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James Minock

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Goldwater Scholar, 2019-20

BS Physics ‘20, Honors

James is a fourth year physics student minoring in computer science. James began research in the STAR Scholars Program with Professor Michelle Dolinski for the Precision Oscillation and Spectrum Experiment (PROSPECT) Collaboration. He worked on optimizing detector design. For his first and second coops, James continued work with PROSPECT. His research work includes: development of computational analysis methods, data analysis of background signals, and assembly of detector components at Yale University. For his third coop, James will be an application developer for University of Pennsylvania's Center for Biomedical Image Computing and Analytics working with their Cancer Imaging Phenomics Toolkit. James plans to pursue a PhD in physics, focusing with research in experimental neutrino physics.

Last updated: April 2019