Dr. Cerne studies novel materials using magneto-polarimetry. The undergraduate projects typically involve building electronic, optical, or mechanical systems for improving old or making new measurements. These instruments are then tested and used by the students for measurements. Students also participate in new measurements, which can lead to a senior thesis.
Disciplines: Magneto-polarimetry, Physics
Student Skill-Set Needed: Students should have an interest and motivation to do experimental research.
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: John Cerne