Faculty members awarded NSERC grants

June 27, 2014

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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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