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Awards & Honours Akira Konaka Awarded the 2016 CAP-TRIUMF Vogt Medal 21 April 2016 The 2016 CAP-TRIUMF Vogt Medal for Contributions to Subatomic Physics is awarded to Dr. Akira Konaka, TRIUMF Research Scientist, for his outstanding contributions to the T2K long-baseline neutrino experiment, including his leadership in establishing the collaboration.
Workshops & Conferences A New Beginning for Ab Initio 01 April 2016 TRIUMF's theory department offers a broad range of expertise in nuclear structure and reaction techniques, making them ideal candidates to host the Ab Initio Nuclear Structure and Reaction Theory workshop, a global dialogue hosted by TRIUMF.
Student Stories The Long Journey to “Doctor” 26 February 2016 At five years old, Milena Čolović wanted to be a medical doctor. Now, as a master’s student at UBC and as a trainee of the ISOSIM CREATE program, she’s certainly on her way to achieving that goal.
Experimental Result A TRIUMF for ALPHA-2 25 February 2016 The ALPHA Collaboration, including several key contributors from TRIUMF, once again pushed the boundaries of antihydrogen research with their latest breakthrough.
Experimental Result Dr. Richard Hill Visits TRIUMF in the Pursuit of Knowing 11 February 2016 Distinguished visiting scientist Dr. Richard Hill brings law and order to physics problems through the simplicity of mathematics and the power of collaboration with like-minded individuals from around the world.
Awards & Honours TRIUMF Photo Wins Global Physics Photowalk 14 December 2015 Vancouver photographer wins Global Physics Photowalk 2015 competition by capturing her childhood memories in TRIUMF photo.
Awards & Honours John D’Auria – A Rebel With A Cause 03 December 2015 For his excellence in science, John D’Auria has been invited to be a Fellow of the American Physical Society, the world’s largest association of physicists.
Awards & Honours Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics 09 November 2015 This prize is awarded jointly to the Daya Bay, Kamland, SNO, Super-K, and T2K/K2K collaborations “for the fundamental discovery of neutrino oscillations, revealing a new frontier beyond, and possibly far beyond, the standard model of particle physics.”
Awards & Honours Winning Photographs Revealed 04 November 2015 Congratulations to the Vancouver photographers for their winning photos in TRIUMF’s photo competition, part of the Global Physics Photowalk 2015.
Experimental Result Computing the Heart of Matter 03 November 2015 An international team of theoretical physicists has succeeded for the first time in calculating important properties of the Calcium-48 nucleus, using America's largest supercomputer.


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