Physics at Virginia

Loomis and Popovic Win Presidential Research Poster Competition

Tuesday, May 8 2012

From UVaToday:

"University of Virginia student researchers offered unique perspectives on the physical, legal and political worlds Friday as they presented their findings in the second annual Presidential Research Poster Competition at the Rotunda. ... The competition was divided into six categories, which were again subdivided among undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral fellows. Teams of judges roamed the room, talking to presenters and assessing their projects. University President Teresa A. Sullivan handed out ribbons to the winners in each category.

Physical and Environmental Sciences
o Undergraduate student: Ryan A. Loomis, 'Broadband Reaction Screening for Interstellar Chemistry'

Translational and Applied Research
o Graduate student: Kosta Popovic, 'Development of an Integrated Multimodal Imaging System for Surgical Guidance'"

Full story: http://www.virginia.edu/uvatoday/newsRelease.php?id=18370