Aksel Hallin, PhD

Professor, Faculty of Science - Physics


Professor, Faculty of Science - Physics
(780) 492-3516
2-087 Centennial Ctr For Interdisciplinary SCS II
11335 Saskatchewan Drive NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2H5



PhD (1983) Princeton;
MA (1979) Princeton;
BSc(1977) UBC;
Professor (Alberta) 2007-present;
Professor (Queen's)(1998-2007);
Associate Professor (Queen's) (1994-1998);
Assistant Professor (Queen's)(1991-1994);
Assistant Professor (Princeton) (1985-1991);
PDF (Los Alamos) (1983-1985)


Direct detection of galactic dark matter as part of the DEAP-3600 experiment at the SNOLAB underground facility, which consists of 3600 kg of ultrapure liquid argon.

Measurement of neutrino properties, solar neutrinos and geoneutrinos with the SNO+ and SNO experiments at SNOLAB.


PHYS 234 - Introductory Computational Physics

Algorithms for scientific data analysis: sorting methods, polynomial fitting, regression, interpolation, and Fourier analysis: techniques for solving physics and geophysics problems with selected topics from mechanics, waves, geometrical optics and ray tracing, electricity and magnetism, statistical physics, decay processes, quantum physics, signal processing. Prerequisites: one of PHYS 124, PHYS 144, or EN PH 131, and one of PHYS 126, PHYS 146, or PHYS 130; and MATH 100 or 113 or 114 or 117 or 144, and MATH 102 or 125 or 127. CMPUT 174 is recommended for students without prior programming experience.

PHYS 297 - Experimental Physics II

Contemporary methods of experimental physics with measurements from classical and modern physics. This is a continuation of Experimental Physics I with application of more advanced techniques and more in-depth exploration of the selected physics topics. Prerequisite: PHYS 295. Corequisites: PHYS 271, PHYS 281 and MATH 101 or 115 or 118 or 146.

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