POSTER HALL 4: Physics, Math, & Astronomy

Alauna C Wheeler

Alauna C Wheeler

UC Merced"Self-Assembled Nanoparticle Honeycomb – Exploring a Path to Cellular Scaffolds"I experimentally study the physics of the ...
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Arabi Seshappan

Arabi Seshappan

Defected transition metal dichalcogenides are exciting materials for quantum information science (QIS) applications as potential single photon emitters, quantum light sources, and room-temperature solid-state quantum bits (qubits).
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Alec Shelley

Alec Shelley

I study differential equations relevant to physics like the Schrodinger equation, and how they change when they are discretized, or noise/disorder are added.
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Cooper Selco

Cooper Selco

My research is focused on pushing the boundaries of NMR by exploring new techniques and new regimes.
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Milana Meyer

Milana Meyer

The formation of nanophase iron (npFe) due to space weathering is a key characteristic of lunar soils, leading to darkening of optical reflectance spectra and changes in spectral contrast and near-infrared continuum with increased surface exposure.
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Madelyn Broome

Madelyn Broome

Of the nearly 5000 exoplanets that have been discovered orbiting around other stars in our galaxy, several hundred are so close to their host stars
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NIcholas O’Dea

NIcholas O’Dea

In this collaboration with Yaodong Li, Tibor Rakovsky, and my advisor Vedika Khemani, I’m building a dictionary between two areas of quantum physics – error-correcting codes and phases of matter.
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Jason Meintjes

Jason Meintjes

The original construction of the compactified moduli space of n-pointed genus-zero curves due to Knudsen is an opaque procedure involving an unspecified number of blow-ups
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Kameron Gausling

Kameron Gausling

I present the preliminary results of the spectral analysis of >300 slowly rotating FGKM stars utilizing Python Spectroscopy Made Easy (PySME).
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Ahmad Abassi

Ahmad Abassi

We aim to study and numerically simulate Wilton ripples, interesting mathematical and physical phenomena, to gain insights into their analytical properties.
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Matt Larson

Matt Larson

My work involves interactions between combinatorics and algebraic geometry in both directions. I've used combinatorics to study problems in singularity theory.
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Zach Horton

Zach Horton

In earthquake forecasting, a Markov renewal process can be used to model the time until the next earthquake using both the amount of time that has elapsed so far and the magnitude of the previous event.
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Dominic F Sanchez

Dominic F Sanchez

The pyramid wavefront sensor (PWFS) is a prime candidate to be implemented into the next generation of extremely large telescopes for low order wavefront sensing.
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