Luc Vinet, University of Montreal,
for his outstanding and continued contributions to mathematical physics, mainly based on the study of symmetries, algebraic structures, and special functions.
Andreas Mandelis, University of Toronto,
for his seminal contributions to the field of photothermal and photoacoustic science and applications.
Douglas Bonn, University of British Columbia,
for his contributions to the field of high temperature superconductivity.
David Harrison, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Toronto,
for his leadership and innovation in introducing research-based pedagogical techniques to his physics courses at the University of Toronto, and for his significant contributions to the on-line physics teaching community and the Ontario Association of Physics Teachers.
Freddy Cachazo, Perimeter Institute,
for deep new insights into the structure of quantum field theory, and the development of elegant mathematical techniques to simplify the analysis of high-energy particle scattering experiments.
Gordon W. Semenoff, University of British Columbia,
for his seminal contributions to quantum field theory, statistical mechanics and condensed matter physics.
Robert Myers, Perimeter Institute/University of Waterloo,
for his outstanding contributions to advancing the frontiers of string theory and its application to theories of gravitation, black holes, and QCD.