John E. Sipe is a Professor of Physics at the University of Toronto, where he has been around for 50 years! He is a theorist who interacts strongly with experimental groups. His research interests are in quantum optics and condensed matter physics, particularly on topics such as quantum interference processes in solids, quantum nonlinear optics in integrated photonic structures, and foundational issues in the description of the interaction of light with matter. He is a Fellow of Optica, of the American Physical Society, and of the Royal Society of Canada.
This year marks 50 years that John has been either a graduate student or a professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Toronto. To celebrate this, we are holding a one-day physics symposium on Tuesday February 21st, 2023. Checkout the program for more information about our outstanding invited speakers.
February 21st, 2023
Department of Physics - Room MP137,
McLennan Physical Laboratories, 60 St George St, Toronto
- Marc Dignam – Queen’s University
- Marco Liscidini - University of Pavia
- Aephraim Steinberg – University of Toronto