Wright Lab would like to congratulate its graduates who walked in the Yale University commencement on May 21, 2018.
Undergraduate class of 2018:
Joseph Balsells, Invariant Correlations on a Sphere (Advisor: George Fleming)
Nathaniel Barbour, Underlying Cause of the Incorrect PSF Photometry Measurements (Advisor: David Rabinowitz / Charles Baltay)
Arina Bykadorova, The PROSPECT Calibration System (Advisor: Karsten Heeger). Bykadorova also was the recipient of the 2018 DeForest Pioneers Prize, awarded to a Yale senior for distinguished creative achievement in physics.
Surya Dutta, Thermal Modeling and Parameter Estimation (Advisor: Reina Maruyama)
Ilana Kaufman (Advisor: David Moore)
Stephen Horvat, Ph.D. ’17, Measurement of the collision energy dependence of jet-quenching signatures of de-confinement at STAR (Advisor: Helen Caines)
Jeremy Cushman, Ph.D. ’18, A search for neutrinoless double-beta decay in tellurium-130 with CUORE (Advisor: Karsten Heeger)
Ariana Hackenburg, Ph.D. ’18, Measurement of a neutrino-induced charged current single neutral pion cross section at MICROBOONE (Advisor: Bonnie Fleming)