Type: 
Senior Thesis Presentation
Date-Time: 
Tuesday, June 13, 2017 - 15:00 to 17:30
Location: 
WNGR 304
Event Speaker: 
Seniors in PH403
Local Contact: 
Janet Tate
Abstract: 

12-minute talks starting at 3pm. (See also June 6th for Part I)
Refreshments will be served. 

Jeff Shuford, Andy Baldwin, Keenan Cabrera, Karandeep Cheema, Zack Dempsey, Anton Schuster, Alexander Jacoby, James May, Zach McKay , Jeremy Meinke, Jared Cayton, Rafid Chowdhury

3:00 – 3:10 
Jeff ShufordMonte Carlo Simulation of the Fuel Assembly of Oregon State University Triga Nuclear Reactor (Advised by Tom Giebultowicz)

3:12 – 3:22
Andy BaldwinSpatial and Temporal Damping of Fluid Perturbation at a Distance (Advised by Elaine Cozzi, OSU Department of Mathematics)

3:24 – 3:34
Keenan Cabrera: Charge-asymmetry dependence of kaon elliptic flow in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 27 GeV from STAR (Advised by Heidi Schellman)

3:36 – 3:46
Karan Cheema: Projected Temperature and Precipitation Changes for Corvallis and Los Angeles for the 2030-2059 Period Using the Hadley Center’s Regional Climate Model (HadRM3P) (Advised by Karen Shell, OSU College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences)

3:48 – 3:58
Zack Dempsey: Fourier Analysis of Smartphone Call Quality (Advised by David McIntyre)

4:00 – 4:10
Anton Schuster: Solar Induced Florescence: A More Affordable and More Accurate Proxy for Plant Stress Advised by Adam Higgins, OSU School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering

4:12 – 4:22
Alexander Jacoby: Qualitative Comparison of Algorithms for Tracking Cell Trajectories (Advised by Bo Sun)

4:24 – 4:34
James May: Optical Characterization of Heterostructural Alloys Sn1-xCax[S,Se] (Advised by Janet Tate)

4:36 – 4:46
Zach McKay:
Fabrication and Characterization of Nanoscale Devices Made from Molybdenum Disulfide with Viscoelastic Dry Transfer (Advised by Ethan Minot)

4:48 – 4:58
Jeremy Meinke: Fast Minus-End Directed Kinesin BimC: Influences of High Ionic Conditions (Advised by Weihong Qiu)

5:00 – 5:10
Jared Cayton:
Developing a Mouse EEG (Electroencephalograph) Signal Simulator and a Preamplifier to Reduce Noise during Sleep EEG Data Acquisition (Advised by Dr. Miranda Lim, Oregon Health and Sciences University)

5:12 – 5:22
Rafid Chowdhury: Go Make It Simpler: Numerical Simulation of Light Scattering and Tyndall Effect (Advised by Henri Jansen)