PREM Well Represented at CNSM Student Research Symposium

Published October 2, 2023

On September 22, 2023, PREM had 12 abstracts, so we were super well represented. Additionally, 6 of them had co-authorship from our Ohio State University PREM partners!

About CNSM Student Research Symposium

Each fall semester, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (CNSM) provides an opportunity for its students to showcase their collaborative research with California State University Long Beach faculty. CNSM students who are engaged in research are encouraged to participate in the Student Research Symposium by getting an approved abstract from their faculty mentor and making a poster presentation. All students on campus are encouraged to come learn about the research conducted by their fellow students.

The entire CSULB campus community and friends of CSULB are invited to celebrate these students' accomplishments and examine their research.

Event Photos

Below are a few pictures of PREM students in action.

Deanna Diaz and poster
M.S. Physics student Deanna Diaz from Dr. Ojeda-Aristizabal's group discusses CuPc/Graphene/hBN heterostructures
Erin Henkhaus and poster
M.S. Physics student Erin Henkhaus from Dr. Gredig's group discusses copper phthalocyanine thin films.
Jandrie Rodriguez and poster
Physics undergraduate Jandrie Rodriguez from Dr. Gu's group discussing MOKE measurements.
Vincent Lam and poster
M.S. Chemistry student Vincent Lam from Dr. Derakhshan’s group discusses how to synthesize new NaCl type potential spin liquid materials.
Mafuzun Nabi and poster
M.S. physics student Mafuzun Nabi from Dr. Ojeda-Aristizabal's group discusses Dirac excitations in PtTe2.