Peter Niedbalski was inducted as a full member in Sigma Xi physics honors society last November 9, 2016 at the McDermott Suite at UT Dallas. The select number of students and some faculty were inducted by the guest speaker Dr. Susan Coppersmith, renowned theoretical physicist from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Also present were members of the physics faculty, NSM dean Bruce Novak, UTD VP for research Bruce Gnade, UTD Research office director Beth Keithley, and many more. Congrats Peter!
Lloyd Lumata gives the invited talk at biomedical physics section of Texas-Four Corners joint APS meeting
Dr. Lloyd Lumata gave the invited talk on the biomedical physics session of the Texas-Four Corners Sections joint meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) held at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico on October 21-22, 2016.
Three new students have joined the Lumata research lab for summer 2016 research.
Just a day after coming back from the 57 Experimental NMR Conference in Pittsburgh, core members of the Lumata group, postdoctoral researcher Dr. Andhika Kiswandhi and PhD students Christopher Parish and Peter Niedbalski demonstrated earth's field magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to the public at the Dallas Arboretum. The activity is part of UTD outreach to the public during Earth day on April 16, 2016.
The Lumata group attended the 57th Experimental NMR Conference (ENC) held at Wyndham Grand Downtown in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on April 10-15, 2016. The group presented research posters regarding DNP research done at UT Dallas. Grad student Peter Niedbalski received the student travel award from ENC.
RSC Advances paper on effect of Gd-doping and glassing solvent deuteration on 13C DNP at 5 Tesla, published!
The Lumata group attended the American Physical Society (APS) meeting held at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland on March 14-18, 2016. The group presented talks and posters regarding DNP research done at UT Dallas.
UTD physicists Dr. Andhika Kiswandhi (left) and Peter Niedbalski (right) demonstrates magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to UT Dallas students at UTD Junior Sneak Peak Day at the Visitors' Center at the University od Texas at Dallas.