Awards for the UofM Students Ahead of American Physics Society (APS) March Meeting

Two UofM Physics graduate students were recognized in March

Liyan JacobDPMS Graduate Student Selected for European School on Magnetism LIYAN JACOBS, a Ph.D. student, was selected to participate in the annual 2022 European School on Magnetism. The event is organized by the European Magnetism Association and is open to young scientists worldwide. The event’s duration is 11 days and lectures and activities focused on applications of magnetism to sustainable development. Liyan was the only participant from the United States. 

DPMS Students Acknowledged at UMRF 5th Anniversary Celebration Graduate students Mason Ruby, Hunter Gore, and Kyle Edwards along with Dr. Firouzeh Sabri attended the 5th Anniversary Celebration of the University of Memphis Research Foundation (UMRF) Ventures Inc. DPMS  students have excelled at providing high-quality customer service based on their dedication and technical expertise.


Abash SharmaABASH SHARMA has been selected as a recipient of the Distinguished Students (DS) award for the March Meeting 2023. He has been invited to attend the Forum on International Physics reception at the March Meeting on Tuesday, March 7th, 6pm, during which time the DS certificate will be awarded.

  • Liyan Jacob has been awarded the APS GMAG (Toepical Group on Magnetism and its Applications) student travel award for her upcoming presentation at APS March Meeting.


Physics Graduate Student Presents Research at Astronomy Conference

Mason RubyCongratulations to Mason Ruby for giving an oral presentation at the 241st meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Seattle, Washington on January 11th, 2023. The title of his talk was: "A Young, AGN-Driven Outflow in the Dual AGN Mrk 266​".