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Anthony Kremin

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B.S. Physics with Honors, Professional Emphasis

Anthony will graduate with a double major in Astrophysics and a minor in Mathematics in addition to his Physics degree. For his academic achievements, Anthony was awarded the Edmond B. Franklin Scholarship in Physics twice in academic years 2011-12 and 2012-13.

After graduation Anthony will attend graduate school at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor to study Particle Physics.

Anthony began his undergraduate career performing neutrino research under Dr. Marvin Marshak during his freshman year, and later on gravitational waves under Dr. Vuk Mandic. He also worked as a Learning Assistant for Introductory Physics during his sophomore year. In the summer of 2012 Anthony participated in a Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program through the University of Michigan, where he traveled to Switzerland to perform research at CERN while attending the CERN Summer Student Program lecture series.

Anthony produced two theses as an undergraduate. The first, performed under Dr. Mandic, focused on understanding gravitational wave waverforms from binary black hole systems. The second, performed under Dr. Ken Heller and Dr. George Redlinger (BNL), involved searches for supersymmetry using data from the ATLAS detector at CERN.