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Go PHYS Girl

Exciting news! Building upon the success of the Go ENG Girl and Go CODE Girl models, Women in Engineering and Physics outreach teams at the...

Department Colloquium

Speaker Prof. Kari Dalnoki-Veress, McMaster   Abstract To Come

2024 Partial Solar Eclipse Viewing

Welcome Star Gazers! Orbax here, from the Department of Physics at the University of Guelph. I know many of you have questions about the April 8 2024 eclipse and we’re here to help provide you with answers. Below you’ll find “What, Why and How” videos for the eclipse, as well as a series of educator’s resources. These are aimed...

MSc & PhD Positions - Interactions Between Soft Nanoparticles

The Dutcher Lab at the University of Guelph is seeking qualified MSc and PhD candidates to work on the characterization of new nanomaterials based on phytoglycogen (PG), a highly branched glucose polymer produced as compact, soft, hairy nanoparticles in the kernels of sweet corn. Not only are PG nanoparticles useful for applications in personal care and biomedicine, but they also provide an ideal system for studying the physics of soft nanoparticles. The Dutcher Lab uses a wide variety of techniques to characterize the structure, morphology, hydration and mechanical...

MSc & PhD Positions - Deep Learning and Infrared Imaging of Polymers

The Dutcher Lab at the University of Guelph is seeking qualified MSc and PhD candidates to work on the application of machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to the analysis of large databases of infrared (IR) spectra collected in IR microscopy images of polymers. The goal in this work is to ultimately understand the degradation and failure mechanisms of polymers used in water transport applications, in collaboration with our industrial partner HeatLink. We are looking for applicants who are excited to contribute to the forefront of the...

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