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1 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting1 IMMERSE 2014 Kick-off Meeting April 16, 2014 CB254 Brigham Young University

2 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting2 IMMERSE 2014 STUDENTS

3 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting3 TECHNICAL SUBGROUPS IMMERSE Hawkins (9) Coordinator: Jaffrey Ravert Team: Roger Chu Trevor Decker Matthew Hamblin Erik Hamilton Jacob Johnson Jeffrey Ravert Justin Sorensen Carlos Vilorio Alan Weinert Schultz Mazzeo (11)Schultz (4)Wirthlin (12) Coordinator: Ammon Gruwell Team: Matthew Cannon Kyle Davidson Ammon Gruwell Yazan Halawa Adam Hastings Luke Hsiao Brittany Irizarry Jay Lee Alex Lin Luke Newmeyer Thomas Townsend Coordinator: Katy Dallon Team: Jared Baxter Danilo Bustamante Derek Clement Andrew Cutler Josh Flygare Nathaniel Gates William Lange Jake Larsen Scott Sedgwick John Vogel Coordinator: LeGrand Shumway Team: Chad Josephson Rex King Reid Worthen

4 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting4 BROADER IMPACTS PROJECTS IMMERSE Outreach (13) Websites/ Tutorials (9) Team Alex Lin Carlos Vilorio Danilo Bustamante Derek Clement Jake Larsen Jared Baxter Jeff Ravert John Vogel LeGrand Shumway Luke Hsiao Reid Worthen Roger Chu Thomas Townsend CHIP CAMP (13) Team Jacob Johnson Adam Hastings Brittany Irizarry Chad Josephson Josh Flygare Justin Sorensen Katy Dallon Kyle Davidson Matthew Cannon Matthew Hamblin Nathaniel Gates Trevor Decker Yazan Halawa Team Alan Weinert Ammon Gruwell Andrew Cutler Erik Hamilton Jay Lee Luke Newmeyer Rex King Scott Sedgwick William Lange

5 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting5 OUTREACH Specific Topics 1)Conduct lab interactions with SOAR students. These can include lab tours, displays, use of microscopes, posters 2)Fix and improve existing wall mounted displays 3)Organize and conduct New Student Orientation 4)DEMOs documentation (Including website)

6 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting6 CHIP CAMP CHIP CAMP – a)Build equipment for experiments b)Organize and plan c)Buy supplies d)Supervise students during camp

7 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting7 WEBSITES / TUTORIALS Hawkins Website www.et.byu.edu/faculty/ahawkinswww.et.byu.edu/faculty/ahawkins 1)Update present and past student bios 2)Update publications and “news” items IMMERSE Website (http://immerse.byu.edu)http://immerse.byu.edu 1)Update research projects 2)Update alumni bios 3)Take photos 4)Clarify what IMMERSE is and how to apply – possibly change application deadline Configurable Computer Laboratory (CCL) Webpage (http://splish.ee.byu.edu/)http://splish.ee.byu.edu/ 1)Update content, refresh look and feel Schultz Website 1)Update content, refresh look and feel Mazzeo Website (http://elm.groups.et.byu.net/) 1)Update content, refresh look and feel 2)Update news items/student information

8 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting8 MEETING STRUCTURE Weekly IMMERSE Meeting – Entire Group Bring Up Common Problems and Concerns Student Presentations on Projects Led by Faculty Members Weekly Project Meetings – Sub Groups Correlate Weekly Goals and Strategy Report Results Coordinator Gathers Reports and Tracks Results Faculty Member Present Weekly Broader Impact Meetings – Sub Groups Correlate Weekly Goals and Strategy Report Results Faculty Member Present

9 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting9 TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS Week ofTopicPresenter April 30How to Give a Presentation; Hawkins Student Presentation May 7Research ProcessMazzeo Student Presentation May 14NetworkingWirthlin Student Presentation May 21Writing a PaperHawkins Student Presentation

10 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting10 JARED BAXTER Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Fix and improve existing wall mounted displays 2)Work with New Student Orientation Research Responsibility: Impedance spectroscopy for concrete cover assessment on bridge decks 1.Fabrication and validation of probes deployable for studies on bridge decks. Mentors: Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Ready probes for deployment for our currently scheduled field test in Wendover.

11 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting11 DANILO BUSTAMANTE Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Work to prepare for and execute SOAR outreach this summer. Research Responsibility: Modeling of battery electrode film microstructure 1.Segmentation of FIB/SEM images. 2.3D modeling of descriptors related to electrode morphology. Mentors: Chien-Wei Chao/Dr. Wheeler/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Start putting together an image analysis framework for segmentation of images.

12 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting12 MATTHEW CANNON Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Chip Camp Research Responsibility: Virtex 7 Multi-Giga Bit Transceiver Testing and Radiation Testing 1.Develop, test, and prepare MGT radiation test 2.Conduct radiation testing on MGTs (Possible Tests: Vancouver, Los Alamos, Sweden) Goals for First 2 Weeks: Setup computer, complete lab “new RA to do list”, learn about MGTs, install software and HDL code for scrubber Faculty Advisor: Prof. Wirthlin Mentor: Alex Harding/Aaron Stoddard

13 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting13 DEREK CLEMENT Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Work with New Student Orientation 2)Work with SOAR Research Responsibility: Fabrication of N-line probes for interrogation of battery films 1.Optimization of metal electrodepostion process through current-controlled electrochemistry. 2.Modification of probe structure for ionic conductivity measurements. Mentors: Andrew Cutler/Dr. Wheeler/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Optimize parameters for uniform deposition of copper in current probe geometry.

14 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting14 ANDREW CUTLER Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Update Mazzeo website with all current group members. 2)Include new section of website focused on battery diagnostic research. Research Responsibility: Fabrication of N-line probes for interrogation of battery films 1.Modification of probe structure for ionic conductivity measurements. 2.Vacuum system for attachment of probes to XYZ stage. 3.Mask design for new probes Mentors: Dr. Wheeler/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Make sure that all process conditions established by Bryson are documented before he leaves.

15 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting15 KATY DALLON Broader Impact Assignment: 1)CHIP CAMP Research Responsibility: Proteins and electric fields 1.Preparation of substrates and experiments to test hypotheses related to electric fields and proteins. Mentors: Ben Tsai/Dr. Nordin/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Assist Ben with initial experiments to get data for subsequent signal processing of PMT signals.

16 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting16 KYLE DAVIDSON Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Outreach Faculty Advisor: Prof. Wirthlin Mentor: Alex Wilson Research Responsibility: CHREC Space Processor (CSP) Logging and Kernel Drivers 1.Create linux device drivers CSP WatchDog and Memory ECC 2.Create custom data logging applications on CSP Goals for First 2 Weeks: Setup computer, complete lab “new RA to do list”, begin linux device driver reading, complete tutorial on linux, CSPbuild process

17 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting17 JOSH FLYGARE Broader Impact Assignment: 1)CHIP CAMP Research Responsibility: Simulation of N-line probe geometry for electrical/ionic characterization of battery films 1.Change simulation code to match new mask design for smaller probe geometry 2.Update shape factors for this new probe arrangement. Mentors: Dr. Wheeler/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Establish procedure for convergence in COMSOL – document your procedure so that others following can run similar simulations.

18 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting18 NATHANIEL GATES Broader Impact Assignment: 1)CHIP CAMP Research Responsibility: Automation of probe movements and design of new ionic conductivity experiments 1.Perform experiments using redox shuttle for ionic measurements. 2.Update control codes to perform ionic conductivity experiments. Mentors: Dr. Wheeler/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Perform preliminary tests using ferrocene compounds to determine redox shuttle activation.

19 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting19 AMMON GRUWELL Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Website/Tutorials Research Responsibility: Virtex 7/ZYNQ Scrubbing and Radiation Testing Support 1.Kintex7 Scrubber Development and Testing 2.FPGA Radiation testing with Scrubber Goals for First 2 Weeks: Setup computer, complete lab “new RA to do list”, learn about Kintex7 scrubber, install software and HDL code for scrubber Faculty Advisor: Prof. Wirthlin Mentor: Aaron Stoddard

20 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting20 ADAM HASTINGS Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Chip Camp Research Responsibility: A. Effects and applications of short-circuits in FPGA designs B. Using BYU's Rapidsmith bitstream manipulation tools, alter FPGA designs to include short-circuits. Applications include power side-channel manipulation and FPGA operation disruption. C. Situate in configurable computing lab, complete necessary safety/departmental training, familiarize with project, complete tutorials/familiarize with necessary software and hardware tools. Faculty Advisor: Prof. Hutchings Mentor: Bobby Hales Goals for First 2 Weeks:

21 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting21 BRITTANY IRIZARRY Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Chip Camp Faculty Advisor: Prof. Wirthlin Mentor: Alex Wilson Goals for First 2 Weeks * : Catch-up on progress of BOA board architecture, update software/HW image on computer, and review latest software drivers and code. Research Responsibility: BYU Object Avoidance (BOA) Software Device Drivers 1.Create new software drivers for BOAv2 2.Learn how to write Linux device drivers 3.Test and document BOAv2 device drivers (* When back from China)

22 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting22 YAZAN HALAWA Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Chip Camp Research Responsibility: Converting RapidSmith Subsite Information to EDIF RapidSmith is a software infrastructure for creating and modifying hardware designs targeting Xilinx FPGAs. Currently, the FPGA building blocks, called Basic Elements of Logic (BELs), and their connectivity is embedded as string attributes in a higher level of hierarchy called a site. This project will focus on interpreting the string representations of the BELs and expressing them in EDIF. Faculty Advisor: Prof. Nelson Mentor: Travis Haroldsen Goals for First 2 Weeks: Task 1 - Familiarization with the Xilinx Vivado FPGA CAD suite : a) Create a simple design in Xilinx Vivado b) Export an EDIF representation of the circuit from Vivado c) Import the exported EDIF representation back into Vivado Task 2 - Familiarization with Xilinx ISE CAD suite and RapidSmith : a) Recreate the design from task 1 in Xilinx ISE b) Import the design into RapidSmith c) Export the design from RapidSmith and reload it into Xilinx ISE

23 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting23 LUKE HSIAO Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Outreach Research Responsibility: FPGA Fault-Injection Infrastructure and Experiments 1.(primary) Assist validation of the VQ5V Fault Injection Infrastructure 2.(secondary) Perform fault injection experiments on FPGA Soft-Processor Cores Goals for First 2 Weeks: Setup computer, complete lab “new RA to do list”, learn about Fault Injection system, install software and HDL code for fault injector Faculty Advisor: Prof. Wirthlin Mentor: Nathan Harward

24 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting24 WILLIAM LANGE Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Update website to include battery research highlights and components. Research Responsibility: Modeling of battery electrode film microstructure 1.Segmentation of FIB/SEM images. 2.3D modeling of descriptors related to electrode morphology. Mentors: Chien-Wei Chao/Dr. Wheeler/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Start putting together an image analysis framework for segmentation of images.

25 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting25 JAKE LARSEN Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Update displays and apparatus for New Student Orientation and SOAR. Research Responsibility: Impact-echo determination of delaminations in concrete 1.Construction of acoustic apparatus for deployment in the field. 2.Interpretation framework for classifying responses as intact/delaminated. Mentors: Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Read our recent papers on impact-echo. Conduct initial experiments using ultrasonic microphone and perform spectrogram analysis of the signals.

26 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting26 JAEHUN (JAY) LEE Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Chip Camp Research Responsibility: Soft-Processor Core Testing and Fault Injection 1.Develop soft-processor core benchmarks 2.Perform benchmarks on existing soft-processor library Goals for First 2 Weeks: Setup computer, complete lab “new RA to do list”, microblaze tutorials, prepare and run 1 microblaze benchmark Faculty Advisor: Prof. Wirthlin Mentor: Michael Gardiner

27 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting27 ALEX LIN Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Outreach Faculty Advisor: Prof. Wirthlin Mentor: Alex Wilson Research Responsibility: BYU Object Avoidance (BOA) Linux Device Driver Development 1.Create linux device drivers for BOA low-level hardware interfaces 2.Create custom linux kernels/images for BOA Goals for First 2 Weeks: Setup computer, complete lab “new RA to do list”, begin linux device driver reading, complete tutorial on linux, MicroZed build process

28 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting28 LUKE NEWMEYER Broader Impact Assignment: 1)CCL Website and Tutorials Faculty Advisor: Prof. Wilde/Prof. Wirthlin Mentor: Matthew Bohman Goals for First 2 Weeks: Finalize specifications of new BOA board, provide list of questions that must be resolved before BOA schematic design, and review existing HDL firmware of BOA 1.0 board Research Responsibility: BYU Object Avoidance (BOA) Board Schematic Design, Manufacture, and Testing 1.Create new circuit board schematic based on updated specifications 2.Manufacture, assemble, and test new BOA boards 3.Update HDL firmware for new BOA boards

29 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting29 THOMAS TOWNSEND Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Outreach Faculty Advisor: Prof. Nelson Mentor: Travis Haroldsen Research Responsibility: A GUI-based Sub-site Routing Extraction Tool for Vivado B1-Vivado group is on the cutting edge of CAD tool creation for Xilinx FPGAs. This project will focus on extracting vital device information from Xilinx's new design suite (Vivado), to create a framework for the creation of custom CAD tools that target 7 Series FPGAs and beyond. Specifically, this project involves the creation of a GUI-based tool in Java that will allow researchers to easily generate a site's physical routing information, which will then be imported into BYU's exsiting RapidSmith CAD tool framework. Goals for First 2 Weeks: Set up your workstation, Generate a bitstream for a design using ISE, Generate a bitstream for a design using Vivado, Generate an XDLRC file from ISE, Generate an XDLRC file from Vivado (Tincr), Create a valid design using RapidSmith, Write a script for Vivado that reports the resource usage of a placed and routed design

30 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting30 ROGER CHU Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Fix and improve existing wall mounted displays 2)Organize and conduct New Student Orientation 3)DEMOs documentation (Including website) Research Responsibility: Hollow Core Waveguides for guiding in liquids 1.(primary) Assist with fabrication of ARROW chips for liquid core sensors 2.(secondary) Investigate the effects of age, moisture, and etching processes on the optical guiding of waveguides Mentors: Matt Stott and Tom Wall Goals for First 2 Weeks: Complete basic cleanroom training and gain cleanroom access, Learn how to do thin film deposition and fabricate ARROWs, Complete first solo fabrication steps

31 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting31 TREVOR DECKER Broader Impact Assignment: Chip Camp Co-Chair (50% of time dedicated to Chip Camp) a)Visit Micron in Boise to learn Chip Camp modules b)Build equipment for experiments c)Organize and plan d)Buy supplies e)Supervise students during camp Research Responsibility: Hollow Core Waveguides for air cores 1.Assist with ARROW chip production 2.Test optical characteristics of waveguides using scattering waveguide method 3.Assist with fabrication and testing of “minicells” for atomic spectroscopy Mentors: Matthieu Girard-Carrier and Cameron Hill Goals for First 2 Weeks: Complete basic cleanroom training and gain cleanroom access, Learn how to do thin film deposition and fabricate ARROWs, Complete first solo fabrication steps, Outline Chip Camp activities, identified all supplies and equipment needed

32 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting32 MATTHEW HAMBLIN Broader Impact Assignment: Research Responsibility: Assist with the Solid-State Ion Detector 1)Fabricate low capacitance MOSFETs in Cleanroom 2)Assist with assembly and testing of PCB boards containing SSID circuitry 3)Learn to wirebond chips to PCB boards Mentor: Sanjiv Pant Goals for First 2 Weeks: Complete basic cleanroom training and gain cleanroom access, Learn how to make low capacitance MOSFETs, Complete first solo fabrication steps in cleanroom, assemble first PCB CHIP CAMP – a)Build equipment for experiments – especially microprocessor module b)Organize and plan c)Buy supplies d)Supervise students during camp

33 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting33 ERIK HAMILTON Broader Impact Assignment: Hawkins Website www.et.byu.edu/faculty/ahawkinswww.et.byu.edu/faculty/ahawkins 1)Update present and past student bios 2)Update publications and “news” items IMMERSE Website (http://immerse.byu.edu)http://immerse.byu.edu 1)Update research projects 2)Update alumni bios Research Responsibility: Hollow Core Waveguides for guiding in liquids 1.(primary) Assist with fabrication of ARROW chips for liquid core sensors 2.(secondary) Investigate the effects of age, moisture, and etching processes on the optical guiding of waveguides 3.Assist with powder-based solar cell project Mentors: Matt Stott and Tom Wall Goals for First 2 Weeks: Complete basic cleanroom training and gain cleanroom access, Learn how to do thin film deposition and fabricate ARROWs, Complete first solo fabrication steps, Update new and old members on Hawkins Website

34 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting34 JACOB JOHNSON Public Relations Assignment: Research Responsibility: Construct nanofluidic chips 1)Create high yield chips with dual nanopores 2)Create high yield chips with electrically adjustable double layers 3)Assist with the construction of filtering chips Mentors: John Stout and Jeff Ravert Goals for First 2 Weeks: Complete basic cleanroom training and gain cleanroom access, Learn how to do thin film deposition and etching, Complete first solo fabrication steps, Outline Chip Camp activities, identified all supplies and equipment needed Chip Camp Co-Chair (50% of time dedicated to Chip Camp) a)Visit Micron in Boise to learn Chip Camp modules b)Build equipment for experiments c)Organize and plan d)Buy supplies e)Supervise students during camp

35 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting35 CHAD JOSEPHSON Broader Impacts Assignment: Chip Camp Research Responsibility: Side polished fibers 1.Develop method to produce side polished panda fiber 2.SCOS development Mentors: Rex King Goals for First 2 Weeks: Get cleanroom access, learn how to polish and connectorize optical fiber

36 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting36 REX KING Broader Impact Assignment: Websites 1)Photonics Website www.cleanroom.byu 1) Fusion splicing and connectorizing documentation 2) Produce a list of possible additions (calculators, tutorials) 3) Check for bad links 2)Schultz Website http://ece.byu.edu/faculty/schultzhttp://ece.byu.edu/faculty/schultz Research Responsibility: Side polished fibers 1.Develop method to produce side polished panda fiber 2.Push pull SCOS development

37 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting37 JEFFREY RAVERT Mentoring: Jacob Johnson Goals for First 2 Weeks: Complete 6 new nanopore wafer chips while mentoring Jacob Documentation Assignment: Outreach 1)Fix and improve existing wall mounted displays 2)Organize and conduct New Student Orientation 3)DEMOs documentation (Including website) Research Responsibility: 1) Construct dual pore, nanopore chips 2) Construct particle filtration chips

38 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting38 SCOTT SEDGWICK Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Website - want to update with battery material research so that others know how to prepare samples that they send to us for analysis. Research Responsibility: Automation of probe movements and design of new ionic conductivity experiments 1.Update control codes to perform ionic conductivity experiments. 2.Create interface to determine when measurement failures occur and provide descriptors in output files so that MATLAB can automatically determine how to deal with these failures. Mentors: Dr. Wheeler/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Continue LabVIEW tutorials. Additionally, work with Derek and John to log data during electrochemical deposition experiments.

39 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting39 LEGRAND SHUMWAY Broader Impacts Assignment: Outreach Research Responsibility: Voltage measurement using SCOS 1.Develop a 100kV – 200 kV Marx generator 2.Create 100kV signal with a time constant less than 100ns. 3.Refine the coaxial cable SCOS measurements Mentors: Nikola Stan

40 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting40 JUSTIN SORENSEN Public Relations Assignment: CHIP CAMP – a)Build equipment for experiments – especially microprocessor module b)Organize and plan c)Buy supplies d)Supervise students during camp Research Responsibility: Fabricate micromachined structures on ceramic substrates and PCBs for use in the ion trap project 1)Constructing PCB boards for use in planar Mass Spectrometry system 2)Microfabricate ion traps using newest photomasks 3)Lay out new photomasks for next generation ion traps 4)Work toward all-silicon version of ion traps with surface electrodes instead of thru- substrate electrodes Mentor: Andrew Powell Goals for First 2 Weeks: Produce new plates solo, Learn CADENCE and EAGLE layout software and finish new practice design

41 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting41 CARLOS VILORIO Research Responsibility: Electro-mechanical switches 1)Fabricate bistable switches using plastic and metal components 2)Design parts using CAD layout program 3)Laser cut plastic parts, wire EDM metallic parts 4)Acceleration test switching responses over time Mentors: Cameron Hill Goals for First 2 Weeks: Get access to laser cutters in ECE and Mech E departments, make and test a batch of plastic switches, design first hybrid plastic/metal switches Broader Impact Assignment: Outreach 1)Coordinate SOAR visits and activities 2)Fix and improve existing SOAR activities

42 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting42 JOHN VOGEL Broader Impact Assignment: 1)Work with New Student Orientation 2)Work with SOAR Research Responsibility: Fabrication of N-line probes for interrogation of battery films 1.Optimization of metal electrodepostion process through current-controlled electrochemistry. 2.Modification of probe structure for ionic conductivity measurements. Mentors: Andrew Cutler/Dr. Wheeler/Dr. Mazzeo Goals for First 2 Weeks: Optimize parameters for uniform deposition of copper in current probe geometry.

43 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting43 ALAN WEINERT Documentation Assignment: Websites 1)Cleanroom Website www.cleanroom.byu 1) Clean up bad links and navigation 2) Figure out how we might navigate away from php 2) Hawkins Website www.et.byu.edu/faculty/ahawkins 1) Update present and past student bios 2) Update publications and “news” items Research Responsibility: Hollow Core Waveguides for guiding in liquids 1.Model and test capillaries for mode guiding Mentors: Tom Wall Goals for First 2 Weeks: Coordinate model with measured results, outline paper to report results

44 April 16, 2014IMMERSE 2013 - Kickoff Meeting44 REID WORTHEN Documentation Assignment: Outreach Research Responsibility: Current measurement with SCOS 1.Create a test bench for creating a large current density in a stainless steel sheet 2.Characterize the electric field created by the high current test bench using a SCOS. Mentor: Nikola Stan


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