Dept. of Sciences Students Present Summer Work

August 10, 2016

Taylor Saintable and Justin Harrington discuss Rotation Curves in Alternative Gravitational Theories

Taylor Saintable and Justin Harrington discuss Rotation Curves in Alternative Gravitational Theories

The Department of Sciences hosted its Summer Showcase in August 2016.

The following work was presented by Wentworth students:

The Impact of Circadian Mutation of Intestinal Flora

  • Katie Vilardi
  • Supervised by Ryan Rogers, Ph.D.

Rotation Curves in Alternative Gravitational Theories

  • Taylor Saintable and Justin Harrington
  • Supervised by James O’Brien, Ph.D.

Impact of Rdl on Circadian Rhythym and Locomotion in Drosophila melanogaster

  • Stephanie MacDonald
  • Supervised by Ryan Rogers, Ph.D.

1000 nanoparticles walk into a bar and say “we want to try your micro-brew”

  • Matthew Brett
  • Supervised by Laurie Grove, Ph.D.

Galactic Motion in Clusters through Conformal Gravity

  • Jacob Desroches, Zach Dobbins, Justin Harrington, Thomas Cunningham, Brian Stafford, and John Westerhof
  • Supervised by James O’Brien, Ph.D.

Numerical Models for Compact Steller Objects

  • Ely Biggs
  • Supervised by Omair Zubari, Ph.D.

Modeling Neutron Stars Computationally for a Non-Perfect Fluid Equation of State

  • Brian Stafford and Michael Spallino
  • Supervised by James O’Brien, Ph.D.

Analysis and Synthesis of High Temperature Superconductors

  • Sam Beane, Pamela Mudge, Alex Hartung, and Connor Mountain
  • Supervised by Franz Rueckert, Ph.D.

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