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Co-operative Education & Career Action
With the introduction of three new Physics programs, there are an increased number of Physics students looking for co-op employment for Winter 2014. Representatives from Cooperative Education and the Centre for Career Action want to help prepare you for a successful Fall recruitment term and ease your transition into a first work term.
Candidate: Om Patange
Title: "On an Instrument for the Coherent Investigation of Single Quantum Objects"
Professor Steven J. Rehse
Department of Physics, University of Windsor
Information session: 3:00pm - 4:30pm in DC 1304
A grad student welcoming reception will follow in DC 1301, 4:30 - 6:00pm
Candidate: Stephen Inglis
Title: "Implementations and Applications of Rényi Entanglement in Monte Carlo Simulations of Spin Models”
Candidate: Mojtaba Hajialamdari
Title: "Tunable Two-color Ultrafast Yb:Fiber Chirped Pulse Amplifier Modeling, Experiment, and Application in Mid-infrared Generation”
Join us for a series of events designed specifically for graduate students like you. Get oriented with your campus community by registering for our campus-wide programming. Registration is required for all campus-wide programs. Register now using your Quest username and password to confirm your attendance.
Campus-wide orientation, a Welcome Reception, a TA/RA safety session, and more!
Candidate: Xiaopan Mao
Title: "Surface Roughness Effect on Inverse Partial Fluorescence Yield"
Candidate: Jonathan Lavoie
Title: "Experimental Quantum Information Processing with Photons"
Candidate: Kyle Oman
Title: "Probing the Environment Dependence of Star Formation in Satellite Galaxies using Orbital Kinematics"
Candidate: Bryan Gillis
Title: "Measuring the Environment Dependence of Galaxy Haloes with Weak Lensing"
Candidate: Christopher Pugh
Title: "Investigation into Spatial Quantum Optical Properties for Satellite Targeting through the Turbulent Atmosphere"
Candidate: Angus Mok
Title: "Star Formation and Environmental Quenching of Group Galaxies from the GEEC2 Survey at z~1"
Candidate: George Soliman
Title: "Temporal Dynamics of Polarization and Polarization Mode Dispersion and Influence on Optical Fiber Systems"
Candidate: Mikhail Shenouda
Title: "Temperature Effects in Optical Fiber Dispersion Compensation Modules"
Candidate: Denis-Alexandre Trottier
Title: "Liquid Crystal State NMR Quantum Computing – Characterization, Control and Certification"
Candidate: Hao Yan
Title: "Characterizing Transient Regime Multi-frequency Raman Generation by the Aid of Spectral Phase Interferometry for Direct Electric-field"
Candidate: Gandhali Joshi
Title: "Substructure and Gas Clumping in the Outskirts of Abell 133"
Candidate: Azadeh Bagheri
Title: "Physical Model for Cell Selectivity of Antimicrobial Peptides"
Candidate: Kevin Liu
Title: "A thermal expansion coefficient study of several magnetic spin materials via capacitive dilatometry"
A short talk on astronomy (around 30 minutes) plus an opportunity to ask questions, followed by a tour of the dome. In the event of bad weather, the observing will not be possible, but the talk and tour of facilities will go ahead. [No optical telescope on Earth can see through cloud -- if it's too cloudy to see stars with the unaided eye (or the Sun earlier in the day), then we won't be able to see stars through the telescope.]