Koniar (iSci/Biophysics '19), was chosen to be one of the few
canadian student delegates at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting,
which will take place from June 30 to July 5 in Lindau, Germany.
This meeting is the opportunity for a handful of selected top young
scientists to meet with Nobel Laureates. This year's meeting is focused on
Physics and will be attended by Canada's two most recent Physics Nobel
Laureates - Dr. Arthur McDonald and Dr. Donna Strickland.
You can read more about Helena, other canadian student delegates and the
Lindau meeting on the McDonald Institute website:
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Congratulations to our very own Graeme Luke for winning the very well deserved 2019 CAP/DCMMP Brockhouse Medal! The prize recognizes outstanding achievement in condensed mater physics by a Canadian physicist. From the press release:
"Prof. Graeme Luke is being recognized for a breadth of experimental studies on new quantum materials - new quantum magnets and superconductors with remarkable physical properties. Prof. Luke carried out these studies using both the Centre for Crystal Growth within the Brockhouse Institute for Materials at McMaster University, where the new materials were synthesized, and at the TRIUMF laboratories in Vancouver. Luke is internationally recognized for his ground breaking studies of new magnets and superconductors using beams of rare muon particles produced at TRIUMF."