Future graduate students

Join the virtual audience for the Winter 2021 Concept $5K Finals!

Watch 10 promising student teams take the virtual stage and compete for their share of $20K in grant funding to help take startup ideas to the next level. Besides seeing some great pitches, you can also hear from Concept Interim Director, John Dick, and University of Waterloo Entrepreneurship Society about how to get involved with entrepreneurship and find co-founders.

The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) is pleased to present a WIN Seminar talk by Professor Evgeny Pavlov from the Department of Molecular Pathobiology at the New York University. This seminar will be held in-person in QNC 1501 at 10am on June 24th, 2022.

In this talk, IQC alum Ben Criger lays out how we think about fault-tolerant quantum computing at Quantinuum, and how the commercial perspective changes our beliefs and priorities with respect to performing accurate quantum computations.

The Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) alum Galit Anikeeva will talk about her research since IQC, at Stanford, MIT, and beyond - at first focusing on quantum error correction, and then most recently on tentative connections between chaos and Hamiltonian simulation.

Come join us on June 20th to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day! We will have a ceremonial fire and Knowledge Keeper Myeengun Henry will be providing a teaching on the Eagle Feather and it’s significance. We will then restore our ceremonial grounds by laying gravel; to follow we will be planting Tobacco.

Jordan Williams White Eye is a passionate and dedicated Father from Bkejwanong First Nation. He is an Anishinaabe (Ojibway, Pottawatomi and Lenape) Spiritual Advisor, Knowledge Keeper, Pipe Carrier and Sweat Lodge Conductor, and he is the Caretaker/Leader of the Anishinaabe Thunderbird Sundance of Ontario. 

Through songs, stories, film, photos and music videos, NOMAD will take you on the journey of the Canadian Inuit over the last several thousand years shedding light on some of the psychological and cultural impacts of rapid change in the North.

As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Emily S. Huff, Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, will present: A holistic approach to monitoring abrupt environmental shifts in the Kluane Lake region.

As part of the Water Institute's Webinar Series: The Value of Water in Canada, Marian Weber, Chief Environmental Economist and Unit Head, BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategies presents: Water ecosystem service valuation for watershed security – information gaps and policy needs.