Freshman Abraham Oshotse gathering information on radionuclide decay pathways for use in his calibration testing of photomultiplier tubes.
Undergraduate student Jacob Billings studying material relating to his
research on the design of ultra-sensitive bioelectronic light sensors.
Undergraduate Adam Byrd using Mathematica in support of his research on
particle transport in CCD detector pixels for the Large Synoptic Survey
Associate Michael Frank (right) helps undergraduates Juan Calderin
(left) and Triesha Fagan test a novel free-space optical clocking
system for use in cosmic ray sensor networks.
student Matt Worden uses Geant4 to simulate particle trajectories in
his novel design for a Cerenkov radiation based cosmic ray detector.
student and System Manager Antony Jepson successfully completes his
first test run of GALPROP on the Xserve cluster after upgrading the system memory.
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