PHYS 4310 3.0 Physics or Astronomy Project
I am a coordinator for this course. This means that I can advise students of the opportunities available to get involved in a research project with one of my colleagues.
This course is for academic credit (no pay). It can happen in the Fall, Winter, or Summer terms. Course registration is through the Physics and Astronomy office after a supervisor agrees to take on the student. Usually taken during the fourth year of study.
Chris Bergevin: Biophysics.
Eric Hessels: Atomic Physics Experiment.
Marko Horbatsch: Computational electromagnetism (pedagogy-related)
Tom Kirchner: Atomic and Molecular Physics Theory.
Roman Koniuk: Monte-Carlo simulations in Statistical Mechanics/Quantum Systems.