Growth Rates of Self Assembling Systems
by Jon delíEtoile
Supervisor: Jeremy Schmit, Associate Professor of Physics
Welcome to my summer 2015 physics REU website.† Below are links to pages that outline various aspects of my project and general experience during this program.
Project Overview† - Overview of project and research logs about different portions of the project
Results & Simulations - Visualization of simulations and results. Final presentation can be found here as well
About Me & REU Fun - Social side of the REU
Note to future applicants:† This REU was a phenomenal experience and has motivated me to pursue Theoretical Biophysics for graduate school. I was able to work in a graduate level environment on a challenging and rewarding project. From this experience you will gain invaluable skills and contacts. I gained insight and skills in the field of theoretical biophysics research and found it to be very exciting. Every day posed a new challenge that I looked forward to figuring out. Outside of the research it offers an invaluable expansion of your professional network. All the advisors were friendly and approachable. Also the other REU students quickly become old friends who you explore the town with. Itís a great opportunity to grow yourself as a scientist, extent your network and meet other like-minded peers.
This program is funded by the National Science Foundation through grant number PHYS-1461251. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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