Physics 4999 Undergraduate Thesis Presentations Captivate and Educate

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On Thursday April 12, 2017 the members of the undergraduate thesis course, Physics 4999, presented their research talks.

The course was overseen by Professor Giovanni Fanchini.

 

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Sean Pentinga

 

Analysis of Compact Galaxy Groups in the Milli-Millennium Simulation

 (supervisor: S. Gallagher)

 

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Cody McLeod

 

Investigation of the Persistent Luminescence of strontium aluminate via Scanning Near-Field Photoluminescence Imaging

 (supervisor: G. Fanchini)

 

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Adrian Mahjour

 

Stellar Inclinations of Be Stars as Determined by Hα Profile Fitting

(supervisor: A. Sigut)

 

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Joshua Folkerson

 

Developing an Image Alignment Method to Search for Young Exoplanets with High-Contrast Imaging

 (supervisor: S. Metchev)

 

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Sergio Dempsey

 

A Novel Hybrid System of Photoacoustics and Ultrasound Elastography for Breast Cancer Diagnosis

 (supervisors: J. Carson / A. Samani)

 

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Nicole Barucha

 

Development of a Control Plot Software Tool for Monitoring Quality in MRI Radio-Frequency Heating Tests of Implantable Medical Devices

(supervisor: B. Chronik)


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