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July 30, 2016
 
 
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Award-winning quantum physicist to deliver Laurier Association for Lifelong Learning anniversary lecture Award-winning quantum physicist to deliver Laurier Association for Lifelong Learning anniversary lecture
(News Release - May 03)
Computer Science/BBA student trying to build world’s smartest app Computer Science/BBA student trying to build world’s smartest app
(Headline - Mar 18)
Laurier lecture explains the importance of finding Einstein’s gravitational waves Laurier lecture explains the importance of finding Einstein’s gravitational waves
(News Release - Mar 18)
Planetary and Space Science: New Astronomy Class Offered This Spring
(Headline - Feb 29)
Laurier computer science students victorious at Waterloo Hacks 2016 Laurier computer science students victorious at Waterloo Hacks 2016
(Campus Update - Jan 27)
 	Watch Laurier's Shohini Ghose explain how quantum physics can help fight climate change in her TEDxVictoria Talk Watch Laurier's Shohini Ghose explain how quantum physics can help fight climate change in her TEDxVictoria Talk
(Headline - Dec 18)
Astronomy Students Get to Examine Meteorites Astronomy Students Get to Examine Meteorites
(Headline - Dec 11)
Laurier a platinum sponsor at Codefest 2015
(Campus Update - Oct 30)
Senior Research Projects (Students in Years 4/5)
(Notice - Sep 10)
Laurier students work in front-end development for legal startup company Laurier students work in front-end development for legal startup company
(Campus Update - Jul 31)
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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