Faculty of Science Research Chair named Royal Society of Canada Fellow
Graeme, a professor in the Department of Physics & Astronomy and the Faculty of Science Research Chair in Quantum Condensed Matter Physics, is internationally recognized as a leading expert in the application of muon spin rotation/relaxation to the study of quantum matter. He has made important contributions to the study of high temperature and other unconventional superconductors and has uncovered new emergent states in geometrically frustrated magnets.
The Royal Society of Canada has a mandate to serve Canada and Canadians by recognizing Canada’s leading intellectuals, scholars, researchers and artists and, by mobilizing them in open discussion and debate, to advance knowledge, encourage integrated interdisciplinary understandings and address issues that are critical to Canada and Canadians.
The Royal Society of Canada and its members elected 101 new Fellows for their outstanding scholarly, scientific and artistic achievement. The Class of 2023 new RSC Fellows will be inducted during a ceremony being held on Friday, Nov. 17 at Waterloo, Ontario.
Congratulate Graeme at firstname.lastname@example.org.