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The following faculty members participate in this program:

Iakov Afanassiev - experimental oceanic and atmospheric fluid dynamics; numerical modelling of geophysical flows (PhD P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Acad.)

Jahrul Alam - turbulent flows in the atmosphere, oceans and proous media (PhD McMaster)

Ivan Booth - general relativity; black hole physics (PhD Waterloo)

Stephanie Curnoe - electronic, magnetic and structural properties of solid state materials, including unconventional superconductivity, magnetic and non-magnetic ordering, and structural phase transitions (PhD British Columbia)

Serpil Kocabiyik - computational fluid dynamics; scientific computing and mathematical modeling; applied analysis and perturbation methods (PhD Western Ontario)

Margarita Kondratieva - asymptotical methods in quantum mechanics; optimization in discrete structures (PhD Tomsk State)

Hari Kunduri - general relativity, black holes, Riemannian geometry (PhD Cambridge)

Jolanta Lagowski - modeling and simulation of biopolymers and synthetic polymers, electronic and optical properties of conducting polymers (PhD Toronto)

John Lewis - theory of collective effects and many-body phenomena in collision-induced absorption; theory of globular clusters (PhD Toronto)

Marco Merkli - mathematical physics, quantum dynamical systems (PhD Toronto)

Martin Plumer - magnetic phase transitions, frustrated antiferromagnets, thin-film ferromagnets, Monte Carlo simulations, micromagnetics (PhD Toronto)

Chris Radford - partial differential equations of mathematical physics; general relativity (PhD Sydney)

Sergey Sadov - asymptotical and numerical analysis; electromagnetic diffraction theory (PhD Keldysh Inst. for Applied Math)

Ivan Saika Voivod - thermodynamics and dynamics of supercooled liquids, focussing on aspects of crystal nucleation and the glass transition. Systems studied include silica, attractive colloids, Lennard-Jones liquid and nanoclusters(PhD Western Ontario)

John Whitehead - condensed matter theory (PhD Alberta)