Student and Faculty Member Present at Conference

At the fall meeting of the Prairie Section of the American Physical Society (PSAPS), Murtuza Taqi, senior physics major, won first prize among all student presentations for his talk titled “A particle tracker for diffusion cloud chambers.” The award included $150 in prize money.

Tim Wiser, professor of physics, also contributed a talk titled “Visualizing Spinors in Augmented Reality,” and gave an invited talk to the affiliated QuarkNet workshop for high school physics teachers titled “Visualizing Vectors in Augmented Reality.”

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