Marc Rousseau, Interim President & CEO
Mr. Rousseau is the President of LVR Capital Inc. He began his professional career with Crédit Ford of Canada, where he acted as Director of Operations. In 2001, he joined the Business Development Bank of Canada as a Senior Business Development Manager, a position he held until LVR Capital was founded in September 2005. At the same time, he pursued a military career in 1981 to 2004 as an infantry officer with the Canadian Forces. He commanded the Mount Royal Fusilliers Regiment from 1996 to 1999 and served in Bosnia as a Plans and Policy Team Leader at NATO Headquarters in Sarajevo. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of L'Office National du Film since January 2008 and has chaired the Board of Directors of the Society for Disabled Children of Québec since June 2009. He also chairs the Corporate 1 section in Montréal, Networking group of Business Network International. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia University.
Pierre C. Miron, CFO
Mr. Miron worked over 25 years in the International audit and financing department of the banking industry, including International Auditor and Administrative Director with Scotia Bank, Banking Manager at TD Bank, Portfolio Manager and Account Director at National Bank and Director Major Account at the Caisse Centrale Desjardins. Mr. Miron has held a bachelor degree in Business Administration from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales.
Bertrand Reulet, Chief Technical Officer
Professor Reulet is a world leader in researching quantum and non-Gaussian noise. He has participated in multiple investigative projects and has developed innovations in experimental design, in particular devices to measure non-Gaussian noise or quantum noise dynamics. He is Canada Excellence Research Chair in Quantum SIgnal Processing at Université de Sherbrooke, director of the Transdisciplinary Institute for Quantum Information and co-director of the International Laboratory on Quantum Circuits and Quantum Materials, in collaboration with the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) in France. Before moving to Canada, he was research director at CNRS in the Laboratoire de physique des solides at the Université Paris-Sud XI, France. He has also served as professor at the École Polytechnique, and spent four years at the Department of Applied Physics at Yale University.