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February 14, 2016

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Laurier computer science students victorious at Waterloo Hacks 2016

Laurier computer science students victorious at Waterloo Hacks 2016


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 	Watch Laurier's Shohini Ghose explain how quantum physics can help fight climate change in her TEDxVictoria Talk Watch Laurier's Shohini Ghose explain how quantum physics can help fight climate change in her TEDxVictoria Talk
(Headline - Dec 18)
Astronomy Students Get to Examine Meteorites Astronomy Students Get to Examine Meteorites
(Headline - Dec 11)
Laurier a platinum sponsor at Codefest 2015
(Campus Update - Oct 30)
Senior Research Projects (Students in Years 4/5)
(Notice - Sep 10)
Laurier students work in front-end development for legal startup company Laurier students work in front-end development for legal startup company
(Campus Update - Jul 31)
Laurier professor Shohini Ghose makes the ĎA-Listí Laurier professor Shohini Ghose makes the ĎA-Listí
(Campus Update - Feb 12)
Laurier's Shohini Ghose and Debb Ritchie honoured at Women of Waterloo Region Awards Laurier's Shohini Ghose and Debb Ritchie honoured at Women of Waterloo Region Awards
(Campus Update - May 08)
Laurier names recipients of 2014 Awards for Teaching Excellence Laurier names recipients of 2014 Awards for Teaching Excellence
(Campus Update - Apr 30)
Laurier is hosting the next IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics!
(Headline - Apr 13)
Physics Professor Shohini Ghose shares her TED Fellow experience Physics Professor Shohini Ghose shares her TED Fellow experience
(Campus Update - Apr 02)
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Dr. Li Wei, Department of Physics & Computer Science As the 2007 recipient of the Grace Anderson Research Fellowship, Li will be designing an optical interleaver which packs a large number of signals with different wavelengths for transmission in optical communication networks and then unpacks the signals at the receiving end. In addition to potentially significant improvements in performance and functionality for optical networks, the research project will provide a new method for design optimization of GTE-based optical devices. Li is a key faculty member in Laurier's unique undergraduate Photonics program.

Dr. Li Wei
Associate Professor,
Department of Physics & Computer Science