REU Students Presentations

Presentations by REU students at regional and national meetings

  1. Donald Serna-Grey (2014 REU student, speaker and won the 1st place in oral presentation in undergraduate astrophysics). Igniting a Standard Candle: Detection Parameters for Double Degenerate Type Ia Supernova Progenitor Candidates in Open Star Clusters. 2015 Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM (February 19-21, 2015). Washington, D.C..
  2. Zhaozhong Shi (2014 REU student and speaker) (2015). Nuclear kinetic symmetry energy. 2015 Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM. Washington DC
  3. Zhaozhong Shi (2014 REU student and the poster presenter) (2015). Nuclear kinetic symmetry energy. Conference on Science at Sanford Underground Research Facilities at (May 18 – 20, 2015). South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
  4. Sabrina Berger (2014 REU student and poster presenter). Observational constraints on neutron star crust-core coupling during glitches. Conference on Science at Sanford Underground Research Facilities. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
  5. Sabrina Berger (2014 REU student and speaker), Observational constraints on neutron star crust-core coupling during glitches. 2015 Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM (February 19-21, 2015). Washington, D.C..
  6. Sabrina Berger (2014 REU student and speaker), Observational constraints on neutron star crust-core coupling during glitches. Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Jan. 2015
  7. Kyleah Murphy (2013 REU student and presenter of the poster). The cooling of the Cassiopeia A neutron star as a probe of the nuclear symmetry energy and nuclear pasta. Gulf Coast Undergraduate Research Symposium, October 17, 2015. Rice University, Houston, Texas.
  8. Kyleah Murphy (2013 REU student), The Cooling of Neutron Stars. 2014 Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM (Feb. 20-22, 2014). Washington, DC.
  9. Kyleah Murphy (2013 REU student), The Cooling of the Cassiopeia A Neutron Star as a Probe of the Nuclear Symmetry Energy and Nuclear Pasta. Conference of Research Experiences for Undergraduates Student Scholarship. Washington, DC. Dec., 2013