Meet the next generation of great researchers and enjoy the firework of dazzling science as our undergraduate students will compete in lightning talk competition. Each of them in 5 minutes will tell about their research project and try to convince everyone that they are worth the grand prize.

Location: Small Hall 111

Schedule of Lightning Talks

Time Presenter Subject
1:00 PM Introductory Remarks
1:05 PM Rachel Baley Long-Term Detector Drift at Fermilab
1:13 PM Kalea Wen Quantum Simulation on a Trapped Ion Computer
1:21 PM Kirsten Smith Neutrino Detectors what are they and why do we build them
1:29 PM Kevin Su Mine detection and identification with small Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) System
1:37 PM Sarah Sasinowska Non-stochastic Active Galactic Nuclei
1:45 PM Ramisa Rahman RADIOHEAD: The Radiowave Hunt for young stellar object Emission And Demographics