RECHERCHES EN COURS / ONGOING RESEARCHES
2023-2025 - Jean-Pierre Chupin, Carmela Cucuzzella and Bechara Helal sign a research agreement with the Ville de Montréal for the project: "Living quality every day: Protocol for investigating and qualitatively assessing the social value of public buildings by collecting user experiences." Bureau du design. Research agreement. Funding agency: Ville de Montréal ($65,000)
2023-2025 – Programming and unfolding of interfaces to raise public awareness of the quality of built environments
2023-2025 – Jean-Pierre Chupin obtains a new research contract with Public Services and Procurement Canada for the future of Ottawa's Wellington Street and its transformation into a civic space.
2022-2026 – The LEAP laboratory obtains a renewal of a $423,000 FRQSC grant to support research teams.
2022-2027 – Jean-Pierre Chupin leads the $8.6 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada research partnership, including a $2.5M SSHRC grant.
More than 3000 award-winning projects - designed by more than 1,000 architectural, urban planning and landscape architecture firms in Canada - first recorded in an Atlas of Research on Exemplarity in Architecture (AREA) At the initiative of the Canada Research Chair in Architecture, Competitions and (...)
Jean-Pierre Chupin, Carmela Cucuzzella, David Theodore, Georges Adamczyk Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Insight grants) 2017 - 2020
Carmela Cucuzzella, Cynthia Hammond and Jean-Pierre Chupin Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Insight grants) 2018 - 2022
Izabel Amaral (Laurentian University), Jean-Pierre Chupin and Carmela Cucuzzella, research funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Insight Development Grants) 2020-2022
Anne Cormier, Jean-Pierre Chupin and Georges Adamczyk research funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Insight Development Grant) 2018-2020
Mandana Bafghinia, Jean-Pierre Chupin and Bechara Helal funded by the Council of Tall Building and Urban Habitat (CTBUH - student research award 2019),
Ipek Tureli, Jean-Pierre Chupin and Carmella Cucuzzella research funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Fond québecois de recherche en sciences sociales 2013-2018
CCC : The digital library for architecture, urbanism, design and landscape architecture projects designed in the context of competition in Canada designed and updated by : Université de Montréal Research Chair on Competitions and Contemporary Practices in Architecture (Jean-Pierre Chupin).
Discover the cartographic device MONTREAL-ARCHIMAP. The team of the Research Chair on Competitions and Contemporary Practices in Architecture embarked on the design and implementation of a cartographic application highlighting contemporary architecture in Montreal for the 375th anniversary of Montreal. (Nicholas Roquet and Jean-Pierre Chupin in collaboration with Humaneco.ca).