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Becoming a Golden Hawk means more than just cheering on our (really good) varsity teams – it means being a student who cares about your community, who works hard in the classroom, and who takes advantage of all the learning opportunities that can happen outside the classroom, too.

Kathie Cameron

  • graph algorithms
  • polytime combinatorial optimization
  • graph theory

Hongbing Fan
Associate Professor

  • reconfigurable network computing platform with applications in grid/cloud computing
  • communication middlewere system for smart grid and sensor networks
  • circuit-switched/packet-switched reconfigurable interconnection on-chip networks

Shohini Ghose
Director, Centre for Women in Science (WinS)

  • quantum computers/quantum teleportation
  • quantum and classical chaos
  • women in science

Angèle Hamel

  • combinatorics
  • algorithms
  • optimization

Ian Hamilton

  • quantum and classical mechanics
  • chemical bonding and reactivity
  • nanostructures, clusters and complexes

Chính Hoàng

  • theoretical computer science
  • graph theory
  • discrete mathematics
  • graph algorithms

Alexei Kaltchenko
Associate Professor

  • information theory
  • quantum information theory and quantum computing
  • data compression

Ilias Kotsireas
Director of the CARGO lab

  • symbolic computation
  • combinatorial designs
  • high-performance computing

Li Wei

  • photonics and nanophotonics
  • optical filters, dispersion compensators, fibre Bragg gratings (FBGs), fibre optic sensors, fibre lasers, surface plasmon polariton, and nanophotonic device

Roderick Melnik
Tier I Canada Research Chair in Mathematical Modelling
Director, MS2Discovery Interdisciplinary Research Institute

  • coupled multiscale phenomena, processes and systems

Shaowen Song

  • computer networks
  • system-on-chip design
  • video/audio compression
  • FPGA based circuit design
  • N-nary logics and optical computing

Marek Wartak

  • simulations of photonic devices
  • computational photonics
  • plasmonics

Eugene Zima
Associate Professor

  • computer algebra
  • program optimization and fast computational schemes
  • algorithms
  • closed form summation

Contact Us:

Hongbing Fan, Graduate Officer

T: 519.884.0710 x2823
Office Location: Science Building, N2081


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