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Clifford M. WillBy Clifford M. Will

McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences,
Department of Physics,
Washington University,
St. Louis, USA


Carleton University
Steacie Building, room 103


Friday October 21, 2005


Doughnuts and cookies available at...

Posted On: Friday, October 21, 2005

A recent article in Physics World noted that the Carleton Physics Department does the highest impact research in Canada. Papers published by Carleton Physics faculty between 2000 and 2004 received an average of 22.33 citations per paper, the highest in the country. These findings are based on the data from ISI.

The Physics World article is available ...

Posted On: Saturday, October 1, 2005

(Ottawa)--Carleton University Adjunct Professor of Physics, Dr. G. Peter Raaphorst, has won the Ottawa Life Sciences Council (OLSC) Career Achievement award. The announcement was made this evening at the 12th Annual OLSC Achievement Awards Dinner.

Dr. Raaphorst retired as Head of Medical Physics at The Ottawa Hospital Regional Cancer Centre this summer. He has been an Adjunct Professor at Carleton since 1985.

“Not only has Dr. Raaphorst made significant contributions...

Posted On: Monday, September 26, 2005





Cliff Burgess2005 CAP Lecturer

Cliff Burgess

McGill U./McMaster U. /Perimeter Institute
Thurs. March 10, 2005 @ 3:30pm, 240TB (Tory)


Posted On: Thursday, March 10, 2005

David HannaBy Dr. David Hanna

Professor of Physics,
McGill University


Very High Energy Gamma-ray Astronomy with VERITAS

Gamma-ray astronomy is normally carried out using space-borne instruments since gamma-rays cannot penetrate the Earth's atmosphere. At energies greater than a few tens of GeV,...

Posted On: Monday, February 28, 2005

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SNOA once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Up for bids: one personalized scientific tour of the underground Sudbury Neutrino Observatory near Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Once the tour has been awarded to the successful bidder, the tour will...

Posted On: Saturday, January 1, 2005