Regular members

A regular member is a researcher who contributes significantly to the achievement of the scientific programming or physical infrastructure of the strategic cluster. A person from a member institution must have been a collaborating member for at least one year. Every other person must, to become a regular member, have been a collaborating member for at least 3 years.

You must submit your application to your institutional representative (ifapplicable) and to the director of the cluster :

  • Canadian Common CV, up to date
  • Letter of application (consult the statutes for details)

Collaborating members

A collaborating member is a researcher contributing on an ad hoc or occasional basis to the realization of the scientific programming or material infrastructure of the strategic cluster.

You must submit your application to your institutional representative (ifapplicable) and to the director of the cluster :

  • Canadian Common CV, up to date
  • Letter of application (consult the statutes for details)

Student and employee members

Ask your supervisor for the hyperlink to the online form or write an email to info(a)centreau.org.

 

Seed Money for Projects

Deadline: Septembre 17, 2021

The objective of the CentrEau Seed Money Program is to promote the emergence of collaborative and cross-sectorial research projects in the field of water by giving seed money to researchers (financial leverage).

Three non-renewable $ 20,000 envelopes are available each year. These amounts are to be used to cover research-related expenses.

To be eligible, the project must:

More details: Consult the complete rules » (PDF, 126 Ko) 

Accepted Projects 

Appel (session)ProjetMembres impliqués
S2021Restoration of the Beaudet reservoir in Victoriaville: VictEau squad

Simon Barnabé (PI)

Robert LagacéManuel RodriguezAlain rousseauRimeh Daghrir,Caroline CôtéMathieu Varin

Non-member parners: Aubert Michaud (IRD), Simon Dugré (CISA), Marie-Joëlle Brassard (CISA), Jean-François Bissonnette (ULaval), Joël Lambert (Victoriaville), Nicholas Fecteau (Zone d’innovation en agriculture durable
et circulaire)

W2021Development and optimization of multi-criteria spatial analysis (GIS) tools for urban planning to support decision making on the location of green infrastructures

Danielle Dagenais (PI)

Françoise BichaiSarah Dorner, Roxane LavoiePeter Vanrolleghem

Non-member parners: Martijn Kuller (Eawag Zurich), Peter Bach (Eawag Zurich)

F2020Decentralizing Urban Water Management in Quebec: The Environmental and Economic Case for Hybrid Wastewater Systems

Françoise Bichai (PI)
Dominique Claveau-MalletYves ComeauSarah DornerSophie Duchesne, Jie He and Flavia Visentin

Non-member parners: Martijn Kuller (Eawag Zurich), Quentin Grafton (Australian National University) 

S2020 
Surveillance and epidemiology of the SARS-CoV-2 virus using wastewater
 
Dominic Frigon (PI) 
Françoise BichaiRobert DelatollaSarah DornerFrançois GuillemetteMarc-André LabelleKarine LemarchandAlain LétourneauMarc-Denis RiouxCéline VaneeckhautePeter VanrolleghemRichard Villemur et Viviane Yargeau