UROP Students Selected to Participate in Argonne Symposium

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

Four MIT UROP students were selected to participate in the 18th annual Argonne Symposium for Undergraduate in Science, Engineering and Mathematics at Argonne National Laboratory http://www.dep.anl.gov/p_undergrad/ugsymp. This symposium offers undergraduates an opportunity to present their research results to their peers as well as Argonne scientists and university faculty. The goal of the symposium is to encourage science careers. The Argonne National Laboratory is one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s largest research centers.

The following UROP students participated in the November symposium:

  • Rita J. Ciaravino, '08 (Course 18), Supervisor: Darren G. Crowdy
    ABSTRACT: ITERATED CONFORMAL MAPPING APPROACH TO MULTIPLE-CLUSTER DIFFUSION LIMITED AGGREGATION, Rita J. Ciaravino, Darren G. Crowdy*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Mathematics

  • Mustafa G. Dafalla, '09 (Course 1C), Supervisor: Elfatih Eltahir
    ABSTRACT: THE USE OF NEEM AS A SUSTAINABLE MECHANISM TO PREVENT MALARIA, Mustafa G. Dafalla, Arne Bomblies, Rebecca L. Gianotti, Elfatih Eltahir*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • Philip J. Ilten, '08 (Course 8), Supervisor: Christoph M. E. Paus
    ABSTRACT: TAU IDENTIFICATION AT THE LHC, Guillelmo Gomez-Ceballos, Philip J. Ilten, Markus Klute, Christoph M. E. Paus*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Laboratory for Nuclear Science

  • Constantinos Melachrinos, '08 (Course 8A), Supervisor: Christoph M. E. Paus
    ABSTRACT: MEASUREMENT OF THE WZ → 3 l (e, m) CROSS-SECTION AT THE LHC, Guillelmo Gomez-Ceballos, Markus Klute, Constantinos Melachrinos, Michael L. Miller, Christoph M. E. Paus*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Laboratory for Nuclear Science