When quantum mechanics makes you want to pull your hair out, and lock yourself in a cube in Clem, take a look at this:
Sigma Pi Sigma
The Third Annual Undergraduate Physics Research Symposium
The Third Annual Undergraduate Physics Research Symposium was held on
November 1, 2013. Six undergraduates presented their physics-related
research at the event. Topics presented are as follows:
Yekaterina Gilbo "The Role of Solar Wind in Magnetospheric
Alyssa Henderson "Non-linear Multi-dimensional Optimization for use in
Wire Scanner Fitting"
Elton Ho "Noise Studies on Silicon Avalanche Photodiodes and Pure
Cesium Iodide Crystals for the Belle II Experiment"
Ranjani Sarma "The Study of Neutrino Properties from Dark Matter
Annihilation in the Sun"
Michael Viray "Variable Terahertz Transparencies of Different Plastics"
Sophia Xiao "Identification of Upward going Muons for Dark Matter
Searches at the NOvA Experiment"
Prizes were given to the best three presenters. We would like to
congratulate the following students for their outstanding performance.
1st prize: Yekaterina Gilbo
2nd prize: Elton Ho
3rd prize: Sophia Xiao
We would also like to give special thanks to Prof. Robert Group,
Prof. Kent Paschke, Prof. Olivier Pfister, Prof. Jongsoo Yoon, and
Prof. Xiaochao Zheng for judging and providing feedback to our speakers
at the event.
For past Research Symposium results, click here
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of or an agency of the University. It is a separate and independent
organization which is responsible for and manages its own activities
and affairs. The University does not direct, supervise or control the
organization and is not responsible for the organization’s
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