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Physics students present research at national conference

From left: Jude Quintero '20, Joe Vazquez '20, Hailey Gilman '21, Kyle Miller '20, Jackson Powell '21, Leif Kvarnes '20, and physics professor Peter Sheldon

From left: Jude Quintero ’20, Joe Vazquez ’20, Hailey Gilman ’21, Kyle Miller ’20, Jackson Powell ’21, Leif Kvarnes ’20, and physics professor Peter Sheldon

This weekend, six students attended and presented their research at PhysCon 2019, hosted by the national Society of Physics Students in Providence, Rhode Island.

Attendees included Jude Quintero ’20, Joe Vazquez ’20, Hailey Gilman ’21, Kyle Miller ’20, Jackson Powell ’21, Leif Kvarnes ’20, and Peter Sheldon, the Charles A. Dana Professor of Physics & Engineering.

Quintero presented his senior honors research, “Tuning PID Controllers Using Relay Feedback: RelAPro”; Gilman presented her Summer Research, “Performing and Analyzing Alvin Lucier’s ‘I am Sitting in a Room’: an Exploration of the Natural Resonant Properties of Performance Spaces at Randolph College”; Vazquez presented his Summer Research, “Analyzing Alvin Lucier’s ‘I Am Sitting In a Room’ as a Potential Measure of Room Modes”; and Kvarnes presented his Summer Research and senior research, “Tribology of Antimicrobial Surfaces.”



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