Type: 
Senior Thesis Presentation
Date-Time: 
Tuesday, June 7, 2022 - 14:45 to 17:00
Location: 
Weniger 328 & Zoom https://oregonstate.zoom.us/j/97833069694?pwd=QURYZG84aXhTTk5mYm5NOFBPOEpBQT09
Event Speaker: 
PH403 Seniors
Local Contact: 
Tate/Schellman
Abstract: 

Senior thesis 10 minute talks, Part II. Hybrid mode: Weniger 328 and Colloquium Zoom room. The first talk will begin at 3pm SHARP. Please join a few minutes before 3pm for introductions. Coffee and cookies for in-person attendees.

Tentative Schedule  (Thesis titles and biographies to be posted)

•3:00 – 3:10 Georgia Carroll: Estimating Basal Conditions of Hiawatha Glacier Using Reflector Slopes (E. Pettit) 
•3:12 – 3:22 Cameron Clonch: Measuring Bubble Pressure in Glacier Ice, (E. Pettit)
•3:24 – 3:10 Henry Sprueill: The Two Wells System: A Benchmark for Monte Carlo Methods in Statistical Mechanics, (D. Roundy)
•3:36 – 3:46 Emily Eagen: Microtubule Dynamics by Engineered Kinesin-14 Motors (W. Qiu)
•3:48 – 3:58: Dominic Daprano: Clustering of Ensemble Localization-Delocalization Matrices with Application to Drug Discovery, (P. H-Y Cheong)
•4:00 – 4:10 Adam Levenburg: Pulsar Noise Analyses (X. Siemens)
•4:12 – 4:24 Leah Holmes: Auger Electron Detector Experiment Simulation for Radiation Therapy, (H. Schellman)
•4:24 – 4:34 Ryan Leopold: Discovering New Pulsars to Detect Gravitational Waves, (X. Siemens)
•4:36 – 4:46 Ethan Steele: Simulating the Pulsar Array Detection Method for Gravitational Waves, (X. Siemens)
•4:48 – 4:58 Christopher Magone: A Division Algebra Description of (part of) the Standard Model (C. Manogue, T. Dray)
•4:58 - 5:10 Thomas Knutson: Cartographer: Using Python to Animate the Motion of Low-Mass Objects about a Schwarzschild Black Hole (K. Hadley)