Profiles

Title: Research Scientist
Role: My role at CanmetENERGY is to develop and run computer models, as well as to test concepts with experiments in an effort to reduce energy consumption in Canadian housing and buildings.
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Director General
Role: Leading Canada's largest energy R&D facility. Our mission is to lead the development of energy S&T solutions for the environmental and economic benefit of Canadians.
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Combustion Research Technologist
Role: I am a tradesman having trade certification as millwright, gas technician 1 and welder.
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Research Engineer
Role: I am the lead researcher on Transportation Electrification at the CanmetENERGY Research Centre in Ottawa.
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Research Scientist
Role: I work primarily in the thermal conversion of biomass into fungible fuels and other energy products.  I also work on value recovery from energetic residual materials, i.e., energy from waste, which is essential for a truly functional circular economy.
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Director, Industry Innovation Group, CanmetENERGY Ottawa
Role: Director of a research group with active projects in bioenergy, biofuels, metallurgical fuels and engine emissions
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Research Engineer
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Building Project Officer
Role: Simulate buildings to optimize energy performance and energy upgrade costs Develop and modify energy simulation software and related tools
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Research Engineer
Role: As a senior research engineer in Oxy-combustion/G2 group, I have been: 1-  leading R&D tasks on novel energy conversion and power cycles development (e.g. pressurized oxy-combustion, sCO2 power cycles), CO2 capture process, and assist in managing...
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Research Engineer
Organization: Natural Resources Canada