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Ion Beam Group Publishes Paper

Posted on Nov 16, 2017 in News

The Ion-Beam Analysis Group recently published a paper titled “Undergraduate Research and Training in Ion-Beam Analysis of Environmental Materials” in Physics Procedia. The authors are Michael Vineyard (Frank and Marie Louise Bailey Professor of Physics), Sajju Chalise (’19), Morgan Clark (’17), Scott LaBrake (Senior Lecturer of Physics), Andrew McCalmont (’16), Brendan McGuire (’18), Iseinie Mendez (’17), Heather Watson (Assistant Professor of Physics), and Joshua Yoskowitz (’16). The article can be accessed...

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Prof. Wilkin and Harry Hausner ’16 Publish Astronomy paper

Posted on Aug 22, 2017 in Faculty, News, Research, Students

Prof. Wilkin and Harry Hausner ’16 published Exact Analytic Solution for a Ballistic Orbiting Wind in the Astrophysical Journal. The abstract and link to the paper may be found here.

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Profs. Hallenbeck & Koopmann Publish Astronomy Paper

Posted on Aug 22, 2017 in Faculty, News, Research, Students

Professors Hallenbeck and Koopmann and collaborators published HI in Virgo’s “Red and Dead” Dwarf Ellipticals – A Tidal Tail and Central Star Formation in the Astronomical Journal. The abstract and link to the paper can be found here.

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Maddie Miller ’19 Named Brooke Owens Fellow

Posted on Apr 7, 2017 in News, Students

Congratulations to Mechanical Engineering major and Astrophysics minor Madeleine Miller ’19, who has won a prestigious Brooke Owens Fellowship! Maddie will spend the summer in San Francisco working on satellites with the Planet company.  Read more about Maddie in the Union...

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Riley Konsella ’17 wins Watson Fellowship

Posted on Apr 7, 2017 in News, Students

Congratulations to Computer Engineering major and Astronomy minor Riley Konsella for winning a Watson Fellowship. Riley will be studying transportation models in Denmark, Norway, Rwanda, Singapore, Vietnam and Brazil. See the Union Chronicle story for more about Riley and the fellowship.

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Prof. Amanuel presents at American Physical Society Meeting

Posted on Apr 6, 2017 in Faculty, News, Research, Students

Prof. Sam Amanuel presented a paper on critical length that influences the heat of fusion of nano materials at the American Physical Society March meeting in New Orleans. Physics majors Jason Turner ‘18, Alexander Clain ‘15 and Caleb Novins ‘15 co-authored the paper.

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