Each year the Department of Physics recognizes the outstanding research and dissertation of a PhD graduate. Nirupama Sensharma is one of the recipients this year.
Sensharma’s thesis is titled “Wobbling Motion in Nuclei: Transverse, Longitudinal and and Chiral.” She was advised by Professor Umesh Garg. Eariler this spring Sensharma received the 2021 Cornelius P. Browne Memorial Award in Nuclear Physics for her work on wobbling motion in gold nuclei and outstanding outreach effort through her project Nuclear Energy – The Better Energy. Sensharma is heading to a postdoc position at the University of North Carolina under the mentorship of another ND PhD alumni, Daniel Ayangeakaa.
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