The sixth annual Worster Summer Research Symposium was held on Friday, November 18, 2016. Students used this opportunity to present the results of their team's progress and accomplishments.
2016 Worster Summer Research Fellows
Yi Guo, Gas Inflows and Outflows in Ultra-Luminous Infrared Galaxies at z ~ 0.1
Advised by Stephanie Ho (PI: Crystal Martin)
Sean Hare, Tracking DNA Polymerase Motion with Single-Molecule Optical Encoders
Advised by Bill Flaherty (PI: Everett Lipman)
Morgan Brubaker, Subdiffraction Acoustics with Diffusion-Limited Aggregates
Advised by Kevin Singh (PI: David Weld)
Chris Reetz, Designing Diamond AFM Tips for Nanoscale Imaging of Room Temperature Magnetic Skyrmions
Advised by Alec Jenkins (PI: Ania Jayich)
Daniela Koch, Streamline Classification in Human Structural Brain Imaging Data
Advised by Joshua Mueller (PI: Jean Carlson)
David Guevel, Optical Follow-Up of Gravitational Waves
Advised by Griffin Hosseinzadeh (PI: Andy Howell)
The fourth annual Worster Summer Research Symposium was held on Friday, October 31, 2014. Students used this opportunity to present the results of their team's progress and accomplishments.
Sylvia Madlow presenting about microwave kinetic inductance detectors.
Ari Kaplan, Search for Supersymmetry at the LHC
advised by Alex George
Jacqueline Geler Kremer, Ag-DNAs for Use in Sensing and Imaging Applications
advised by Steve Swasey
John Devany, Single-molecule microarrays for Optimizing DNA-stabilized Silver Nanoclusters
advised by Jackson Travis Del Bonis-O’Donnell
Philip Saad, The Electromagnetic Duality
advised by Eric Mintun
Joseph Wong, Gas-Phase Metallicity of Galaxy Mergers
advised by Stephanie Ho
Sylvia Madlow, Dual-Tone Readout for Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors
advised by Alex Walter
The inaugural Worster Summer Research Symposium was held on Friday, August 26, 2011. It capped off a busy summer for undergraduate Physics students and their graduate mentors. Also included in the symposium was a presentation by the College of Creative Studies Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow (SURF) student.
Listed below are the participants and their research: