Lisez les nouvelles et annonces diffusées antérieurement par l’Institut Périmètre.


Jaron Lanier makes a tetrahedron with his fingers.

Lundi nov 16, 2015

Perimeter talks with virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier about “fashionable” science, the problems with money, and whether we should make math physical.

Vendredi nov 06, 2015

Sean Begy, a first-year science student at Queens University, has won this year’s Luke Santi Award for Student Achievement.

Vendredi nov 06, 2015

Ontario’s Ministry of Education and Perimeter Institute have launched a project to reach more of Ontario’s youth, including those in underserviced areas, through expanded Perimeter programming.

Lundi nov 02, 2015

New elementary school outreach program starts with a guided tour of the cosmos.

Mardi oct 27, 2015

Physics has lost a true pioneer as well as a friend and inspiration to many in Leo Kadanoff, whose insights helped shape our modern understanding of nature. 

Lundi oct 19, 2015

Emmy Noether Fellow Sarah Shandera finds the best response to lingering inequality in science is to ditch the anger and funnel that energy into her work.

Nobel Prize medal

Mardi oct 06, 2015

Perimeter Institute congratulates Board member Arthur B. McDonald on winning the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Lundi oct 05, 2015

Perimeter Institute has been invited by His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston to serve as a “Nominating Partner” for the Governor General’s Innovation Awards. 

William Witczak-Krempa

Mercredi sep 30, 2015

Perimeter collaborators propose a new way to compare vastly different theories: go through the corners.

CBC Ideas at Perimeter

Vendredi sep 18, 2015

How important is imagination in physics? CBC Ideas host Paul Kennedy asks Perimeter Institute researchers. Listen to their answers in the CBC Podcast.

Mercredi sep 16, 2015

Perimeter physicist Matteo Smerlak helps uncover a new predator-prey power law that shapes biomass scaling across ecosystems.

Perimeter Faculty member Bianca Dittrich

Mardi aoû 25, 2015

The From Discretuum to Continuum Initiative aims to bridge the gap between the subatomic scale and spacetime.

Mardi juil 28, 2015

The International Summer School for Young Physicists (ISSYP) gives likeminded high-schoolers from around the world a chance to get hands-on with physics at Perimeter Institute. 

Lundi juil 13, 2015

EinsteinPlus workshop brings together teachers from around the world to re-imagine physics in the classroom. 

Mercredi juil 08, 2015

Perimeter researchers Peng Ye and Zheng-Cheng Gu put forward a theory to create bosonic topological insulators by condensing the vortex lines in a Bose-Einstein condensate, and it could lead to “impossible” anyons on the surface.

Lundi juin 29, 2015

Congratulations to the sixth class to complete PI’s “theoretical physics boot camp,” the Perimeter Scholars International (PSI) master’s program.

Lundi juin 22, 2015
Perimeter has forged strategic new partnerships that will inject more than $4 million into fundamental research, training, and outreach at the Institute.

Jeudi juin 18, 2015

Three Perimeter researchers have received Early Researcher Awards from the Ontario government.

Mercredi juin 17, 2015

The most dazzling discoveries in science often arise when subjects – or problems – collide. That is the idea behind Convergence, Perimeter’s first alumni reunion, and it’s the focus of the latest issue of the Inside the Perimeter magazine.

EHT photo

Mardi juin 09, 2015

Perimeter Institute is building a team of researchers and students to conduct leading-edge analysis of astrophysical data collected by the Event Horizon Telescope. 

Jeudi mai 21, 2015

Could black holes be the universe’s own accelerator experiments, churning out signals that may unveil exotic new particles – perhaps even the elusive dark matter?

Mardi mai 05, 2015

Maxim Pospelov, professeur associé à l’Institut Périmètre, vient de proposer une nouvelle méthode pour trouver de la matière sombre à l’aide d’horloges atomiques.

Daniel Brod

Mercredi avr 22, 2015

Une équipe d’expérimentateurs à laquelle appartient Daniel Brod, postdoctorant à l’Institut Périmètre, démontre que l’échantillonnage dispersé de bosons fonctionne et permet de presque quintupler le rythme de collecte de données.

Mardi avr 14, 2015

Pedro Vieira s’est vu attribuer la prestigieuse médaille Gribov de la Société européenne de physique.

Jeudi avr 02, 2015

Des chercheurs ont utilisé un phénomène jamais observé auparavant, appelé distillation quantique, pour transformer un condensat ultrafroid de Bose-Einstein en quelque chose d’encore plus froid – et de potentiellement plus utile.