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March 27, 2015
 
 
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Laurier professor Shohini Ghose makes the ‘A-List’

Laurier professor Shohini Ghose makes the ‘A-List’

Shohini Ghose has been a TED Fellow, a VIP guest at a spacecraft launch and even accepted an award at the Palace of...
(Campus Update - Feb 12)


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Senior Research Projects (Students in Years 4/5)
(Notice - Sep 04)
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)
Jason Ernst (Computer Science BSc ’07) and Carlos Saavedra (BA ’09) win inaugural CODE national appathon
(Headline - Apr 01)
Shohini Ghose named Woman Physicist of the Month - April 2014 Shohini Ghose named Woman Physicist of the Month - April 2014
(Headline - Mar 31)
Brandon Chow (BBA/CS) and Andrew Paradi (BBA) Win with Web Analytics Startup
(Headline - Mar 26)
Apply for an Undergraduate Student Research Award (USRA) by February 15, 2014
(Notice - Jan 22)
Laurier research centre members VIP guests at MAVEN spacecraft launch Laurier research centre members VIP guests at MAVEN spacecraft launch
(Campus Update - Dec 06)
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Dr. Angèle Hamel, Department of Physics & Computer Science A recent recipient of the Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award at Laurier, Angèle is an internationally recognized researcher in combinatorics--the mathematics behind computer science. Her research is a mix of computer science and mathematics with application to bioinformatics, networks, and algorithms. A highly rated teacher in computer science, her Applied Cryptography course is especially popular.

Dr. Angèle Hamel
Professor,
Department of Physics & Computer Science