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Please join us for an afternoon of meeting students, viewing ongoing projects, lab tours, and information about the UBC Engineering Physics program.  Meet with current students and alumni to discuss aspects of the program.Registration is open for students in grades 10, 11, 12 who enjoy science and who might benefit from early exposure to careers in engineering and science.   Strong preference given to students that have not attended any previous Engineering Physics or UBC Engineering events.  Registration is Free of Charge.
Date Sunday Jan 25th, 2015
 Time 12:30pm – 3:30pm   Doors open at 12 noon.   Lunch will be provided.
Location Michael Smith Labs – 2185 East Mall (next to UBC Bookstore) (click here for parking and directions)

Registration closes on Monday, Jan 19th, or when spaces are filled.  ~60 student slots are available for the day, and historically fill up before the last posted registration day.


 The event is now fully registered.    To sign up for the event waiting list, in case additional spaces become available, please click here:



For Further Information Contact Jon Nakane, Lab Director, Engineering Physics Project Lab (, 604-822-2110).



Preliminary Schedule

12:30 – 1:15 pm
Check-In + Light Lunch
Displays and demos of undergraduate Engphys Projects, meeting with Engphys students and alumni.

1:15 – 2pm
Speakers (Engphys professors and students)

2:00 – 3:30pm
Lab Tours  (EngPhys Project Lab, Engineering Design Centre, AMPEL, and a selection of other spaces)



About the Engineering Physics Information Session


Eng Phys is a highly interdisciplinary program designed to fulfill the needs of those driven by a passion for invention, scientific curiosity, and creativity. Typical students in Eng Phys are bright, innovative, have a strong sense of adventure and a desire to turn their ideas into real science and technology advances. Students in Engineering Physics obtain the equivalent of an honours physics degree plus an accredited engineering degree in one of four options: Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Mechatronic Science.


In addition, students may use elective courses to obtain specialized training in areas such as Biophysics, Bioengineering, Applied Math, Astronomy, Project Management, Earth and Ocean Sciences, Alternative Energy, Materials Engineering, and more. Students graduating from this program go on to industry engineering work, research, commerce, as well as graduate studies at top schools such as Stanford, MIT, CalTech, Harvard and others, all of whom recognize the strength of our program. Due to the breadth of their expertise, UBC Eng Phys alumni hold executive and founding roles in many of BC’s high tech companies.


UBC Engineering Physics is looking for talented and physics-motivated high school students to attend an orientation event where they can find out more about our program as well as career opportunities in Engineering Physics.



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