GSAC Members


Greg Furlich

Greg is a 4th-year graduate student at the University of Utah and currently the Chair of Physics department's GSAC. He is currently working with Professor Doug Bergman on simulating the detection of florescence in the atmosphere caused by Extensive Air Showers started from Cosmic Rays entering the atmosphere. He is also the system administrator of the Telescope Array's Data Server and is building electronic racks for the expansion of the Telescope Array in Delta, Utah. In his free time, he also enjoys experiencing the outdoors through climbing, hiking, and backpacking. You can contact him via email at greg.furlich@utah.edu.


Flo Doval

Flo Doval is a third-year physics graduate student and current chair-elect of GSAC. She works with Michael Vershinin using optical trapping experiments to study the physical properties of microtubule networks. You can contact her via email at flo.doval@utah.edu.


Rohit Kumar

Rohit is a 3rd-year physics graduate student and is currently the GSAC Event Coordinator. You can contact him via email at: rohit.iit30@gmail.com


Nolan Matthews

Nolan is a 5th-year physics graduate student and is currently the GSAC Treasurer.


Paul Bergeron

Paul is a 5th-year graduate student and former GSAC Chair (2016-2017). He is currently working with Professor Pearl Sandick on questions pertaining to physics beyond the Standard Model, with an emphasis on dark matter candidates and supersymmetric models. You can find out more about him here or contact him via email at bergeron.physics@gmail.com.


Philip Beltracchi

Philip Beltracchi is working with Professor Gondolo on gravastars, which are an ultra dense end state to gravitational collapse distinct from black holes.


Rachael


Henna