Justin Albert

Professor of Physics
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Victoria

  ALTAIR !  and  ORCASat !

Please read these two   new   articles (Oct. 2021)   (or their published   journal   versions -- Oxford University Press is 100% to blame for the poor formatting of the journal versions...) !
Our invited brief "Research Highlight" article intended for a general scientific audience, based on our above two articles, is the cover article (Apr. 2022 issue) in Natural Sciences journal (Wiley Publishing's new "flagship" science journal)! (Here are arXiv and Authorea links for this article as well.)

 And, here's a very useful white paper on how to calculate astronomical magnitudes of reflected light from satellites (etc.)!

And, an (also useful) earlier article on artificial photometric (& radiometric) calibration standards in space!

Here is a one-page CV.

(My apologies that the rest of this website is rather ancient, however!  I'll update it eventually...)



Lectures & Reviews


hep-ex/0604037 now Phys. Rev. D 73, 112004

astro-ph/0604339 presented at / proceedings of the 2006 AMOS Conference

hep-ex/0605017 now Phys. Rev. D 74, 051102

hep-ex/0505092 now Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 131802

hep-ex/0412054 proceedings for Flavor Physics and CP Violation '04

hep-ph/0410015 now Phys. Lett. B 605, 335

hep-ex/0405071 now Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 091802

Full list of publications (Warning!: last updated in 2005)

Research interests: Fundamental physics; new technologies and
techniques for answering humankind's ultimate questions about nature,
and the basic principles that govern its behaviour, from the very
smallest to the very largest scales.

213 Elliott Bldg., Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
P.O. Box 3055, STN CSC, Victoria BC, V8W 3P6 Canada
Lab: 022 Elliott Bldg., phone +1 (250) 472-5943

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