Unless otherwise noted, all colloquia take place at 4pm in PSC 3046. Coffee/Tea, and usually doughnuts, are served at 3:45pm in PSC 3046.
- October 21: Dr. Randall Brooks, Canada Science and Technology Museum Corp.:
On the Trail of Smuggler's Booty: the modest ZEEP reactor and its impact
- November 10 (Thursday!): Dr. Calvin S. Kalman, Concordia University:
Helping Students to Change their ways of Learning in Science and Engineering.
This colloquium will take place in room 215 of the Schwartz Building.
- March 2: Dr. Tony Noble will talk on The Neutrino Enigma and other Dark Matters. This talk is sponsored by the
Canadian Association of Physicists.
Information on previous talks