Nazanin Omidi and Sunethra Dayavansha gave a tak on kinetic and potential energy in the Girls STEM Camp held in the School of Engineering at the University of Mississippi. The camp is held annually for girls in grades 6 - 8 and is run by Tiffany Gray.
Nazanin Omidi successfully defended her MS thesis on Computation of Ultrasonics Fields in Feline Brain. Nazanin was advised by Charles C. Church and Cecille Labuda and Joel Mobley was one her thesis committee. She recently gave a talk on her thesis research at the Acoustical Society of America meeting in Utah.
Cecille Labuda gave an introduction to waves at the "Waves, Here, There and Everywhere" workshop for teachers. The workshop was organized by UM Physics LIGO group in collaboration with the UM Center for Math education. The workshop concludes with a tour of the National Center for Physical Acoustics.
Sunethra Dayanvansha successfully defended her PhD prospectus on June 1. She will study the propagation of acoustic waves through micellar fluids.