Poster Hall 4: Physics, Math, & Astronomy

Luis Perez: PREDICTING LINEAR FACTORS FOR THE KOSTANT VECTOR PARTITION OF THE ROOT SYSTEM

Luis Perez: PREDICTING LINEAR FACTORS FOR THE KOSTANT VECTOR PARTITION OF THE ROOT SYSTEM

Finding factorization patterns of polynomials representing the Kostant partition function of the finite root system is an active area ...
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Jedidiah Thompson: Nonlinear Axions and How to Observe Them

Jedidiah Thompson: Nonlinear Axions and How to Observe Them

I work to understand the landscape of possible new particles and forces and to identify relevant experimental probes for such new physics.
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Kevin Yang: Universality in Fluctuations of Random Growth

Kevin Yang: Universality in Fluctuations of Random Growth

In 1986, the physicists Kardar, Parisi, and Zhang conjectured a universal behavior in the statistics of seemingly unrelated random ...
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Zach Horton: Statistical Models for Recurrent Events with Application to Earthquake Data Analysis

Zach Horton: Statistical Models for Recurrent Events with Application to Earthquake Data Analysis

Earthquake recurrence times exhibit specific features.
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Clayton Strawn: The Circumgalactic Medium in Cosmological Galaxy Simulations

Clayton Strawn: The Circumgalactic Medium in Cosmological Galaxy Simulations

Clayton studies the mysterious cloud of gas immediately outside galaxies known as the Circumgalactic Medium (CGM) by analyzing that ...
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Lauren Nowak: Log-concavity and Mixed Volumes of Truncated Fans

Lauren Nowak: Log-concavity and Mixed Volumes of Truncated Fans

Both chromatic polynomials and mixed volumes yield coefficients that are log-concave.
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Ken Luu: Gamma-Ray Bursts from Interacting Binaries

Ken Luu: Gamma-Ray Bursts from Interacting Binaries

We are analyzing interacting binary systems of a massive star and a black hole.
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Amanda Quirk: The TREX Survey

Amanda Quirk: The TREX Survey

I study how fast old and young stars move in nearby spiral galaxies.
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