Her research will focus on two main topics, modeling of ocean waves and waves in optics and plasmas, to develop mathematical methods to understand two phenomena that essentially characterize nonlinear dynamics.
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CHIME is the first major research telescope to be built on Canadian soil in more than 30 years. Matt Dobbs will work with his team collaborators to develop new techniques for commissioning and calibrating the instrument.
Dr. Williams is looking forward to focusing her time and energy towards this project and being able to dive deeper into the academic study of the various contributions of girls as cultural participants in the early modern period.
Dr. Christine Bold will, as a non-Indigenous scholar, continue to develop relations of research exchange with contemporary Indigenous creators to contribute to the recovery of this richly inventive community of early Indigenous performers.
Dr. Doyon’s research programs are focused on developing new state-of-the-art astronomical instruments designed to detect and study extrasolar planets, in particular rocky ones like our own. The ultimate goal of this endeavor is to find evidence of biological activity outside the solar system.
With the dwindling of fossil resources, under-utilized plant-based biomass waste could potentially provide alternative raw materials for future sustainable chemical products. This can be done through the process of biorefinery.