Physics Students Present Research at American Physical Society Meeting


Published on March 22, 2019

Matthew Becker and Keeran RamanathanDr. Roberto Ramos and two physics majors — Keeran Ramanathan and Matthew Becker — presented two research papers at the 2019 March Meeting of the American Physical Society in Boston, MA on March 5-8, 2019 - the largest meeting of physicists in the U.S.

The papers are entitled "Point Contact Spectroscopy of Iron Pnictides: Probing Superconductors to Observe the Gap Structures of (P, Co, K) Doped Iron Pnictides" and "Analysis of tunneling spectroscopy measurements of Assymetrical all-MgB2 Thin Film Josephson Junctions".

The USciences physics team was supported by a grant from the Charles Kaufman Foundation. Ramanathan was partially supported by a Society of Physics Student (SPS) Travel grant.

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