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Solidifying soft matter physics
Professor James Forrest, together with Kari Dalnoki-Veress (McMaster University), received the prestigious 2013 Brockhouse Medal for seminal contributions to problems pertaining to dynamics and morphology of confined soft materials.
The Brockhouse Medal, which is sponsored jointly by the Division of Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (DCMMP) and the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP), recognizes excellence in research contributions to condensed matter and materials physics. It is named in honour of Professor Bertram Brockhouse, whose outstanding contributions to research in condensed matter physics in Canada were recognized with the 1994 Nobel Prize for Physics.
Both collaboratively and individually, Forrest and Delnoki-Varess have forged the trail in studying soft condensed matter systems in thin films as well as near surfaces and interfaces.
- Feb 27 2013
- Oct 3 2012
- Sep 26 2012
- May. 31, 2013
- Jun. 11, 2013
- Jun. 12, 2013