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Professor Federico Rosei of the INRS Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre recently received yet another prestigious distinction in his illustrious career, having been named Honorary Fellow of the Chinese Chemical Society. He is the only Canadian researcher to make the short list of eminent researchers from well-known universities worldwide whose scientific achievements are recognized by the Chinese Chemical Society.
Professor Rosei's reputation is growing in China and this year earned him the prestigious Chang-Jiang Scholars Award presented to internationally renowned scientists. The Chinese government awarded Professor Rosei this distinguished award in recognition of his research in the field of organic and inorganic nanomaterials.
INRS is a graduate-level research and training university and ranks first in Canada for research intensity (average grant funding per faculty member). INRS brings together some 150 professors and close to 700 students and postdoctoral fellows at its four centres in Montreal, Quebec City, Laval, and Varennes. Its applied and fundamental research is essential to the advancement of science in Quebec and internationally even as it plays a key role in the development of concrete solutions to the problems faced by our society.