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Logan Sowadski, McGowan Toombs, Zachary Alton, and Carly Brown are winners of the 2023 Fuller Prize Competition for Undergraduate Research.
First prize went to Sowadski, a senior in physics, for a project titled “Magnetic properties of diluted hexaferrites.” His advisors were Dr. Julia Medvedeva, professor of physics, and Dr. Thomas Vojta, Curators’ Distinguished Professor and chair of physics.
Second prize went to Toombs, a senior in physics, for a project titled “Influence of Momentum Spectrometer Resolution on Fully Differential Data of Atomic Collisions.” His advisor was Dr. Daniel Fischer, associate professor of physics.
Third prize went to Alton and Brown, both seniors in physics, for a project titled “Measurement of Microwave Photon Size.” Their advisor was Dr. Yew San Hor, associate professor of physics.
The Fuller Prize Competition for Undergraduate Research honors the memory of Dr. Harold Q. Fuller, former chair of physics.