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Winter 2020 Colloquia

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Time Tuesdays 3:30pm Refreshments in MACN 214 at 3:00pm Speakers Artemis Spyrou, NSCL Associate Director for Education & Outreach and Associate Professor Michigan State University Tuesday, January 14, 2020  Host: Dennis Mücher   Iain Campbell, University Professor Emeritus...

Colloquium: Studying Protein Structure, Function, and Dynamics by Mass Spectrometry

Speaker Lars Konermann, Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Western Ontario Abstract Studying Protein Structure, Function, and Dynamics by Mass Spectrometry Electrospray mass spectrometry can provide detailed insights into protein structures, dynamics, and interactions. This presentation will discuss the application of hydrogen exchange techniques for deciphering the inner workings of soluble and membrane-bound proteins. We will highlight...

Colloquium: Hot and Dense Matter in Supernovae and Neutron Star Mergers

Speaker Jeremy Holt Abstract Hot and Dense Matter in Supernovae and Neutron Star Mergers The first confirmed observation of a binary neutron star merger through its gravitational wave (GW170817) and associated electromagnetic emissions has opened a new window into our understanding of ultra-dense matter. Supercomputer simulations of neutron star mergers and core-collapse supernovae rely on detailed knowledge of the hot and dense matter equation of state, transport and...

CAP Lecture and Physics Undergraduate Scholarship Awards

Speaker Professor Daniel James, Dept. Physics, University of Toronto Abstract Quantum Science and Technology in Canada and beyond In the last quarter of a century Quantum Science has rapidly evolved from a niche topic of research in fundamental physics into a burgeoning technological revolution. The last few months have seen some exciting announcements of the attainment of important technical milestones, as well as growing recognition both in governmental...

Shape Coexistence Workshop 2020

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Please check back often for updated schedule and location information.

Physics 125

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2020 marks the 125th year of Guelph Physics! Established in 1895, the Department of Physics has been part of the University of Guelph since the days when it was the Ontario Agricultural College. This year we will be celebrating Guelph Physics 125 with historical posts, events and outreach. Stay tuned for events!

NanoCamp 2020

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  The Nanoscience program at the University of Guelph is excited to announce its first ever NanoCamp! This initiative was developed to introduce the world of Nanoscience to motivated high school students through a 5-day summer camp. Nanocamp will run July 6-10, 2020. Students will learn about the novel characteristics and properties that drives research and in the cutting-edge field of Nano and its contributions to modern...

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