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Croll Group 2016

Back: Damith Rozairo(Ph.D. Materials), Timothy Twohig (Ph.D. Candidate, Physics), Andrew B. Croll (thanks to photoshop)

Front: Tejas Bajwa(Governor's School Student), Juli Spilman(Governor's School Student), Theresa Eldar (M.Sc. Candidate, Materials), Samantha Ingersol (Undergraduate)

Damith Rozairo

Degree Information:

Candidate for Ph.D. Materials and Nanotechnology

B.Sc., Physics with a minor in mathematics, Minnesota State University Moorhead, 2009.

Email: damith.rozairo@my.ndsu.edu

 

 

 

Current Research:

Damith is currently working on his dissertation which examines the physics of block copolymers in emulsion droplets. His work includes imaging microscopic to macroscopic scale emulsion droplets using a confocal microscope and exploits geometry to determine mechanical response (interfacial energies). His future goals consist of work with micropipette tensiometry and block copolymer double-emulsions.

Timothy Twohig

 

Degree Information:

Candidate for Ph.D., Physics NDSU.

B.Sc., Physics with minors in Mathematics and Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2014.

Email: Tim.Twohig@ndsu.edu

 

Current Research:

Tim is currently investigating aging and creep in thin polymer structures and elasto-capillary interactions with thin polymer films.

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