Professor Jesse Greener’s group

Regular member

Manager training

  • PhD, University of Western Ontario, 2004
  • Post doctorate, University of Western Ontario, 2004
  • Post doctorate, University of Toronto, 2007-2011

Laboratory name

Microfluidic and Spectroscopy of Materials

Affiliation Department

Department of Chemistry

Other affiliations

  • CHUL – Quebec University Hospital Research Center – Regenerative Medicine
  • QCAM – Quebec Center for Advanced Materials

Granting organization(s)

  • Quebec Research Fund – Nature and technologies
  • Canada First Research Excellence Fund
  • Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Canada

What does the laboratory do

  • Development of new spectroscopic methods at the microscopic scale
  • Synthesis of catalytic biomaterials
  • High precision microscale chemistry with energy and environmental applications
  • A unique combination of facilities for biological and analytical manipulations facilitates the study and development of new medical and energy biomaterials. On-site facilities for manufacturing microfluidic devices.


Microfluidics, spectroscopy, microscopy, electrochemistry, bacterial biofilms, and bioenergy such as microbial fuel cells. On-site facilities for microfluidic manufacturing and biological preparation. Custom sensors and instrument interface for in situ micrometer measurements.

Service(s) offered in research and development (R&D)

Manufacturing of microfluidic devices. Analytical tools microscope, confocal laser scanning microscopy, infrared spectroscopy, electrochemistry.

Industrial research collaborations

Thermoforming microfluidic devices with optical systems and integrated electrodes. Use of new materials for the rapid manufacture of thermoforming tools.

Contact details

Département de chimie
Pavillon Alexandre-Vachon
1045, avenue de la Médecine
Bureau 1207
Université Laval
Québec (Québec)
Canada G1V 0A6

Phone : 418-656-7157
Fax : 418-656-7916