Physics Graduate Student Research Presented at GTRI Shackelford Showcase

Physics Graduate Student Research Presented at GTRI Shackelford Showcase

Grahame Vittorini was one of 12 graduate students selected to present a poster of his research at the third annual GTRI Shackelford Showcase. His presentation was titled “Efficient Sympathetic Cooling of Trapped Ions in Planar Ion Traps.”

Grahame Vittorini was one of 12 graduate students selected to present a poster of his research at the third annual GTRI Shackelford Showcase.  His presentation was titled “Efficient Sympathetic Cooling of Trapped Ions in Planar Ion Traps.”

The Shackelford Graduate Fellows Program is designed to provide an environment for graduate level research while providing financial support to qualified graduate students. The program also provides another avenue for academic collaboration between the research units at GTRI and various academic units through joint direction and supervision of graduate student research.

The program honors the service and personal integrity which Robert Shackelford brought to GTRI during his 34-year career at Georgia Tech.

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