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GC Students Secure Competitive Science Research Internships

GC Students Secure Competitive Science Research Internships

Elle Shaw (far right), a physics and math student from Greenville, IL, and an admissions ambassador was accepted to a National Science Foundation-sponsored summer research program at the nation’s premier condensed matter physics group at the University of Illinois. This group is credited with inventing both transistors and superconductors. Elle will be working on cutting-edge superconductivity research. 

Shuto Osawa (far left), an international student from Japan, was accepted to an internship at the world’s leading Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI) in Vienna, Austria. The group was the first in achieving quantum cryptography and also the first in achieving quantum teleportation. They are considered the world’s foremost group in quantum information science. 

Read about GC's Summer Research Experience, which prepares students like Elle and Shuto to engage in cutting-edge research, and learn how professors like Dr. Hyung Choi are extending GC's heritage of physics exploration and innovation.


 

This story was published on July 14, 2016




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