Senior Honors Theses
Class of 2014
Leo Bayless-Hall: STM Studies of Topographical Features in the Blue-Bronze Rb0.3MoO3
Steven Butler: Analysis of Anisotropic Critical Fields in Superconductors
Unurbat Erdenemunkh: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Intentionally-Doped Magnetic and Nonmagnetic Impurities in Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+x
Tyler Flanagan: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of the Purple Bronze Li0.9Mo6O17
Rory Jones: Phase Relations in Biological Oscillators
David Melul Fresco: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of the Topological Insulator Bi2Se3AsX
Andrei Shylo: Building a Vertical Wind Turbine for the Math-Physics Building Nanogrid
Brian York: Oscillatory Dynamics in Bio-Molecular Networks
Class of 2013
Christopher Conroy: Questioning Tinkham Equation Via Identification of FFLO state from Angular Data
Christina Ferretti: Methods for Quantifying Wing-beat Frequencies in Mosquitoes
Eric Gustafson: Examination of Radiation Sources Using a Small Radio Telescope
Pascal Jundt: Behavior of a Dense Granular Suspension as it is deposited on a Moving Absorbent Substrate
Vuong Truong: Natural and Experimental Scattering of Colors
Below: Clark physics undergraduate and graduate students talk about their research.
Mike Robitaille '09 talks about his research in Arshad Kudrolli's lab looking at falling paper as an indicator of flight patterns. Mike was admitted to the M.S./Ph.D. Program in Mechanical Engineering at Northeastern University.
Laurel Winter '09
talks about her research in Chuck Agosta's lab working on magets and organic semiconductors. Laurel entered the Ph.D. Program in Physics at Florida State University and is conducting research at NHMFL, Tallahassee, FL.
second year physics graduate student, talks about how he came to work in Arshad Kudrolli's lab.