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Wesleyan University is a private, non-sectarian liberal arts university in Middletown, Conn. Founded in 1831, Wesleyan offers its 3,000 undergraduates and 200 graduate students a demanding educational environment characterized by boldness, rigor and pr...
Awards & Recognition
Undergraduate Research AssistantDuring my first year as a research assistant during my freshmen year in college, I researched basic fluid dynamics and the statistics of particle trajectories using Matlab as my platform. I was then given a project where I studied the motion of sedimenting fibers in turbulent fluid flows, where I used the numerical database from Johns Hopkins University to extract accelerations, pressure and velocity gradients, along fluid particle trajectories. As a sophomore, I am currently investigating a theory concerning the sedimentation of asymmetric particles in laminar flow, which is a continuation of a 10-week summer fellowship I had that was funded by the National Science Foundation. After I finish conducting the experimental part of this investigation and understanding the results and comparing it to the theory, we will be working on publishing our work soon.December 2015 - Present
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Wesleyan University Astronomy Department
Telescope operator and Observor• Operate Wesleyan University’s 24” Perkin telescope and collect images and data of study targets at the tips of white dwarfs that will be incorporated in a research study. • Collaborate with undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral students, in addition to the principal investigators on a weekly basis to ensure that target planets are observed properly and data is collected effectivelyOctober 2015 - Present
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