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Scientific Outreach

The objective of the CentrEau Student Science Outreach Scholarships Program is to support the presentation of oral communications by student members at scientific events held outside their city of study. This will allow students to get experience with presentation of research results and will promote CentrEau at conferences.

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  • Up to $500 for conferences in Quebec
  • Up to $900 for conferences outside the province of Quebec
To be eligible, students must:
  • Be a student member of CentrEau
  • Have the approbation of their research director;
  • Work on an interdisciplinary research project
  • Present an oral communication related to the research program of CentrEau. Poster sessions are only eligible in specific cases.
In exchange for financial assistance, students agree to:
  • Identify themselves (affiliation) to CentrEau – Quebec Water Research Center 
  • Thank CentrEau and use its logo 
  • Thank the FRQNT and use its logo 
  • Provide their photo for CentrEau’s website
  • Provide the PDF presentation for CentrEau’s website
  • Present a poster or a conference at the annual Journée québécoise des étudiants CentrEau



  • Raymond Kabo received a scholarship to present virtually « Combiner connaissances scientifiques et savoirs hydroécologiques des populations pour la gestion efficace d’un risque hydrométéorologique » at the Canadian IWA YWP Conference on June 23, 2021.
  • Mohammadreza Alizadeh received a scholarship to present virtually « Linking stakeholder scenarios and shared socioeconomic pathways for policy making in human-water systems » at EGU General Assembly on April 19, 2021.


  • Renaud Jougla received a scholarship to present « Application of hydrometeorological indices for hydrologic forecasts within an articial neural network framework » at AGU 2020 Fall meeting on Dec. 1st, 2020, virtually.


  • Benjamin Bouchard received a scholarship to go and present « Quantifying the Impacts of a Needleleaf Canopy on the Physical Properties of the Snowpack at the Local Scale » at AGU 2019 in San Francisco.
  • Marco Alves received a scholarship to go and present « Forcing the Canadian Land Surface Scheme with ERA5 Reanalysis to Simulate Land-air Interaction Processes over Boreal Forests » at AGU 2019 in San Francisco.
  • Stéphanie Guilherme is working on the study of access and drinking water quality in northern villages in Nunavik and she is receiving a scholarship to give a presentation at ArcticNet ASM2019 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 5th, 2019.
  • Olivier Jacques is working on the impacts of mining activities and human development on the lakes of the Bécancour River basin and he will give a presentation on November 11, 2019 in Burlington, United States, on the occasion of the 39th International Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society.