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Kiet Pham

Pham receives 2019 St. Cyr Scholarship

Kiet Pham received the 2019 Harry and Viola St. Cyr Scholarship for Summer Research. Pham is a transfer student from Houston, Texas and originally from Vietnam. He plans to use the scholarship to pay tuition and support his research. Pham works for Dr. Vuk Mandic in Mandic lab, focusing on gravitational wave detection. Identifying the transient noise features and participating in searches for stochastic gravitational-wave background using LIGO data.

Amanda Gatto

Gatto receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Amanda Gatto received the 2019 Franklin Scholarship.

Xiaohuan Xia

Xia receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Xiaohuan Xia received a 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Jesse Donahue

Donahue receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Jesse Donahue received a 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Jonathan Brashear

Brashear receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Jonathan Brashear received a 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Thomas Richardson

Richardson receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Thomas Richardson received the 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship. Thomas is originally from Hull, England and has lived in Minnesota since 2014. The scholarship will help him work less over the summer, so that he can really focus on his research with Prof. Dan Dalhberg's group. He is interested in the intersection of quantum mechanics and macroscopic systems and is now exploring solid state physics.

Dakota Hall

Hall receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Dakota Hall received the 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Fu receives 2019 Goldman Fellowship

Xiaojun Fu received the 2019 Professor Allen M. Goldman Fellowship. Xiaojun is originally from Tianjin, China. He plans to use the money to support my summer research. His research is in quantum transport in 2D systems.

Jessie Duncan

Duncan receives 2019 Burlaga Fellowship

Jessie Duncan received the 2019 Leonard F. Burlaga/Arctowski Medal Fellowship. Duncan is originally from Charlotte, North Carolina. With the support of the Burlaga fellowship, she will spend this summer continuing her analysis of data from an observation of the sun by the NuSTAR telescope. She works on both data analysis and detector development for high energy x-ray observation of the sun.

Aaron West

West receives 2019 Burlaga Fellowship

Aaron West received the 2019 Leonard F. Burlaga/Arctowski Medal Fellowship. He grew up in Edmonds, WA and has a B.S. in Comprehensive Physics from the Univ. of WA. The Fellowship will support his research for summer 2019, establishing a model for plasma waves in Earth's magnetosphere. His research focuses on the intricacies of wave propagation and interaction with other waves, particles, and the earth's atmosphere. The goal is to refine predictive technologies to make space travel safer and help ground-based facilities withstand magnetic fluctuations caused by solar activity.


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