Particle physics in the sub-keV regime
Fermi surfaces large and small: how electrons avoid each other and conduct electricity
A simple model of many-particle entanglement: how it describes black holes and superconductors
Nuclear recoils: little things that go bump in the dark
Physics Lecture Series
My journey as a theoretical physicist: black holes, quantum information, gender, and disability. Speaker: Professor A.W. Peet
Arctic sea ice thickness: From submarine sonars to satellite photon-counting altimeters
Alongside the widely reported decline in Arctic ice extent, there have also been dramatic losses in sea ice thickness and volume.
Undergraduate research opportunities: yes, you can!
Quantum Computers – Spooky but Powerful (The Martin Lecture in Physics)
Information session on applying for physics graduate programs
Understanding the Role of Latent Heating in the Heat and Mass Transport of the Global Atmospheric Circulation.
Departmental oral examinations are open to professorial staff only.
Symposium on High Efficiency Photovoltaics
Solar electricity is a compelling sourceof sustainable energy considering the immense harvestable solar resource in relation tothe currentglobal energy consumption rate.
Generation of Gaussian and non-Gaussian multimode entangled states of light for applications to Quantum Information Processing
Students' Attitudes towards Experimental Physics: Survey Results (PHY224H1F 2018)
Electronic Papers and Online Grading
Physics Education Group meeting
Personality types and student performance in an introductory physics course
For the past two years we have been collecting data on the personality type of students in our large introductory physics course for life science students (PHY131).
Back to the Future: Yesterday’s Research brings Tomorrow’s Innovations
From stem cell therapy to self-driving cars, all modern technology and medical therapies have their roots in research from the past.
PhySU Ice Cream Sale
Applying backward design strategy to redesign physics undergraduate lab courses at Queen's
Exploring Volatiles on Planetary Surfaces Using Radar Observations
Water on Mars, on Jupiter Icy Moons, on Asteroids and perhaps even more water on more bodies of our solar system — Are water and life unique to Earth?
How long does a particle take to tunnel?
Chemistry in Action: Making Molecular Movies with Ultrafast Electron Diffraction
Science advocacy in Canada: What is the role of evidence and scientists in a democracy?
Making "Contact" with Ultracold Atom Experiments
The CRISPR-Cas System: A Window into the Microbial World
Ignorance is strength: Quantum measurements in a non-local world