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Physics Graduate Students
Awarded Best Analytical Posters
Two Physics graduate students, Joel Grim and Peter Diemer, won awards in the Analytical Poster category of the Twelfth Annual Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Research Day presented by the Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Joel Grim placed first with his poster "Scintillator proportionality: your life might depend on it!". Joel's work was completed under the direction of Prof. Richard Williams. Peter Diemer was first runner-up with "Improving the Performance of Organic Devices by Tuning Film Morphology". Peter's research was conducted under the guidance of Prof. Oana Jurchescu.