University of Calgary

Research Interests

NameResearch Interests
Photograph of Paul BarclayPaul BarclayQuantum Optics in Diamond, Optomechanics, Atomic Physics, Nonlinear optics, Nanophotonics, Nanoscience
Photograph of Jo-Anne BrownJo-Anne BrownRadio Astronomy, Galactic Magnetism
Photograph of Jörn DavidsenJörn DavidsenApplication of statistical physics and nonlinear dynamics to problems in geophysics and biology/chemistry, Seismicity, Earth system science, climate dynamics, ice core records, Defect-mediated turbulence, cardiac arrhythmia, alternans, neuronal firing patterns, Physics of complex systems: Emergent properties, pattern formation and dynamical organization
Photograph of Peter DunscombePeter DunscombeError Management, Clinical and Economic Evaluation, Medical Physics Education and Training
Photograph of David FederDavid FederQuantum Information Technology, Ultracold Atomic Gases, Condensed Matter Physics, Optical Physics, Atomic Physics
Photograph of Timothy FriesenTimothy FriesenExotic atoms, Antimatter, Testing fundamental symmetries at low energies, Particle traps, Non-neutral plasmas
Photograph of Esmaeel GhasroddashtiEsmaeel Ghasroddashti4DCT Imaging, Respiratory Tumor Motion, IMRT
Photograph of Gilad GourGilad GourFoundations of Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamics of Black Holes, Quantum Information Science
Photograph of David Wesley HobillDavid Wesley HobillCosmology, Computational Astrophysics, Gravitational Lensing, Binary Star Systems, Black Holes
Photograph of Brian JackelBrian JackelOptical measurements of the aurora applied to magnetospheric remote sensing, Multi-site observations of rapid global ionospheric response, Coordinated studies of ground-based and satellite data, Signal processing, stochastic processes, and information theory
Photograph of David KnudsenDavid KnudsenPhysics of the Aurora, Space Plasma Instrumentation, Space Plasma Physics
Photograph of Denis LeahyDenis LeahyPhysics of Compact Objects, X-Ray Astronomy, X-Ray Binaries and X-Ray Pulsars, Supernova Remnants, High Energy Astrophysics, Radio Pulsars
Photograph of Alexander LvovskyAlexander LvovskyQuantum Memory, Quantum Optics, Quantum information technology with light and atoms
Photograph of Tyler MeyerTyler MeyerRadiation Oncology Physics
Photograph of Eugene MiloneEugene MiloneVariable Stars, Optical & IR Photometry, Eclipsing Binary Modeling, History of Astronomy
Photograph of Rachid OuyedRachid OuyedComputational Physics/Astrophysics, Higher Energy Physics/Astrophysics
Photograph of Nicolas PloquinNicolas PloquinRadiochromic film dosimetry, Application of Monte-Carlo method to stereotactic ablative radiotherapy techniques, Innovation in teaching and learning in medical physics at postgraduate level
Photograph of Rene PlumeRene PlumePhysics and Chemistry of the Interstellar Medium, Infrared and Submillimeter Wave Radio Astronomy, Star Formation
Photograph of Barry SandersBarry SandersNonlinear quantum optics, Coherent quantum transport in protein complexes, Evolutionary algorithms and swarm intelligence for quantum control and metrology, Implementations of quantum information, Long-distance quantum key distribution, Algorithmic quantum simulation
Photograph of Jeroen StilJeroen StilComputational Astrophysics, Cosmic Magnetism, Galaxy Evolution, Radio Astronomy
Photograph of Russ TaylorRuss TaylorRadio Astronomy, Astroinformatics, Cosmic Magnetism, Space Imaging
Photograph of Wen Wu TianWen Wu TianHI Astronomy and High Energy Astrophysics, Active Galactic Nuclei
Photograph of Wolfgang TittelWolfgang TittelLong-Distance Quantum Communication, Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Information Science, Quantum Memory
Photograph of Michael WieserMichael WieserMeteorites and Solar System Evolution, High Accuracy Measurement of Isotope Abundance and Atomic Weight, Applications of Isotopes as Environmental Tracers, Thermal Ionization and Multiple Collector Inductively Coupled Mass Spectrometry
Photograph of Andrew YauAndrew YauAdvanced satellite-borne plasma instrumentation and mass spectrometry, Aeronomy and plasma composition and dynamics in planetary ionosphere, plasmasphere, and magnetosphere
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