Training of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows is at the heart of all center activities.
A regular student member is a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow whose research project is part of the Center's scientific program, which is supervised or co-supervised by a regular member and is registered in one of the member institutions. A regular student member can not be part of more than one FRQ-funded group.
A collaborating student member is a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow whose research project is part of the Center's scientific program, who is registered in one of the member institutions, and who is in one of the two following situations:
If you fill all of the above criteria, please write an email to info(a)centreau.org with the name of your supervisors and we will send you the subscription link.
CentrEau Students Day happens every year around March 22 (World Water Day) and enables students to show their research projects to the researchers community and to research users.
Other training sessions and events are directly designed for our student members – stay connected for more!