Physics, College of Arts and Sciences
San Jose, California
University of California, Los Angeles
My current research focuses on computer-aided simulation and fabrication of low frequency rf structures and longitudinal beam dynamics at the Indiana University Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter. My research will extend to barrier bucket rf systems, Touschek scattering as pertaining to the lifetime of electron beams in storage rings, and novel sources of x-rays via inverse-Compton scattering at the Indiana University Advanced Electron and Photon Facility.
The Best Thing About Being a Graduate Student at IUB:
Working at a world class accelerator physics facility along side scientists who have revolutionized particle accelerators for use in cancer therapy and radiation effects testing.
Insider tip about living in Bloomington:
It’s hard to miss the beauty of nature while in Indiana. With countless trails and backwoods to explore, one can simply travel 20 minutes out of town and momentarily break from the hectic daily grind of graduate life. Furthermore, autumns are so beautiful in Indiana that various counties will hold competitions and festivals in celebration. Join the festivities!