LPVS wins four awards at scientific events for the quality of its research

The Laboratoire de Perception Visuelle et Sociale’s team has distinguished itself at a number of local scientific events.

In November 2023, Arianne Richer won the prize for best oral presentation at the NeuroQAM Group Scientific Day.

She also won the same prize at the Journée Scientifique des Neurosciences Sociales, Cognitives et Cliniques de l’UQO in March 2024. At the latter event, Anthony Proulx won an honorable mention for his own oral presentation, while Jérémy Lamontagne won a prize for best poster presentation.

Twelve LPVS students win scholarships for the year 2024

The Laboratoire de Perception Visuelle et Sociale is pleased to announce that several of its students have distinguished themselves in provincial and national competitions for 2024 research scholarships.

Arthur Gaudreau, Émilie Desaulniers, Chanelle Demeule, Alexis Bellerose and Jérémy Lamontagne have been awarded Undergraduate Research Fellowships (USRA) by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Michèle Berthaud was also awarded an Undergraduate Research Fellowship (USRA) by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada.

At Master’s level, Laurianne Côté and Jérémy Lamontagne were awarded Master’s Research Fellowships (B1X) from the Fonds de Recherche Québécois sur la Nature et les Technologies (FRQNT).

At doctoral level, Arianne Richer, Émilie St.-Pierre and Marie-Claude Desjardins were awarded Graduate Research Fellowships (ES-D) from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of the Government of Canada.

The LPVS team would like to congratulate all these students for their hard work, and wish them the best of luck in their studies.