ILP Undergraduate Student Presentations

 

                  2023

ISAAPT spring meeting, Galesburg, IL, March 17, 2023

382. Brendan Czajka, “Birthplace of elementary particles” (3rd place prize)

381. Luis Rizo, “Solving ordinary differential equations using neural networks” (2nd place prize)

380. Alex Furcoiu, “Symbolic regression and its use in iterative maps” (1st place prize)

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 15, 2023

379. Brendan Czajka, “Birthplace of elementary particles”

378. Luis Rizo, “Solving ordinary differential equations using neural networks”

377. Alex Furcoiu, “Symbolic regression and its use in iterative maps”

                  2022

ISAAPT spring meeting, Normal, IL, April 9, 2022

376. Alex Furcoiu, “Evolutionary symbolic regression from a probabilistic perspective”

375. Luis Rizo, “Machine learning approach to finding differential equations” (2nd place prize)

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 2, 2022

374. Luis Rizo, “Machine learning approach to finding differential equations”

373. Alex Furcoiu, “Evolutionary symbolic regression from a probabilistic perspective”

                  2021

ISAAPT spring meeting, Urbana, IL, April 24, 2021

372. Jordan Bryan, “Machine learning approach to finding differential equations and iterative maps” (2nd place prize)

371. Jordan Bryan, “Optimization of nonlinear responses based on space-time forces”

370. Chi Gong, “Vacuum polarization is not a precursor for permanent pair creation”

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 10, 2021

369. Chi Gong, “Dirac vacuum can resolve rapidly chirped external fields”

368. Tom Sturino, “Using evolutionary principles in symbolic regression”

367. Luis Rizo, “The exact predictable functions by a single neuron”

366. Jordan Bryan, “Symbiotic vs. non-symbiotic optimization for spatial and temporal degrees of freedom in pair creation”

365. Jack Bellinger, “Genetic evolution as a means to find physics formulas”

                  2020

ISAAPT spring meeting, Urbana, IL, April 24, 2020

364. Jack Yost, “Machine learning and artificial intelligence applied to acoustics”

363. Jordan Bryan, “Symbiotic vs. non-symbiotic optimization for spatial and temporal degrees of freedom in pair creation”

362. Chi Gong, “Dirac vacuum can resolve rapidly chirped external fields”

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 25, 2020

361. Jack Yost, “Machine learning and artificial intelligence applied to acoustics”

360. Chi Gong, “Dirac vacuum can resolve rapidly chirped external fields”

359. Cassie McGinnis, “Universal scaling laws for optimally excited nonlinear oscillators”

358. Austin Penwell “Transition between coherent and incoherent chirping mechanisms in electron-positron pair creation”

357. Sean Comben, “External field approximation for the Breit-Wheeler process?”

356. Luis Rizo, “The exact predictable functions by a single neuron”

355. Jordan Bryan, “Symbiotic vs. non-symbiotic optimization for spatial and temporal degrees of freedom in pair creation”

                  2019

ISAAPT spring meeting, Glen Ellyn, IL, April 6, 2019

354. Jonathan Unger, “Infinite dimensional optimization applied to vacuum pair creation”

353. Richard Pelphrey, “Computation of diverging sums based on a finite number of terms”

352. Jack Yost, “Applications of the first digit law to measure correlations”

351. Tyler Hershenhouse, “QFT versus external field approaches to the Breit-Wheeler process”

350. Yingying Lu, “Space-time resolved Breit-Wheeler process for a model system”

349. Shansi Dong, “Optimal supercritical potentials for the electron-positron pair-creation rate”

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 5, 2019

348. Jonathan Unger, “Infinite dimensional optimization applied to vacuum pair creation”

347. Richard Pelphrey, “Computation of diverging sums based on a finite number of terms”

346. Creighton Lisowski, “Quantum mechanical approach to the laser-assisted vacuum decay”

345. Jack Yost, “Applications of the first digit law to measure correlations”

344. Reid Gramm, “Introduction to the Benford law”

343. Tyler Hershenhouse, “QFT versus external field approaches to the Breit-Wheeler process”

342. Yingying Lu, “Space-time resolved Breit-Wheeler process for a model system”

341. Shansi Dong, “Optimal supercritical potentials for the electron-positron pair-creation rate”

                  2018

ISAAPT spring meeting, Edwardsville, IL, April 27-28, 2018

340. Reid Gramm, “The first digit law and applications”

339. Jack Yost, “Correlation of two quantities through their first digits”

338. Rene Flores, “Optimizing the inversion of a two level system”

337. Jonathan Unger, “Conjugate gradient method for quantum bound state”

336. Richard Pelphrey, “Decay of the vacuum as a simple scattering problem”

335. Creighton Lisowski, “Ghost states in analyzing electron-atom scattering”

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 6, 2018

334. Jack Yost, “Correlation of two quantities through their first digits”

333. Richard Pelphrey, “Decay of the vacuum as a simple scattering problem”

332. Rene Flores, “Conjugate gradient method for quantum bound state”

331. Reid Gramm, “The first digit law and applications”

330. Creighton Lisowski, “Ghost states in analyzing electron-atom scattering”

                  2017

2017 APS Prairie Section meeting, Chicago, IL, November 11-12, 2017

329. Creighton Lisowski, “Relativistic Effects in Quantum Mechanical Potential Scattering”

328. Richard Pelphrey, “Emergence of bound state from a free state, is it possible?”

327. Reid Gramm and Jack Yost, “To BEnford or not to BEnford”

326. Jonathan Unger, “Removal of self-interactions in the Dirac-Maxwell equations in one spatial dimension”

Annual Meeting of the APS Ohio-Region, Ypsilanti, MI, May 5-6, 2017

325. Creighton Lisowski, “Are bound states perturbative?”

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, March 31, 2017

324. Creighton Lisowski, “Divergent series and avoided crossings”

323. Richard Pelphrey, “Emergence of bound state from a free state, is it possible?”

322. Jonathan Unger, “Removal of self-interactions in the Dirac-Maxwell equations in one spatial dimension”

321. Reid Gramm, “To BEnford or not to BEnford”

320. Jack Yost, “Application of Benford law in quantum mechanics”

ISAAPT spring meeting, Charleston, IL, April, 8, 2017

319. Creighton Lisowski, “Divergent series and avoided crossings”

318. Richard Pelphrey, “Emergence of bound state from a free state, is it possible?”

317. Jonathan Unger, “Removal of self-interactions in the Dirac-Maxwell equations in one spatial dimension”(2nd)

316. Reid Gramm, “To BEnford or not to BEnford”

315. Jack Yost, “Application of Benford law in quantum mechanics”

                  2016

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 8, 2016

314. Richard Pelphrey, “Perturbation Theory for Quantum Bound States and Avoided Level Crossings”

313. Samantha Norris, “Using a Split-shift Potential to Compute the Spectrum of a Radially-symmetric Hamiltonian”

312. Jonathan Unger, “Removal of Self-interactions in the Dirac-Maxwell Equations”

311. Ryan Brennan, “Modeling Electron-Electron Interaction through Exchange of Bosons”

310. Creighton Lisowski, “Avoided Crossings”

ISAAPT spring meeting, Urbana, IL, April, 23, 2016

309. Richard Pelphrey, “Perturbation Theory for Quantum Bound States and Avoided Level Crossings”

308. Samantha Norris, “Using a Split-shift Potential to Compute the Spectrum of a Radially-symmetric Hamiltonian” (1st)

307. Jonathan Unger, “Removal of Self-interactions in the Dirac-Maxwell Equations”

306. Ryan Brennan, “Modeling Electron-Electron Interaction through Exchange of Bosons”

305. Creighton Lisowski, “Avoided Crossings”

                  2015

2015 APS Prairie Section meeting, South Bend, IN, November 19-21, 2015

304. Samantha Norris, “Numerical split-shift potential method for relativistic quantum systems with radial symmetry”

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 10, 2015

303. Miles Maggio, “Are 2D simulation of Maxwell-Dirac equations possible?”

302. Jarrett Betke, “Vacuum's polarization charge density and the Uehling potential”

301. Derek Jennings, “Optimized spatial matrix representations of quantum Hamiltonians”

300. Samantha Norris, “Instantaneous rest frame transformation method for temporally induced pair creation”

ISAAPT spring meeting, Elsah, IL, April, 11, 2015

299. Miles Maggio, “Are 2D simulation of Maxwell-Dirac equations possible?”

298. Jarrett Betke, “Vacuum's polarization charge density and the Uehling potential”

297. Derek Jennings, “Optimized spatial matrix representations of quantum Hamiltonians”

296. Samantha Norris, “Instantaneous rest frame transformation method for temporally induced pair creation”

                  2014

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne IL, November 7, 2014

295. Miles Maggio, “Electromagnetic back coupling with higher dimensions”

294. Jarrett Betke, “A simple model for the vacuum polarization charge density”

293. William Bauer, “Time dependent method to compute the vacuum polarization”

292. Samantha Norris, “Instantaneous rest frame transformation methods”

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 11, 2014

291. Miles Maggio, “2-D is not 1-D plus one 1-D”

290. Andrew Steinacher, “Impact of interfermionic forces on the pair creation process”

289. Andrew Vikartofsky, “The physical vacuum and instantaneous rest frame transformation method”

288. Alexander Su, “Enhancement of boson pairs created by electromagnetic fields”

287. Jarrett Betke, “One-dimensional study of the vacuum polarization”

286. William Fuener, “Efficient computation of energy spectra of large Hamiltonians”

285. Samantha Norris, “Instantaneous rest frame transformation for particle pair creation”

ISAAPT spring meeting, Bloomington, IL, March 28-29, 2014

284. Andrew Steinacher, “Impact of interfermionic forces on the pair creation process”

283. Miles Maggio, “2-D is not 1-D plus one 1-D”

282. Andrew Vikartofsky, “The physical vacuum and the approximation of photons by Maxwell fields” (1st)

281. Jarrett Betke, “Space-time dynamics of the vacuum’s polarization charge density” (3rd)

280. Alexander Su, “Enhancement of boson pairs created by electromagnetic fields” (2nd)

279. Samantha Norris, “Instantaneous rest frame transformation method for temporally induced pair creation”

                  2013

International Workshop on Laboratory Astrophysics, Weihai, China, Aug. 5-8, 2013.

278. Alexander C. Su, "Pair creation for bosons in electric and magnetic fields" (invited presentation)

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne IL, November, 2013

277. Samantha Norris, "Time-dependent pair creation and Lorentz invariance"

276. Andrew Vikartofsky, "Dynamics of two- and four- boson interactions in dressed vacuum states"

275. Alex Su, "Pair creation for bosons in electric and magnetic fields"

274. Andrew Steinacher, "Maxwell-Dirac equation approach to pair creation"

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 19, 2013

273. Matt Ware, "Fermion and boson pair creations"

272. Samantha Norris, "Absorbing-like boundaries for quantum field theoretical grid simulations"

271. Andrew Vikartofsky, "Virtual particles and the physical vacuum"

270. Alex Su, "Pair creation for bosons in electric and magnetic fields"

ISAAPT spring meeting, Urbana, IL, March 1-2, 2013

269. Samantha Norris, "Absorbing-like boundaries for quantum field theoretical grid simulations"

268. Andrew Vikartofsky, "Virtual particles and the physical vacuum" (1st)

                  2012

APS LeRoy Apker finalist presentation, Washington DC, August, 2012

267. Matt Ware, "Modeling quantum field theory in full space-time resolution" (invited presentation)

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne IL, October 26, 2012

266. Samantha Norris, "Absorbing boundary regions for multi-particle wavefunctions"

265. Andrew Vikartofsky, "Dynamics of two- and four- boson interactions in dressed vacuum states"

264. Alex Su, "Masking techniques in image inversion in turbid media"

263. Matt Ware, "Pauli exclusion principle and stimulated emission in quantum field theory"

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 20, 2012

262. Matt Ware, "Fermion and boson pair creations"

261. Ben Shields, "Causality in quantum mechanics and quantum field theory"

260. Andrew Vikartofsky, "Space and time correlation functions for dressed bosonic vacuum states"

259. Ben Rogers, "Reconstruction of objects in turbid media"

258. Brandon Graybeal, "Test of a minimization scheme for imaging with the presence of noise"

257. Alex Su, "Multi-runner algorithm for image inversion"

ISAAPT spring meeting, Urbana, IL, March, 31, 2012

256. Matt Ware, "Fermion and boson pair creations"

255. Ben Shields, "Causality in quantum mechanics and quantum field theory"

254. Andrew Vikartofsky, "Space and time correlation functions for dressed bosonic vacuum states" (2nd)

253. Ben Rogers, "Reconstruction of objects in turbid media"

252. Brandon Graybeal, "Test of a minimization scheme for imaging with the presence of noise"

251. Alex Su, "Multi-runner algorithm for image inversion"

                  2011

2011 APS Prairie Section meeting, Cedar Falls, IA, November 10-12, 2011

250. Ben Shields, "Causality and relativistic localization in 1d Hamiltonians"

249. Andrew Vikartofsky, "Dynamics of two- and four-boson interactions in dressed vacuum states"

248. Brandon Graybeal, "Effect of random noise on a bio-optical imaging scheme"

247. Alexander Su, "Multi-runner scheme for imaging"

246. Matt Ware, "Field-induced pair creation in fermionic and bosonic vacua"

XVII Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne IL, October 14, 2011.

245. Ben Shields, "Causality and relativistic localization in 1d Hamiltonians"

244. Andrew Vikartofsky, "Dynamics of two- and four-boson interactions in dressed vacuum states"

243. Benjamin Rogers, "Reconstruction of objects in random media based on their shadow patterns"

242. Brandon Graybeal, "Effect of random noise on a bio-optical imaging scheme"

241. Alexander Su, "Multi-runner scheme for imaging"

240. Matt Ware, "Field-induced pair creation in fermionic and bosonic vacua"

2011 APS DAMOP meeting, Atlanta, GA, June 2011

239. Matthew Ware, "Pair creation rates for one-dimensional fermionic and bosonic vacua"

238. Benjamin T. Shields, "Causality and relativistic localization in 1-d Hamiltoniansi"

ISAAPT spring meeting, Charleston, IL, April, 2, 2011

237. Benjamin T. Shields, "Causality and relativistic localization in 1-d Hamiltonians" (2nd place)

236. Matt Morris, "Time dilation in relativistic two-particle interactions"

235. Benjamin Rogers , "Reconstruction of objects in random media based on their shadow patterns"

234. Brandon Graybeal, "Effect of random noise on bio-optical imaging scheme"

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 15, 2011

233. Benjamin T. Shields, "Causality and relativistic localization in 1-d Hamiltonians"

232. Matt Morris, "Time dilation in relativistic two-particle interactions"

231. Benjamin Rogers, "Reconstruction of objects in random media based on their shadow patterns"

230. Brandon Graybeal, "Effect of random noise on bio-optical imaging scheme"

                  2010

2010 APS Prairie Section meeting, Chicago, IL, November 18-20, 2010

229. Benjamin Rogers, "Principal Component Analysis for decomposition based imaging"

228. Benjamin T. Shields, "Superluminality, causality and locality"

227. Matthew Morris, "Lorentz transformation in relativistic two-particle system"

XVI Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne IL, October 15, 2010

226. Benjamin Rogers, "DBI in longitudinal obstacle arrangements"

225. Benjamin T. Shields, "Superluminality vs causality in quantum mechanics"

224. Matthew Morris, "Einstein's time dilation in relativistic two-particle system"

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, April 16, 2010.

223. Benjamin T. Shields, "Non-causality in Quantum Mechanics"

222. David Wischhusen, "Statistical correlations and significance of student scores"

221. Benjamin Rogers , "Principal Component Analysis for imaging in turbid media"

220. Isaac Goodin, "Experiments with imaging using laser in turbid environment"

219. Matthew Ware , "Computer simulation of boson transmission under a potential barrier"

ISAAPT spring meeting, Carlinville IL, March, 26-27, 2010.

218. Benjamin T. Shields, "Non-causality in Quantum Mechanics" (1st)

217. David Wischhusen, "Statistical correlations and significance of student scores"

216. Benjamin Rogers , "Principal Component Analysis for imaging in turbid media"

215. Isaac Goodin, "Experiments with imaging using laser in turbid environment"

214. Matthew Ware , "Computer simulation of boson transmission under a potential barrier"

                  2009

APS Prairie Section meeting, Iowa City, IA, November 12-14, 2009.

213. Matthew Ware: "The breakdown of one-dimensional fermionic and bosonic vaccua in strong fields"

212. Isaac Goodin and Ben Rogers: "Decomposition based recovery of absorbers in turbid media"

211. David Wischhusen and Isaac Goodin: "Monte Carlo simulations for DBI"

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal IL, April 2009.

210. Isaac Goodin: "Decomposition imaging schemes for light scattering experiments"

209. David Wischhusen: "Monte-Carlo simulations of light in scattering and absorption environments"

208. Emily Gospodarczyk: "Dressed versus bare particles"

ISAAPT spring meeting, Bloomington IL, April 3-4, 2009.

207. Emily Gospodarczyk: "Energy Structure of an Interacting Fermion-Boson System"

206. David Wischhusen: "Computer Simulations of Light Scattering and Absorption in Random Media" (3rd)

205. Isaac Goodin: "Experimental Investigation of the Decomposition Based Imaging Scheme"

                  2008

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, November, 2008.

204. Isaac Goodin: "Experimental investigation of the decomposition based imaging scheme"

203. Eric Meier: "Monte-Carlo simulations for multiple particle creation in supercritical fields"

202. David Wischhusen: "Computer simulations of light scattering and absorption in random media"

201. Emily Gospodarczyk: "Energy structure of an interacting Fermion-Boson system"

ISAAPT spring meeting, Champaign IL, April, 2008.

200. David Wischhusen: "Role of external forces in pair-creation"

199. Nic Chott: "Classical phase space approach to pair-creation"

198. Matthew Norton: "Monte Carlo simulations to optimize portfolios"

197. Timothy Garvin: "Laser beam widening mechanisms in turbid media"

196. Isaac Goodin: "Using shadows in imaging in highly scattering systems"

195. Sebastian Grobe: "Decomposition based imaging to reconstruct objects hidden in scattering media"

194. Sawyer Campbell: "Limitations of decomposition based imaging of longitudinal absorber configurations"

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal IL, March 2008.

193. David Wischhusen: "Role of external forces in pair-creation"

192. Nic Chott: "Classical phase space approach to pair-creation"

191. Matthew Norton: "Monte Carlo simulations to optimize portfolios"

190. Timothy Garvin: "Laser beam widening mechanisms in turbid media"

189. Isaac Goodin: "Using shadows in imaging in highly scattering systems"

188. Sebastian Grobe: "Decomposition based imaging to reconstruct objects hidden in scattering media"

187. Sawyer Campbell: "Limitations of decomposition based imaging of longitudinal absorber configurations"

                  2007

 

" Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, November, 2007.                                           

186. Nic Chott: " Coherence length during matter creation "

185. Sebastian Grobe: " Downstream model of absorptive obstacle in scattering media "

184. David Wischhusen: " Classical studies of electron density "

183. Isaac Goodin: " Experiment of 1d decomposition based imaging "

182. Alison O'Connell: " Monte-Carlo simulation and extrapolation based imaging "

181. Tim Garvin: " Beam narrowing produced by intensity modulation of light "

180. Sawyer Campbell: " Experiment of 2d decomposition based imaging "

 

 

" Undergraduate research symposium", Normal IL, March 2007.                                           

179. Nic Chott: " Phase space density approach to the creation of matter from vacuum "

178. Tony Battaglia: "Extrapolation based imaging in turbid media"

177. Nathan Kidwell: "The interaction of intensity modulated laser light with complex media"

176. Tim Garvin: "Pencil beam propagation and application in image reconstruction"

175. Isaac Goodin: "First experiment of decomposition based imaging in milk"

174. Alison O'Connell: "Monte-Carlo simulation of non-diffusive behavior of light scattering"

173. Sawyer Campbell: "Light distribution along the optical axis in milk water mixtures"

 

ISAAPT spring meeting, Macomb, IL, April, 2007.                                                                

172. Nic Chott: "Phase space density approach to the creation of matter from vacuum"

171. Tony Battaglia: "Extrapolation based imaging in turbid media"

170. Nathan Kidwell: "The interaction of intensity modulated laser light with complex media"

169. Tim Garvin: "Pencil beam propagation and application in image reconstruction"

168. Isaac Goodin: "First experiment of decomposition based imaging in milk"

167. Alison O'Connell: "Monte-Carlo simulation of non-diffusive behavior of light scattering" (2nd place prize)

166. Sawyer Campbell: "Light distribution along the optical axis in milk water mixtures" (3rd place prize)

 

                  2006

 

2006 APS DAMOP meeting, Knoxville, TN, May 2006.                           (invited presentation)

         165. S. Campbell: " Experimental studies of laser light scattering in turbid media "

 

" Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, November, 2006.                                           

164. Tony Battaglia and Nathan Kidwell: " Computer simulation and optimization of the fastest time path problem "

163. Sawyer Campbell: " Experiments of light scattering in milk "

162. Alison O'Connell: " Light scattering based on Monte-Carlo simulations "

161. Nic Chott: " Classical model of the pair creation process "

160. Tim Garvin: " Images reconstruction using transmitted light "

 

 

" Undergraduate research symposium", Normal IL, April 20 2006.                                           

159. Matthew Narter: " Ensemble versus frequency averages for a random scattering medium "

158. Sawyer Campbell: "Experiments of light scattering in milk"

157. Alison O'Connell: "Monte-carlo simulations for light scattering in milk"

156. Nic Chott: "Classical model to understand the pair creation process"

155. Tim Garvin: "Reconstruct embedded images using transmitted light"

 

ISAAPT spring meeting, East Peoria, IL, April 7,8, 2006.                                                                

154. Matthew Narter: "Ensemble versus frequency averages for a random scattering medium" (2nd place prize)

153. Sawyer Campbell: "Experiments of light scattering in milk"

152. Alison O'Connell: "Monte-carlo simulations for light scattering in milk" (3rd place prize)

151. Nic Chott: "Classical model to understand the pair creation process"

150. Tim Garvin: "Reconstruct embedded images using transmitted light"

 

                  2005

 

2005 APS DAMOP meeting, Lincoln, NE, May 2005.                           (invited presentation)

         149. Rebecca Wenning: "Optical characteristics of a turbid medium between two mirrors"

 

"Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, November, 2005.                                          

148. Matthew Narter: "The few scattering event model for light scattering in random media"

147. Rebecca Wenning: "Resonant characters of a turbid medium"

146. Kevin Cooley: "The dynamics of supercritical bound state creation"

145. Sawyer Campbell: "First experiments with laser scattering in milk"

144. Alison O'Connell: "Theoretical understanding of the milk experiments"

 

 

"Undergraduate research symposium", Normal IL, March 24 2005.                                          

143. Kevin Cooley: "Pair creation process in supercritical fields"

142. Kareem Carr: "Understanding non-linear resonances"

141. Matthew Narter: "Ensemble versus frequency averages for a random scattering medium"

140. Sawyer Campbell: "Experimental studies of light scattring in milk"

139. Trisha Blood: "Extended diffusion theory for light scattering in milk"

138. Kimberly Mcgill: "Reconstruct embedded images using reflected and transmitted light"

 

ISAAPT spring meeting, Edwardsville, IL, April 8,9, 2005.                                                               

137. Kevin Cooley: "Pair creation process in supercritical fields"

136. Matthew Narter: "Ensemble versus frequency averages for a random scattering medium" (1st place prize)

135. Sawyer Campbell: "Experimental studies of light scattring in milk"

134. Trisha Blood: "Extended diffusion theory for light scattering in milk"

133. Kimberly Mcgill: "Reconstruct embedded images using reflected and transmitted light"

132. Rebecca Wenning: "Transmission of a turbid medium between mirrors"

 

                  2004

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, October, 2004.

         131. Matthew Narter: "Improvement of the Boltzmann theory"

         130. Sawyer Campbell: "Anisotropy measurements in highly scattering liquids"

         129. Kareem Carr: "The cusp characteristics of a nonlinear resonance"

         128. Kevin Cooley: "The Schwinger limit of the pair production process"

         127. Rebecca Wenning: "Optical characteristics of a turbid medium between mirrors"

         126. Kimberly McGill: "Intensity modulated frequency scanning inversion scheme"

 

2004 APS DAMOP meeting, Tucson, AZ, May 2004.                           (invited presentation)

         125. Matthew Narter: "The relevance of Boltzmann theory for light scattering in random media"

 

"Undergraduate research symposium", Normal IL, March 26 2004.                                          

124. John Henderson: "Cycloatomic Resonances For One And Two Electron Systems"

123. Peter J. Peverly: "Relativistic Ionization Of Helium"

122. Kareem Carr: "Sharp Resonances In Nonlinear Systems"

121. Matthew Narter: "Light Scattering In Random Dielectric Plane Parallel Slabs"

120. Rebecca Wenning : "Image Enhancement Due To Mirror Cavities"

119. Michael S. Bell: "Studying Light Transmission By Scattering And Absorbing Media In The Lab"

118. Kimberly Mcgill: "An Algorithm For Non-Invasive Image Recovery Using Intensity Modulated Infrared Light"

 

ISAAPT spring meeting, Galesburg, IL, April 23, 24, 2004.                                                               

117. Peter J. Peverly: "Electron-electron correlation in relativistic ionization of Helium"

116. Kareem Carr: "Understanding the Universal Profile of Nonlinear Resonance"

115. Matthew Narter: "Computer modeling of light scattering in random media"                     (3rd place prize)

114. Rebecca Wenning: "The coherence and de-coherence in light-mirror system"          (2nd place prize)

113. Michael S. Bell: "Experiments observation of laser light scattering in turbid samples"

112. Kimberly McGill: "Image recovery from turbid media"

 

2003

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, October 26-27, 2003.

         111. Michael Bell: "Experiments with light migration in milk"                                                           

         110. Allen Lewis: "MC simulations of light scattering in heterogeneous  media"

109. Matthew Narter: "Bridging the Maxwell and Boltzmann theories for light migration in random media"

         108. John Henderson: "Computer simulations of cycloatom dynamics"

         107. Kareem Carr: "Relativistic resonance of driven harmonic oscillators"

         106. Peter Peverly: "First results for the relativistic ionization of helium"

 

American Physical Society Annual Meeting, Boulder, CO, May, 2003. (invited presentation)

105. Allen Lewis: "Numerical evidence of dark cone region in light scattering"                   

 

"Undergraduate research symposium", Normal IL, April 2003.                                   

         104. Michael Bell: "Experiments of light scattering in milk ".                                            

         103. Allen Lewis: "Dark cone region observed in two-dimensional light scattering simulations "

102. Matthew Narter: "Transfer matrix theory for random media ".

101. John Henderson: "Mechanics of multiple and fractional resonant cycloatom states "

100. Travis Faust: "Strong field ionization and stabilization of atoms ".

99. Tony Piraino: "Developing the intense laser physics theory unit research center's web site "

 

ISAAPT spring meeting, Galesburg, IL, April, 2003.                                                              

         98. Michael Bell: "Laser propagation in milk"                          

97. Matthew Narter: "Wave theory for light scattering in random media"

         96. Allen Lewis: "Evidence of dark cone in back scattered light off turbid media"            (2nd place prize)

95. John Henderson: "Fractional cycloatom states"                                                                                     (1st place prize)

 

2002

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, October 25-26, 2002.

         94. Tony Piraino: "Science That Clicks: Intense Laser Physics Web Site Development"

         93. Allen Lewis: "Numerical Evidence of Dark Cone Region in Light Scattering"

92. John Henderson: "Fractional Cycloatom Resonances Due to Coulomb Potential"

         91. Michael Bell: "New Light Distribution Reflected off Random Media"

                                                                                                                                            

American Physical Society Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, March, 2002.     (invited presentation)

90. Robert E. Wagner: "Cycloatoms and their radiation properties"                             

 

"Undergraduate research symposium", Normal IL, April 2002.                                                     

         89. Tony Piraino: "Update and Development of the Intense Laser Physics Web Site"

88. Michael Bell: "Unexpected Reduction of Light Reflected from Random Scatterers"

87. Allen Lewis: "Non-Diffusive Light Cone Formation"

86. Joshua Gillespie: "The Diffusion Model of the Cycloatomic Motion"

85. Sarah Radovich: "The Physics of Half Cycloatom Resonances"

 

2001

 

American Physical Society LeRoy Apker Award Presentation, Washington DC, September, 2001.

         84. Robert E. Wagner: "Relativistic Effects in Atoms"                                           (invited presentation)

             

2001 American Physical Society meeting, London, Ontario, Canada, May 2001.      (invited presentation)

         83. Robert E. Wagner: "The Validity of Semiclassical Two-Electron Distribution Functions"         

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, November 9-10, 2001.

         82. Allen Lewis: "Computer Simulations of the Tyndall Effect in Turbid Media"

         81. Shannon M. Mandel: "Electromagnetic Responses for Media with Short and Long Range Interactions"

         80. Michael S. Bell: "Monte-Carlo Simulations of Light Scattering in Heterogeneous Media"

         79. Robert E. Wagner: "Phase Space Averaging Procedure for Electron-Electron Collisions"

 

"Undergraduate research symposium", Normal IL, March 2001.                               

         78. Shannon M. Mandel: "Point Scattering Model for Maxwell Equations"

77. Michael S. Bell: "Two Dimensional Bouncing Photon Model in Heterogeneous Media"

76. Robert E. Wagner: "Classical Simulations of e-e Collisions"

75. Peter J. Peverly: "One-Dimensional Monte-Carlo Simulations of Light Scattering"

74. Alexander Bergquist: "The Tyndall Effect"

 

2000

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne, IL, November 3-4, 2000.

         73. Alexander Bergquist: "Computer Visualization with Vis5d"

         72. Shannon M. Mandel: "Microscopic Modelling of Laser-Random Media Interaction"

         71. Peter J. Peverly: "Direct Comparison of Dirac and Liouville Theories"

         70. Robert E. Wagner: "Quantum Mechanical Cycloatoms?"

 

2000 American Physical Society meeting, Storrs, CT, June 2000.                            (invited presentation)

         69. Peter J. Peverly: "Non-linear dynamics of relativistic particles: How good is the classical phase space approach?"

68. Robert E. Wagner: "Cycloatoms and high order harmonics in moderate intense laser fields"

 

ISAAPT spring meeting, Urbana IL, April 2000.                                                      

         67. Tyson R. Shepherd: "Java and Computer Animated Movies Using the Internet"

         66. Alexander Bergquist: "Stereographic Visualization with Vis5d"

         65. Shannon M. Mandel: "Numerical Simulations of Laser-Tissue Interactions"                       (2nd place prize)

         64. Peter J. Peverly: "Liouville Phase Space Approach"

         63. Robert E. Wagner: "What are Cycloatoms?"                                                        (1st place prize)

 

"Undergraduate research symposium", Normal IL, March 2000.                                                 

         62. Robert E. Wagner: "What are Cycloatoms?"

         61. Peter J. Peverly: "Liouville Phase Space Approach"

         60. Alexander Bergquist: "Stereographic Visualization with Vis5d"

         59. Shannon M. Mandel: "Numerical Simulations of Laser-Tissue Interactions"

         58. Tyson R. Shepherd: "Java and Computer Animated Movies Using the Internet"

 

1999

 

1999 ISU Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, March, 1999                          

57. Tyson R. Shepherd, "3D Animations on the Internet"

56. Robert E. Wagner, "Magnetic Control of Higher-Harmonic Generation"

55. Peter J. Peverly, "Monte-Carlo Simulation of Relativistic Electron Motion"

54. Joshua W. Braun, "Quantum Violation of Newton's First Law"

 

1999 American Physical Society centennial meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 1999     (invited presentation)

53. R.E. Wagner, "High Harmonic Generation in Ionization of Magnetically Dressed Atoms"        

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne , IL, Nov. 5-6, 1999               

52. T. Shepherd, "Data Visualization, 3-D Rendering, and the Web"

51. S.M. Mandel, "Light Scattering in Highly Diffusive Media"

50. P.J. Peverly, "Computer Animated Movies of Cycloatoms"

49. R.E. Wagner, "High Harmonic Generation in Resonant Magnetic Laser Fields"

 

1998

 

1998 ISU Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, March, 1998     

         48. Jennifer R. Csesznegi, "Controlled excitation of selected regions inside dielectric media" (2nd place prize)

         47. Jason C. Csesznegi, "Particle motion in strong magnetic fields"

         46. Brad A. Smetanko, "Counter-natural spreading of electrons"

         45. Joshua W. Braun, "The recovered stabilization in photodetachment"

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne , IL, Nov. 6-7, 1998                                                                                                                                                                  

44. Jennifer R. Csesznegi, "Storage and Recall of Optical Information in Dielectric Media"

43. Joshua W. Braun, "Time Resolved Quantum Zitterbewegung"

42. Radka Bach, "Time-Reversal and the Klein Paradox"

41. Jason C. Csesznegi, "Classical Ensemble Calculations for Electrons in Magnetic Fields"

40. Robert E. Wagner, "High Harmonic Generation in Ionization"

 

1998 SPS Zone Conference, Bloomington, IL, Nov. 20-21, 1998                                     

39. Jennifer Csesznegi, "Storage and Recall of Optical Information in Dielectric Media" (3rd place prize)

38. Joshua W. Braun, "Time Resolved Quantum Zitterbewegung"

37. Radka Bach, "Time-Reversal and the Klein Paradox"                                                     (1st place prize)

36. Jason C. Csesznegi, "Classical Ensemble Calculations for Electrons in Magnetic Fields"

35. Robert E. Wagner, "High Harmonic Generation in Ionization"

 

1997

 

1997 ISU Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, March 21, 1997                    

         34. Jason C. Csesznegi, "Relativistic Coupling of a Two Dimensional Free Fall"

         33. Jennifer R. Csesznegi, "Generation of Laser Fields by Space Dependent Phaseonium"

         32. Benjamin P. Irving, "A Quantum Mechanical Study of the Revivals of Ionization"

         31. Kelly N. Rodeffer, "Stabilization in Intense Laser Fields"

         30. Kress M. Shores, "Close Coupling Study of Photodetachment for Negative Ions"

         29. Brad A. Smetanko, "Electron Position Uncertainty in an Intense Oscillating Electric Field"

 

1997 ISAAPT, Bloomington, IL, April 11-12, 1997                                                                 

         28. Jason C. Csesznegi, "Relativistic Motion of A Particle in the Gravitational Field"

         27. Jennifer R. Csesznegi, "Optical Properties of Coherently Excited Three Level Media" (2nd place prize)

         26. Benjamin P. Irving, "Revivals of Ionization in the Super Strong Field Regime"

         25. Kress M. Shores, "Essential State Analysis of Strong Field Photodetachment"

         24. Brad A. Smetanko, "Electron Wave Packet Spreading in an Intense Radiation Field"

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne , IL, Nov. 7-8, 1997

         23. Joshua W. Braun, "The Revivals of Stabilization in Photodetachment of Negative Ions"

         22. Jason C. Csesznegi, "Coupling of Horizontal and Vertical Motion Due to Relativity"

         21. Jennifer R. Csesznegi, "Recall of Optical Information in Dielectric Media"

         20. Benjamin P. Irving, "Modulation in the Degree of Stabilization for Model Atoms"

         19. Brad A. Smetanko, "Reduction of the Growth Rate of the Quantum Position Variance"

 

National Collegiate Honors Council Conference, Atlanta, GA, Oct. 22-26, 1997             

         18. Jennifer R. Csesznegi, "Unattenuated Laser Pulses in Optical Materials"                          

         17. Brad A. Smetanko, "Subnatural Spreading of Wave Packets"

 

1996

 

1996 ISU Undergraduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL, March 28, 1996                  

16. Chad W. Johnson, "Calculating Ionization Rate for Laser Stabilized Atom"

         15. Benjamin P. Irving, "Visualizing a Quantum Particle via its Phase Space Probability Density"

         14. Kelly N. Rodeffer, "Stabilized Matter in Intense Laser Fields"

 

1996 Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 15-18, 1996                                     (invited presentation)

         13. Ben P. Irving, "Visualizing a Quantum Particle via its Phase Space Probability Density"

 

1996 ISAAPT, Bloomington, IL, Oct. 26, 1996                                                                                              

         12. Jason C. Csesznegi, "Relativistic Effects of a Classical Electron in an Electromagnetic Radiation Pulse"

         11. Jennifer R. Csesznegi, "Propagation of Laser Pulses Pairs in an Off-Resonant Three-Level Medium"

         10. Benjamin P. Irving, "Stabilization and Destabilization of Atoms by Laser Fields"

         9. Kelly N. Rodeffer, "Atomic Stabilization in Intense Laser Fields"

         8. Brad A. Smetanko, "Quantum Mechanical Effects of an Electron in an Ultraintense Electromagnetic Radiation Pulse"

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne , IL, Nov. 1-2, 1996

         7. Jason C. Csesznegi, "Relativistic Effects of a Classical Electron in an Electromagnetic Radiation Pulse"

         6. Jennifer R. Csesznegi, "Propagation of Laser Pulses Pairs in an Off-Resonant Three-Level Medium"

         5. Benjamin P. Irving, "Stabilization and Destabilization of Atoms by Laser Fields"

         4. Kelly N. Rodeffer, "Atomic Stabilization in Intense Laser Fields"

         3. Brad A. Smetanko, "Quantum Mechanical Effects of an Electron in an Ultraintense Electromagnetic Radiation Pulse"

 

1995

 

Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Sci, Eng and Math, Argonne , IL, Nov. 3-4, 1995

         2. Chad W. Johnson, "Matrix Element Calculation for Atomic Stabilization"

                  1. Benjamin P. Irving, "Semi-Classical Phase Space Probability Density"