Thesis Award Participant Submissions 2012

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2012 Thesis Award Winners

  • Leonard Eun - Transverse Single Spin Asymmetries and Cross-Sections for Foward and Mesons at Large in = 200 GeV Collisions at Star  [Thesis]
  • John Koster - Measurement of Transverse Spin Asymmetries in Polarized Proton-Proton Collisions, and the Realization of New Electromagnetic Calorimeters for Forward Physics  [Thesis]

2012 Thesis Award Competition Participants

  • Ramon Cendejas -  Longitudinal Spin Transfer to and Hyperons Produced in Polarized Proton-Proton Collisions at = 200 GeV  [Thesis]
  • Chin-Hao Chen -  Search for jet interactions with quark-gluon plasma  [Thesis]
  • Megan Connors - Direct Photon Tagged Jets in 200 GeV Au+Au Collisions at PHENIX [Thesis]
  • Amaresh Datta - Understanding Hard Interaction in QCD and the Search for the Gluon Spin Contribution to the Spin of the Proton  [Thesis]
  • James Drachenberg -   Forward Di-Hadron Asymmetries from    at = 200 GeV at STAR   [Thesis]
  • Leonard Eun - Transverse Single Spin Asymmetries and Cross-Sections for Foward and Mesons at Large in = 200 GeV Collisions at Star  [Thesis]
  • John Koster - Measurement of Transverse Spin Asymmetries in Polarized Proton-Proton Collisions, and the Realization of New Electromagnetic Calorimeters for Forward Physics  [Thesis]
  • Xiaofeng Luo -  Higher Moments of Event-by-Event Net-proton Multiplicity Distributions in Ultra-relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions [Thesis]
  • Beau Meredith -   A Study of Nuclear Effects using Forward-Rapidity Hadron Production and Di-Hadron Angular Correlations in = 200 GeV D+AU and P+P Collisions with the PHENIX Detector at RHIC  [Thesis]
  • Robert Vertesi -   Exploring Hot, Strongly Interacting Matter with the PHENIX Experiment at RHIC  [Thesis]
  • Hui Wang -  Study of Particle Ratio Fluctuations and Charge Balance Functions at RHIC  [Thesis]
  • Quan Wang - Charge Multiplicity Asymmetry Correlation Study Searching for Local Parity Violation At RHIC For STAR Collaboration  [Thesis]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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