The Canadian Institute of Nuclear Physics - Institut canadien de physique nucléaire - is a formal organization of the Canadian nuclear physics research community to promote excellence in nuclear research and education, and to advocate the interests and goals of the community both domestically and abroad.
Upcoming Deadlines for CINP Support Programs
Follow the links below for more information and application forms.
2023-Sep-24: CUPC Student Travel Awards
2024-Jan-5: WNPPC Student Travel Awards
2024-Feb-26: Undergraduate Research Scholarships (URS)
The 2024 Undergraduate Research Scholarships program enables gifted undergraduates to work with a supervisor on nuclear physics research this summer. A total of six $5,500 awards are available.
2024-Mar-25: CINP Graduate Fellowships (GF)
The 2024 CINP Graduate Fellowship program supports excellence in graduate nuclear physics research. Depending on the number of applicants, either two or three 1-year $12,500 fellowships are available.
The JSci program allows graduate students and PDFs to broaden their research horizon and become more mature scientists. Applications must be submitted at least 2 months (preferably even earlier) before the expected date of travel.
Anytime: Conference Support
The CINP regularly provides support towards Conferences, and Workshops. Applications should be submitted as early as possible in the conference organization process, and at least four months before the start of the event.
CINP Long Range Plan White Paper
The 2022 -- 2036 Horizon for Nuclear Physics in Canada "From the Core of Matter to the Fuel of Stars"
2020-Dec-01: The CINP White Paper Committee has completed its work and the final version has been released to the Canadian Subatomic Physics Long Range Planning Committee. The report is publicly available for your download from: https://cinp.ca/subatomic-physics-long-range-plan
Thank you to everyone who provided the considerable assistance and support which were vital to the preparation of this document.
The CINP White Paper Committee
Garth Huber firstname.lastname@example.org (Chair)
Svetlana Barkanova email@example.com (QCD/Hadrons)
Iris Dillmann firstname.lastname@example.org (Nuclear Astrophysics)
Adam Garnsworthy email@example.com (Nuclear Structure)
Gerald Gwinner firstname.lastname@example.org (Fundamental Symmetries)
Juliette Mammei email@example.com (Education & Training)