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Three students win Best Research Presentation Award at American Physical Society March Meeting

Three Augusta University physics students won Best Research Presentation Awards in their respective sections at the annual American Physical Society’s March Meeting in Baltimore.

Alexander Price, Joseph Newman and Curistlee Thornton presented research relating to the interactional behavior of electrons. More information about presented topics can be found here.

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Drs. Trinanjan Datta and Theja DeSilva, associate and assistant professor respectively of the Department of Chemistry and Physics, traveled with students to the meeting.

Every year, the APS March Meeting brings together nearly 10,000 physicists, scientists and students from all over the world to share groundbreaking research from industry, universities and major labs in condensed matter physics and material science.

For more information, visit the American Physical Society website.

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Nick Garrett

Nick Garrett is a communications coordinator in the Division of Communications & Marketing at Augusta University. Contact him at 706-446-4802 or ngarret1@augusta.edu.