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Dr. David Lubitz's Research Improves Energy Efficiency in Greenhouse Industry

In Essex County, Ont., the nighttime sky glows orange and greenhouses dominate the landscape. It’s the result of the rapidly growing greenhouse industry in Ontario, one that took up almost 1,800 hectares of land and paid close to $194 million for energy in 2021, according to Statistics Canada.

But in Essex County, a hotspot for greenhouse-grown fruits, vegetables and flowers, energy is still in short supply.

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New Faculty Q&A: Dr. Justin Slater

Dr. Slater Discusses his journey to join CEPS and his research on developing novel data science and statistical methods in epidemiology.

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Department of Physics Student Awarded the IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme

Congratulations to Zarin Tasnim Ahmed on being awarded the International Atomic Energy Agency Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP). The aim of MSCFP is to help increase the number of women in the nuclear field. Award winners receive up to €20,000 for tuition costs and up to €20,000 for living costs for their Master’s programme. MSCFP is a highly competitive global fellowship program, with only 150 awards being issued annually to women masters students. 

Dr. Xiaodong Lin received runner-up 2021 Best Paper Award from IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing

Dr. Xiaodong Lin's paper, "Blockchain-Based Public Integrity Verification for Cloud Storage against Procrastinating Auditors," was announced as the runner-up for the 2021 Best Paper Award from IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, by the IEEE Computer Society Publications Board. IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing is the leading journal in the cloud computing field. Congratulations Dr. Lin.

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Physics Names New Chair

Professor Stefan Kycia named Chair, Department of Physics, at the University of Guelph.

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