Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

Conference Presentations by REU Undergraduates and RET Teachers since 1994

NCUR Conference Website
UR student Presentations at NCUR 1991-2000
URE Conference Website

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A listing of journal and conference proceedings authored or co-authored by REU
A listing of senior BS theses by REU Undergraduates (Physics and Astronomy REU)
A listing of research reports authored or co-authored by REU Undergraduates (Physics and Astronomy REU)

Presentations and Abstracts at National Conferences 1994

  1. R. C. Gilmore and R. S. Knox Perrin's model revisited: a simplified approach to time-dependent optical anisotropy for nearly degenerate states Paper G13 2, APS meeting,Pittsburgh, PA, Tue., Mar. 22, 1994 Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 39, 382-383 (1994)
  2. R. C. Gilmore and R. S. Knox Perrin's model revisited: a simplified approach to time-dependent optical anisotropy for nearly degenerate states, Poster, First European Research Conference on Photosynthesis, York, UK Aug. 27-31, 1994 [rsk present]

1994 National Conference on Undergraduate Research Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, April 14-17, 1994

  1. Brian Taylor, Striations in the Positive Column of Glow Discharges,(N. P.Bigelow). Presented at 8th NCUR Conference, Western Michigan Univ. Kalamazoo MI (1994)
  2. Mark Su, Striations in the Positive Column of Glow Discharges, (N. P.Bigelow). Presented at 8th NCUR Conference, Western Michigan Univ. Kalamazoo MI (1994)
  3. Carlo Williams, Femtosecond Solid State Lasers - Principles and Applications (R. Sobolewski).Presented at 8th NCUR Conference, Western Michigan Univ. Kalamazoo MI (1994)
  4. Di Wu, Electrical Transport Properties of YBa2C307-x Superconductors (R. Sobolewski), Presented at 8th NCUR Conference, Western Michigan Univ. Kalamazoo MI (1994)

Presentations and Abstracts at RSPS 1994

http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/1994/index.html
  1. Proton Transfer Dynamics on Highly Attractive Potential Energy Surfaces: Induced Rpulse Energy Release in O-+HF at High Collision Energy Martin Zanni, , Poster at RSPS Conferenece April, 1994.
  2. Observation and Investigation of Bi-Polar Outflow Regions Including Sharpless 106 and BFS 56 Bernard Sklanka, , Poster at RSPS Conferenece April, 1994
  3. Optical Feedback in an External Cavity Diode Laser System Dan Jeannotte, Jeffry Korn, N. Bigelow, Presented at RSPS Conferenece April, 1994.
  4. Perrin’s Model Revisited: A simplified Approach to Time Dependent Optical Anisotropy in Nearly Degenerate States. Robert Gilmore, R. S. Knox), Presented at RSPS Conferenece April, 1994

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 1994

  1. Robert C. Gilmore, “A Reexamination of the Kennard-Stepanov Relation”, advisor - R. Knox * 1994. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1994). (winner of the Stoddard Prize, 1994).
  2. Craig McMurtry, "Near Infrared Observations of the Star Formation Region AFGL 6366S", advisors- J. Pipher, W. Forrest, 1994. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 1994).
  3. James Muzerolle, “Infrared Spectroscopy of Shocks in the DR 21 and Cepheus A Molecular Outflows”, advisor - D. Watson, 1994. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 1994).
  4. Heidi A. Van Tassell, “High-Resolution, Near-Infrared, Fabry-Perot Imaging of [FeII] Emission in the Galaxy M82”, advisor - J. Pipher, 1994. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 1994).
  5. B. Sklanka, "A Near Infrared Study of the BFS 56 Star Formation Region", advisors - J. Pipher, W. Forrest, 1994. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 1994).
  6. Daniel Jeannotte, “External Cavity with Litrow-Mounted Diffraction Grating”, advisor - N. Bigelow, 1994. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1994).

Presentation and Abstracts in National Conferences 1995

  1. Robert S. Knox and Robert C. Gilmore Perrin's elliptical oscillator revisited: a simplified approach to time-resolved optical anisotropy of molecular systems Poster 11, Twelfth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-12), Woods Hole, MA Sat., Mar. 25, 1995 [rsk present]

NCUR 1995

  1. CDF End Plug Hadron Calorimeter Upgrade: Design, Production and Quality Control Results,, K. Michaud (A. Bodek), NCUR 9, National Conference of Undergraduate Research, 1995.

Presentations and Abstracts at RSPS 1995

http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/1995/index.html
  1. Chaotic Dynamics of a Periodically Driven Pendulum, M. Su, J. Windsor, N. Bigelow, Presented at RSPS Conferenece April, 1995.
  2. Study of the Primakoff Mechanism and Decays of Hybrid Meson States, K. Mittra, T. Ferbel, Presented at RSPS Conferenece April, 1995.
  3. A. Study of Low Mass Objects in the Taurus System ,R. Armstrong, J. Pipher, Presented at RSPS Conferenece April, 1995.
  4. How a Photreceptor Converts a Photon into a Neural Signal, R. Doyle, T. Foster, Presented at RSPS Conferenece April, 1995.

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 1995

  1. Mark Su, “The Dynamics of a Periodically Kicked Pendulum”, advisor - N. Bigelow, 1995. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1995).
  2. George Craig, “The Application of Renormalized Techniques to Simple Quantum Mechanical Systems”, advisor - S. Rajeev, 1995. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1995).
  3. D. S. Rifkin, “The Localization of a Fluorescent Source in a Turbid Medium”, advisor - T. Foster, (Physics Senior Thesis, 1995). (winner of Stoddard Prize, 1995).
  4. S. Chen, “Confocal Fluorescence Microscopy of Multicell Tumor Spheroids”, advisor - T. Foster, (Optics Senior Thesis, 1995). (winner of the Daniel Ward Healy, Jr. Memorial Award, 1995).

Presentations and Abstracts in National Conferences 1996

  1. R. S. Knox and D. A. Sawicki Spectral variation and the Kennard-Stepanov temperature. A possible new signature of excited-state relaxation processes Paper M-AM-G7, Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD Mon. Feb. 19, 1996 Biophys. J. 70, A131(Abtract) (1996)
  2. The Relationship of Intercompartmental Excitation Transfer Rate Constants to Those of an Underlying Physical Model,. C. Holcomb and R. Knox. 13th Annual Eastern Regions Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole; April, 1996.
  3. A New Approach to the Kennard-Stepanov Relation, D. A. Sawicki , R. Knox. 13th Annual Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference, Woods Hole; April, 1996.
  4. R. S. Knox, P. D. Laible, D. A. Sawicki and M. F. J. Talbot, Does excited chlorophyll a equilibrate in solution? Talk and Paper, International Conference on Luminescence (ICL '96), Prague, CzechRepublic, Mon., Aug. 19, 1996
  5. Dynamic Confinement Ultra -Cold Atoms: Demostration of RODiO Trap (Rotating Off-resonant Dipoe Optical Trap). P. Rudy, R. Ejnisman, A. Rahman, S. Lee, N. P. Bigelow. in Proceedings of the 12th Interdisciplinary Laser Science Conference, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  6. Effect of Conversion Temperature and Time on Photoluminescence Spectra of POLY(2,3-DIPHENYL-P-PHENYLEN VINYLENE ( DP-PPV), Y. Choong, J. Vitale, Razafitrimo, Y. Gao, et. al.American Physical Society Meeting, St. Louis; March, 1996.
  7. A Study of Acrylic Cerenkov Radiation Detectors, B. Porter, A. Bodek, et al., Abstract in Bulletin of The American Physial Society (1996); presented at the American Physial Society Meeting, Indianapolis, 1996.
  8. A GEANT Simulation of the Response of a Copper-Scintillator Sampling Calorimeter to Electrons and Hadrons, K. Michaud, A. Bodek, P. de Barbaro, H. Budd. Abstract in Bulletin of The American Physial Society (1996); presented at the American Physial SocietyMeeting, Indianapolis, 1996.
  9. Magnetohydrodynamical Wave Support of Interstellar Molecular Clouds, M. Zingale and M. Wardle. Abstract in Bulletin of The American Physial Society (1996); presented at the American Physial Society Meeting, Indianapolis, 1996.
  10. Analysis of Star Formation Region L1988-e, S. Galayda, J. Pipher. Abstract in Bulletin of The American Physial Society (1996); presented at the American Physial Society Meeting, Indianapolis, 1996.
  11. A. Study of the Interactions of Cosmic Ray Muons in the Tev Energy Range, A. Chikkatur, (A. Bodek, P. Auchincloss). Abstract in Bulletin of The American Physial Society (1996); presented at the American Physial Society Meeting, Indianapolis, 1996.
  12. A. Study of High Energy Muons using the CCFR/NuTeV detector, L. Bugel, (A. Bodek, ). Abstract in Bulletin of The American Physial Society (1996); American Physial SocietyMeeting, Indianapolis, 1996.

NCUR 1996 http://ncur.wlu.edu/ http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm 1996 National Conference on Undergraduate Research University of North Carolina, Asheville April 18-20, 19

  1. Comparison of Data and Theory of the Interaction of Electrons Hadrons and Muons in Scintillation Sampling Calorimeters, K. Michaud (A. Bodek), NCUR 10, National Conference of Undergraduate Research, 1996.
  2. A Study of the Interactions of Cosmic Ray Muons in the TeV Energy Range, A. Chikkatur (A. Bodek, P. Auchincloss); NCUR 10, National Conference of Undergraduate Research, 1996.
  3. The Atom Valve, S.H.Lee (N. Bigelow), Proc. of the 10th NCUR. Conference, Univ. of North Carolina (1996), pp.1328-1332.

Presentations and Abstracts at RSPS 1996 (10 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/1996/index.html

  1. The Aging Behavior of PPV, M. Robinson (Y. Gao, et al.), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  2. The Atom Valve, S. H. Lee (N. Bigelow), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  3. The Relationship of Intercompartmental Excitation Transfer Rate Constants to Those of an Undelying Physical Model, C. Holcomb (R. Knox), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  4. Adiabatic Population Inversion in a Three-Level Atom, J. Ruffo (J. Eberly), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  5. A New Approach to the Kennard-Stepanov Relation, D. Sawicki (R. Knox), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  6. Tests of a New Energy Measurement Technique for TeV -range Cosmic Ray Muons, A. Chikkatur (P. Auchincloss), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  7. Comparison of Data and Theory on the Interaction of Electrons, Hadrons and Muons in Scitilator Sampling Calorimeters, K. Michaud (A. Bodek), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  8. A Study of Acrylic Cerekov Radiation Detector, B. Porter (P. Auchincloss), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  9. Analysis of Star Formation Region L988e, S. Galayda (J. Pipher), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996.
  10. Magnetohydrodynamical Wave Support of Molecular Clouds, M. Zingale (M. Wardle), Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, Rochester, NY, 1996

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 1996.

  1. Michael Zingale, “Magnetohydrodynamic Wave Support of Molecular Clouds”, advisors - M. Wardle, J. Thomas * 1996. Physics Senior Thesis, 1996). (winner of the Stoddard Prize, 1996).
  2. Matthew Dobbins, “Frequency Stabilization of a Helium-Neon Laser”, advisor - N. Bigelow **, 1996. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1996). (Stoddard Prize Honorable Mention, 1996).
  3. James Ruffo, “Population Transfer in a Three Level Atom”, advisor - J. Eberly ** 1996. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1996). (Stoddard Prize Honorable Mention, 1996).
  4. Suzanne Galayda, “Analysis of Star Formation Region L988e”, advisor - J. Pipher, 1996. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 1996).
  5. Bond Masuada, “Soft Gluon Radiation in Top Quark Production: Effect of Hadronic W Decay”, advisor - L. Orr , 1996. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1996).

Presentations and Abstracts at National Conferences 1997

  1. Troy Andre, “Gluon radiation in top quark production and decay with hadronic W decays” (with Lynne Orr). Presented at the April, 1997 American Physial Society Conference, Washington, DC.

NCUR 1997 http://ncur.wlu.edu/ http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm

  1. Greg Veramendi, “The development of a monte carlo simulation for the track trigger processor at CDF” (with Paul Tipton). Presented at NCUR 97, Austin, Texas.
  2. David Hilton “hotoelectrochemical Solar Cells Using Organic Pigment Nanoparticles” (with Yonlgi Gao). Presented at NCUR 97, Austin, Texas.
  3. Sara L. Wilknison “Magnetic Hysteresis Data and Bacterial Magnetite from the Western Equatorial Pacific Ocean” (with John Tarduno). Presented at NCUR 97, Austin, Texas.
  4. Mr. Troy Andre, “Top Quark Physics and Gluon radiation” (with Lynne Orr). Presented at NCUR 97, Austin, Texas.

Presentations and Abstracts at RSPS 1997 (9 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/1997/index.html

  1. Erik Johnson, “Time of flight wall development for PHOBOS” (with Frank Wolfs). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1997.
  2. Troy Andre “Gluon radiation in top quark production and decay” (with Lynne Orr). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics in May, 1997.
  3. Greg Veramendi, “The development of a monte carlo simulation for the track trigger processor at CDF” (with Paul Tipton). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1997.
  4. Jennifer Hoffman, “Micron dust feature emission as a diagnostic of massive star formation” (with Judith Pipher). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1997.
  5. Kaleb Michaud, “Two-temperature model study of global warming” (with Robert Knox). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1997.
  6. Denise Sawicki, “Behavior of a magnetic dipole in a rotating magnetic field” (with Joseph Eberly). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1997.
  7. Kelly Hicks, “A new approach to Kennard-Stepanov analysis: application to spheroidens and ppv1” (with Robert Knox). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1997.
  8. Emek Yesilada, “Three state eigenvalues and narrow-line laser absorption” (with Joseph Eberly). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1997.
  9. Ananth Chikkatur, “Construction and characterization of a magneto-optical trap” (with Nicholas Bigelow). Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1997.

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 1997

  1. Brian Porter, “A Study of an Acrylic Cerenkov Radiation Detector”, advisors - P. Auchincloss, A. Bodek, 1997. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1997).
  2. Kaleb Michaud, “Two-Temperature Model Study of Global Warming”, advisor - R. Knox, 1997. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1997).
  3. Jennifer Hoffman, “3.28mm Dust Feature Emission as a Diagnostic of Massive Star Formation in Galaxies”, advisor - J. Pipher, 1997. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 1997).
  4. Erik Johnson, “Time-of-Flight Wall Development for PHOBOS”, advisor - F. Wolfs, 1997. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1997).
  5. Kelly Anne Hicks, “A New Approach to Kennard-Stepanov Analysis: Applications to Spheroidenes and an Electro-optical Polymer”, advisor - R. Knox, 1997. (Optics Senior Thesis, 1997). (Stoddard Prize Honorable Mention, 1997).
  6. Ananth Chikkatur, “Construction and Characterization of a Magneto-Optical Trap (MOT)”, advisor - N. Bigelow *, 1997. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1997). (winner of the Stoddard Prize, 1997).

Presentations and Abstracts at National Conferences 1998

  1. Mr. Troy Andre, “Gluon radiation in top quark production and decay with hadronic W decays” (with Lynne Orr). Presented at the spring meeting of the American Physical Society in Columbus, Ohio, in March, 1998.
  2. Greg Veramendi, “New physics effects in soft gluon radiation in Top quark production and decay” (with Lynne Orr). Presented the spring meeting of the American Physical Society in Columbus, Ohio, in March, 1998.
  3. G.Geurkov “ Efficiency of the Visible-Light Photon-Counting Devices (VLPCs)”(with T. Ferbel) Presented the spring meeting of the American Physical Society in Columbus, Ohio, in March, 1998
  4. Govind Krishnaswami, “Electron and Hadron Response of NuTeV/CCFR Target Calorimeter” (with Arie Bodek). Presented at the spring meeting of the American Physical Society in Columbus, Ohio, in March, 1998
  5. S. J. Konezny, Coumarin 6 Doped DP6-PPV Light Emitting Devices" (with Yongli Gao). Presented at the spring meeting of the American Physical Society in Columbus, Ohio, in March, 1998.
  6. E.W. Forsythe, B.R. Hsieh, Y.Yu, S.J. Konezny, P. Roche, J. Casperson, and Yongli Gao, „Coumarin 6 Doped DP6-PPV Light Emitting Diodes American Physical Society, Los Angeles, 1998.
  7. S.J. Konezny , Coumarin 6 Doped DP6-PPV Light Emtting Devices" (With Yongli Gao) Presented at the Fall Society for Information Display Bend, Oregon, 1998
  8. Robert S. Knox, Jamin S. Brown, Jeremy D. Kukafka, and Rawee Suwandechochai Hypothesis: a second triplet state of chlorophyll-a provides an alternative path for intersystem crossing from the Qy singlet state Poster 5, ERPC-15, Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Mar. 14, 1998 [rsk, jdk, rs present]
  9. McMurtry, C. W, Near Infrared Observations of the Star Formation Region AFGL 6366s, 998 BAAS...193.7208 .; Woodward, C. E.; Pipher, J. L.; Forrest, W. J.

NCUR 1998 http://ncur.wlu.edu/ http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm

  1. Michael Buice, “Flavor Specific B decays to Baryons” (with Edward Thorndike). Presented at the NCUR 98, Salisbury, Maryland
  2. Denise Sawicki “Search for flavor changing neutral currents in the decay of top quarks” (with Tom Ferbel). Presented at NCUR 98, Salisbury, Maryland
  3. Gregor Geurkov “Quantum efficiency of visible light particle counters (VLPC)” (with Tom Ferbel). Presented at NCUR 98, Salisbury, Maryland
  4. Sondra Rosenberg “A Measurement of the top and anti-top quark masses (with Paul Tipton). Presented at NCUR 98, Salisbury, Maryland
  5. Philip Janiseiwicz Random walks in laser cooling” (with Nicholas Bigelow). Presented at NCUR 98, Salisbury, Maryland“
  6. Michael Moi, Measurement of High Peak Intensity with Improvement on Focusability for Short Pulses, (Advisor, Ian Walmsley)Presented at NCUR 98, Salisbury, Maryland

Presentations at RSPS 1998 (7 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/1998/index.html

  1. G. Krishnaswami “Study of Non-Linearity in NuTeV Calorimter Response to Hadron “(with A. Bodek), Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1998.
  2. G. Veramendi “Soft Gluon Radiation as a Probe of New Physics in Top Production”(with L. H. Orr Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1998.
  3. S. Rosenbeg “ Measurement of Top Quark and Anti-Top Quark Masses”(with P. Tipton), Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1998.
  4. G.Geurkov “Efficiency of the Visible-Light Photon-Counting Devices (VLPCs)”(with T. Ferbel) Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1998.
  5. T. Andre “ Effect of Gluon Radiation in Top Quark Mass Reconstruction” (with L. H. Orr) Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1998.
  6. M. Barczys “Low Resolution Near-Infrared Spectral Imagin of Comet Hale-Bopp (C/1995 01)” with J. Pipher and W. Forrest) Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1998.
  7. M. Bowers “Casimir Energy of a Sphere” (with C. R. Hagen ) Presented at the Rochester Symposium for Physics Students in May, 1998.

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 1998

  1. Gregory Veramendi, “Soft Gluon Radiation as a Probe of New Physics in Top Production”, advisor - L. Orr, 1998. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1998).
  2. Gregor Geurkov, “Quantum Efficiency of the Visible-Light Photn_Coutnign Devices (VLPCs)”, advisor - T. Ferbel, 1998. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1998).
  3. Troy Andre, “Gluon Radiation in Top Quark Production and Decay”, advisor - L. Orr *, 1998. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1998). (winner of the Stoddard Prize, 1998).
  4. William Marleau, Optical Spectroscopy in Highly Scattering Systems@, advisor - T. Foster, 1998. (Optics Senior Thesis, 1998).

Presentations and Abstracts at National Conferences 1999 (5 APS , 3 other, 11 NCUR held at Rochester)

  1. Robert S. Knox, Jamin S. Brown, Philip D. Laible, and Mary F. J. Talbot Hypothesis: a second triplet state of chlorophyll-a provides an alternative path for intersystem crossing from the Qy singlet state. Part II Poster 12, ERPC-16, Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 17, 1999 [rsk, jsb present]
  2. Aleksander S. Radunsky and Robert S. Knox Time-resolved fluorescence and Kennard-Stepanov theoryPoster 13, ERPC-16, Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 17, 1999 [rsk, asr present]
  3. Drew Abrams, “The edge-tone oscillator and its application to music” (with David Douglass), presented at the Centenial Celebration and Meeting of the American Physical Society in March, 1999.
  4. Deborah Berlin, “A NuTeV study of thin calorimetry” (with Arie Bodek), presented at the Centenial Celebration and meeting of the American Physical Society in March, 1999.
  5. Len Bugel , High Energy High School Physics: Cosmic Rays in the Classroom presented at the Centenial Celebration and meeting of the American Physical Society in March, 1999
  6. Michael Buice, “On a direct measurement of the top charge: photon radiation in top production and decay” (with Lynne Orr), presented at the Centenial Celebration and Meeting of the American Physical Society in March, 1999.
  7. Govind Krishnaswami, “A model of interacting partons for hadronic structure functions” (with Sarada Rajeev),presented at the Centenial Celebration and meeting of the American Physical Society in March, 1999

NUCR 1999 http://ncur.wlu.edu/ http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm

  1. Sara B. Pruss “Cretacceous Fossil Assemblage from the High Canadian Arctic ” (with J. Tarduno), presented at NCUR99 April, 1999.
  2. Howard D. Scher “ New Evidence for a Warm Arctic Climate During the Late Cretacceo ” (with J. Tarduno), presented at NCUR99 April, 1999.
  3. Drew Abrams, “The edge-tone oscillator and its application to music” (with David Douglass), presented at NCUR99 in April, 1999.
  4. Govind Krishnaswami , “A model of interacting partons for hadronic structure functions” (with Sarada Rajeev), presentation at NCUR99 April, 1999.
  5. Govind Krishnaswami , “Non Linearity of the Response of the NuTeV Calorimeter” (with Arie Bodek), presentation at NCUR99 April, 1999.
  6. G. Krishnawami On the distribution of Inverse Modulo of a Prime Number, , (with S. Gonek) presented at the NCUR99 held at the University of Rochester, April 1999.
  7. Matthew Moffa, “Two-trap confinement and Bose-Einstein condensation “ (with Nicholas Bigelow), presented at the NCUR99 held at the University of Rochester, April 1999.
  8. Alex Radunskiy , “Time-resolved fluorescence and Kennard-Stepanov theory” (with Robert Knox), presented at the NCUR99 held at the University of Rochester, April 1999.
  9. Jeremy Kukafka , Generalization of the Lorentz-Perrin Planar oscillator model: Appplication to ultrafest optical anisotrphy observed in physcobilisomes and bacterial Lh2 antenna (with Robert Knox), presentted at the NCUR99 held at the University of Rochester, April 1999.
  10. Jorge Viamontes, “Thermal properties of the slab amplifer“, (with Adrian Melissinos), presented at the NCUR99 held at the University of Rochester In April 1999
  11. Aaron Reichman, “A near-infrared examination of the starburst galazy ARP299 (NGC3690/IC694)”, (with Judith Pipher), presented at the NCUR99 held at the University of Rochester, April 1999.
  12. Matt Barczys, “Near-infrared survey of star formation regions L988e” (with Judith Pipher), presented at the NCUR99 in April, 1999
  13. Marianne Vieira, A NEAR-INFRARED EXAMINATION OF STARBURST GALAXY ARP 299 (with A. Frank) presented at the NCUR99 in April, 1999
  14. ASNYSusen Clark and Paul Pavone (HIgh School Teachers) "QuarkNet at Rochester", Rochester Museum andScience Center, October 1999
  15. Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 1999

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 1999

  1. Jeremy Kukafka, “Generalization of the Perrin-Lorentz Planar Oscillator Model: Applications to the Optical Anistropy of Biomolecules”, advisor - R. Knox ** 1999. (Optics Senior Thesis, 1998).(Stoddard Prize Honorable Mention, 1999).
  2. Govind Krishnaswami, “A Model of Interacting Partons for Hadronic Structure Functions”, advisor - S. Rajeev *, 1999. (Physics Senior Thesis, 1999).(winner of the Stoddard Prize, 1999 and APS Apker award, 1999, finalist APS Apker Award, 1999).
  3. Marianne Vieira, “Numerical Simulations of the Protoplanetary Nebula CRL 2688 (Egg Nebula)”, advisor - A. Frank , 1999. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 1999).

Presentations and Abstracts at National Conferences 2000

  1. Torr-Jong (Albert) Wang, Transport Simulations of Vortex Lattices (winner of 2nd place poster competition).NY-American Physical Society meeting, Buffalo NY, October 2000
  2. Andrew E. Blechman, Top Quark Spin Correlations in e+e-, Collisions.NY-APS meeting, Buffalo NY, October 2000
  3. Susen Clark and Paul Pavone, (High School Teachers) "Cosmic Ray Telescopes at Rochester", Fermilab teacher workshop, November 2000

Presentations at Rochester Conference onUndergraduate Research & Creativity

  1. Torr-Jong (Albert) Wang, Noise Measurements in Organic Light Emitting Devices, the Conference on Undergraduate Research and Creativity 2000

NCUR 2000 http://ncur.wlu.edu/ http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm

  1. Torr-Jong (Albert) Wang, (Advisor Wu, Wenhao), The First Noise Study in Organic Light Emitting Devices, National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) held in Montana in April, 2000:
  2. Andrew Blechman, (Advisor Tom Ferbel) Direct Measurement of Branching Ratio of t to Wb at the DZero Detector at Fermilab, National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) held in Montana in April, 2000:

Presentations at RSPS 2000 (7 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2000/index.html

  1. Han Yoo, Search for Resonance Decaying to Top and Anti-Top quarks, Presentation at RSPS 2000
  2. Julia Eaton, Testing the Cousins and Highland Method for Computing Limit. Presentation at RSPS 2000
  3. Andrew Blechman, Direct Measurement of Branching Ratio of Tau-Wb at the Dzero Detector at Fermilab. Presentation at RSPS 2000
  4. Peter Allen, Narrow Band Imaging of AFGL437. Presentation at RSPS 2000
  5. Aaron Reichman, Near IR Imaging of NGC771. Presentation at RSPS 2000
  6. Brian Gross and Peter Allen, InSb Infrared Detector Array Visible Performance. Presentation at RSPS 2000
  7. Lisa Marshall, Measuring Quantum Yield without a Standard, A Photo-acoustic Approach. Presentation at RSPS 2000

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 2000

  1. Peter Alan, “Molecular Hydrogeen Emission in AFGL 437”, advisor - J. Pipher **, 2000. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2000). (winner of the Stoddard Prize, 2000).
  2. Matthew Barczys, “A Near Infrared Study of the Star Formation Region L988E”, advisor - J. Pipher **, 2000. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2000). (Stoddard Prize Honorable Mention, 1999 and Astronomical Society of NY (ASNY) Undergraduate Student Prize, 2000).
  3. Alexis Spillman, Fluorescence Spectroscopy in Scattering and Absorbing Media, advisor - T. Foster, 2000. (Optics Senior Thesis).
  4. Aaron Reichman, “A Near Infrared Line Imaging of the Starburst Ring in NGC771”, advisor - J. Pipher **, 2000. (winner the Stoddard Prize, 2000).
  5. Alexis Spillman, "Fluorescence Spectroscopy in Scattering and Absorbing Media", advisor - T. Foster, 2000. (Optics Senior Thesis, 2000).

Presentations and Abstracts at National Conferences 2001

  1. Jennifer E. Dawson, Laura A. Allaire, Demet Gülen, and Robert S. Knox, Optical anisotropy of interacting chromophores in protein complexes:
  2. Bertrand H.J. Biritz, (Design of 0.3 tesla magnetic optical decoder unit for testbeam which satisfies magnetic field and size constraints. Talk at CMS Electronics Meeting, July 17 2001. (A. Bodek, Howard Budd, Advisors)
  3. H. Wells Wulsin, Monte-Carlo Analysis of CP Violation in Top Decays.Spring 2001 American Physical Society Conference in Washington, DC (K. McFaland, Advisor)
  4. Andrew Blechman, Spin Correlations in Top Production and Decay at e+e- Colliders.Spring 2001 American Physical Society Conference in Washington, DC (Lynne Orr, Advisor)
  5. Brock Tweedie, An Investigation of Future CDF Measurements of W Helicity in the Decay of the Top Quark.Spring 2001 American Physical Society Conference in Washington, DC (Kevin McFarland, Advisor).
  6. Erika Artukovic (Dartmouth University), Sarah Demers, Ben Kilminster, Jedung Lee, Kevin McFarland, Kirsten Tollefson, Brock Tweedie, Tony Vaiciulis (University of Rochester), Wells Wulsin (Harvard University) Monte Carlo Analysis of CP Violation in Top Decays Spring 2001American Physical Society Conference in Washington, DC
  7. S. Mitra, J.C. Finlay, D. McNeill, D.L. Conover, and T.H. Foster. Photochemical oxygen consumption, oxygen evolution and spectral changes during UVA irradiation of EMT6 spheroids. American Society for Photobiology 29th Annual Meeting, July 7-12, 2001, Chicago, IL, Abstract 250, Book of Abstracts, p. 82
  8. Susen Clark and Paul Pavone (High School Teachers), "Physics on the Mall: Cosmic rays", Snowmass, CO, July 2001

NCUR 2001 http://ncur.wlu.edu/ http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm

  1. Zeb Forney 'Astroflow: The Cosmic Event Simulator', National Conference on Undergraduate Research NCUR 2001 held at the University of Kentucky in Spring 2001 (Adam Frank, Advisor)

Presentations at Rochester Conference on Undergraduate Research & Creativity

  1. Brian David Clader, Influence of Solar Irradiance on the Satellite Measurements of the Earth's Temperature.Undergraduate Science Research Conference hosted by the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry on November 3, 2001. (Dave Douglass, Advisor)
  2. Alphonso Magri, A Search for a Cyclic Pattern of the Ice Ages.Undergraduate Science Research Conference hosted by the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry on November 3, 2001.(Dave Douglass, Advisor)
  3. Quantum Yield Measurements Without a Reference, Lisa Marshall, University of Rochester Conference onUndergraduate Research & Creativity April 26-27, 2001 (Lewis Rothberg , advisor)
  4. Ultrashort Soliton Pulses from a Passively Mode-Locked Fiber Laser, Greg Schmidt University of Rochester Conference onUndergraduate Research & Creativity April 26-27, 2001 (Govind Agrawal, advisor)
  5. Energy States and Error Bounding for an Initial Gaussian Wavefunction in the 1-D Infinite Square Well, David Etlinger ,University of Rochester Conference onUndergraduate Research & Creativity April 26-27, 2001 (Joseph Eberly, Advisor)
  6. Paul Pavove (High School Teachers), "High school particle physics in Rochester", STANYS Conference, Ellenville, NY, October 2001
  7. Optical Anisotropy Of Interacting Chromophores In Protein Complexes: Exploration Of A Stochastic Theory Laura A. Allaire and Jennifer E. Dawson (Robert S. Knox),University of Rochester Conference on Undergraduate Research & Creativity April 26-27, 2001

Presentations at RSPS 2001 (4 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2001/index.html

  1. Andrew Blechman, Spin Correlations in Top Production and Decay at e+e- Colliders (Lynne Orr, Advisor)
  2. Brock Tweedie, An Investigation of Future CDF Measurements of W Helicity in the Decay of the Top Quark. (Kevin McFarland Advisor)
  3. Laura Allaire and Jennifer Dawson, Optical Anisotropy of Interacting Chromophores in Protein Complexes: Exploration of a Stochastic Theory. (R. Knox, advisor)
  4. David Etlinger, Energy States and Error Bounding for an Initial Gaussian Wavefunction in the 1-D Infinite Square Well ( Prof. Joseph Eberly, advisor)

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 2001

  1. Albert T. J. Wang, “Simulation of The Driven Lattice Two Dimensional Coulomb Gas”, advisor - S. Teitel **, 2001. (Physics Senior Thesis, 2001). (winner of the Stoddard Prize, 2001; finalist APS Apker Award, 2001; 2nd place winner of NY American Physical SocietyConference Poster Competition, Buffalo, NY, 2001).
  2. Matthew Moffa , “Student Lab in Digital Speckle-Pattern Interferometry”, advisor - N. Bigelow, 2001. (Physics Senior Thesis, 2001).
  3. Brian P. Padworny “Creation of an Undergraduate Lab to Measure In Plane Vibration Using Digital Pattern Interferomety”, advisor - N. Bigelow, 2001. (Physics Senior Thesis, 2001).
  4. Jennifer Witkowsky, “Collimation of the Crab Pulsar Jet by Wind from an Accretion Disk”, advisor - Eric Blackman, 2001. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2001).
  5. Andrew B. Blechman, “Spin Correlations in Top Production and Decay at e+e- Colliders”, advisor - L. H. Orr, 2001. (Physics Senior Thesis, 2001).
  6. Brock Tweedie, “A Study of Future Measurement of W Boson Helicity in t-.Wb at CDF”, advisor - K. McFarland, 2001. (Physics Senior Thesis, 2001).

Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2002

  1. Robert S. Knox and Bryan Q. Spring, Dipole strengths in the Qy('0-0') band of the chlorophylls, Poster 12, Nineteenth Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-19), Woods Hole, MA, Apr. 13, 2002 [rsk present]
  2. Katie E. Lotterhos, Robert S. Knox, and Demet Gülen, Effect of inhomogeneous broadening on optical anisotropy in magnesium
  3. Demet Gülen, Robert S. Knox, and Katie E. Lotterhos, Effect of inhomogeneous broadening on optical anisotropy in magnesium
  4. Susen Clark, (High School Teachers) "PARTICLE at Rochester", Rochester City School District Science inservice, March 2002
  5. Joe Willie (High School Teacher), "PARTICLE at Rochester", STANYS meeting, Ithaca, NY, Fall 2002

NCUR 2002 (3 presentations) http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm

  1. Lippert, Peter (advisor Tarduno, John ) EES/Physics Magnetostratigraphy of the Early Cretaceous Sverdrup Basin (Canadian Arctic): Implications for the nature of short term Valanginian glacial episodes - NCUR 2002
  2. McMurdy, John (advisor Berger, Andrew) Optics Rhabdomyolysis diagnosis by Raman Spectroscopy NCUR 2002
  3. Putnam, Nicole (advisor Novotny, Lukas ) (Optics/PAS) Measuring Short Pulses with a $0.15 Diode NCUR 2002

Presentations at RSPS/ASNY 2002 conference (Jointly with NY ASNY Conference in 2002 ) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2002/index.html

  1. Detection of Decays in Proton-Antiproton Collisions Andrew Kowalik, ( Prof. Paul Tipton,) -RSPS 2002
  2. A Small Van DeGraaf Accelerator Brian Winey, M. Yuly, Houghton College (REU with Thorndike summer 2000) RSPS 2002
  3. Elementary Climate Modeling Laura Schmidt, (Profs. H.L. Helfer and R.S. Knox, )- ASNY/RSPS 2002
  4. Spin Precession in a Two-Level System David Etlinger, (Prof. J. Eberly) RSPS 2002
  5. Magnetorotational Instability of Liquid Metal Couette Flow , Jason Nordhaus (Eric Blackman) RSPS 2002

Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2003

  1. http://www.aps.org/meet/APR03/baps/abs/S4270003.html [U7.003] Digital Signal Processing of Fast Scintillator Pulses Saba Zuberi (University of Rochester), Wojtek Skulski (University of Rochester and SkuTek Instrumentation), Frank Wolfs (University of Rochester)
  2. http://www.aps.org/meet/APR03/baps/abs/S4130001.html [T13.001] W Boson Width Effects in Top Quark Production and Decay Daniel Berdine, Lynne H. Orr (University of Rochester)
  3. http://www.aps.org/meet/APR03/baps/abs/S340009.html [B14.009] Identification of Z-tau(e)tau(had) in the CDFdetector at Fermilab Jonathan Insler (University of Rochester) (Kevin McFarland, Advisor)
  4. Poster at the AAS/DPS: "The contrast of dusty rings caused by capture into external mean-motion resonancesin extra-solar planetary systems", Quillen, A. C., Thorndike, S. American Astronomical Society, Division ofPlanetary Sciences meeting 34, #30.04 Frank, A.; Cunningham, A.; Powers, A.; Poludnenko, A. “2002, AAS, 201, 9301 ”Hypersonic Swizzle Sticks: Interacting YSO Jets”

Presentations at NCUR 2003 Provo, Utah, March 9, 2003

  1. NCUR 2003 - Zuberi, Saba (Wolfs, Frank) - Timing Properties Of T0 Detectors At Phobos - Physics - NCUR 2003 Provo, Utah, March 9, 2003
  2. NCUR 2003 Gresham, Kelly (Wu, Wenhao) - Fabrication And Characterization Of Electrochemically Deposited Nanorods, Physics - NCUR 2003 Provo, Utah, March 9, 2003
  3. NCUR 2003, Gondarenko, Alex (Stroud, Carlos) -The Shape Of An Atom, Optics - NCUR 2003 Provo, Utah, March 9, 2003
  4. NCUR 2003 Putnam, Nicole (Williams, David) - The Fixational Stability Of The Human Eye Measured By Imaging The Cone Mosaic; Optics- NCUR 2003 Provo, Utah, March 9, 2003
    http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm

Presentations at RSPS 2003 (10 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2003/index.html

  1. W Boson Width Effects in Top Quark Production and Decay Daniel Berdine, Prof. L. Orr, University of Rochester
  2. An Examination of di-Tau Higgs Decay at the Tevatron Jonathan Petruccelli, Prof. K. McFarland, University of Rochester
  3. Fabrication and Characterization fof Electrochemically Deposited Nanorods Kelly, Gresham, Prof. W. Wu, Univeristy of Rochester
  4. 1/F Noise in the Cross-Membrane Channel Currents Zhuohan Liang, University of Rochester, Profs. N. Giordano, D.J. Wang Purdue University
  5. The Contrast of Dusty Rings Caused by Capture into External Mean-Motion Resonances in Extra-Solar Systems Stephen Thorndike, Alfred University, Prof. A. Quillen, University of Rochester
  6. Extending Bondi Accretion to include Dynamic Magnetic Fields Jason Nordhaus, Prof. E. Blackman, University of Rochester
  7. Spiral Arms of M51 Alaina Henry, Prof. A. Quillen, University of Rochester
  8. Characterization of Beams on OMEGA from X-Ray Images Measured with Charge Injection Devices
    Robert Forties, Prof. F.J. Marshall, University of Rochester
  9. The Two Species of Atom Chip Kelly Gresham, Prof. N. Bigelow, University of Rochester
  10. Comparison of Satellite and Near Surface Temperature Trends with Atmospheric Pressure for 1979-1996 Ben Pearson, SUNY at Buffalo, Prof. D. Douglass, University of Rochester

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 2003

  1. Jessica Benjou, "Near Infrared Study of the S140 Star Formation Region," advisor - J. Pipher, 2003. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2003).
  2. Daniel Berdine, "W Boston Width Effects in Top Quark Production and Decay," advisor - L. H. Orr, 2003. (Physics Senior Thesis, 2003).
  3. Alaina Henry, "A Neat Infrared Study of the Bright Rimmed Cloud 37," advisor - J. Pipher, 2003. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2003).
  4. Daniel Licht "Classification of Young Stellar Companiious in taurus, Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy and Adaptive Optics," advisor - D. Watson, 2003. (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2003). (Stoddard Prize Honorable Mention, 2003).
  5. Jonathon Petruccelli, "An Examination of W/Z+h->t¯t+jj as an Alternative Higgs Search Channel at CDF," advsior - K. McFarland (Physics Senior Thesis, 2003).
  6. Laura Schmidt, "Conductance of Porphyrin-Based Molecular Wires," advisor - R. S. Knox (Physics Senior Thesis, 2003). (winner the Stoddard Prize, 2003).
  7. Saba Zuberi, "Digital Signal Processing of Scintillator Pulbses in Nuclear Physics Techniques," advisor - F. Wolfs (winner the Stoddard Prize, 2003).

Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2004

  1. Bauch, D.G., Cottrell, R.D.,and Tarduno, J.A. Preliminary Directional and Paleointensity Studies of South African Proterozoic/Archean Minerals using a CO2 Laser System, (American Geophysical Union, AGU), Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 85(17) Jt. Assem. Suppl., GP43A-05, 2004.
  2. Bauch, D.G, Tarduno, J A, Cottrell, R D, Watkeys, M K, Toward Defining Archean Plate Motion, (American Geophysical Union, AGU), Eos Trans. AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., U33A-0031, 2004.
  3. Robert A. Forties, Eve Hindin, Robert S. Loewe, Ambroise Arounaguiry, Christine Kirmaier, Jonathan S. Lindsey, David F. Bocian, Dewey Holten, and Robert S. Knox Long-range excitation transfer in bonded porphyrin structures Poster 40, 21st Eastern Regional Photosynthesis Conference (ERPC-21), Woods Hole, MA, Sat., Apr. 17, 2004 [raf, rsk present]
  4. Robert A. Forties, Eve Hindin, Robert S. Loewe, Ambroise Arounaguiry, Christine Kirmaier, Jonathan S. Lindsey, David F. Bocian, Dewey Holten, and Robert S. Kno Long-range excitation transfer in bonded porphyrin structures Poster P4Aa-18, 13th International Congress of Photosynthesis, Montreal, PQ, Canada, Sun., Aug. 29, 2004 [rsk present]
  5. Band Crossing in Shape Transition Nuclei ^109,111Ru, Riley, D.; Wu, C. Y.; Hua, H.; Cline, D.; Hayes, A. B.; Teng, R.; Clark, R. M.; Fallon, P.; Goergen, A.; Macchiavelli, A. O.; Vetter, K. American Physical Society, Division of Nuclear Physics Meeting, 27-30 October, 2004, Chicago, IL. MEETING ID: DNP04., abstract #CK.063, 2004APS..DNP.CK063R
  6. Kevin Flaherty, University of Rochester - Stellar Formation and Spatial Distributions in S171 - ASNY Meeting 17 April 2004
  7. Mike Dunham, University of Rochester - A Near and Mid-Infrared Study of Young Stellar Cluster S140N - ASNY Meeting 17 April 2004
  8. Melissa McClure, University of Rochester - Near-Infrared Imaging of Young Stellar Objects in rho Ophiuchus - ASNY Meeting 17 April 2004
  9. Amanda LaPage, University of Rochester - Protoplanet Disks and Eccentric Orbits - ASNY Meeting 17 April 2004

RSPS 2004 Presentations at RSPS 2004 (8 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2004/index.html

  1. Stellar Formation and Spatial Distributions in S171, Kevin Flaherty, University of Rochester, Advisors- Prof. Judith Pipher and Robert Gutermuth, University of Rochester
  2. A Near and Mid-Infrared Study of Young Stellar Cluster S140N; Michael Dunham, University of Rochester - Advisor: Prof. Judith Pipher, University of Rochester
  3. Near-Infrared Imaging of Young Stellar Objects in rho Ophiuchus; Melissa McClure, University of Rochester - Advisors: Prof. W. Forrest and Benjamin Sargent, University of Rochester
  4. Protoplanet Disks and Eccentric Orbits; Amanda LaPage, University of Rochester -Advisor: Prof. Alice Quillen and Peggy Varniere, University of Rochester
  5. Iceland is a Heat Island; Vikas Patel, State University of New York at Buffalo - Advisor: Prof. David H. Douglass, University of Rochester
  6. Optical Observation of Plasma Current Sheets; Andrew Collette, University of Rochester -Advisor: Prof. Walter Gekelman, University of California, Los Angeles
  7. Exponentially-Decaying Perturbation in Bound Quantum States; George Bruhn, University of Rochester - Advisor: Prof. Joseph Eberly, University of Rochester
  8. Quantum Mechanics Violates Bell Inequalities; Catherine Prueitt, University of Rochester - Advisor: Prof. Joseph Eberly, University of Rochester

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 2004

  1. Thomas Allen, "Noise Characterization of a Cryogenic Submicron CMOS Multiplexer," advisor - W. Forrest (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2004). (winner the Stoddard Prize, 2004).
  2. Joshua Veazey, "Outlfows and Schocks from Massive Young Stars: Spitzer Space Telescoope Spectral-Line," advisor - D. Watson (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2004).

Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2005

  1. Brown, H, Mason, S, Ebsary, W, Bauch, D G, Cottrell, R D, Tarduno J A and Sutherland, R, Characterization of Titanomagnetites and Titanomaghemites From Lavas of the Southern Volcanics, Chatham Islands, (American Geophysical Union, AGU), New Zealand, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., GP13A-0029, 2005.
  2. Search for Strange-Charmed Pentaquark States in the 1.96 TeV ppbar collision, Scott Field(Prof. Arie Bodek), University of Rochester APS 2005,http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/APR05/Event/29664
  3. Simulation of Top Quark Pair Production as a Background for Higgs Events at the Compact Muon Solenoid, Christopher Justus, James Dolen, Regina Demina
    (University of Rochester) APS 2005 http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/APR05/Event/29432
  4. Undergraduate Prize Lecture - Kevin Flaherty (U of R) - A Spitzer Survey of NGC 2024 and the Surrounding Region - ASNY MEETING 30 April 2005
  5. Thomas S. Allen U. Rochester Identifying Young Stellar Objects In the L988-e Star Formation Region -ASNY MEETING, 22 Oct. 2005

NCUR 2005 http://ncur.wlu.edu/ http://www.rochester.edu/college/ugresearch/NCUR_UR_Students.htm

  1. Dolen, James (Demina, Regina) -Simulation of ttbar Events as a Background for the ttH at the Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment- Physics NCUR 2005
  2. Kleckner, Ian (McFarland, Kevin) - Calculating the Magnetic Moment of Cosmic-Ray Muons; Physics NCUR 2005

RSPS 2005 Presentations at RSPS 2005 (8 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2005/index.html

  1. Coronal Mass Ejections and Forbush Decrease Recovery; Robert Penna, Prof. Alice Quillen, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  2. Silicate Emission Features of Class II Young Stellar Objects; Jarron Leisenring, Prof. Dan Watson, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  3. Accretion Region Variability Mechanisms in Low Luminosity AGN; Grant Tremblay, Prof. Adam Frank, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  4. A Spitzer Survey of NGC 2024 and Surrounding Region; Kevin Flaherty, Prof. Judy Pipher, and Robert Gutermuth, University of Rochester and Prof. S. Thomas Megeath, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics,RSPS 2005
  5. Band Crossing in Shape Transition Nuclei 111,109Ru; Daniel Riley, State University of New York at Geneseo, Prof. Douglass Cline, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  6. Aqueous Scintillation Development and Testing; David Martell, Prof. Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  7. Calculating the Magnetic Moment of Cosmic-Ray Muons; Ian Kleckner, Prof. Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  8. Is the Arctic Melting?; Matthew MacWilliams, St. John Fisher College, and Prof. David Douglass, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  9. Absorption Imaging of Ultracold Cesium in a Magneto-Optical Trap; Brian Anderson, Michael Holmes and Prof. Nicholas Bigelow, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  10. The Effect of Tower Threshold on Jet Response, Efficiency and Fate Rate at Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS); James Dolen, Christopher Justus, and Prof. Regina Demina, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  11. The Effects of Production-Level Radiation on Top Quark Mass Calculation; George Bruhn, Prof. Lynne Orr, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  12. Simulation of Top Quark Pair Production as Background for Higgs Events at the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS); Christopher Justus, James Dolen, and Prof. Regina Demina, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  13. Search for Strange-Charmed Pentaquark States in the 1.96 TeV ppbar Collison; Scott Field, Prof. Arie Bodek, University of Rochester RSPS 2005
  14. Adaptive Integration of Highly Oscillatory Functions; Samuel Wadsworth, Prof. Miguel Alonso, University of Rochester RSPS 2005

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 2005

  1. George Bruhn, "Production-Level radiation of Top Quark Mass Calculations at Hadron Colliders," advisor - L. Orr (Physics Senior Thesis, 2005) (Honorable Mention Stoddard Prize, 2005)
  2. Megan Knapp, "Cell Based Modeling of Arteriosclerosis," advisor - Prof. Stephen Teitel (Physics Senior Thesis 2005)
  3. Kevin Flaherty, “A Spitzer Survey of NGC 2024 and Surrounding Region,” Advisor - J. Pipher (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2005) (Sotoddard Prize, 2005).
  4. Zhuohan Liang, “Quantum vs. Classical in A 1-D Model,” Advisor - R. C. Hagen (Physics Senior Thesis, 2005)
  5. Jarron Leisenring, “A Mineralogical Study of Silicate Dust Grains Surrounding Classical T-Tauri Stars,” Advisor - D. Watson (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2005)

Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2006

  1. Invited: “Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Teaching Laboratory Course”, S.G. Lukishova, C.R. Stroud, Jr., L. Bissell, A. K. Jha, L. Elgin, N. Savidis, Sean White, Frontiers in Optics, Special Symposium “Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Teaching Experiments”, Rochester, NY, October 12 (2006).
  2. Computer Simulations of the Electrodynamic Trapping of Polar Molecules, Derek Vigil, (N. Bigelow), presented at the DLS meeting of APS meeting, October 6th-8th, 2006 in Rochester, NY
  3. Mason, S.N., Cottrell, R.D., Tarduno, J.A., Lo, K. Paleomagnetic characterization of Mesozoic dikes from Mauritania, Africa, (American Geophysical Union, AGU), Eos Trans. AGU, 87 (52), Fall Meeting Suppl., Abstract GP11A-00, 2006
  4. Finding the Charge of the top quark in the Dilepton Channel, Beretvas, A.; Antos, J.; Chen, Y. C.; Gunay, Z.; Sorin, V.; Tollefson, K.; Bednar, P.; Tokar, S.; Boisvert, V.;Hopkins, W.; McFarland, K, Presented at Symposium on Hadron Collider Physics 2006 (HCP 2006), Durham, North Carolina, 22-26 May 2006 2007arXiv0707.1339B
  5. Jeniffer Cano (UVa REU, Advisor S. Manly), Reconstructing pi-zeros in electroproduction data, CLAS Annual Collaboration Meeting, Jefferson Laboratory 2006
  6. Study on the Effects of Layered Threshold Cuts on Noise in the CMS Calorimeter,Christopher Justus, R. Demina (University of Roceshter), J. Dolen (University of Rochester)R. Harris (FNAL), P. Tipton (University of Rochester), M. Zielinski (University of Rochester) APS Conference Spring 2006. APR06-2006-000317http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/APR06/Event/47372
  7. Study of Cell Energy Thresholds in CMS Calorimeters for Jet Reconstruction, J. Dolen, R. Demina, C. Justus, P. Tipton, M. Zielinski (University of Rochester)
    A. Bhatti (Rockefeller University R. Harris (FNAL), APS Conference Spring 2006. APR06-2006-000319
  8. Alexander, Megan; Miner, Daniel; Skulski, Wojtek; Wolfs, Frank, Online Muon Capture and Decay Experiment American Physical Society, APS March Meeting, March 13-17, 2006, abstract #V42.009 2006APS..MARV42009A
  9. Modelling the structure of Class I young stellar objects, Melissa McClure, Elise Furlan, Nuria Calvet, Keven I. Uchida, Paola d’Alessio, Lee Hartmann, Dan M. Watson, and William J. Forrest. Presented at the 207th meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Washington, DC, 8-12 January 2006. (Bull. AAS 37, 18.513.)
  10. Tom Allen, High Mass Star Formation and Young Stellar Clusters in Cepheus B and DR 21, Astronomical Society of New York, Spring 2006
  11. Tom Allen, How Do Brown Dwarfs Form?, Astronomical Society of New York, Fall 2006

RSPS 2006: Presentations at RSPS 2006 (8 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2006/index.html

  1. Examining Pion Electroproduction at the CLAS Detector; Ian Kleckner, Prof. Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester , RSPS 2006
  2. Monitoring Missing-Et Resolution at the CMS Detector at the LHC Collider; Dylan Prendergast, Prof. Paul Tipton, University of Rochester , RSPS 2006
  3. Mid-Infrared Spitzer Spectroscopy and Models of Class I Protostars in Taurus; Melissa McClure, Prof. William Forrest, University of Rochester , RSPS 2006
  4. The Warped Nuclear Disk of Radio Galaxy 3C 449; Grant Tremblay, Prof. Alice Quillen, University of Rochester , RSPS 2006
  5. Theoretical Estimates of Polaron Energy and Wavefunctions in DNA; Steven Bloch, Prof. Esther Conwell, University of Rochester , RSPS 2006
  6. Frequency and Angular Distributions of Muons Detected in Atmospheric Showers; Kara Morris, Aimee Slaughter, and Prof. Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester; Paul Sedita, Dan Wigent, Canandaigua Academy; Laura Arnold, Greece Arcadia; Yuri Shadunsky, Brighton High School; Jeff Parvin, Zach Noyes, Greg Meade, Pittsford Mendon High School; Robert Meek, Oakfield-Alabama High School; Prof. Richard Thorley, The Harley School , RSPS 2006

University of Rochester Undergraduate Research Exhibition - URE 2006http://www.rochester.edu/College/ugresearch/expo.html

  1. Examining Pion Electroproduction at the CLAS Detector; Ian Kleckner ’06 Physics - Advisor: Kevin McFarland, Department of Physics and Astronomy, URE 2006
  2. Pushing the Limits of Digital Signal Processing; Colin Kingsley ’06 Physics -Advisor: Frank Wolfs, Department of Physics and Astronom, URE 2006

NCUR 2006 http://ncur.unca.edu/ http://www.ncur20.ws/

  1. Carl Chancy (Optics) CORRECTION OF HIGHER ORDER ABERRACTIONS USING A LIQUID CRYSTAL SPATIAL LIGHT MODULATOR - NCUR 2006http://www.ncur20.ws/abstract_display.asp?id=701
  2. Kara Morris (Advisor Kevin McFarland, Physics) FREQUENCY AND ANGULAR DISTRIBUTIONS OF MUONS DETECTED IN ATMOSPHERIC SHOWERS - NCUR 2006 http://www.ncur20.ws/abstract_display.asp?id=1131

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 2006

  1. James Dolen, “Effect of Cell Energy Thresholds on Jet reconstruction at the Compact Muon Solenoid,” Advisor - R. Regina (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2006)
  2. Scott Field, “Search for X`b and ±b with the CDF II Detector at Fermilab,” Advisor - A. Bodek (Physics Senior Thesis, 2006) (Stoddard Prize, 2006)
  3. Christopher Justus, “Quantizzing and Reducing Noise Through Threshold Energy Cuts in the CMS Calorimeter," Advisor - R. Demina (Physics Senior Thesis, 2006)
  4. Ian Kleckner, “Examining Pion Electroproduction at the CLAS Detector,” Advisor - K. McFarland (Physics Senior Thesis, 2006)
  5. Melissa McClure, “Spitzer Mid Infrared Spectroscopy of Taurus Protostars, " Advisor - W. Forrest (Physics Senior Thesis, 2006)
  6. Grant Tremblay, “The Warped Nuclear Disk of Radio Galaxy 3C 449,” Advisor - A. Quillen (Physics and Astronomy Senior Thesis, 2006) (Stoddard Prize, 2006)

Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2007

  1. “Room-temperature single photon sources”, Svetlana G. Lukishova, Luke Bissell, Simon K.H. Wei, Ansgar W. Schmid, Zhimin Shi, Heedeuk Shin, Russell Knox, Patrick Freivald, Robert W. Boyd, Carlos R. Stroud, Jr., Shaw H. Chen, Kenneth Marshall, BBN Technologies Quantum Information Seminar, June 29, 2007.
  2. Brandon Zimmerman (advisor C. Stroud, Optics and Physics) Fall 2007: First Place Undergraduate Students in Technical Research Competition. Annual Fall Regional Research Conference Boston, Massachusetts: Presentation of Quantum Tennis: The Role of Adiabatic Following in Classical and Quantum Mechanics.
  3. Brandon Zimmerman (advisor C. Stroud, Optics and Physics) Fall 2007 Annual McNair Undergraduate Research Conference University of Maryland Baltimore County. Presentation of Quantum Tennis: The Role of Adiabatic Following in Classical and Quantum Mechanics.
  4. Brandon Zimmerman (advisor C. Stroud, Optics and Physics) Summer 2007 Annual McNair Undergraduate Research Conference, University of Rochester. Presentation of Quantum Tennis: The Role of Adiabatic Following in Classical and Quantum Mechanics.
  5. Sail, A.B., Tarduno, J.T., Cottrell, R.D., Sutherland, R. and Campbell, H., The paleointensity of single silicate crystals from the Southern Volcanics of the Chatham Islands: What is the behavior of Earth's magnetic field leaving a superchron state?, (American Geophysical Union, AGU) Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet., Suppl., Abstract GP42A-07, 2007.
  6. Ren, Chuang; Blackman, Eric; Fong, Wen-Fai, Efficiency of proton-driven Weibel instability at thermalizing initially two-temperature astrophysical plasmas, American Physical Society, 48th Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma Physics, October 30-November 3, 2006, abstract #GP1.082 2006APS..DPPGP1082R
  7. Thomas Allen (University of Rochester) Near Infrared Spectroscopy of Members of NGC 7129, Astronomical \Society of New York, Spring 2007 - ASNY 14 April 2007

RSPS 2007 Presentations at RSPS 2007 ( presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2007/index.html

  1. Construction of Optical Mode Converters for use in Bose Einstein Condensate Studies -Kristin Beck, Prof. Nicholas Bigelow, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007
  2. Detection of Extremely Small Silicates -Alex Kitt, State University of New York at Buffalo and Prof. William Forrest and Ben Sargent, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007
  3. Detection and Analysis of Cosmic Ray Showers- Jordan Webster, Robert Bradford, and Prof. Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007
  4. Electron Scattering and Pion Production in Relation to Neutrino-Nucleon Interactions -Elizabeth Scherrer and Prof. Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007
  5. Silicon Vertex Tracker (SVTX) and the CAEN SY1527 Universal Multichannel Power Supply System - Fook-Chin Chiang, University of Rochester and Harry Themann, Prof. Axel Drees, State University of New York at Stony Brook, RSPS 2007
  6. Expanding from Single to Double Stranded DNA the Polarization Effect of Water and Ions on Excess Charge - Patrick McLaughlin and Prof. Esther Conwell, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007
  7. Theoretical Estimates of Polaron Energies and Wavefunctions on double Stranded DNA, - Steven Bloch and Prof. Esther Conwell, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007
  8. Implementing a Semantic Web Knowledge Database for Scientific Control and Diagnostic Systems, - Daniel Gresh and Prof. Richard Kidder, Laboratory for Laser Energetics, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007
  9. Search for a Diurnal Variation of a Gravitational Stochastic Background -Chad Forrest and Prof. Adrian Melissinos, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007
  10. A Three-Body Partial Decay Width in the Littlest Higgs Model, - Andrew Whitbeck and Prof. Lynne Orr, University of Rochester, RSPS 2007

Undergraduate Research Expo URE University of Rochester 2007 http://www.rochester.edu/College/ugresearch/expo.html

  1. Oscar Herrera, '08, Optics (Miguel Alonso, Optics). Talk: “Representation of Rays and Waves in Convex Cavities in Terms of Angle and Impact Parameter” URE 2007

NCUR 2007 http://www.dominican.edu/ncur21/

  1. REPRESENTATION OF RAYS AND WAVES IN CONVEX CAVITIES IN TERMS OF ANGLE AND IMPACT PARAMETER. Poster Optics Herrera, Oscarhttp://www.dominican.edu/query/ncur/display_ncur.php?id=2687
  2. ELECTRON SCATTERING AND PION PRODUCTION IN RELATION TO NEUTRINO-NUCLEON INTERACTIONS Oral Physics Scherrer, Elizabethhttp://www.dominican.edu/query/ncur/display_ncur.php?id=756 NCUR 2007
  3. John Serafini, Jianhui Zhong, Analysis of Noise in Magnetic Resonance Diffusion Tensor Imaging, proceedings of NCUR 2007,http://www.dominican.edu/query/ncur/display_ncur.php?id=2834 NCUR 2007
  4. P. DETECTION AND ANALYSIS OF COSMIC RAY SHOWERS Oral Physics Webster, Jordanhttp://www.dominican.edu/query/ncur/display_ncur.php?id=892NCUR 2007

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 2007

  1. Andrew Whitbeck, “A three-body partial decay width in the littlest Higgs model” Advisor - Lynne H. Orr (Physics Senior Thesis, 2007) (Stoddard Prize, 2007)
  2. Jonathan Widawsky, “Hadronic jets in the CMS detector and Z' Discovery Potential” Advisor - Regina Demina (Physics Senior Thesis, 2007)
  3. Elizabeth Scherrer, “Electron Scattering and Pion Production in Relation to Neutrino-Nucleon Interactions” Advisor - Kevin S. McFarland (Physics Senior Thesis, 2007)

Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2008

  1. Brandon Zimmerman (advisor C. Stroud, Optics and Physics) Spring 2008- National Undergraduate Students in Technical Research Competition held in Orlando Florida: Presentation of Quantum Tennis: The Role of Adiabatic Following in Classical and Quantum Mechanics.
  2. Ben Martin (advisor, Lewis Rotheberg, Chemistry and Physics) ACS National Meeting April 2008

Undergraduate Research Expo (URE) 2008 http://www.rochester.edu/College/ugresearch/expo.html

  1. Qi, Zhengqing (Physics), advisor Demina, Regina, UR Physics, Hadronic Jets and Clustering Algorithms in CMS, presented at URE 2008
  2. Kozick, Zach (Physics), advisor Glaser, Matt Univ.Colorado INVESTIGATING THE MECHANISMS BEHIND SPINDLE ASSEMBLY IN CELLS, presented at URE 2008
  3. Bruno, Thomas , advisor Guo, Chunlei UR Optics URE 2008
  4. Padmaraju, Kishore , advisor Sobolewski, Roman UR Physics/ECE URE 2008

NCUR 2008 http://www.salisbury.edu/ncur22/search/schoolresult.asp http://www.salisbury.edu/ncur22/

  1. Bublitz, Adam (UR Physics) Advisor McFarland, Kevin UR Physics VERTICAL SLICE TEST NCUR 2008
  2. Zimmerman, Brandon (UR Optics ) advisor Stroud, Carlos UR Optics/Physics QUANTUM TENNIS: The Role of Adiabatic Following in Classical and Quantum Mechanics. NCUR 2008
  3. Zimmerman, Brandon (UR Optics ) Advisor Dr. Lukishova Experimental Observance of Single Photon Emittance and Fluorescence Emittance and Fluorescence. NCUR 2008
  4. Webster, Jordan (UR Physics) Akchurin, Nural ( Texas Tech) ANALYSIS OF MOMENTUM RESOLUTION IN VLE BEAMLINES NCUR 2008
  5. Kozick, Zach (UR Physics) Glaser, Matt Univ (Colorado) Physics INVESTIGATING THE MECHANISMS BEHIND SPINDLE ASSEMBLY IN CELLS NCUR 2008

RSPS 2008 Presentations at RSPS 2008 (3 presentations) http://server-mac.pas.rochester.edu/yigal/rsps/proceedings/2008/index.html

  1. Qi, Zhengqing (UR Physics) (Advisor Demina, Regina, UR Physics), Hadronic Jets and Clustering Algorithms in CMS - RSPS 2008
  2. Webster, Jordan S (UR Physics ). (Advisor Demina, Regina, UR Physics) Analysis of Momentum Resolution in VLE Beam line RSPS 2008
  3. Pollock, Elizabeth (UR Physics). (Advisor Schroder, Udo, UR Physics) Cosmic Ray Muon Imaging and Decay and Capture Process Detection Elizabeth Pollock, Eric Henry and Udo Schröder, RSPS 2008

Presentations and Abstracts in Senior Symposium 2008

  1. Ben Schmitt (advisor Alice Quillen) Optical Characterization of a 16-Image Kirkpatrick-Baez C-Ray Microscope for ICDF Experiments.
  2. Christopher Osborne (advisor Nick Bigelow) Molecules and Multiwavelenth State Control of Cold Trapped Atomes and Molecules.
  3. John Serafini, supervisor: Prof. Dave Matthews "Molecular Dynamics of RNA Internal Loops"
  4. Daniel Allan, supervisor: Prof. Robert Knox "Analysis of a Proposal for Geoengineering by Aerosol Reflection" Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2009
  5. Jennifer Hansen, presentation at the Annual Optical Society of America
    meeting in San Jose, California in October 2009
  6. Peter Wills, presentation at the Annual Optical Society of America
    meeting in San Jose, California in October 2009:
  7. Shauna Marquess , presentation at the Annual Optical Society of America
    meeting in San Jose, California in October 2009:
  8. Dan Gresh, presentation at the Annual Optical Society of America
    meeting in San Jose, California in October 2009:
  9. Val Rapson poster presentation, Syracuse University Undergraduate Research Day, November,2009. Presentations at RSPS 2009 http://www.pas.rochester.edu/urpas/page/rsps2009
  10. Preliminary Analysis of RR Lyrae Light Curves in the Globular Cluster M15 T. De Haas and A. Missert, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester. Advisor: Prof. S. Kanbur, Department of Physics, SUNY Oswego.
  11. On the possible resonances of very high order modes in Cepheids
    I. Richter, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester, E. Antonello and L. Speroni, Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera.
    Advisor: Prof. S. Kanbur, Department of Physics, SUNY Oswego.
  12. Efficient Second Harmonic Generation (SHG) of Ti:sapphire Laser Using Non-Linear BBO Crystal
    Roshita Ramkhalawon, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester. Kyle Taylor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Advisor: Prof. Nicholas Bigelow, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.
  13. Jet Clustering Algorithms in CMS
    Zhen Qi, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.
    Advisors: Prof. Regina Demina, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester, and Dr. Marek Zielinski, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
  14. The Designing and Testing of Infrared Detector Arrays
    Sendawula Kajubi, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.Advisor: Craig McMurtry, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.
  15. Analysis of an aerosol-based geo-engineering proposal
    Valerie A. Rapson, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.Advisor: Prof. Robert S. Knox, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.
  16. Modernizing the Mossbauer Experiment.
    Adi Robinson, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.
    Advisor: Prof. Frank Wolfs, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.
  17. Effect of Thresholds on Noise and Jet Energy in ECAL
    Dan Gresh, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester.
    Advisor: Prof. Regina Demina, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester. Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2010
  18. OPTICAL COMPUTING WITH HOLOGRAPHIC SORTERS Oral Physics Gregory Bentsen NCUR 2010 , MONTANA
  19. DIRECTIONAL COMPLETE BASIS FOR WAVE FIELDS IN TWO DIMENSIONS Oral Physics Krista Lombardo NCUR 2010 , MONTANA
  20. WATER RAINS ONTO THE PROTOPLANETARY DISK OF IRAS-13036 Oral Astrophysics Patrick Sheehan NCUR 2010 , MONTANA
  21. Valerie Rapson, Presentation at NCUR 2010 , MONTANA
  22. Ian Remming, Presentation at NCUR 2010 , MONTANA
  23. Jennifer Hansen, presentation at Frontiers in Optics 2010/Laser Science XXVI and the 2010 Industrial Physics Forum) in Rochester, October 2010:
  24. Amy Van Newkirk , presentation at Frontiers in Optics 2010/Laser Science XXVI and the 2010 Industrial Physics Forum) in Rochester, October 2010:
  25. Dan Gresh, presentation at Frontiers in Optics 2010/Laser Science XXVI and the 2010 Industrial Physics Forum) in Rochester, October 2010:
  26. Molly Krogstad, presentation at Frontiers in Optics 2010/Laser Science XXVI and the 2010 Industrial Physics Forum) in Rochester, October 2010:
  27. Cecilia Scribner poster presentation, American Geophysical Union's annual
    conference in December 2010 in San Francisco ( advisor Prof. John
    Tarduno) titled "Archaeomagnetic analyses of Iron Age burnt hut floors
    from southern Africa".
  28. Marek Slipski . poster presentation, American Astronomical Society Meeting in
    Washington, DC in January 2010 , advisor Prof. E. Mamajek, titled "Improved Ages Estimates for Extrasolar Planet Host Stars".
  29. Josh Geller (advisor J Eberly), presentation at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society in Dallas, Texas. 2010 , titled “Search of an Entanglement Measure for N-Qubit States via Phase Symmetry”.
  30. Amy Van Newkirk (advisor N. Bigelow) posted presentation at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society in Dallas, Texas, 2010 “Designing an optical dipole trap for the creation of Bose-Einstein condensates”

RSPS 2010: Presentations at RSPS 2010 http://www.pas.rochester.edu/urpas/page/rsps2010

  1. Empirical Physical Modeling of the Saxophone Dale McElhone, Mark Sterling, Mark Bocko, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Rochester
  2. The Morphology of Galactic Rings Exterior To Evolving Bars: Test Particle Simulations, Micaela Bagley, Ivan Minchev, Prof. Alice Quillen, University of Rochester
  3. Magnetic properties of the Esquel Pallasite, Austen M. Erickson, J. A. Tarduno, R. D. Cottrell, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester
  4. Optical Pumping for Vibrational Cooling of NaCs Molecules, Jennifer L. Hansen*, Patrick Zabawa, Amy Wakim, Nicholas P. Bigelow, University of Rochester and *Grove City College
  5. Polarons in DNA Oligomers, Victor Kucherov, Colin Kinz-Thompson, Professor Esther Conwell, University of Rochester
  6. A Review of Student Research Projects undertaken on the SUNY Oswego International Research Experience for Students 2009, Shashi M. Kanbur, Jillian Neeley, Alex James, Eamonn Moyer, Peter Thompson, SUNY Oswego, Ithaca College, SUNY Geneseo, University of Rochester
  7. A photometry and extinction module for Chimera, Jillian Neeley, Alex James, Eamonn Moyer, Peter Thompson, Brandon Gilfus, Antonio Kanaan, Paulo Henrique da Silva, Shashi Kanbur, Ithaca Collece, SUNY Geneseo, University of Rochester, Federal University of Santa Catarina, SUNY Oswego
  8. The Image Server in Chimera, Isaac Richter, Antonio Kanaan, Paulo Henrique da Silva and Shashi Kanbur, University of Rochester, Federal University of Santa Catarina, SUNY Oswego
  9. Investigation of de-Protonation of Proteins During Cluster Formation, Vladimir Lankevich and Dr. Vassiliy Lubchenko, University of Rochester, University of Houston
  10. Study of Muon Reconstruction in a High Energy Electron-Positron Collider, Benjamin Weinert, Professor Steven Manly, University of Rochester
  11. Analyzing Ge Detector Pulses Using a Moving Window Deconvolution Algorithm, Adi Robinson, University of Rochester
  12. Insights into protoplanetary disk evolution from a Spitzer IRS of NGC1333, Laura Arnold, University of Rochester
  13. A Compiled Catalogue of Ca II H & K Chromospheric Activity Measurements for FGK-type HD and HIP Stars, Eric E. Mamajek and Julieta Gruszko, Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Rochester
  14. Planar Circular Restricted Three Body Problem (PCR3BP), Jonathan Kurvits, Alexander Green, Prof. S. Rajeev, University of Rochester
  15. Modelling Astrophysical Jets: Herbig-Haro Objects, Edward R.A. Schroeder, Professor Adam Frank, University of Rochester
  16. Measuring Entanglement in Multi-Qubit Systems, Josh Geller, University of Rochester
  17. Design and Implementation of a Timing Control System for use in a Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC) Experiment, Daniel N. Gresh, Professor Nicholas P. Bigelow, University of Rochester
  18. Magnetic Trapping: An Anti-Helmholtz Configuration, Andrew Sifain, University of Rochester Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2011
  19. SEARCH FOR AN ENTANGLEMENT MEASURE FOR THREE- AND FOUR- QUBIT STATES VIA PHASE SYMMETRY Oral Physics Joshua Geller NCUR 2011

RSPS 2011: Presentations at RSPS 2011 http://www.pas.rochester.edu/urpas/page/rsps2011

  1. Search for an Entanglement Measure for N-Qubit States via Phase Symmetry, Joshua S. Geller, University of Rochester
  2. Laser Induced Florescence Measurement of Ion Temperatures of Interacting Magnetic Flux Ropes in Argon Plasma Corey Adams1, Prof Walter Gekelman2, and Dr. Bart van Compernolle2(1) University of Rochester, (2) University of California - Los Angeles
  3. Analysis of GALFACTS Data for the Study of Variable Radio Sources , Scott Barenfeld1, T. Ghosh2, and C. Salter2 (1) NAIC/University of Rochester, (2) NAIC
  4. Monitoring of spectral emissions using the Compact Spectrometer Array diagnostic on NSTX, Timothy DeHaas, Adam McLean, University of Rochester, PPPL, ORNL
  5. Design and Implementation of a Timing Control System for use in a Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC) Experiment, Daniel N. Gresh and Nicholas P. Bigelow, University of Rochester
  6. Localization of a Hole on an Adenine-Thymine Radical Cation in B-Form DNA in Water, S. M. Kravec, C. D. Kinz-Thompson, and E. M. Conwell University of Rochester
  7. Accretion Processes in Class 0/I Protostars, P.D. Sheehan, P. Manoj, and D.M. Watson University of Rochester
  8. Atomic Layer Deposition of TiO2 Thin Films, Stephanie Swartz1, Kasey Phillips2, Jon Bradley2, Mac Hathaway3, and Eric Mazur2, (1) University of Rochester, (2) School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, (3) Center for Nanoscale Systems, Harvard University
  9. The development of phototmetry/extinction/database modules for the Chimera Robotic Telescope System , J. Brown, J. Neeley, B. Gilfus, P. Thompson, P. da Silva. A. Kanaan, and S.Kanbur, University of Rochester, SUNY Oswego, and the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
  10. Calibration routines for the Chimera Robotic Telescope Control System, D. Quill, J. Primrose, J. Brown, P. da Silva, A. Kanaan, and S. Kanbur, SUNY Oswego, University of Rochester, and the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
  11. Sample Images from the Chimera Robotic Telescope Control System: summer 2010, J. Primrose, D. Quill, J. Brown, P. da Silva, A. Kanaan, and S. Kanbur SUNY Oswego, University ofRochester ,and the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
  12. MR Spectroscopic Imaging with MIDAS and Matlab, Daniel deLahunta and Jacob Mathews, University of Rochester
  13. Anomalous diffusion of random walkers on a disordered lattice with quenched persistence, Steven Bandes and Professor Yonathan Shapir, University of Rochester
  14. The Kondo Problem: A Toy Model for Renormalization, Gregory Bentsen and Sarada Rajeev, University of Rochester
  15. Designing an algorithm for a three-dimensional Hough transform of the reconstruction of low-energy events, Dilyana Mihaylova and Prof Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester
  16. Dynamics of a Plasma Gun, Colin Marcus, University of Rochester (RSPS-2011) OTHER CONFERENCES 2011
  17. Investigation of the Low v Method to Determine Neutrino Flux at Low Energies,
    Ulascan Sarica, (Advisor, Arie Bodek) - Rochester Academy of Science Fall 2011 Scientific Papers Day Saturday, October 29, 2011, Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY Presentations and Abstracts at National/International Conferences 2012
  18. Investigation of the Low v Method to Determine Neutrino Flux at Low Energies,
    Ulascan Sarica, (Advisor, Arie Bodek), American Physical Society Meeting, Atlanta Geogria, April, 2012.
  19. Investigation of the Low v Method to Determine Neutrino Flux at Low Energies, Ulascan Sarica, (Advisor, Arie Bodek), NCUR (2012), Weber State University, Ogden, UTAH, March, 2012
  20. Investigation of the Low v Method to Determine Neutrino Flux at Low Energies, Ulascan Sarica, (Advisor, Arie Bodek), Student poster session at the 45th annual User Meeting at Fermilab , June of 2012.
    RSPS 2012: Presentations at RSPS 2012 Siena Collegehttp://www.pas.rochester.edu/urpas/page/rsps2012
  21. Magnetic Properties of the Imilac Pallasite, Robert McKinley, Dr. John Tarduno, and Dr. Rory CottrellUniversity of Rochester
  22. The Evolving Disks of T Tauri Stars, Jeffrey VanKerkhove, University of Rochester
  23. Hole Transport in DNA, Alex Breindel, University of Rochester
  24. New Simplified Model Designed to Investigate Anisotropic Coulomb Interactions between Charged Proteins: Validation by Comparison of the Electrostatic Potentials., Vladimir Lankevich, University of Rochester
  25. Real Time-3D Sound Spatialization, Alicia Alarie, University of Rochester
  26. The AB Dor Moving Group: A Chemically Heterogeneous Kinematic Stream?, Scott A. Barenfeld, University of Rochester
  27. Visualizing the Flute Air Jet, Karen Farbman, University of Rochester
  28. Capture of Irregular Sattelites Via Binary Planetesimal Exchange Reactions In Migrating Planetary Systems, Imran Hasan, University of Rochester
  29. Jets or Clumps in CRL 618, Bin Lin, University of Rochester
  30. Optimizing Efficiency of the LUX Trigger System, Brian Degner, University of Rochester
  31. Herschel spectroscopy of protostars in Orion: Far-infrared CO emissions, Vincent Yu, University of Rochester

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