REU 2016

The first day.  Back row: Daniel Zile, Jonathan Cookmeyer, Lucas Beaufore, Colin Scheibner, Front row: Meghan Tanner, Erin Flowers, Marissa Grubbs, and Linsey Rodenback.  Two students were absent, Grace Chesmore and Chloe Lindeman.


 Name Presentation Paper
 Lucas Beaufore K0TO Data Acquisition System Upgrades to the K0TO Experiment’s Data Acquisition System
 Grace Chesmore ACTPol Instrumentation: Fourier Transform Spectrometer Advanced CMB Instrumentation: A Window into the Early Universe
 Jonathan Cookmeyer AdS/CFT and ABJM Wilson Loops Higher rank Wilson Loops in the ABJM Matrix Model
 Erin Flowers Using Transmission Spectroscopy to determine Rotational and Atmospheric Dynamics of Hot Jupiters Using Transmission Spectroscopy to determine Rotational and Atmospheric Dynamics of Hot Jupiters
 Marissa Grubbs Reducing Laser Linewidth Through a FET Current Control Reducing Laser Linewidth through a FET Current Control
 Chloe Lindeman 2D Photoluminescence Mapping of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides  2D Photoluminescence Mapping of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
 Linsey Rodenbach Analysis of the 2D Mass-Imbalanced Hubbard Model Using DMFT Analysis of the 2D Mass-Imbalanced Hubbard Model Using DMFT
 Colin Scheibner Trans-Neptunian Objects in the Dark Energy Survey Trans-Neptunian Objects in the Dark Energy Survey
 Meghan Tanner Silicon Photomultiplier Characterization for sPHENIX Calorimeters Characterization of Silicon Photomultipliers for sPHENIX Calorimeters
 Daniel Zile Automation of Van der Pauw and Hall Effect Measurements Automation of Van der Pauw and Hall Effect Measurements
At the Paleontology Lab
At the Minerva experiment, underground at Fermilab.
In front of the bubble chamber at Fermilab
At the final presentations, REU 2016
All students from Michigan REU's at the final presentations.