General Information

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

Conference Support

Support towards Conferences, Workshops and participants.

Please view the funding motivation and application form attached below.

Conferences supported:

Board Minutes

Minutes of CINP-ICPN Board meetings, grouped by year.

Faculty & Associates

Individual Membership in the CINP is open to any resident of Canada who has sufficient training and competence in the discipline of nuclear physics to enable that individual to play a significant role in the activities of the CINP. Those holding academic appointments at Canadian universities or staff scientist appointment at a Canadian government or industrial laboratory are eligible for "Faculty class" membership, while students, PDFs who support the goals and objectives of the CINP are eligible for "Associate class" membership.

Institutional Members

Institutional membership in the CINP is open to any Canadian university, laboratory, or institute which is actively involved in academic research in nuclear physics. The institutional members are the owners of the CINP and have the exclusive right to select the Board of Directors of the institute. Through their institutional membership, these institutions have significant influence in the running of the CINP and the strengthening of nuclear physics research and education across Canada.

Board of Directors

The affairs of the Institute are managed by a Board of Directors, which is selected by the Institutional Members in a staggered manner to provide continuity. Please feel free to contact any Board Member if you need any information about the Institute.

CINP Newsletters

Periodic CINP newsletters are attached below, starting with the first issue in March 2011.

About CINP

Click here for a recent newsletter describing CINP activities.

Contact Information:
Garth Huber, Ph.D.
CINP Executive Director
c/o University of Regina
Department of Physics

Mission Statement:
The purpose of the Canadian Institute of Nuclear Physics (CINP) is to provide a formal organization to fairly-represent and effectively-advocate the interests and goals of the Canadian nuclear physics research community to relevant agencies and parties.


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