Student Research Presentations
A series of presentations done by Carleton Physics and Astronomy students to showcase the research they did this past summer.
Date: Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
Time: 3:10 pm
Duration: 1 hour
Location: Olin 02
Sponsored by: Physics and Astronomy
Contact: Trenne Fields, x4383Import into your calendar program
We continue the series of presentations done by Carleton Physics and Astronomy students to showcase the research they did this past summer. This week's talks will take place Tuesday, Oct. 29th, at 12:00 (common time) and Wednesday, October 30th at 3:10 (6a) in Olin 02. A light lunch will be provided during common time on Tuesday, and will take the place of the regularly scheduled Physics Table.
Wednesday October 30 presenters:
Scott Dossa will talk to us about Reducing the Limiting Effects of Seismic Noise on the Detection of Gravitational Waves.
Ruiqi Geng will present about Detecting Pulsar Wind Nebulae with Interferometer Images .
Charlotte Zimmerman's presentation is titled High Monomer Loading Photopolymers.