Poster Session

The poster session is scheduled on Wednesday June 1, 16:30 – 18:00.
Note: your poster has to fit within 47×47 inch.


Victor Arendt (University of Manitoba): Improved modeling of molecular cloud cores: modeling in the visibility plane and with tensor stability calculations
Kelvin Au (University of Manitoba): Magnetohydrodynamic Models of Molecular Tornadoes
David Bohlender (NRC Herzberg): Enhancing the Advanced MOST Science Archive: MK Spectral Classification of MOST Targets
Benson Guest (Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manitoba): Peering deeper into the plerionic supernova remnant G21.5-0.9
Catherine Lovekin (Physics Department, Mount Allison University): 2D rotating evolution and pulsation models of gamma Doradus and Delta Scuti stars observed by Kepler
Hilding Neilson (University of Toronto): A binary shortcut towards the evolution of Type II Cepheids
Emilie Parent (McGill University): The Search for Long-Period Pulsars in the PALFA Survey
Samar Safi-Harb (University of Manitoba): 3D simulations of young core-collapse supernova remnants
Jeroen Stil (University of Calgary): Not the magnetic field
Heidi White (Dunlap Institute / University of Toronto): Gas Content and Kinematics in Clumpy, Turbulent Star-forming Disks
Mitchell Young (St. Mary’s University): NLTE Effects in Globular Cluster Integrated Light Spectra
Yichen Zhan (University of Manitoba): The University of Manitoba’s High-Energy Catalogue of Supernova Remnants and Pulsar Wind Nebulae
Doug Johnstone (NRC Herzberg): How Do Protostars Assemble Mass? A Sub-Millimetre (JCMT) Variability Survey of Deeply Embedded Protostars


Nabeel Ahmed (York University): Disappearing and Redshifted Broad Absorption Line Quasars
Robin Arnason (University of Western Ontario): Identifying X-ray Binaries in the Sculptor Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy
Keagan Blanchette (University of Manitoba): Investigating central galaxy kinematics using cold gas.
Nathan Brunetti (McMaster University Physics & Astronomy): An ALMA Archival Study of the Core Mass Function in the LMC
Nicole Drakos (University of Waterloo): Energy truncation of NFW profiles as a possible explanation for tidally stripped halo density profiles
Nicholas Fantin (Queen’s University ): Identifying Halo White Dwarfs within the NGVS Field
Sarah Gallagher (Western University): Mapping the Quasar Inner Parsec with the Maunakea Spectroscopic Explorer
Clare Higgs (Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Victoria): Solo Dwarf Galaxy Survey: Dwarf Irregulars in the Local Group
Carmelle Robert (Université Laval): Stellar Populations in the Interacting System Arp94 with SITELLE
Steven Rogowski (University of Calgary): Polarization of faint radio sources from stacking the ATLAS survey


Christina Balanduk (University of Manitoba): Observational Astronomy at the University of Manitoba: Phys 2070
Emilie Parent (McGill University): Education and Outreach from AstroMcGill
Jennifer West (University of Manitoba): Atchakosuk: Ininewuk Stories of the Stars


JJ Kavelaars (NRC): The Outer Solar System Origins Survey: I. Design and First-Quarter Discoveries
Sarah McKenzie-Picot (McMaster University): Super-Earth atmospheric models based on planet formation history


Pierre Bastien (CRAQ & dép. de physique, Université de Montréal): POMM: a new high precision Polarimeter for the “Observatoire du Mont-Mégantic”
James Di Francesco (NRC Herzberg): Update on the Next Generation Very Large Array
Alex Josephy (McGill University): Searching for Fast Radio Bursts with CHIME
Lewis Knee (NRC Herzberg): System Performance Testing of the DVA1 Radio Telescope
Byoungyoul Park (University of Manitoba): Development of a Novel MEMS Based Low Current Lorentz Actuator Array for Adaptive Optics
Jason Rowe (Institut de recherche sur les exoplanètes, iREx, Université de Montréal): Tools for Slitless Spectroscopy of Extrasolar Planets with NIRISS aboard JWST
Yu Zhou (University of Manitoba): A Large Area MEMS Low Voltage Electrostatic Actuator for a Deformable Mirror System
Stephanie Cote (NRC Herzberg): Canadian Gemini News
Dennis Crabtree (NRC Herzberg): Potpourri of Metrics, Bibliometrics, Scientometrics and Curiosities


Chiamaka Okoli (Department of Physics, University of Waterloo): Neutrino masses from Gravitational wakes.
Fady Shaker (University of Manitoba): Bayesian unfolding to measure the anti-electron neutrino cross section on carbon