The CINP bylaws allow for the creation of Scientific Working Groups (SWGs) to assist with the organization of the Institutes scientific program.
|Nuclear Structure||Adam Garnsworthy||TRIUMF||garns(at)triumf(dot)ca|
|Nuclear Astrophysics||Iris Dillmann||TRIUMF||dillmann(at)triumf(dot)ca|
|Fundamental Symmetries||Gerald Gwinner||University of Manitoba||gwinner(at)physics(dot)umanitoba(dot)ca|
|Hadron Structure/QCD||Charles Gale||McGill University||gale(at)physics(dot)mcgill(dot)ca|
|Nuclear Physics Education and Training||Juliette Mammei||University of Manitoba||jmammei(at)physics(dot)umanitoba(dot)ca|
SWGs can be formed by the Board of Directors as deemed appropriate. Individual Members may also petition the Board for the formation of a SWG. The role and activity level of a SWG will be ultimately determined by its members, but could include:
The intent is for the scientific activities of the CINP to be ambitious and broad-based.
ALL Individual Members are eligible for membership in one or more SWGs.
Membership in a SWG is deliberately NOT exclusive.
You DO NOT need to be affiliated with an Institutional Member to join.