Natural Sciences - Physics
Inspired by the dynamic colour-changing skin of organisms such as squid, University of Toronto researchers have developed a multilayered fluidic system that can reduce the energy costs of heating, cooling and lighting buildings. The platform, which optimizes the wavelength, intensity and dispersion of light transmitted through windows, offers much greater control than existing technologies while keeping costs low due to its use of simple, off-the-shelf components.
The awarded proposal seeks to understand and mitigate the loss of quantum information. The Quantum Horizons: Quantum Information Science (QIS) Research and Innovation for Nuclear Science award from the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Nuclear Physics has enabled a new collaboration between researchers who develop technologies for nuclear physics, quantum information science and high-energy physics.
Sessional Lecturer - CHM220H1F - Physical Chemistry for Life Sciences University of Toronto
Sessional Lecturer - CHM135H1S - Chemistry: Physical Principles University of Toronto
Sessional Lecturer (Lab Coordinator) - CHM135H1S - Chemistry: Physical Principles University of Toronto
Sessional Lecturer 1 - PHY137H5S: Introductory Physics II University of Toronto
Assistant Professor, Quantum Condensed Matter Theory & Machine Learning University of Alberta
Assistant Professor, Biophysics and Machine Learning University of Alberta
Professeur remplaçant ou professeure remplaçante en physique University of Ottawa
Research Associate - Limited Term (1 year) University of Toronto
Canadian researchers will have access to next-generation radio astronomy observatory
Three McGill Professors Receive Royal Society of Canada Medals
Malik Chaker-Margot: A structural biologist takes on the molecule