Undergraduate students working in world renowned research groups in the school have contributed to research that has been presented at national and international conferences, and published in leading scholarly journals. For example:
• Undergraduate Holly Tinkey’s research with Professor Ed Conrad on the controlled growth of monolayer graphene on silicon carbide was presented at the American Physical Society conference held in Dallas, TX.
• Jenna Campbell appeared as a coauthor with Professor James Gole on the paper “Development of Porous Silicon-based Active Microfilters” that was published in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society.
• A paper entitled “Entanglement of Light-Shift Compensated Atomic Spin Waves with Telecom Light,” coauthored by Jacob Blumoff based on his research with Professors Brian Kennedy and Alex Kuzmich, was published in Physical Review Letters.