Physics Ph.D. candidate Carlos Cartagena presented the latest results from the Bryn Mawr Plasma Laboratory at the Canadian-American-Mexican Graduate Student Physics Conference, held July 24-27 in Sudbury, Ontario.
Carlos is doing research with Assistant Professor of Physics David Schaffner in the Bryn Mawr Plasma Laboratory. The pair began working on the lab when Schaffner joined Bryn Mawr’s faculty in 2015 and have been running experiments since November of 2018.
Students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences pursue research in graduate programs of international reputation. Bryn Mawr surpasses traditional models of graduate education in its attention to the unique needs of individual students and its commitment to developing a broadly trained community of scholars. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences currently accepts students into Ph.D. programs in Chemistry; Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology; Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies; History of Art; Mathematics; and Physics.