Student Research

  • Allana Walsh: Summer 2017 Swenson Fellowship at California Lutheran University
    Topic: Magnetic fields in high mass stars
  • William Parquette: Summer 2017 Swenson Fellowship at California Lutheran University
    Topic: Detector development for CERN
  • Johanna Paine: Summer 2017 Swenson Fellowship at California Lutheran University
    Topic: Detector development for CERN
  • Benjamin Russell: Summer 2016 Darling Fellowship at California Lutheran University
    Topic: Cosmological Constraints on Gravitational Wave Detections
  • Teerth Patel: Summer 2016 Swenson Fellowship at California Lutheran University
    Topic: The Growth of Galaxy Clusters and Proto-Clusters
  • Christopher Ortiz: Summer 2016 Swenson Fellowship at California Lutheran Univeristy
    Topic: Superconductivity and Magnetism in Sr2RuO4 and Sr2IrO4
  • Jennifer Anderson: Summer 2016 Darling Fellowship at California Lutheran Univeristy
    Topic: Investigation of superconductivity for the quasi-one-dimensional compound Li0.9Mo6O17
  • Dominic Lunde: Summer 2016 in the Department of Physics at William and Mary University
    Topic: Comparisons of Pion Simulations for the MOLLER Experiment
    Final report
  • Mickey da Silva: Summer 2015 Department of Homeland Security Fellowship at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC
    Topic: Long-range wireless power transfer
    Press release: Student interning for Homeland Security
  • Pierce Hening: Summer 2015 Swenson Fellowship at California Lutheran University
    Topic: Simulation of half-flux quantization in strontium ruthenate
  • Dominic Lunde: Summer 2015 Darling Fellowship at California Lutheran University
    Topic: Simulation of stripe formaton in superconductors
  • Noah Meisner: Summer 2015 Swenson Fellowship at California Lutheran University
    Topic: Simulation of superfluid density in superconductors
  • Fransheska Berrios: Summer 2014 in the Department of Physics of the University of California at Davis
    Topic: Dark matter detection
  • Eric Henderson
    Eric Henderson '14 works on a neutrino
    detector at Fermi National Accelerator
    Laboratory.
    Eric Henderson: Summer 2014 at Argonne National Laboratory (Batavia, IL) under the auspices of New Mexico State University
    Topic: Neutrino physics
    Uniformity of light collection efficiency with TPB plates, presented at the 2014 Southern California Conference on Undergradate Research, November 22, 2014, Fullerton, CA
  • Carlos Moran: Summer 2014 in the Department of Physics of Brigham Young University
    Topic: Quantum information theory
    Quantum dynamics for generating non-classical states, presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Four Corners Section of the American Physical Society, October 18, 2014, Orem, UT.
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