Students present at American Physical Society meeting

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On April 4, 2023

Three students standing by a sign with APS.

Several students of the multiparticle physics group led by Dr. Thomas Vojta, Curator’s Distinguished Professor and chair of physics, presented at the American Physical Society’s March meeting.

  • Reece Beattie-Hauser, a senior in physics, spoke about “Branching fractional Brownian motion as a model of serotonergic neurons.”
  • Gaurav Khairnar, a doctoral student in physics, presented “Monte Carlo Simulations of the Disordered q-state Quantum Clock model.”
  • Logan Sowadski, a senior in physics, presented his research on magnetic properties of diluted hexaferrites.

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