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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Science
October 26, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence
 
Laurier names recipients of 2014 Awards for Teaching Excellence

Laurier names recipients of 2014 Awards for Teaching Excellence


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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 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)
Laurier quantum physicist named a 2014 TED Fellow Laurier quantum physicist named a 2014 TED Fellow
(News Release - Nov 20)
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Dr. Marek Wartak, Department of Physics & Computer Science Marek was named Laurier’s University Research Professor for 2005–2006. He and his research group recently created the world’s first simulator of quantum well-based semiconductor lasers. Based on microscopic principles, this simulator is also able to simulate semiconductor nanostructures including quantum dots. Using this simulator to accurately model new optical communication devices shortens the design time for new products. Marek is a key faculty member in Laurier's unique undergraduate Photonics program.

Dr. Marek Wartak
Professor,
Department of Physics & Computer Science