WHO ARE THEY?

Graduate students working in the fields of quantum materials and quantum information, Marie-Eve, Maude and Sophie are also involved in the Women in Physics group at Université de Sherbrooke. Along their journey as female students in physics, they have experienced the reality to be part of a minority in a male-dominated field. Their ambition to pursue their career in a more inclusive and diverse environment is therefore at the core of their motivation to make this event a success!

WHO ARE THEY?

Graduate students working in the fields of quantum materials and quantum information, Marie-Eve, Maude and Sophie are also involved in the Women in Physics group at Université de Sherbrooke. Along their journey as female students in physics, they have experienced the reality to be part of a minority in a male-dominated field. Their ambition to pursue their career in a more inclusive and diverse environment is therefore at the core of their motivation to make this event a success!

Marie-Eve Boulanger

Master student in Physics

Support.WIPC2018@USherbrooke.ca

Phone : (819) 821-8000, ext. 66492

Maude Lizaire

Master student in Physics

Support.WIPC2018@USherbrooke.ca

Phone : (819) 821-8000, ext. 66492

Sophie Rochette

PhD student in Physics

Support.WIPC2018@USherbrooke.ca

Phone : (819) 821-8000, ext. 66204

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!

Women in Physics Canada committee

wipc-steering-committee@googlegroups.com

  • Anne Broadbent, University of Ottawa
  • Melanie Campbell, University of Waterloo
  • Sarah Johnson, Simon Fraser University
  • Janis McKenna, University of British Columbia
  • Li-Hong Xu, University of New Brunswick

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!

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