UNB Students Recognized at Canadian Association of Physicist Conference

Author: Kyle

Posted on Jul 9, 2018

Category: Student Stories

Two UNB graduate students working with the Department of Physics have recently been recognized for their work at the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Student Presentation Competition, which took place on the University of Dalhousie's Halifax campus earlier this summer.

Amy-Rae Gauthier, pictured in the first row and third from the left, took home first place at the annual competition for after delivering her presentation on imaging velocity of turbulent flows in MRI which she works on with Dr. Ben Newling on the Fredericton campus.

Also recognized from UNB was Jordan Grattan, pictured in the second row and third from the right, who took first place in the division of Atmospheric and Space Research student poster competition.

Jordan works alongside Dr. William Ward on the Fredericton campus on research which helps to identify the temperature and pressure sensitivity of measurements made with the MIADI Michelson Interferometer.

From all of us here at the Grad School, congratulations to both students!