Intern Blog Postings

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Divyansh Chamria

I loved going to work this week. Only 8 workdays remained, so I really tried to make the most of them, even more than usual. Some workdays that are shorter than others, usually because I’m too absorbed in what I’m working on, and I feel like I get a lot more done on those days.

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Nicole Leung

This week, I redesigned the star camera mount again! I updated the dummy camera model in Solidworks to reflect the actual size of the camera, and added a part to represent the lens holder.

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Saksham Prajapati

Almost end of our internship. My work at my internship was almost done as well. All I had left was some documentation. While I was writing all of those down, I realized I could make the program even easier for other people and therefore I updated my script.

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Gizem Dogan

My first Physics Today story is now published!

Ben Johnson

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Benjamin Johnson

This week at work I continued my efforts from last week to implement a hybrid reservoir computing scheme.  I added a function which passes Euler integration steps into the reservoir in addition to the previous states and input signal when the system is in feedback mode.  This serves as an additio

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Janessa Slone

Second to last blog post. 

On Monday, the SPS Interns met over zoom with Dr. Renee Horton. She has an amazing and motivational bright spirit and had great advice for all of us. I am super excited to meet her in person at Physcon later this year. 

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Anthony Olguin

This week was spent finalizing research and preparing for the presentations next week. I finished putting together another set of tables this week and now only need to do two more tables. Spent time putting my slides together which is taking more time than I thought it would.

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Valeria Viteri-Pflucker

This week was a little weird for me at work. The week before was time for rapid data collection, and Monday I had to figure out how to process all of it, create the plots, and put them into an abstract for Frontiers in Optics due on Tuesday. I got it done!

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Justin Andre Avendaño

I cant believe its the 2nd to the last week before the whole internship ends! Things went by so fast and it feels like we just arrived in DC. Over the past week me and the interns have been exploring what we can in DC.