Ted Mburu, '23 and Matthew Weil, '24 Awarded at National Physics Conference!

By Colleen Countryman, March 8, 2023

Ted, Thy, Drew, and Matt pose for a picture at the poster conference.

From left to right: Ted Mburu, '23, Thy Doan Mai Le, '20, Drew McGee, '23, and Matt Weil, '24, pose for a picture in front of Ted and Matt's posters at the APS Conference. Mikolaj Konieczny, '24 was also in attendance.

Ted Mburu, ’23, and Matthew Weil, ’24, have both received the Best Undergraduate Research Award for their posters presented this week at the American Physical Society March Meeting in Las Vegas, NV.

The APS March Meeting welcomes over 10,000 scholars to celebrate the frontiers of physics. The undergraduate poster session is reviewed by professional physicists in the field.

Ted Mburu presented his research in physics education on “Developing an Interactive Simulation for Non-Inertial Reference Frames” and Matt Weil presented his research in environmental physics on “Contributing to a Greener NY: Analysis of Methane Emissions in NYS.”