Graduate Students at Work

When graduate students are awarded GSA Travel Grants, what exactly are they doing?  Take a look at some of our graduate students presenting their work at conferences and working in the field.

Spring 2012

Sara Waters presents her work at the 2012 American Physical Society meeting in Boston, MA.

Jon Brown presents his work at the 2012 American Physical Society meeting in Boston, MA.

 

Maureen Moore-Roth was partly funded by a GSA Travel Grant to travel with the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) NMT chapter to the ore districts of northern Chile.

Maureen with the SEG group; the group included students from various school chapters.

Maureen with the rest of the NMT SEG group in northern Chile

Maureen pictured at La Coipa in northern Chile

Maureen pictured at a chalcopyrite ore pile in northern Chile.

Maureen at La Coipa high sulfidation epithermal system core.

 

 

Abiti Adili was partly funded by a GSA Travel Grant to travel to the 9th American Institute of Mathematical Sciences Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications in July 2012 in Orlando, FL.

Adili presented work related to his study of the dynamics of biological systems that are governed by differential equations.

Adili in between sessions at the conference.

 

 

Tyler McCracken was partly funded by the GSA to travel to Amsterdam for the SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation Conference in July 2012. At SPIE, Tyler presented on his work with the MROI, which is also a part of his dissertation.

Tyler is shown here with Dr. Van Romero, Dr. Dan Lopez, and some of Tyler's colleagues from the University of Cambridge-Cavendish Labs.