Wisconsin REU in Astrophysics
Summer 2013


Wisconsin's 2013 REU students are (sitting on the ledge in the photo, left to right): Dominic Ryan (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Olivia Lanes (Dickinson College), John Hoffman (University of Illinois), Thomas Stucky (University of Utah), Steven Young (State University of New York at Albany), Brian Brooks (Old Dominion University), Neil Campbell (Kenyon College), Hank Corbett (Guilford College), Greg Vance (Connecticut College), Brittney Curtis (The Ohio State University). The Astrophysics REU program director, Eric Hooper (University of Wisconsin-Madison) is sitting in front.

Student Research Webpage Final Talk (title)
Brian Brooks A Mid Infrared Search for Variable Stars in the Milky Way Galaxy
Neil Campbell Alternative Implementations of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics and Implications for Fluid Mixing Problems
Hank Corbett Cosmic Ray Anisotropy and Time Variation of Event Rates in Icecube
Brittney Curtis Examining the Properties of Galaxies with Metal-Enriched Halos using Quasar Absorption Lines
John Hoffman Investigating a possible z~12 galaxy with MOSFIRE near-IR spectroscopy
Olivia Lanes Stellar Velocity Dispersion in NGC3664
Dominic Ryan Modeling the Afterglows of Gamma Ray Bursts Viewed from Off-Axis
Thomsas Stucky Cosmology with Radio Interferometry
Greg Vance Analysis of Gamma Ray and Neutrino Point Sources with IceCube
Steven Young Atmospheric Effects on Cosmic Ray Air Showers Observed with HAWC

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