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McDonald Institute Internships

The McDonald Institute’s Cross-Disciplinary Internship (CDI) program offers students and young researchers unique opportunities to connect their unique and diverse research to astroparticle physics.

Previous Interns

Emily Darling (she/her)

BSc (Hons.) Candidate, Geology and Particle Astrophysics

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emily.darling@queensu.ca |
Undergraduate student, Geological Sciences at Queen’s University
Cross-Disciplinary Project: Muon flux characterization in the DEAP-3600 water Cherenkov muon veto, Dr. Simon Viel (Carleton University)
Undergraduate student, Computer Science at the University of Toronto
Cross-Disciplinary Project: Applying Machine Learning to Event Reconstruction for the SuperCDMS SNOLAB Experiment, Dr. Miriam Diamond (University of Toronto)
Undergraduate student, Computer Science at the University of Toronto
Cross-Disciplinary Project: Applying Machine Learning to Event Reconstruction for the SuperCDMS SNOLAB Experiment, Dr. Miriam Diamond (University of Toronto)
Undergraduate Student, Computer Science specialization in Health Informatics at The University of Winnipeg
Cross-Disciplinary Project: Development of novel isotopic techniques in neutrinoless double beta decay and low-background in support of Astroparticle physics, Dr. Matthew Leybourne (Queen’s University)
Master’s student in Computational Sciences at Laurentian University
Cross-Disciplinary Project: Modelling of the Neutron Detector Characterization Facility for Supernova Physics, Dr. Clarence Virtue (Laurentian University)
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