Physics

John Donohue lecturingJohn Donohue of the University of Waterloo will address “The Second Quantum Revolution,” Monday, March 11, in Katzman Lounge, Vanier Hall.

Discussion of quantum information science on agenda for Monday

A lecture Monday, March 11, on the UWindsor campus promises real-world applications of quantum technologies.

Roman MaevPhysicist Roman Maev speaks to reporters during the launch of ONtech Rapid Coatings.

New company born of UWindsor research

A company launched Tuesday will market a new way of applying powder coatings that cleans, coats, and works metal in a single operation.

New states of quantum matter subject of physics lecture

McMaster University physics professor Graeme Luke, senior fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and fellow of the American Physical Society, will deliver the Canadian Association of Physicists’ annual undergraduate lecture Tuesday, February 13, in Alumni Hall’s McPherson Lounge.

Dr. Luke will discuss “Exotic Probes and Extreme Conditions Reveal New States of Quantum Matter” at 3 p.m.

map showing path of eclipse across North AmericaWindsor-Essex County will fall in the path of at least an 80 per cent view of a solar eclipse Monday, August 21.

UWindsor experts to guide viewers through solar eclipse

UWindsor astronomers will take to a riverfront park Monday to help the public view and understand a solar eclipse.

Eugene KimPhysics professor Eugene Kim will explain the science behind this year’s Nobel Prize in physics in a free lecture Thursday aimed at a general audience.

Lecture to explain Nobel Prize-winning physics

Physics professor Eugene Kim will explain the science behind this year’s Nobel Prize in physics in a free lecture Thursday aimed at a general audience.

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Roman Maev addresses confereesUWindsor physics professor Roman Maev addresses conferees at “Analysing Art: New Technologies – New Applications,” in Canada House, the nation’s high commission in London.

Conference considers new techniques to analyze art

An international conference last month discussed the future of non-invasive technologies in conservation of artworks and the detection of forgeries.

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Steven Rehse (right) shows off the fire tornado to Chitra Rangan and Florida Doci.Physics professor Steven Rehse (right) shows off the fire tornado to professor Chitra Rangan and student Florida Doci.

Fire tornado to heat up Science Rendezvous Saturday

The popular fire tornado will return to Science Rendezvous Windsor on Saturday, May 7.