PhD. Theses

PhD. Theses 2023

Emilie R. Storer

From Raw Data to Cosmology with the Atacama Cosmology Telescope

Alexander A. Pandya Toward astrophysics applications of causal, stable relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics
Brad Bachu Applications of On-Shell Techniques to the Standard Model and Beyond
Diana S. Valverde Mendez Exploring the dynamic 3D world inside bacteria with advanced optical microscopy
Gelareh Farahi Probing Spontaneous Symmetry-Breaking in Graphene Quantum Hall Wavefunctions with a Scanning Tunneling Microscope
Kevin P. Nuckolls Electronic Correlations, Topology, and Unconventional Superconductivity in Twisted Bilayer Graphene
Artem Denisov Control and Dispersive Readout of Si/SiGe Quantum Dots Using Atomic Force Microscopy
Xuanzi Zhang Towards Enhanced Strong-Coupling in Quantum Dot Circuit QED using High-impedance Superconducting Resonators 
Sara Sussman Quantum Computing with an Open Source Qubit Controller
Yuwen Hu Probing topological excitations with a scanning tunneling microscope: from Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states to fractional quantum Hall states
Pranay Gorantla Quantum Field Theory, Exotic Symmetries, and Fractons
Yiming Chen Aspects of Wormholes in Quantum Gravity  
Lysander Christakis Microscopy of quantum correlations in an ultracold molecular gas
Zhaoqi Leng Learn to Control Transmon Qubits Through Optimization
Aaron Hillman On the Infrared and Ultraviolet Behavior of Scattering Amplitudes and Wavefunctions
Jung Pyo Hong Symmetry Resolved Local Density Spectroscopy: Application to Twisted Bilayer Graphene
Caroline Holmes Optimality in Sensing and Prediction
Gage DeZoort

Search For a Pseudoscalar Higgs Boson

Nikolay Sukhov Explorations of Boson Stars
Jim Wu

Emergence of Ecological and Evolutionary Patterns in Noisy Complex Ecosystem Models

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