2018 CAP Lecture Tour Schedule

The CAP 2018 Lecture Tour will take place from January through April at participating physics departments across Canada. Confirmed speakers and event dates are shown in the table, which will be updated as the schedule is finalized. Click on the titles below to see the abstract and biographical notes. Please note that the table can be sorted by clicking on the column headers.



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Date Location of talk Speaker Title
Tue, 06-Feb-2018Carleton UniversityDr. Erica CadenWhat we don't know about neutrinos!
Thu, 08-Feb-2018University of OttawaDr. Erica CadenWhat we don't know about neutrinos!
Fri, 09-Feb-2018University of ManitobaProf. Judith IrwinFeedback, Flares, Fountains and Flows -- How Galaxies Refuse to Sit Still
Fri, 16-Feb-2018Concordia UniversityDr. Stanley GreenspoonWhat's New in the Search for Exoplanets and Extraterrestrial Life
Mon, 26-Feb-2018University of Northern BCProf. Stephen MorrisThe subtle physics of icicles
Wed, 28-Feb-2018University of ReginaProf. Stephen MorrisThe subtle physics of icicles
Fri, 02-Mar-2018University of AlbertaProf. Stephen MorrisThe subtle physics of icicles
Fri, 09-Mar-2018Acadia UniversityProf. Michael SteinitzThe Mechanics of Scientific Publishing, Peer Review, and Ethics in Publishing
Wed, 14-Mar-2018Trent UniversityProf. Stephen MorrisThe subtle physics of icicles
Thu, 15-Mar-2018University of TorontoDr. Erica CadenWhat we don't know about neutrinos!
Fri, 16-Mar-2018University of WaterlooDr. Erica CadenWhat we don't know about neutrinos!
Fri, 23-Mar-2018University of Ontario Inst. Tech.Prof. Stephen MorrisThe subtle physics of icicles
Fri, 23-Mar-2018University of WinnipegDr. Erica CadenWhat we don't know about neutrinos!
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Locke Spencer
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Thomas KoffasA new paradigm for a new era: The ITk detector for the High-Luminosity LHC at CERN
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Blair JamiesonCan neutrinos solve the mystery of missing anti-matter in the universe?
Not GivenNot GivenProf. Robert StampsMagnetics with a twist
Not GivenNot GivenMr. Andrew ErlandsonMuon Tomography: Putting particle physics to work for nuclear safety and security
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Stanley YenNeutrinos from an exploding star
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Iain McKenzieProbing Materials with Nuclear Techniques: What Can Spin-Polarized Radioactive Probes Tell Us About the Behaviour of Matter at the Microscopic Level?
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Valery RadchenkoProduction and application of medical radionuclides at TRIUMF
Not GivenNot GivenM. Jean-Michel MénardSpectroscopie térahertz ultra-rapide des matériaux quantiques
Not GivenNot GivenProf. Patrick HallSurveying the Universe
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Levon PogosianThe Accelerating Universe: Lambda, W and Beyond
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Jacob BurgessThe Atomic Dance
Not GivenNot GivenProf. Jean-Michel MénardUltrafast terahertz spectroscopy of quantum materials
Not GivenNot GivenDr. Silvia ScorzaWhispers in the Dark
Not GivenNot GivenProf. Simon VielÀ la recherche de la matière sombre / A Search for Dark Matter