Fall 2019

Physics Department’s Undergraduate STEM Research Seminar: Fall 2019

Sep. 20th Professor Joseph Perez, Auburn University
Seeing the Invisible

Sep. 27th
Drew Dycus, TTU Physics Graduate
Broadening Your Horizons

Benjamin Luna, TTU Physics and Mathematics Major
Low-energy bound states, resonances, and scattering of light ions

Oct. 4th Christian Swindell, TTU Computer Science Major
Optimizing a Python-based Neutron Spin Dynamics Simulation Code

Oct. 11th Julia Vesely, TTU Human Ecology Major
Research and Development of High Protein Beer

 Oct. 18th
Viviana Cruz, TTU Chemical Engineering Major
Lithium Extraction from Brine using Li/Al Layered Double Hydroxide Chloride

Alya Sharbaugh, TTU Physics Major
Analysis of X-Class Solar Flares in the AIA 131A Channel

Oct. 25th
Darsh Dinger, TTU Physics Major
Development of a sCMOS Position-Sensitive UCN Detector

Jeremiah Ginder, TTU Computer Science Major
Efficiently Simulating Neutron Spin Evolution in the UCN𝜏 Experiment

Nov. 1st Marie Blatnik, Caltech
For the nEDM@SNS

Nov. 8th Professor Callan Bentley, North Virginia Community College
Visualization in geology: Key milestones, best practices, and dispatches from the future

Nov. 15th Dr. Matthew Fritts, University of Minnesota
Listening for Dark Matter

Nov. 22nd
Eungkyun Kim, TTU Electrical Engineering Major
The Gamma Ray Production Cross Section of 𝟏𝟑𝟒Xe(𝐧, 𝐧’𝛄)𝟏𝟑𝟒Xe Reaction

Gabrielle Waters, TTU Chemical Engineering Major
Ullman-Type Coupling of Functionalized 1,2,4-Bistriazinyl-Bipyridines toward Strategic Complexants for Minor Actinide Separations

Dec. 6th Physics Advanced Laboratory Presentations
Alex Chaney, TTU Chemical Engineering and Physics Major

Zach Chaney, TTU Mechanical Engineering and Physics Major
Torsional Oscillator

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