This information session will give potential applicants to the Commercialization Peer Review Committee of the CIHR Project Grant program (CMZ) an opportunity to hear first-hand about the committee ‘culture’.
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.
The IBPOC Writing and Communication Workshops are spaces where graduate students identifying as Indigenous, Black, and people of color can come together to form a supportive community of writers.
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.
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.
WCGS welcomes visiting researcher Georg Marschnig (Universität Graz) on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 for a lecture and workshop on his work. Join us in HH 373 for his lecture, the workshop, or both!
The University of Waterloo is awarding Entrepreneurial Ph.D. Fellowships to support outstanding, business-minded Waterloo doctoral students who are interested in commercializing their research.