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Chelsey Dorow

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B.S. Physics, Professional Emphasis

Chelsey has been involved in research focusing on neutron scattering studies and crystal growth of high-temperature superconductors. She also performed Monte Carlo simulations and data analysis for the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search(CDMS)group. Chelsey was awarded the Jeffrey Basford Scholarship for academic achievement in 2012-13.

After graduation she will attend graduate school at the University of California-San Diego for Condensed Matter Physics

While earning her undergraduate degree, Chelsey conducted research in experimental condensed matter physics with Professor Martin Greven, focusing on neutron scattering studies and crystal growth of high-temperature superconductors. She also performed Monte Carlo simulations and data analysis for the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search (CDMS) group with Professor Priscilla Cushman. In academic year 2012-13 Chelsey was awarded the Jeffrey Basford Scholarship for academic achievement.

This year Chelsey was also awarded the Hagstrum Award for her demonstrated excellence and promise in her field. After graduation she will attend graduate school at the University of California-San Diego for Condensed Matter Physics