April Meeting 2023 Student Presenters

Presenters from APS April Meeting 2023

Thank you to the undergraduate presenters who shared their work! Their presentations spanned a breadth of physics topics and demonstrate the innovations undergraduates bring to the physics community.

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Name Institution Presentation Best Presenters in Session
Michal Zdziennicki University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics Computation of dark matter-nucleus scattering rates in direct detection experiments Top Presenter
Oleksandra Lukina University of South Dakota Development of a Cable Checkout Board for the SuperCDMS Experiment Top Presenter
Fatima Rodriguez Fermilab Measuring the Radial Component of the Magnetic Field in the Muon g-2 Experiment  
Enzo Brandani University of Pittsburgh Using RECAST to set an upper limit on the BSM Higgs decay channel H→ll+MET with the ATLAS experiment  
Xinyue Wu University of Rochester Searching for Extreme Events in Multi-lepton Data from the LHC  
Kyle Howey Bethel University (Minnesota) Search for single vector-like B -> tW decays in a single-lepton final state Top Presenter
Kalin Johnson Bethel University (Minnesota) Particle Discovery Lab: CMS Open Data in undergraduate physics courses Top Presenter
Garrett Linney University of Pennsylvania Refining MC-based Jet Energy Scale Calibrations with Machine Learning at the ATLAS Experiment  
Oscar Meza Quintero Dominican University Detector design and electronics for the NAUM (Non-intrusive Archaeometry Using Muons) program  
Avery Brown Dominican University On site prototype tests and structure modeling for the NAUM (Non-intrusive Archaeometry Using Muons) program  
Emily Foley Wake Forest University Properties of solutions to the mode equations for scalar fields in Schwarzschild-de Sitter spacetime Top Presenter
Abby Keltz California State Polytechnic University, Testing Gravitational Interactions Below 50 Microns Top Presenter
Bao Nguyen University of Arizona Constraining Kerr Naked Singularities with Shadow Observations  
William Kerin Springfield College Tully Fisher and Radial Accelerations in the Bizyaev et al. 2021 Edge-On Galaxies  
Zachary Dorris University of Maryland, College Park Study of cosmic-ray secondary nuclei and isotopes using GALPROP  
Yuca Chen University of Maryland, College Park Study of Cosmic Ray Spectral Features Using GALPROP Top Presenter
Barkotel Zemenu Yale University Characterizing the Outgassing of Electronegative Impurities in nEXO Top Presenter
Luke Parsons Tennessee Technological University Data Analysis of Neutron Capture on 134Xe  
AbbieMarie Woodard University of South Dakota Development of Germanium Detectors for Rare Event Physics Searches  
Leonardo Pena University of Texas at El Paso Thermodynamics at finite strangeness in the holographic model  
Faisal Herzallah University of Florida Dilute and Percolating Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Thin Film Metrology, Optimization, and Characterization for Use in Next-Generation Display Applications  
Adam Benslama Stony Brook University (SUNY) A Study of Multibody Systems involving Optical Tweezers  
Christopher Woolford Kennesaw State University Monte Carlo Simulation of the EMPHATIC Spectrometer  
Matthew Bruenning University of Kansas & Missouri State University Implementation of a Hough Transform on a Field Programmable Gate Array  
Audrey Cole Harvey Mudd College Viability of a Novel Technique for Low-Mass Leptoquark Searches  
Trevin Detwiler Drake University Numerical Calculation of the Masses of Light Mesons using the Time-Dependent Dirac Equation with SU(3)-color Interactions  
Stanislaw Rakowski University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics Computation of dark matter-nucleus scattering rates in direct detection experiments  
Garrett Schindler Bethel University CMS Education and Outreach in Virtual Reality
Eli Ullman-Kissel University of Pittsburgh Pileup Resistant MET using BDT Regression in the ATLAS Level-1 Topological Trigger  
Lael Verace University of Alabama Application of Equivariant Neural Networks to Boosted Top Tagging in CMS Open Data  
Daniel Viscarra Riveros Drake Univeristy MISSFIT: Monte-Carlo Simulations of Particle Trajectories in a Magnetic Field Top Presenter
Xinyue Wu University of Rochester Searching for Extreme Events in Multi-lepton Data from the LHC Top Presenter
Chloe Zheng Macalester College Modeling Dark Matter with the Singlet Model  
Hillary Beauliere Florida International University Calibration Procedure and Results for the GlueX Start Counter Top Presenter
Robert Meadows Indiana State University AdS/QCD critical point via scalar-dilaton coupling  
Jayden Patton Regis University Determining Focusing Field Index in the Muon g-2 Experiment Top Presenter
Alejandra Granados Florida International University The Constituent Counting Rule in Meson-Baryon Photoproduction  
Michael Pinkerton California State University, Dominguez Hills Feasibility Study of Short-Lived Beams for Nuclear Physics Research  
Brandon Roldan Tomei Florida International University Influence of the polarization direction on the extraction of the deuteron tensor polarized b1 structure function  
Cody Shay Lebanon Valley College Numerical Study of Single-Inclusive Longitudinal-Transverse Double-Spin Asymmetries in Electron-Nucleon and Proton-Proton Collisions  
Ethan Baker Haverford College A Simulation-Based Approach to Bekenstein's Model of a Varying Fine Structure Constant  
Gracie Buondonno Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Data Analysis using Fourier and Wavelet Techniques Top Presenter
Jack Crump Haverford College Energy Conservation in Bekenstein's Theory for a Varying Fine-Structure Constant  
Albert Farah University of Massachusetts Lowell Mutual information in interacting quantum field theories away from equilibrium  
Dante Raso The Pennsylvania State University Visualization of Analytical and Numerical Spacetimes Using Raytracing in Unity 3D Top Presenter
Sima Vaidya Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach The [NII] 205 micron and [CII] 158 micron line emissions of four star forming Submillimeter Galaxies at z∼3-5.7 Top Presenter
Xingyun Yang Haverford College Constraining Vera C.Rubin Observatory's sensitivity on axion fraction at different axion masses  
Samuel Haupfear University of St. Thomas Quantum tunneling in transistors  
Katelyn Brink Stockton University Data Analysis of Long-Term Temperature Data  
Jimmy Li University of Southern California Transitional Material on the Effectiveness of Thermal Rectifier Top Presenter
Tyler Martin University of Toronto SuperCDMS Background Explorer Functionality and Validation Top Presenter
Shalayah-Naomi Webb San Diego City College Exploring the Epoch of Reionization: Verifying a Capacitive Displacement Sensor for FYST  
Sana Elgamal New York University Abu Dhabi No Catch-22 for Fuzzy Dark Matter: testing substructure counts and core sizes via high resolution cosmological simulations Top Presenter
Ricardo Parra Payano Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería Study of properties of b-jets in the interactions of Pb + Pb at the energy √sNN = 5.02 TeV  
Kai Vylet University of Virginia I-Love-Q in Einstein-aether theory  
Ben Lou Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Analysis of Energies and Nodes through a First-Order Schrodinger Equation  
Sahil Pontula Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Normalizing Flows for Multimodal and Extended-Mode Lattice Field Theories  

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