Mathematics

CST student wins poster award


03/08/10, 5pm

Kaye Archer, a senior physics and mathematics double major won the best undergraduate poster award for her work on "Accurate Predictions of the Structure and Energetics of Water Decamers" at the 50th Sanibel Symposium held on February 24 - March 2, 2010 at St. Simons Island, GA. Kaye did the work during Summer 2009 with Drs. Berhane Temelso and George Shields at the College of Science and Technology and she continues to do significant research simulating the structure and properties of small water clusters.