Technopole Maritime du Québec
Présentation de la Technopole Maritime du Québec (TMQ), des principaux intervenants qui la composent, de sa mission et son mandat ainsi que de l'importance stratégique qu'elle représente pour les secteurs des sciences et technologies marines.



Reformar et le Coriolis II
Reformar a pour principale mission de soutenir les chercheurs, les institutions de recherche et de formation et les organisations gouvernementales et privées, lors de la réalisation de leurs projets scientifiques en sciences et technologies de la mer, par le biais de ses infrastructures, dont le navire de recherche le Coriolis II. 



Serge Demers, director of ISMER
Presentation of Serge Demers, director of the Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski (ISMER), who speaks to us about his career and involvement in the marine science and technology sectors.



Alain Richard, director of IMQ
Meeting with Alain Richard, commander of the Institut maritime du Québec (I.M.Q.) in Rimouski, who speaks to us about the largest maritime training centre in Canada and the only French-speaking college in North America.



CIDCO conference
The Interdisciplinary Centre for the Development of Ocean Mapping (CIDCO) presents the first edition of its conference on Applied Hydrography, held in Rimouski on 20th and 21stJune 2011.



Ariane Plourde, director of The Maurice Lamontagne Institute
Discussion with Ariane Plourde, regional director for science and director of Maurice Lamontagne Institute. It has over 350 employees working in various fields of marine science and is one of the major francophone marine sciences research centers in of the world.



Gustavo Ferreyra, professor-researcher
An interview with the professor-researcher in biological oceanography, Gustavo Ferreyra. He is based in the Institute of Marine Science (ISMER) and the University of Quebec at Rimouski (UQAR).



Mathieu Rondeau, from CIDCO
Mativi took advantage of the symposium on applied hydrography, organized by CIDCO in Rimouski recently, to meet with Mathieu Rondeau, a specialist in marine geomatics. He talks about his latest work and expertise in hydrography.



Bordered on the north shore by the majestic St. Lawrence River on nearly 50 kilometers, Rimouski is characterized by the dual identity of the regional capital of Lower St. Lawrence and the Oceanography Capital of the province of Québec.



A visit to Rimouski's Multi-electronics, a company that is in the Top 100 performing companies in the worldwide marine technology market as established by the Marine Technology Reporter magazine.