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Connor Awe and Sam Hedges Awarded CNEC Fellowships for Gradu...

Connor Awe and Sam Hedges Awarded CNEC Fellowships for Graduate Research

Connor Awe and Sam Hedges have been awarded Graduate Fellowships as part of the Consortium for Nonproliferation and Enabling Capabilities. The appointments cover up to four years of tuition and stipend. As part of the program, Connor and Sam will participate in Summer Internship programs at one of the participating national laboratories for at least […]

Katrina Miller and Ben Suh Graduate with Distinction

Katrina Miller and Ben Suh Graduate with Distinction

Undergraduates Katrina Miller and Ben Suh received honors for their senior thesis projects. Katrina will graduate with High Distinction for her thesis Advancements in Tracking Detector Technologies Using Novel Target Gases. Ben will graduate with Distinction for his thesis Measuring the I-127, Electron Neutrino Cross-Section of NaI[Tl]. Both theses have lead to major projects for the group, and […]

Prof. Barbeau Receives DOE Early Career Research Award

Prof. Barbeau Receives DOE Early Career Research Award

Prof. Phil Barbeau, assistant professor in Physics, has been awarded a Department of Energy Early Career Research Award from the Office of High Energy Physics. The program supports the development of individual research programs of outstanding scientists early in thier careers and also stimulates research careers in the areas supported by the DOE Office of […]

Barbeau Group helps bring Duke/TUNL to Neutrino 2014

Barbeau Group helps bring Duke/TUNL to Neutrino 2014

Phil Barbeau and Grayson Rich attended NEUTRINO 2014 in Boston this June to present our work on Coherent Neutrino Scattering experiments, and the budding COHERENT collaboration. See the article on Duke’s significant participation in the conference here. The Neutrino 2014 conference which was held in Boston this year is the premier conference in neutrino physics and is […]