Joel Greenberg and Bonnie Schmittberger inspect the vacuum cell that they use to study the collective behavior of rubidium atoms upon interaction with light.
Jie Ren uses photoelastic particles to understand jamming for granular materials.
MEPG GROUP MEMBERS
(from left to right): Qiang Ye, Xing Zong, Nadira Williams, Sarah Clairborne, Georgio Laskaris, Haiyan Gao, Xin Qian,
Min Huang, Wei Che.
Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
Seth Cohen uses the high-speed chaos produced by a nonlinear electronic circuit for novel sensing applications.
Junyao Tang investigates flow in a hopper using photoelastic particles.
The Super-K experiment is a neutrino detector deep underneath a mountain in central Japan.
Postdoctoral fellow Sarah Goldberg analyzes self-assembled DNA nanostructures in the Finkelstein lab.
David Rosin uses a field programmable gate array to perform experiments on large networks of coupled oscillators.
Local Action, Global Impact: A single shape has been found that can
fill 3D space, but only in a non-periodic way.
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