By Zak Blumer (B.S. HTC Engineering Physics, Class of 2018) My work under Dr. Martin Kordesch’s supervision in Physics & Astronomy involves determining the efficiency of models of concentrating thermal solar power, and comparing them to other models in order to find the most efficient model. When I began my research, […]Read more ›
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By Harlee Rozell ’17 On April 14, Hailee Fouch ’18 and I accompanied Jessica Cydrus, the curator for the Athens County Historical Society and Museum, to the Federal Valley Reserve Center in Stewart, Ohio, to help set up an art exhibit for viewing by the public later that evening. Hailee and […]Read more ›
By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy Max Camp ’16 B.S., a senior in Physics & Astronomy received the “Best Presentation” award at the 2016 Society of Physics research conference for his presentation on particle physics and the search for a pentaquark, a new kind of sub-atomic particle. A pentaquark is […]Read more ›
By Andrew Dewald B.S. Honors Tutorial College Physics and B.S. HTC Chemistry, Class of 2016 I received a scholarship to study in Germany from the DAAD RISE Germany Program. I learned about the program through Ohio University’s Office of Nationally Competitive Awards. DAAD RISE offers summer research internships for undergraduate […]Read more ›
By Sara Sand (B.S. HTC Engineering Physics, Class of 2017) I spent ten weeks last summer in Germany at the University of Konstanz where I worked in the lab of physicist Lukas Schmidt-Mende and under the direction of Ph.D. student Julian Kalb. I was there as an intern with the […]Read more ›
By Max Camp (B.S. Physics, Class of 2016) I spent June and July in Genoa, Italy, participating in a particle physics project under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hicks, Professor of Physics & Astronomy at Ohio University and researchers at the Istituto Nazionalle Fisica Nucleare (INFN) based in Genoa, Italy. […]Read more ›
“What I love most about my job is the variability in projects. “Each project is a new experience, whether we are shovel testing for a new road or a multi-use trail for a local park.” Lindsey Renaud graduated with a B.A. in Anthropology from the College of Arts & Sciences […]Read more ›