Congratulations to Leo Rodriguez and Tyreis Gatson for presenting their work at the Nevada Undergraduate Research Symposium after their summer participating in the Pack Research Experience Program (PREP)
Congratulations, Jacob, for winning the 2021 Goldwater Scholarship, the only student in Nevada to do so. What an incredible well-deserved achievement! 2021 Goldwater Scholars listed by Institution State
Congratulations to Jacob Molina for receiving the Nevada Undergraduate Research Award! This grant serves to fund and support his further investigations into the changing material properties of ion-damaged warm dense gold. Additionally, along with this award comes an invitation to present his findings at the Nevada Undergraduate Research Symposium to be held in Spring 2021!
Excitingly our proposal to measure diffusion in dense plasma was awarded time on the world’s most energetic laser, the National Ignition Facility (NIF). Awarded through their Discovery Science program, this work will help improve our understanding of planetary interiors. Our shot day is currently scheduled for 2021/2022. See the full list of accepted proposals here.
Our proposal to study diffusion in warm dense matter was awarded four weeks on the Diocles 100 TW and 0.7 PW laser at the Extreme Light Laboratory at the University of Nebraska. The experiment is currently scheduled for summer 2020!
Congratulations to Jacob Molina for being accepted into the prestigious McNair Scholars Program. The program provides academic and research opportunities for first generation, low-income and underrepresented college juniors and seniors.As part of his research Jacob will be participating in experiments conducted at the Extreme Light Laboratory at the University of Nebraska. These experiments were recently… Read more
Dr Thomas White discussing how some of the largest lasers in the world are currently being used to study some of the most energetic events in the Universe. His talk, titled “Laboratory Astrophysics: Explosions, Lasers and Supernova”, was given at the Happy Hour with a Scientist series hosted by the Laughing Planet restaurant.