Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physical Sciences

WoPhyS 2016 Conference

 

WoPhyS 2016 - Eighth Annual Conference

"Be Like Jill"

Thursday, Oct. 27 - Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016

 

Check out the WoPhyS 2016 Pictures!

 

Announcement (October-28-2016):

Here are the winners of the Best Poster Award:

  • Juliana Herran (University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls): "Effects of Pressure and Strain on Spin Polarization of IrMnSb"
  • Madelyn Leembruggen (University of Cincinnati): "Collapse of Axion Stars"
  • Rachel Lukowicz (Doane University, Crete, Ne): "A Colorimetric Sensor Array for the Identification and Quantification of Analytes"
  • Elizabeth Laskowski and Brianna Shoulak (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire): "Tuning Smart Properties of MPEG-BLOCK-PDMAEMA through Polymer Composition"
  • Sang Jennifer Ngo (California State University-Long Beach): "Novel Technique of Changing Porosity in Three-Dimensional Printing Bone Structure and its Biocompatibility to Osteoblast Cells"

Congratulations!

 

Announcement (August-11-2016):

List of Confirmed Speakers:

1) Gretchen Campbell, University of Maryland

2) Sarah Demers, Yale University

3) Joan Dreiling, National Institute of Standards and Technology

4) Rui He, University of Northern Iowa

5) Lucie B. Johannes, Johnson Space Center, NASA

6) Gabriella Jordan, Handel Group

7) Rebecca Lai, UNL

8) Anne Marie March, Argonne National Laboratory

9) Tiffany Santos, HGST (A Western Digital Company)

10) Sally Seidel, University of New Mexico

11) Christina Wilson, Doane University

 

Announcement (July-18-2016):

Registration is now open!!!

 

Announcement (June-8-2016):

This years conference will be held on October 27-29, 2016. Please check our web page regularly for updates.

WoPhyS 2015 pictures!!!

Co-Sponsored by

Materials Research Science and Engineering Center

Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (Nebraska MRSEC)

Nebraska EPSCoR

Nebraska-Kansas EPSCoR Consortium

Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience
Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience

UNL

Office of Research and Economic Development
College of Arts & Sciences Dean's office