News of Physics Students

Physics major Mr. Lamont Henderson, has presented his research poster entitled “Bandgap engineered zinc iron oxide magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications” at the Nano-Bio Summit 2013 hosted by Alabama State University, Montgomery, AL. ;Other co-authors of this presentation are Mr. Jeremiah Wilson (Physics Major and MARC Scholar), Ms. Bria Moore (TU Physics Alumni and current graduate student at Duke University); faculty mentors Dr. Sesha Srinivasan and Dr. P.C. Sharma.

Physics major 
Ms. Amber Kinnebrew, graduated in Summer 2013 is currently opted her graduate studies in Chemistry from Tuskegee University. Ms. Kinnebrew will be pursuing her Masters degree in Chemistry from Fall 2013. 

Physics major Ms. Bria M. Moore, graduated in Spring 2013 from Tuskegee University has chosen Duke University for her graduate studies. From Fall 2013, Ms. Moore has started the Duke University’s PhD program in Medical Physics with major concentration in Diagnostic Imaging. 

Physics and Electrical Engineering double major Mr. David Mohammad, graduated in Spring 2013, has been accepted by the Master program in Systems Engineering (NavSea program) from Electrical Engineering department at Tuskegee University. 

Physics majors Jeremiah F. Wilson, Sammie Ely III, Bria M. Moore, Lamont Henderson won an undergraduate research grant of $2000 in January, 2013, from The American Institute of Physics for their research proposal entitled “Design and development of novel nanocomposite materials and reactor systems for photocatalysis”.  Faculty Mentors Dr. P.C. Sharma and Dr. Sesha Srinivasan.

Physics majors Alejandra Sandoval, Jeremiah F. Wilson, Bria M. Moore and Lamont Henderson received an undergraduate research grant of $ 1,000 in March 21, 2013 from Alabama Academy of Science for their research proposal on Laser studies and photocatalysis. Faculty Mentors: Dr. Akshaya Kumar, Dr. Sesha Srinivasan Dr. P.C. Sharma.

Physics major Alejandra Sandoval won a FIRST PRIZE IN ORAL PRESENTATION CONTEST  at the 90th Annual Meeting of Alabama Academy of Science at Samford University, Birmingham on March 21, 2013.

Physics major Bria M. Moore won SECOND PRIZE IN POSTER PRESENTATION at the 90th Annual Meeting of Alabama Academy of Science held at Samford University, Birmingham on March 21, 2013.