Physics Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Physics undergraduates are afforded many opportunties to participate in "cutting-edge" research. These wide ranging research projects offer a "hands-on" approach to the undergrads, enabling them to gain first hand knowledge under the guidance of professional physcists.
Here are some possible research projects for the Fall 2010 semester. Please contact the faculty member listed for further details. Although on occasion there are some paid positions, most research during the fall and spring semesters is for credit or on a "volunteer" basis.
Here are some ongoing projects. At this time, these project do not have any openings:
|Melissa Beebe||Dr. Declan De Paor||The development of Google Earth as a tool for earth science research and education.|
|Jessi Strand||Dr. Declan De Paor||The development of Google Earth as a tool for earth science research and education.|
|Cabot Zabriskie||Dr. Mark Havey||Analysis of Rotational - Vibrational Transitions in Molecular Li He.|
|John Guthrie||Dr. Mark Havey||Construction of a Optical Balanced Homodyne Dector for Detection of Vacuum Squeezing.|
|Lindsey Andrews||Dr. Charles Sukenik||Two Photon Spectroscopy in a Rubidium Vapor.|