- Département de chimie, Université de Montréal, Montreal, QC, Canada
- Analytical Chemistry, Bioaccumulation/biomagnification, Bioremediation, Chemical speciation, Environmental chemistry, Environmental economic, Environmental monitoring, Environmental pollution, Environmental risk assessment, Legacy and emerging contaminants, Sources and Fate
Areas of expertise
Sébastien Sauvé is Associate Dean of Research and Creation of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of the Université de Montréal. He is full professor in Environmental Chemistry at the Université de Montréal and outgoing academic director of the Institut EDDEC (environment, sustainable development and circular economy). He is also foreign correspondent to the Académie d’Agriculture de France. He has studied at McGill University and Cornell University. He directs a group of about twenty students and researchers that work on a variety of subjects going from contaminated soils, circular economy, blue-green algae, ultratrace analysis using mass spectrometry, as well as the impacts of emerging contaminants on health and the environment.