Officers 2015/2016

Constantin “Stan” Weisser
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Constantin did his undergraduate degree at the University of Manchester, UK, with a study year abroad at UC Berkeley. He is working on Machine Learning in Particle Physics and likes endurance sports and trying out different hobbies.
Sergio “Cheko” Cantu
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Cheko is a former president that continues to support PGSC as treasurer.
Dahlia Klein
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Vice President
Dahlia, a native of New Jersey, went to the University of Pennsylvania for her undergraduate studies. She now does research on the transport of novel 2D materials.
John Hardin
Shadow Government
John Hardin is from St. Louis, Missouri and attended undergrad at UNC-Chapel Hill. He is currently a third year graduate student working on the GlueX detector. Outside of physics, he enjoys reading scifi and playing video games.
Kiaran Dave
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Poster Session Project Leader
Ostensibly, Kiaran is a “researcher” in quantum information “science”, but when out of the public eye he spends a sizable fraction of his time teaching his computers to solve problems inefficiently.
Neel Kabadi
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Open House Co-organiser
Neel Kabadi studies plasma physics and fusion energy as part of the High Energy Density Group. In his free time he enjoys cooking, eating, woodworking, and watching sports.
Greg Dooley
Physics Athletic Chair.
Greg Dooley studies the Milky Way and its satellites through simulations. He was raised in Poughkeepsie, New York then studied at Princeton before going to MIT. He is an avid fan of playing all sports possible, including competitive college curling.
Keaton Burns
Friday Social Manager
Keaton is a second-year graduate student in astrophysics.
Ryan Lynch
Friday Social Manager
Besides doing astrophysics, Ryan apparently plays guitar, spectates sports, and works out. Who knew?
Cody Burton
Friday Social Manager
Cody is a graduate student interested in ultracold gases, who is currently working in Wolfgang Ketterle’s research group. Outside of physics, Cody is a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician.