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Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogs with Walking Droplets

07/29/2022

The Physical Mathematics Lab (PML) (Intro Video) offers a wide range of interdisciplinary problems that find motivation in very diverse fields, including soft matter, fluid mechanics, biophysics and quantum mechanics. One of PML’s themes is the study of new Hydrodynamic … Continued

Computer Science Research Assistant

07/25/2022

Thank you for your interest in the DEPENd Lab! The DEPENd Lab (director: Dr. Michael Hallquist) is currently recruiting undergraduate research assistants with strong programming backgrounds. We are seeking applicants with substantial experience and training in computer science or related … Continued

Undergraduate Research Assistant

06/27/2022

Our lab studies learning, decision-making, and emotion in those with and without symptoms of personality disorders. Our research investigates abnormalities underlying borderline personality disorder and its development during adolescence and early adulthood. To study these topics, we use a variety … Continued

Research in Differential Equations and Applied Mathematics

05/27/2022

I have multiple undergraduate research projects that involve various aspects of analysis of differential equations, math modeling and scientific computation . Here are some example projects, but I am open to discussion about related projects based upon student interests: 1. … Continued

Undergraduate Researcher

03/22/2022

The Bai Lab ( https://baigroup.org/ ) in the Department of Applied Physical Sciences (https://aps.unc.edu/ ) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is looking for motivated undergraduate students who would be interested in pursuing applied research for improving … Continued

Undergraduate Research Student (UNC Partners Program)

01/19/2022

2022 SUMMER RESEARCH & TRAINING IN CANCER DISPARITIES The Partners Program is a collaborative research and professional development program funded by the National Cancer Institute. Applications will be accepted from highly motivated UNC undergraduate students to participate in our 10-week … Continued

Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogs with Walking Droplets

01/05/2022

The Physical Mathematics Lab (PML) (Intro Video) offers a wide range of interdisciplinary problems that find motivation in very diverse fields, including soft matter, fluid mechanics, biophysics and quantum mechanics. One of PML’s themes is the study of new Hydrodynamic … Continued