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Senior Thesis Presentations Part II

Senior Thesis Presentations Part II

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 3:00 pm
328 Weniger
Senior Class 2018

12-minute talks starting at 3pm. (See also June 5th for Part I)

3:00 Ryan Ball, Correlating Web Engagement with Increased Student Performance

3:12 Jake Bigelow, Project BoxSand: Impact of Online Course Material and Mastering Physics Interactions on Exam Performance in a Flipped Classroom Environment

3:24 Chris May, Freezing a Softly Repulsive Fluid: Monte Carlo Methods and the Weeks-Chandler-Andersen Potential

3:36 Aaron Dethlefs, The Effect of Annealing Parameters on the Electrical Properties of Fluorine Doped Tin Oxide

3:48 Katelyn Chase, Synchronized Cellular Mechanosensing due to External Periodic Driving

4:00 Hassan Alnatah, Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of the Length of Actin Filaments in Cancer Cells

4:12 Sean Bullis, Using an Optical Trap to Measure Brownian Motion on 3 μm Polystyrene Microspheres

4:24 Joel Chantland, Econophysics, Evolving Boltzmann-Gibbs Income Distributions

4:36 Kyle Tafoya, Modifications to Student Laboratories for Oregon State University’s Waves & Oscillations Physics Course