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NSERC (USRA) Summer Student Research Job Opportunities

RESEARCH GROUPS AND JOB DESCRIPTIONS

Summer 2018

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**Click on the Supervisor's name for job description and contact information**

No. Supervisor Research Student/s 
1
Robin Marjoribanks
Ultrafast Laser Surgery Helena Koniar
2
Robin Marjoribanks
Extreme Optics: Ultra-Intense Laser-Matter Interaction Physics Georgia Thomas
3
Robin Marjoribanks
Novel Materials-Processing by Ultrafast Laser Aleksandra Elias Chereque
4
Debra Wunch
Mapping Toronto's Urban Emissions

Jaden Phillips

5
Kaley Walker
Atmospheric Remote Sensing and Spectroscopy
 
6 Joseph Thywissen
Ultracold Atoms
Po Cheng Hsu
Michael Morris
7
Amar Vutha Precision Atomic Physics Hiromitsu Sawaoka (Chair's Scholar)
Luca Talamo
Matthew Gerry
8 Al-Amin Dhirani Nanostructures Vojin Jovanovic
9 Barth Netterfield Construction and Integration of Balloon-Borne Telescropes Hayden Johnson
Celina Pasiecznik
Julia Pasiecznik
10
ATLAS Group
Research on the ATLAS experiment at CERN Arthur Lei Qiu (Chair's Scholar)
Abbas Hammoud
 11 Sidhartha Goyal Biophysics/Quantitative Biology  
 12 Richard Peltier
Nonlinear Dynamics of the Barotropic Ocean Tide In the Ice-Age
 
 13 Diana Valencia
Tidal Dissipation and Habitability
 
 14 Arun Paramekanti Topological phases of electrons Stefan Divic
Bryce Wu
 15 Luyi Yang  Listen” to Spin Fluctuations Felix Frontini
 16 Paul Kushner High latitude atmospheric and sea ice data analyses   
 17 Paul Kushner The atmospheric response to sea ice loss in simple models  
 18 Paul Kushner Seasonal forecasting of the North Atlantic Oscillation in observations and models   
 19 Christopher Lee Surface-ice/air interaction in the Mars atmosphere  
 20 Kimberly Strong
Using Physics to Measure Atmospheric Composition
 Alistair Duff (Chair's Scholar)
 21 John Wei

Cryomagnetic Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Superconducting and Ferromagnetic Vortices