Kurd wins Canadian top physics award


26/12/2020 22:50:00
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Iranian-Kurdish Ebrahim Karimi, Professor at the Department of Physics from the University of Ottawa was awarded the 2020 Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Herzberg Medal.

 

Professor Ebrahim is originally from Kurdish Saqqez city in the Iranian Kurdistan and works as a researcher and a professor at the Department of Physics of the University of Ottawa.

 

The Canadian Association of Physicists, founded in 1945, is a professional association representing over 1600 individual physicists and physics students in Canada, the U.S. and overseas, as well as a number of Corporate, Institutional, and Departmental Members. In addition to its learned activities, the CAP, through its charitable arm - the CAP Foundation, also undertakes a number of activities intended to encourage students to pursue a career in physics.

 

 

 

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