General Information

General information about the CINP, including the Welcome/Home page

WNPPC Graduate Student Travel Awards

The Canadian Institute of Nuclear Physics (CINP) is making available six graduate student travel awards to the Winter Nuclear and Particle Physics Conference (WNPPC), to be held in Banff, Alberta on February 14-17, 2019. The conference website is at:

Each award will be for up to $600 towards student travel expenses. Students must be enrolled in graduate studies at a Canadian university and performing research in experimental or theoretical nuclear physics. The application package (PDF format) consists of:

CINP Undergraduate Research Scholarships (URS)

The CINP is pleased to announce that it will fund up to 5 research scholarships to enable gifted undergraduates to work with a supervisor on nuclear physics research this summer.


Subatomic Physics Major Resources Support Facilities

Various resources that support Canadian subatomic physics experimental efforts are available to the community through the NSERC Subatomic Physics Major Resources Support (MRS) Program. Applications for use of the facilities should be directed to those operating the facilities as described below.

CPP+ Major Resources Support Centre

Annual General Meeting Archive

Information presented at Annual Meetings of the Institutional and Individual Members


For more information on the recent activities of the CINP, please see the following information from our most recent AGM.
Annual General Meeting

The affairs of the CINP are managed by a Board of Directors, selected by the Institutional Members in a staggered manner to provide continuity.
Our Board of Directors
Board Minutes Archive
Financial Audit Archive
Institutional Member Delegates


Undergraduate Research Scholarships (URS)
The CINP's URS program enables gifted undergraduates to work with a supervisor on nuclear physics research in the summer.

Conference Support
The CINP regularly provides support towards Conferences, and Workshops. Follow the link for information on previously supported conferences, application guidelines and forms.

Nuclear Physics

The discipline of Nuclear Physics is driven by fundamental investigations on the origin, evolution and structure of strongly interacting matter.

For a brief presentation on the breadth of Canadian nuclear physics research and important current and future priorities, click here.

Welcome to the CINP-ICPN website

The Canadian Institute of Nuclear Physics is a formal organization of the Canadian nuclear physics research community to promote excellence in nuclear research and education, and to advocate the interests and goals of the community both domestically and abroad.

ANNOUNCEMENT: CINP Brief to Subatomic Physics Long Range Plan


As announced previously by NSERC, the CINP is charged with coalescing nuclear physics community input into a Brief that will be submitted to them by October 1.

Conference Support

Support towards Conferences, Workshops and participants.

Please view the funding motivation and application form attached below.

Conferences supported:


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