Interested in joining?

Good news then! I am looking for enthusiastic and bright students to work in my group (along with several of my colleagues, see this ad). Come and join the party!

If you are a prospective graduate student and want to work with me, 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.

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.

For undergraduate students:

For graduate students: 

  • Citizens (and maybe Permanent Residents) of Canada can explore the various avenues offered by NSERC: English/français. You have to be accepted in our program first.

For post-docs:

  • You can 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 and the process for applying starts sometime in July.
  • The Faculty of Arts & Science at UofT offers (extremely competitive) post-doctoral fellowships. Deadline: late Fall.