Spotlight: Philip Javernick
PPhilip Javernick has been involved in research on phase synchronization in chaotic oscillators for almost two years. His specific area of interest is an extension of the text-book problem on synchronization to the effects of spatio-temporal chaos on synchronization.
Philip's success with research is documented by the presentations he has made at the 2010 Phi-Kappa-Phi Conference (ASU) and 2010 Georgia Academy of Sciences. He has also presented a poster on chaos at the 2009 SACS-AAPT meeting. Furthermore, Philip will be presented his research work on chaos at the 2011 Annual American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting Conference in Dallas, Texas.
For his research presentation, Philip was awarded a travel grant by the Society of Physics Students to help support his presentation at the APS March Meeting in Dallas.
In addition, Philip was named the Department of Chemistry and Physics Best Undergraduate Researcher in Physics in 2011.
Dr. Trinanjan Datta, Assistant Professor of Physics, is his faculty advisor.