The Canadian National IUPAP Liaison Committee (CNILC) is the Canadian national committee that acts as the liaison with the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). The CNILC is chaired by the CAP’s Director of International Affairs and includes the CNILC Secretary, an observer from the international adhering body to IUPAP (NRC), and five CAP members representing various subdisciplines of physics. Canadian IUPAP Commission members are ex-officio members of the CNILC. CAP representatives are appointed for a period of three years, with one or two members being replaced each year.
- Assist in the worldwide development of physics, foster international cooperation in physics, and to help in the application of physics towards solving problems of concern to humanity.
- Sponsor 20 to 30 international conferences and awards grants yearly
- Solicit nominations for the IUPAP Young Scientists Prizes.
- Rituparna Kanungo, TRIUMF (Chair)
- Jens Dilling, TRIUMF (Past Chair)
- Andre Staudta, NRC (Secretary)
- Terry Romano, NRC (Observer)
|Ania Kwiatkowski||C2||Commission on Symbols, Units, Nomenclature, Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constantsfirstname.lastname@example.org||TRIUMF|
|Andy Sachrajda||C8||Commission on Semiconductorsemail@example.com||NRC|
|Can-Ming Hu||C9||Commission on Magnetism||Can-Ming.Hu@umanitoba.ca||University of Manitoba|
|Graeme Luke||C10||Commission on Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matterfirstname.lastname@example.org||McMaster|
|Brigitte Vachon||C11||Commission on Particles and Fields||Brigitte.Vachon@McGill.ca||McGill|
|Iris Dillman||C12||Commission on Nuclear Physicsemail@example.com||TRIUMF|
|Michael Steinitz||C13||Commission on Physics for Developmentfirstname.lastname@example.org||STFX|
|Tetyana Antimirova||C14||Commission on Physics Educationemail@example.com||Ryerson|
|Robert Fedosejevs||C16||Commission on Plasma Physicsfirstname.lastname@example.org||University of Alberta|
|Tsuneyuki Ozaki||C17||Commission on Laser Physics and Photonics – CHAIRemail@example.com||INRS|
|Manu Paranjape||C18||Commission on Mathematical Physicsfirstname.lastname@example.org||U de Montreal|
|General Physics||Andre Staudte||2017||2023|
|Condensed Matter, Statistical and Mesoscopic Physics||Michael Steinitz||2016||2019|
|Theoretical and Mathematical Physics||Manu Paranjape||2017||2020|
|Subatomic Physics and Astrophysics||Oliver Stelzer-Chilton||2019||2021|
|Medical and Biological Physics||Monica Stachura||2020||2023|
|Education and Development||Tetyana Antimirova||2019||2021|
Canadian Representation on IUPAP Committees & Working Groups:
|M. Roney||Member||WG1: International Committee for Future Accelerators (ICFA)||2014||2022|
|Tsuneyuki Ozaki||INRS||Member||WG7: International Committee on Ultrahigh Intensity Lasers (ICUIL)||Ongoing|
|Willem T.H. van Oers||TRIUMF||Secretary||WG9: Working Group on International Cooperation in Nuclear Physics (ICNP)||2019||2020|
|Jonathan Bagger||TRIUMF||Member||WG9: Working Group on International Cooperation in Nuclear Physics (ICNP)||2019||2020|
|Nigel Smith||SNOLAB||Member||WG9: Working Group on International Cooperation in Nuclear Physics (ICNP)||2019||2020|
|Luis Lehner||Perimeter Institute||Member||WG11: GRAVITATIONAL WAVE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE (GWIC)||2018|
|Harold Parks||NRC||Member||WG13: Newtonian Constant of Gravitation||Ongoing|
|Eugenia Kumacheva||U of Toronto||Member||WG15: Soft Matter||Ongoing|
Nominating CNILC Members:
Nominations are invited each year to replace those CAP representatives whose term is ending during the upcoming year. Nominees should represent the same subdiscipline of physics as the representative whose term is ending.
Formal letters of nomination that include the nominee’s curriculum vitae and a brief description of the nominee’s involvement in international activities, should be sent to the Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Physicists, 555 King Edward Avenue, 3rd Floor, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1N 7N5, email@example.com, by November 30th.