NSF-REU in Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kentucky
This REU program focuses around individual mentored research projects in nuclear physics, condensed matter physics, and astronomy, related through the central theme of symmetry, tailored for accessibility to 2nd and 3rd year undergraduates. You will join the research program of a faculty mentor funded by NSF, DOE, or NASA, working along-side graduate students and postdocs in the lab, interacting regularly with your mentor to produce publishable results in these areas at the frontiers of physics and astronomy.The program includes professional development through a series of seminars and workshops, and specific technical training in computation and data analysis. Students will present results at a local poster session and be encouraged to present at national conferences. The progra
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