Matinée constitutionnelle -- L’égalité comme justice: réhabiliter Aristote et revivifier l’article 15
A Matinée Constitutionnelle, organized by the Regroupement Droit, changements et gouvernance, McGill's Faculty of Law, and the Université de Montréal's Centre de recherche en droit public. Professeur Charles-Maxime Panaccio, from the University of Ottawa, will present, and Professor Daniel Weinstock will comment. This talk will be in French. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org .ca
Les conférences midi du CIRRISHiver 2014 Technologie et autodétermination des personnes ayant des incapacitésYves Lachapelle, Ph.D, Professeur titulaire, Département de psychoéducation de l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Visitez notre site internet
Tired of the rush and stress of dinner time? Is meal preparation a hassle? Leora Berkovic, graduating student from the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, will present tips on how you can plan ahead to make meal preparation stress free as you have more time to spend with your family and ensure everyone is eating a well balance diet.
Join us at the McGill School of Information Studies (SIS) for a SIS Seminar Series talk on data mining and crime investigation with Dr. Benjamin Fung.
PhD defence of Mr. Ali Salehiomran -- A Universal Approach to Single Longitudinal Mode Operation in Fiber Lasers
Abstract It is well-known that fiber ring lasers (FRLs) suffer from multiple longitudinal mode (MLM) operation due to their cavity length. Although the average optical output power from an MLM FRL may remain constant, the optical power distribution among the longitudinal modes fluctuates. As a result, the output signal of an MLM FRL is degraded by intensity fluctuations, mode competition, and mode hopping. Therefore, it is desirable to force FRLs to operate in single longitudinal mode (SLM) condition.
A Program of Research on Improving Customer-Information Technology-Company Communications in Electronic Commerce Izak BenbasatUniversity of British Columbia Date: March 28, 2014Time: 02:00 pm - 03:30 pmLocation: Room 002 Abstract:
Remover of Obstacles: The Persistence of the Mythological Genre in Hindi Cinema by Professor Rachel Swyer, Professor of Indian Cultures and Cinema, SOAS, University of London.
Each year, for the past fourteen years, a thousand participants from multiple disciplines meet up, to communicate and share experiences, and to define new ways to collaborate. All this takes places in a location near them, thanks to a video conference. This year, over 25 towns will organize the event in France and abroad.