Michel Meunier

Professor, Polytechnique Montréal

514 340-4711 , poste 4971


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Professional Affiliations

  • Laser Processing and Plasmonic Laboratory (LP2L), Head
  • Material Surface Analysis (LASM), Member
  • Biomedical Science and Technologies Research Centre (GRSTB), Member
  • Regroupement québécois sur les matériaux de pointe (RQMP), Member
  • Thin Film Physics and Technology Research Group (GCM), Member
  • Institut de génie biomédical, Member
  • Microfabrication Laboratory, (LMF), Member

Research axes

Lasers and Ultra-fast Phenomena


Ongoing projects

Laser-based materials micro-engineering: Application to microelectronics
– Restructuring of microelectronic circuits by laser: Optimization, characterization and modeling (Coll. with LTRIM Technologies)

Laser nano-engineering of materials
– Laser fabrication of nanoparticles and quantum dots
– Laser nanostructured thin films
– Laser fabrication of nanoporous materials

Ultrafast laser processes
– Numerical simulations of laser-material interaction
– 3D micromachining by femtosecond laser
– Femtosecond laser photonic device fabrication

– Development of solid-state micro-batteries (Coll. with Hydro-Québec)
– Microelectromechanical microsystems for aerospace (Coll.: Bombardier)

Biomedical applications
– Optical biosensors (Surface Plasmon Resonance)
– Biomedical applications of nanoparticles and quantum dots (Bio-imaging and cancer treatment)

Research teams

Consult professor Meunier’s website: Home | LP2L (polymtl.ca)

01 Apr 2022

L’Article Optical properties and applications of plasmonic-metal nanoparticles cité 83 fois depuis sa publication !

L’Article Optical properties and applications of plasmonic-metal nanoparticles du Professeur Professeur Michel Meunier et de son équipe de recherche; L Wang et M Hasanzadeh Kafshgari, initialement publiée dans le Advanced Functional Materials a été cité plus de 83 fois depuis sa publication en septembre 2020. Pour lire l’article scientifique: Optical properties and applications of plasmonic-metal nanoparticles ...
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01 Dec 2021

Startup company launched – Vega BioImaging

Vega BioImaging Re-inventing cytopathology Enabling precision medicine in cancer through precise cytopathology diagnostic. After more than 10 years of research and development in the field of biomedical nanoplasmonic imaging and detection, carried out at the Polytechnique Montreal (Prof. M. Meunier) and funded by projects CHRP, NSERC, Oncotech, allowed to prove the basic scientific principles of ...
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