The Student Advisory Council at the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP SAC) was officially launched in June 2019 with the intention to represent Canada’s Physics Students and make their needs more visible to CAP’s board of directors. Thus, CAP can provide Canada’s Physics Students with helpful resources, activities and events, as well as help them succeed in their careers!

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Patrick Desrosiers est un physicien mathématicien qui s’intéresse aux systèmes complexes et tout particulièrement au cerveau. Joignez-vous à nous le 23 août à 18h30 (HNE) pour en savoir plus sur ce sujet fascinant, vous trouverez le lien pour vous inscrire sur notre site Web!

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Lisa (@Astro_LisaDang) studies a variety of exoplanets vastly different from our Solar System planets and characterizes their climate with a space-based observatory, most excitingly with the recently launched JWST. Join us on August 16! The registration link is on our website.

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Jess McIver’s research interests include multi-messenger astrophysics with gravitational waves from black holes, neutron stars, and core-collapse supernovae using detectors on Earth as well as in space. Join us on August 9 at 6.30 pm EST, the link to register is in our bio!

It was a pleasure hosting Dr. LeBlanc (@epsilonsquared) and thank you to everyone who attended the seminar! If you are interested in joining more physics seminars of the lecture series “The Physics Hour”, visit our website and find the links to register there!

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CAP SAC

The Student Advisory Council at the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP SAC) represent Canada’