Faculty members awarded NSERC grants

June 27, 2014

MacEwan University congratulates its faculty members on receiving Discovery Grant Program awards from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).

Trevor Hamilton (pictured above), psychology: An investigation of CO2-induced behavioural changes in freshwater fish. The research is related to his previous work with CO2-induced ocean acidification.

Jeffrey Andrews, statistics: Non-gaussian latent variable mixture models. His research focuses primarily on automated methods for finding groups in data.

Christopher Striemer, psychology: Identifying the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying the effects of prism adaptation on attention and perceptual biases.

Nicolae Strungaru, mathematics and statistics: Almost periodic measures and mathematical diffraction. His research is in the area of long-range aperiodic order, with a particular interest in Meyer sets, mathematical diffraction, almost periodic measures and spectral theory.

Interviews with Trevor, Jeffrey and Nicolae about their research:

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