While the IPP broadly supports particle physics research in Canada, we maintain a set of "IPP projects" that constitute our core programme. more
The IPP employs eight faculty-equivalent research scientists who lead the Canadian efforts in major particle physics experiments around the world. more
Congratulations Art McDonald and Takaaki Kajita
for having the discovery of neutrino oscillations recognized with the awarding of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics. A wonderful time to celebrate our colleagues Art McDonald and the SNO team - and some beautiful physics!
Subatomic Physics Research Environment in Canada
2014 Oct 27: IPP and CINP submit brief to NSERC describing the environment and context in which subatomic physics research is conducted in Canadian universities.
IPP Summer Students
Applications for the 2015 IPP CERN Summer Student program are now being accepted. more