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Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Cybersecurity, Université du Québec en Outaouais

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Innovation and connections with the society and professional world are two components that characterize the fabric of research at Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO). UQO has a rich research environment with 11 research chairs, a research institute, 10 research centres, more than 20 labs, and more than 20 inter-university research teams. UQO is the host of the INRS-UQO joint research unit on Cybersecurity and founding partner of Gatineau’s project of Innovation Zone on Cybersecurity and Digital identity. With its two campuses in Gatineau and in St-Jérôme (Québec), and its research centre in Ripon, UQO is not only deeply rooted in the Outaouais and Laurentian regions, but it is also one of the most important academic institutions of the region of Ottawa, otherwise known as Canada’s National Capital Region.
The Visiting Chair will focus on research development, and will develop new collaborations with UQO faculty, or further existing ones. It is expected that the Visiting Chair will engage in the academic life of UQO’s research units, and connect with faculty and students. Visiting Chairs will be invited to give at least one public lecture open to the entire community. Teaching is not expected, but the Visiting Chairs may be invited to give occasional lectures and participate in some research development events. UQO’s Fulbright Visiting Chair is open to all fields, but priority will be given to research areas targeted in our strategic development plans. 

Specializations: Cybersecurity; Cognitive Sciences and Cyberpsychology; Technologies in Forest Sciences.