Fall 2018

Physics Department’s Undergraduate STEM Research Seminar: Fall 2018

Sep. 7th Di’Arra Mostella and Alya Sharbaugh, TTU Physics Majors
Performing Data Analysis and Studying Rare-Event Physics at Yangtze University in Hubei, China through the PIRE-GEMADARC Undergraduate Research Program

Sep. 14th Andrew Hall, TTU Physics Major
Determination of the Neutron Capture Cross Section of 134Xe at    En = 4.2 and 5.5 MeV

Sep. 21st JP Nelms, TTU Mechanical Engineering Major
AeroGuard: Experiences in Fast-Paced R&D in the Defense Sector

Sep. 28th Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, TTU Chapter
A NASA Micro-g Neutral Buoyancy Experiment Design Team Project 

Oct. 12th Steven Buchanan, TTU Mathematics Major
How Often is the Conclusion of Euclid’s Lemma True?

Oct. 19th Professor Patrick Brady, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Neutron star mergers – from nuclear physics to cosmology

Nov. 2nd Dr. Joseph Lukens, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Quantum Optics: What Is and What Should Be

Nov. 16th Mae Scott, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Probing Neutron Beta Decay with the Nab Experiment

Nov. 30th Kenneth Long, University of Wisconsin-Madison and TTU alumnus
Searching for New Physics at the Large Hadron Collider

Dec. 7th Sanjay Chakrabarty, Cookeville High School
Simulating an Ultracold Neutron Depolarization Experiment to Verify the Integrity of an Analysis Model

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