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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The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation occurs every year on September 30. This day honours the lost children and Survivors of residential schools, their families, and the resiliency of their communities.


Join us on October 4 to learn how @BoothValerie's group uses physics, biochemistry and computational techniques to develop novel antibiotics, learn how the biomolecular machines inside cells continue to operate even though their environment is full of other molecules, and more!


Valery Milner investigates quantum "weirdness" using ultrashort laser pulses. His group tailors the pulses to a unique shape, known as an "optical centrifuge", which enables them to spin molecules inside the quantum system of interest. The link to the seminar is on our website!

Joignez-vous à nous le 20 septembre à 18h30 (HNE) pour en savoir plus sur la neuroscience avec Daniel Côté, qui utilise la photonique pour développer des nouveaux outils pour voir les neurones dans les êtres vivants. Vous trouverez le lien pour vous inscrire dans notre bio!

We are looking for a postsecondary student representative who is engaged in the LGBTQ+ community!

Please apply using the application form on the website under "LGBTQ+ Representative Application". The deadline is 12 PM EDT, September 27, 2022.

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