New Jersey Space Grant Consortium (NJSGC) Summer Research Program

New Jersey Space Grant Consortium (NJSGC) Summer Research Program offers students an opportunity to pursue research with faculty advisors through a cooperative agreement between NJIT and Ramapo College of New Jersey. The NJSGC supports Ramapo College students to conduct research with NJIT faculty over the Summer months. For this 10 week program, which is financially supported by NASA, students engage in Applied Physics research which is related to NASA's mission and interests. For more information. please contact John Federici, Distinguished Professor, Physics Department at john.f.federici@njit.edu or Dale Gary, Distinguished Professor, Physics Department at dale.e.gary@njit.edu.

 

2016 NJSGC Summer Research Students:

Alex Clark (Engineering Physics – Ramapo College)
Research: Integration and Optimization of Electronic Circuits and Devices into 3d Printed Structures
Faculty Advisor: John Federici, Department of Physics

Lindsey Gray (Engineering Physics – Ramapo College)
Research: Observing solar flares at radio wavelengths
Faculty Advisor: Bin Chen, Department of Physics

Patrick Rehain (Engineering Physics – Ramapo College)
Research: Protein Folding using the GROMACS Molecular Dynamics SoftwareFaculty
Advisor: Cristiano Dias, Department of Physics