Undergrad Research

I attended undergraduate at University of California Santa Cruz in Physics starting in Fall of 2004. I did physics at UCSC because it was the hardest major offered on campus. Somehow, I didn’t fail out of physics and graduated into the 2008 recession with an applied physics degree and a thesis in materials science.

BS, Applied Physics
University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA – 2008
Thesis: Study of ZrW2O8 Metal-Oxygen Peaks Through EXAFS Analysis

Laboratory of Dr. Frank Bridges
UCSC Physics Labs Nov 2007 – Aug 2008

Laboratory of Dr. Hartmut Sadrozinski
Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics Nov 2007 – Aug 2008

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