"I like to see the tangible result of my research and to share my expertise with other researchers through publications and conferences."
The smallest robot ever built was made in Japan with 97 separate watch parts, weighing a total of 1.4 grams.
Tremblay's robotics work has taken her career to new heights
space. Isabelle's fascination with the unknown and science fiction was
the perfect backdrop for her current job. Planets and space exploration
have been on her mind since she was a girl. That curiosity has landed
her a job as a robotics engineer at the Canadian Space Agency.
Did you know? In 1999, North Americans bought more than 17,500 robots, worth a total $1.4 billion.
Jobs in robotics and automation are opening up at warp speed. Along with several different engineering related careers, there are many positions available that require a 2 year technical degree. Isabelle says some of the skills needed for her job are curiosity, optimism and an interest in everything technical and space related.
with sharing her research knowledge, Isabelle also shares her passion
with robotics by enlightening young women to the possibilities of a career
Education: Bachelors in Engineering, Masters in Areospace
Hobbies: Karate, piloting, painting, sailing and horseback riding