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Principal Investigator

 

Benjamin D. White, Ph.D.


 

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

Current Group Members


  • Alex Mantilla, "Investigating the Thermodynamic and Magnetic Properties of the Systems Ca3Co2-xMnxO6 and Ca3Co2-yZnyO6".
  • Martin Mattes, "Design and Construction of a Cryostat for Low-Temperature Electrical Resistivity Measurements".
  • Mohamed Nawwar, "Effect of La and Ce substitution on the superconducting state of Ba0.6K0.4BiO3".  Research supported by CWU COTS Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Grant.
  • Ryan O'Connor, "One-dimensional magnetism in the compound BaCo2V2O8".

 

                                   

2018 White Research Group: (Left to right), Will Eris, Jani Jesenovec, Robert Zingelman, Adam Wasserstrom, Dr. White, Jeff Carter, and Sam Burggraff.

2019 White Research Group: (Left to right), Ryan O'Connor, Martin Mattes, Mohamed Nawwar, Alex Mantilla, Jeffrey Jensen, and Dr. White.

 


Alumni


  • Jacob Ferong, Physics B.S., 2017.  "Designing a Cryostat for Low Temperature Condensed Matter Experiments".  Research supported by Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium Summer Research Fellowship.
  • Samuel Burggraff, Physics B.S., 2018.  "Critical opalescence in fluid-gas mixtures".
  • Jeff Carter, Physics B.S., 2018.  "Investigation of the system La2-xSrxNiO4+delta via measurements of thermodynamic and transport properties".  Research supported by Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium Summer Research Fellowship.
  • Will Eris, Physics B.S., 2018.  "Synthesis and low-temperature behavior of the strongly-correlated electron compounds La2RuO5 and La4Ru6O19".  Research supported by CWU Office of Undergraduate Research Grant.
  • Jani Jesenovec, Physics B.S., 2018.  "Investigation of the system Ca3Co2-xMnxO6 via measurements of thermodynamic properties".  Research supported by CWU Office of Undergraduate Research Grant.
  • Adam Wasserstrom, Physics B.S., 2018. "Using electrical transport measurements to investigate classical critical behavior in the magnetic phase transition of nickel".  Research supported by CWU Office of Undergraduate Research Grant.
  • Robert Zingelman, Physics B.S., 2018.  "Design and Construction of a Cryogenic System for Electrical Resistivity Measurements as a Function of Temperature".  Research supported by SOLVER Scholars Program.
  • Jeffrey Jensen, Physics B.S., 2019.  "Synthesis of the strongly-correlated electron compounds La2RuO5 and La4Ru6O19". 

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