Below is a list of past Undergraduate Presentation Series events including the panel of presenters, their respective projects, and video links where applicable. *All video links are through Google Drive and only accessible with your UC Davis email.

##### Friday, April 30th, 2021

Presenters:

**Chris Hopp, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering major with Physics minor:**

Research project on dark matter detectors and DarkSide experiment with on-campus faculty advisor**Paige Brady, Physics major with Math minor:**

1) Mat 199 course on Triangulations and Associahedra

2) Independent off-campus project on glacier dynamics and ice-shelf modeling with University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

3) Paid research position conducting data analysis at Bodega Marine Laboratory

##### Friday, November 6th, 2020

Presenters:

**Jose Camacho, Physics major:**

Phy 199 course on Topological Insulators and Condensed Matter Experiment**Chris Mills, Geology and Applied Mathematics double major:**

Senior Thesis on Inversion theory, Stochastic processes, and Machine Learning**Anthony Jajeh, Mathematics major:**

1) Mat 199 course on Topology and Knot Theory

2) Mathematical Biology quarterly project on Computational Simulations of Motor Proteins

##### Friday, September 25th, 2020

Presenters:

**Emerald Sherwood, Physics Major:**

1) Phy 199 course on Gravitational Lensing

2) Atmospheric Research on Spatial CIMIS with on-campus graduate student**Veronica Guerra****, Geology Major:**

Honors Senior Thesis -*Influence of Plate Speed Perturbations on Mantle Plume Formation and Buoyancy Flux***Metzli Montero****, Applied Physics Major w/ concentration in Chemical Physics:**

1) Research project on Electrosynthesis with on-campus faculty advising

2) Physics Education

##### Friday, August 7th, 2020

Presenters:

**Christian Pratt, Physics Major:**

Wolfram Physics Project and The Wolfram Summer School**Mridul Sarkar, Scientific and Mathematical Computation Major:**

Independent off-campus project on Quantum Computing**Deangelo Wooley, Physics Major with Specialization in Astrophysics:**

1) Project with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

2) On-campus project with faculty advising