Three of our graduate students, Sunethra Dayavansha, Ukesh Koju and Somayeh Taghizadeh will give talks on their research in the UM Department of Physics colloquium on Februrary 14. Sunethra will talk about her work on micellar fluids, Ukesh will talk about his work on metamaterials and Somayeh will talk about her worn on development of tissue-mimicking phantoms.
Somayeh Taghizadeh and Sunethra Dayavansha participated in the University of Mississippi 3 Minute Thesis talks. Somayeh and Somayeh gave condensed talks about their research. Somayeh works on tissue phantom development and Sunethra works on shear wave studies.
The National Center for Physical Acoustics, where our Ultrasonics Laboratory is located, celebrated its 30th anniversay on Friday October 14. To celebrate this remarkable milestone, an open house was held at NCPA with tours of the lab and acoustic demos. The Ultrasonics group put on two demos, the flame tube and the acoustic fountain.
Here, Cecille Labuda demonstrates standing waves on a flame tube.
Ukesh Koju demonstrates the acoustic fountain using a high intensity focused ultrasound transducer.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the National Center for Physical Acoustics, a luncheon followed by an open house will be held this Friday October 14. Acoustics demos will be put on by various research groups during the open house. The Ultrasonics group will put on several demos including the acoustic fountain, Rijke tube and flame tube. All are invited to attend. A description of the event can be found here.
Sunethra Dayavansha, Ukesh Koju and Somayeh Taghizadeh gave talks in the PGSA Symposium held in Lewis Hall at the University of Mississippi. The students reported on their recent research.
Sunethra discussed shear waves in micellar fluids, Ukesh discussed metamaterials and Somayeh discussed development of brain tissue-mimicking phantoms. The symposium was organized by the Physics Graduate Student Association.