Lisez les nouvelles et annonces diffusées antérieurement par l’Institut Périmètre.


Mardi avr 14, 2015

Pedro Vieira has been awarded the prestigious Gribov Medal by the European Physical Society.

Jeudi avr 02, 2015

Researchers have used a never-before-observed phenomenon called quantum distillation to turn an ultra-cold Bose-Einstein condensate into something even colder – and potentially more useful.

Lundi mar 23, 2015

Correlation does not imply causation – unless it’s quantum. That’s the message of surprising new work from Perimeter Institute and the Institute for Quantum Computing.

Mercredi mar 18, 2015

Efforts to reduce environmental impact put Perimeter Institute in elite company.

Mercredi mar 11, 2015

De nouvelles recherches menées à l’Institut Périmètre montrent que les champs gravitationnels qui entourent les trous noirs pourraient tourbillonner et faire des remous.

Vendredi mar 06, 2015

In commemoration of International Women’s Day, Perimeter’s “Inspiring Future Women in Science” conference gave more than 200 high school girls a glimpse into the lives of women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Lundi fév 23, 2015

Perimeter Faculty member Pedro Vieira has earned a 2015 Sloan Research Fellowship for his explorations into the foundations of quantum field theory.

Mercredi fév 18, 2015

Perimeter researchers Yidun Wan and Ling-Yan Hung have taken an important step toward using topologically open surfaces like cylinders for quantum computation.

Example of a dynamical crystal

Mardi fév 10, 2015

Latham Boyle wanted to enhance a proposed gravitational wave detector. Instead, he and Kendrick Smith may have stumbled upon a new type of crystal.

Luke Santi Award presentation

Vendredi fév 06, 2015

Miles Cranmer, a first-year physics student at McGill University, has earned Perimeter’s 2014 Luke Santi Memorial Award in recognition of his achievements in the classroom, in the lab, and in his community.

Mardi fév 03, 2015

New research has overturned a widely publicized claim about the beginnings of the universe.

Michal P. Heller

Jeudi jan 08, 2015

Perimeter researcher Michal P. Heller has created a shortcut to understand primordial matter in its most extreme state.

Mardi jan 06, 2015

Perimeter Faculty member Lee Smolin and his collaborator, Marina Cortês, were awarded the inaugural Buchalter Cosmology Prize at the 225th meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Seattle, Washington.

Kevin Pope demonstrates a learning activity from Perimeter's new teaching resource.

Mercredi déc 03, 2014

The latest teaching kit from Perimeter helps turn household items into tools that explain the universe.

Eduardo Martin-Martinez

Mardi nov 18, 2014

Visiting Fellow Eduardo Martin-Martinez has been recognized for the potential of his research into relativistic quantum information.

Mardi nov 11, 2014

Perimeter Faculty members Natalia Toro and Philip Schuster have won a New Horizons in Physics Prize. The $100,000 award recognizes exceptionally promising young researchers and is awarded by the Breakthrough Prize Foundation, which evolved as an expansion of the Fundamental Physics Prize Foundation.

Jeudi oct 30, 2014

Perimeter Institute announces its Tensor Networks Initiative, aimed at supporting a new research approach with utility across a number of areas.

Mercredi oct 29, 2014

Time flies straight ahead like an arrow, never backtracking, and a Perimeter postdoc has co-authored a Physical Review Letters paper that offers an explanation as to why.

Vendredi oct 17, 2014

New research from Perimeter shows that two of the strangest features of quantum mechanics – entanglement and negative energy – might be two faces of one coin.

planck dust

Vendredi sep 26, 2014

New measurements of galactic dust cast doubt on the claimed detection of gravitational waves from this past March.

Mercredi sep 24, 2014

Selon de nouvelles recherches, une technique utilisée pour sonder les systèmes quantiques pourrait ne pas être si quantique. C’est ce que prétendent Joshua Combes, postdoctorant à l’Institut Périmètre, et son collègue Christopher Ferrie.

Raffi Budakian

Jeudi sep 11, 2014

Raffi Budakian, nouveau membre du corps professoral de l’Institut Périmètre, fait le pont entre la théorie et l’expérimentation grâce à de nouvelles manières d’entrevoir le monde de l’infiniment petit.

Mardi sep 09, 2014

Neil Turok, directeur de l’Institut Périmètre, vient d’être élu membre de la prestigieuse Société royale du Canada.

Vendredi aoû 29, 2014

Bon anniversaire, l’ISSYP! Le camp d’été de l’Institut Périmètre pour élèves du secondaire fête ses 10 ans cette année.

Jeudi aoû 07, 2014

Selon une proposition de trois chercheurs de l’Institut Périmètre qui a fait la couverture du dernier numéro de la revue Scientific American, notre univers pourrait avoir émergé d’un trou noir contenu dans un univers ayant un plus grand nombre de dimensions.