This workshop will include an overview of the research support resources available at McGill for physics students, an overview of literature reviews, and more!
This workshop will include an overview of Unix file systems and how to navigate them using the command line or 'terminal'. We will look at some essential tools that are used for command line computing including; shells, shell scripts, ssh, and Make
This workshop will cover an introduction to python for beginners. It will include an overview of the basics of python and exercises for participants.
Participants should have python installed ahead of time, or they can use Google Colab resources if python isn't set up.
Installing python with Anaconda:
This workshop will include an introduction to the problems faced and techniques and hardware used when handling data, with emphasis on big data management. There will be a Q&A session at the end for participants to ask questions related to data management, in both software and hardware.
This workshop will include an overview of data visualization in python, with emphasis on communicating effectively using data visualization.
Participants should have python installed ahead of time.
This workshop will use Fusion360, free for all students with a university email
The focus of this workshop will be on extrusion/filament printing which is available to all physics students at the Makerspace
Please install the Prusa Slicer before the workshop!
This workshop will go over the essentials for short form scientific presentations, and include hands-on exercises for participants
This workshop will include an assortment of short exercises on essential soft skills for scientists
This workshop will offer an overview of how to write a great conference abstract, including an interactive writing session where participants will draft their own abstracts