The Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference is the largest undergraduate physics conference in Canada. This year CUPC being hosted at Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario from October 20th to October 24th, for Canada’s 150th anniversary and Carleton’s 75th anniversary.
Are you interested in Graduate Studies at the University of Guelph? THi campus wide event will provide information on over 90 grad programs.
Graduate Studies Preview Day will give students:
Are you interested in Graduate Studies in Physics at Waterloo?
Come and find out more:
- information session
- panel discussion with current grad students
- Q & A
- poster session (12:30 - 2:30 Physics Lobby)
- meet potential supervisors
All new graduate students are encouraged to attend the information session which will provide important program details:
- Creating your Committee
- Committee Meetings
- Course Requirements
- Qualifying Exams
- TA Responsibilities
The info session will be followed by a pizza lunch with faculty and current graduate students in the QNC Atrium.
PhysPhest 2017 is a celebration of the research being conducted in the Physics Department by graduate students in Graduate Studies in Physics (GSP) and Biophysics Interdepartmental Graduate Program (BIG) who are completing their first year in their MSc. and Ph.D. program.
Presentations will run throughout the day, with a pizza lunch (MacN 222) and snack breaks.
Department of Ophthalmology, School of Medicine, and Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory
Speaker: Hongjun Liang
Speaker: Brian Metzger
Dr. Hoekstra's work focuses on the study of the dark matter distribution in the universe using weak gravitational lensing. The work is mostly observational, involving large wide-field imaging surveys, but has theoretical aspects as well.
Speaker: Cliff Burgess
Speaker: Augusto Machiavelli
William L Kraushaar Professor of Astronomy & Physics,
Department of Physics
University of Wisconsin-Madison
A theoretical physicist with a specialty in plasma physics, Dr. Zweibel has a broad research program in plasma astrophysics that spans the study of the sun and stars; the formation, evolution and structure of galaxies; and the physics of galaxy clusters.