Members of the Strongly Correlated Electron Laboratory at California State University-Fresno (photo taken on 5/25/2017). From left to right: Dr. Pei-Chun Ho, Shoji Hishida, Patrick Kelly, Patrick Talbot, and Jesus Velasquez.
Research projects provide training to undergraduate and MS-program students to gain hands-on experience and systematic approaches to solving scientific problems at the early stage of their academic life.
- The undergraduate Ryan Fukuda prepared sample for muSR measurements at TRUIMF by varnishing single crystals of Pr0.75Nd0.25 Os4Sb12 on a silver plate.
- The undergraduate Maya Castraw de la Torre prepared solvents for nanoparticle synthesis at Strongly Correlated Electron Laboratory.
- Undergraduates Nick Soliz (front) and Ryan Fukuda worked on single crystal growth of the filled skutterudite compounds with the PI at a collaborator's sample preparation facility.
- The PI Pei-Chun Ho and three undergraduates Felipe Vargas, Ryan Fukuda, and Taylor McCullough-Hunter attended 2014 APS March Meeting.
- Students from the PI's research group assisted kids and parents performing demonstration kits in the "Hands-On Fun with Physics" program. Undergraduate Maya Castrow de la Torre (front) assisted in the pressure demo by flipping a half-filled water cup. Undergraduate Taylor McCullough-Hunter (back) showed a periscope.