Undergraduate Talk and Poster Contest





Best Undergraduate Talk:  

Kevin Nelson

College of William and Mary

"Time Projection Chamber Calibration in the LArIAT Experiment"



Best Undergraduate Poster:   

Jesse Buffaloe

University of Tennessee, Knoxville 

"A Singular Value Decomposition of 15M Chimera Entropy Data"






For all Undergraduate Presenters !

SESAPS will offer a prize of $100 each for "Best Undergraduate Poster" and "Best Undergraduate Oral Presentation." If you wish to have your submission judged for either prize during the meeting, please indicate this when you submit your Abstract, by typing "Undergraduate Poster" or "Undergraduate Oral Presentation" in the Special Instructions box in "Step 3" of the APS Abstract Submission page, as shown below.  

Undergrad contest


If you wish to submit a poster or give a talk at SESAPS 2015, please submit your abstract at the APS website. If you are not a member of the American Physical Society (required for abstract submission) and do not intend to join at this time, please ask a faculty member at your institution to submit your abstract, listing you as the presenting author.

Click HERE for Poster Guidelines.