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Research internship for undergraduate students

11/18/2022

The RTG grant (supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF)) from the Department of Statistics and Operations Research (STOR) is looking for well motivated undergraduate students to participate in the research internship and training program in Spring 2023. Students with … Continued

Mathematics Research Assistant Position

09/12/2022

This project focuses on local energy estimates for wave equations and their applications. Wave equations have a conserved energy, but as this does not change in time, it fails to capture the dispersive nature wave equations. Instead, if one focuses … Continued

Research opportunities in computational optics

08/29/2022

The Pegard lab (www.pegardlab.com) is looking for motivated students to contribute to several open research projects. The projects range from software development to deep learning in optics research. Some of the open projects include but are limited to: 1. Developing … Continued

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

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

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

PCB (Electronic circuit) design opportunity

11/15/2021

The Pegard LAB (Applied Physical Sciences) is recruiting an undergraduate student to build an initial prototype for a portable biometric monitor. The student’s primary responsibility will be adapting our circuit design into a compact PCB board. Thus, candidates with a … Continued