Research personnel

CRIM’s highly qualified personnel will allow you to achieve your goals. To find the person that will fulfill your specific needs, you are invited to consult our list of employees and researchers using the filter below.

El Hachemi Alikacem

El Hachemi Alikacem

Advisor
T 514 840-1235, ext. 6389

El-Hachemi has been at CRIM since January 1999. His areas of interest include: form recognition, object-oriented languages, software engineering, static analysis of code and the application of artificial intelligence techniques in software engineering.

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Florent Avellaneda

Florent Avellaneda

Postdoral Researcher
T 514 840-1235, ext. 5648

Florent joined the Advanced Software Modeling and Development Team in November 2015 as a postdoctoral researcher.

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Kevin Heffner

Kevin Heffner

Innovation Director
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Fehmi Jaafar

Fehmi Jaafar

Researcher
T 514 840-1235, ext. 3103
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Françoys Labonté

Françoys Labonté

General Manager
T 514 840-1234

Françoys Labonté combines a solid scientific foundation with many years of experience in the development and commercialization of innovative technologies in the information technology domain.

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Jean Lavoie

Jean Lavoie

Senior Advisor
T 514 840-1234

CRIM team member since 2009, Jean Lavoie participates and manages various projects of tests and validations as well as the certification of the applications in health care.

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Omer Nguena Timo

Omer Nguena Timo

Researcher
T 514 840-1235, ext. 2497

Omer joined the Advanced Software Modeling and Development Team in 2013 as a postdoctoral researcher. Since 2016, he has been employed by CRIM as a researcher. 

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Alexandre Petrenko

Alexandre Petrenko

Lead Researcher
T 514 840-1290

Since 1996, Alexandre Petrenko is part of the Advanced Software Modeling and Development team.

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