Découvrez le projet des SMAQ (Les Scènes de Musique Alternative du Québec) qui vise à sensibiliser et former les professionnel.le.s de l'industrie musicale à la prévention des problèmes auditifs.
OPSIDIAN scholarship awarded to PhD student Xinyi Zhang
We are thrilled to announce that PhD student Xinyi Zhang has won the prestigious OPSIDIAN scholarship (a highly competitive program aimed at training exceptional graduate students in interdisciplinary research). This remarkable achievement reflects Xinyi Zhang's outstanding potential and dedication to excellence. Congratulations, Xinyi Zhang, on this well-deserved success!
Rachel Bouserhal on 'Ça me regarde' tv show
During a recent interview on AMI Channel's "Ça me regarde" show, Rachel Bouserhal shared her insights and expertise on the latest advancements in research being conducted at RHAD-Lab. Watch the video to learn more from one of the leading minds in the industry.
Yassine Mrabet Stands Out Among Peers, Claims Second Place at ÉTS Three Minute Thesis Contest
We are thrilled to announce that one of our own, Yassine Mrabet, has won the second prize at the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition held at École de technologie supérieure! The 3MT competition challenges participants to present their research in a concise and engaging manner.
CIRMMT announces new Associate Director of Scientific and Technological Research
CIRMMT is pleased to announce the appointment of Prof. Rachel Bouserhal from École technologie supérieure as CIRMMT’s next Associate Director of Scientific and Technological Research, as of March 1st 2023.
The Ear: A Portal to Physical and Mental Health
Rachel Bouserhal wants to diagnose certain diseases by listening to the sound signals generated in our body, amplified by the occlusion effect.
What is the Sound of Batting Eyelashes?
ÉTS professor Rachel Bouserhal analyzes biosignals using a microphone inside an occluded ear to detect disease.
Toujours avoir un pied dans l’avenir
Rachel Bouserhal a montré – l’article est en révision par les pairs – qu’un dispositif intra-auriculaire peut détecter qu’une personne est stressée par la réduction de la variabilité du temps écoulé entre ses battements de cœur.