Interested in joining?

Although I have funds to pay for students, bringing your own funding always looks good on a CV! Some of these links explain a few possibilities. The deadlines are only indicative, and prospective members should contact me well in advance.

Undergraduate students: I do not intend to supervise any UG student until the Fall of 2021, though will resume doing so after that. At any rate, see here for a comprehensive list of opportunities and up-to-date detail on procedures, deadlines, etc. In particular,

Graduate students: As of September 2020, I am not recruiting any graduate student. However, if you are reading these words long past that date, check back with me. In any case, if you are a prospective graduate student, you will necessarily have to go through the regular application and admissions process of the Department of Physics. Check out the website to figure out how.

  • Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada can explore the various avenues offered by NSERC and by OSAPYou have to be accepted into our program first.

 Post-docs:

  • You can also explore the various avenues offered by NSERC: English/français. Once again, it is easier to be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident, but international applicants might want to look at the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship. The latter is extremely competitive, to the point that it is mostly a waste of time and energy. The process for applying starts sometime in July.
  • The Faculty of Arts & Science at UofT offers (very competitive) post-doctoral fellowships. Deadline: Winter, changes often.