Physics Co-op

Co-operative education combines academic studies with related paid work experience.  Our Co-op students spend a minimum of three terms in hand-on industry and research projects.  Arrangements for work experiences are made through the Science and Environment Co-operative Education Program.  Physics students tend to find co-op positions in high-tech industry, government labs, and university research labs.  Here's a sample of the employers with whom SFU Co-op works:

  • Automotive Fuel Cell Co-operation
  • Ballard Technologies
  • Cooledge Lighting
  • D-Wave Systems
  • E-One Moli Energy
  • General Fusion
  • National Research Council of Canada (NRC)
  • Oce Display Graphic Systems
  • SFU Physics
  • TRIUMF