William Kacey

Hello! My name is Billy Kacey, and I am an undergraduate physics student graduating in 2023.  At the end of my freshman year, I was drawn to the Peaslee Lab Group due to the unique opportunity of being able operate a particle accelerator as an undergraduate student as well as the applicability of the group’s research to everyday life. Upon graduation from Notre Dame, I plan to pursue a career in medicine. Outside of the lab, my hobbies include soccer, bowling, and fishing.

Highlighted Contributions

  • 9S Accelerator operator
  • Working on measuring PFAS in chicken egg yolks using PIGE.
  • Contributor to PFAS: Soils project