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TRIUMF Science Week is back this summer!
July 31st - August 4th, 2023.
This year's program will feature presentations on recent achievements and highlights of TRIUMF's science program. Further, Science Week 2023 will be used as platform to present the outcome for the 2025-2030 5-year plan to the community, following on from last year's Science Week which was used to gather input and feedback on major science directions and new initiatives from the TRIUMF community. With ARIEL on the horizon, the third part of the science program will be dedicated to informing the community on the facility's status and timelines, and feature presentations and discussions on exciting new science opportunities in the ARIEL era. We will conclude the week with the TRIUMF Users Group Annual General meeting.
Science week is planned as in-person event, but if you want to join online, please follow the zoom links that will be send out to all participants via email.
Stay up to date with Science Week 2023 events via our interactive social media wall!
Throughout the week, you can post to Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram with the hashtag #TRIUMFScienceWeek2023 to add your photos to our live feed, which is being hosted via Walls.io. The feed updates periodically, so check in each day to see what your peers are sharing.
Be sure to vote using Walls.io's heart-shaped Like button for your favourite shared photos from the week – a prize will be awarded to the person with the most votes on their post at the end of the week!
Good luck, and we’re excited to see what #TRIUMFScienceWeek2023 looks like through your eyes!
The Collider Implementation Task Force (ITF) was charged with the evaluation and fair and impartial comparison of future collider proposals, including R&D needs, schedule, cost (using the same accounting rules), and environmental impact. Over about a two-year period a group of 12 accelerator and collider experts collected information of all major and innovative future collider proposals. A report was recently published at https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-0221/18/05/P05018. The speaker chaired the task force and made presentations of the report to Snowmass and most recently to P5. A summary of the evaluation will be given.
The TRIUMF SRF program began in 2000 to support the design and development of the ISAC-II heavy ion linac. We now have two superconducting linacs in operation, the 40MV ISAC-II heavy ion linac and the 30MV ARIEL 1.3GHz electron linac. At TRIUMF SRF R&D supports the high performance and availability of TRIUMF accelerators to enable discovery science. In addition SRF infrastructure and NSERC funds are leveraged to deliver cutting edge research to educate and train highly skilled personnel and to advance SRF science and technology. External collaborations with VECC, CERN and others are opportunities to participate in exciting projects, enhance our skill set and reputation. The SRF development program will be presented.
Presentations and panel discussion with Ira Aisaican (Councillor, Cowessess First Nations), Arzu Sardarli (First Nations University of Canada), Jana Sasakamoose (Graduate Student, First Nations University of Canada, University of Regina), Akira Konaka (TRIUMF).
Panel discussion with Ira Aisaican (Councillor, Cowessess First Nations), Arzu Sardarli (First Nations University of Canada), Jana Sasakamoose (Graduate Student, First Nations University of Canada, University of Regina), Akira Konaka (TRIUMF).
This networking event is focused on how to make a career out of a grad degree in physics. The event will feature a 1hr panel discussion with panelists coming from a range of companies in diverse fields around Vancouver to showcase career opportunities for those with a physics background. Learn all about what paths are available and how to follow them after you graduate!
This session will have smaller groups lead by individual panelists and other mentors from Science Week and TRIUMF. This is your chance to build connections with people who have made a career out of the skills they learned doing physics!