Internships

 

 

Isabelle Bunge

Undergraduate Student at Smith College, US

Isabelle

Summer Student at CERN in 2016.

Isabelle project was about the study of the night/day proton flux variation measured by AMS-02.

 

Martijn Brandenburg

Undergraduate student of Applied Science at The Hague University, Netherlands

Martijn

Martijn is currently collaborating with the group in Hawaii, during the spring of 2017.

He is researching the correlation between various parameters in the Heliosphere during Forbush Decreases which follow Coronal Mass Ejections by the Sun.

 

Mamoun Chati

Physics Engineering Undergraduate Student at ENSTA ParisTech, France

Mamoun

Mamoun collaborated with the group during the Summer 2013, at CERN, Swizerland.

His project was about developing a monitor of solar activity using AMS-02 data.

 

Thibault Dausse

Physics Engineering Undergraduate Student at Polytech Clermont Ferrand, France

Thibault

Thibault collaborated with the group during the Summer 2016, in Hawaii, US.

His project was to build a database for the storage of cosmic rays monthly fluxes, measured by AMS-02.

 

Thomas Guy

Physics Engineering Undergraduate Student at ENSTA ParisTech, France

Thomas

Thomas collaborated with the group during the Summer 2014, at CERN, Swizerland.

His project was about developing a web interface for realtime solar activity using AMS-02 data.

 

Jonathan Huster

Physics Undergraduate Student at Washington University
in St. Louis, US

Jonathan

Jonathan collaborated with the group during the Summer 2016, in Hawaii, US.

His project was to build a database for the storage of solar activity data, measured by AMS-02.

 

Nicolas Lepleux

Physic Engineering Undergraduate Student at ENSTA ParisTech, France

Nicolas

Nicolas collaborated with the group during the Summer 2014, at CERN, Swizerland.

His project was to study the AMS-02 detector responses to solar activity.

 

Ciara Maguire

Physic Undergraduate Student at University of Dublin, Ireland

Ciara

Ciara collaborated with the group during the Fall 2016, in Hawaii, US.

Her project was to study the correlation between Forbush decrease events in AMS-02 with parameters from the solar wind.

 

Giorgia Mazzini

Electrical Engeenering Undergraduate Student at Università di Firenze, Italy

Giorgia

Giorgia is currently collaborating with the group in Hawaii, during the spring of 2017.

Her project, in collaboration with Matilde, is to create a portable Cosmic Ray sensor for outreach activities.

 

Matilde Mazzini

Computer Engineering Undergraduate Student at Università di Pisa, Italy

Matilde

Matilde is currently collaborating with the group in Hawaii, during the spring of 2017.

Her project, in collaboration with Giorgia, is to create a portable Cosmic Ray sensor for outreach activities.

 

Florine Valcher

Physics Engineering Undergraduate Student at Polytech Clermont-Ferrand, France

Florine

Florine is currently collaborating with the group in Hawaii, during the summer of 2017.

Her project is to improve and upload a portable Cosmic Ray sensor, for oureach activities.

 

Bryan Yamashiro

Physics Undergraduate Student at UH Manoa, US

Bryan

Bryan Yamashiro is a senior student in Physics, is working with the AMS-02 group since 2013, focusing on solar energetic particles.

Utilizing data from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer installed on the International Space Station, Brian's project, "Study of the Most Harmful Solar Energetic Particle for Shielding Next Human Space Flights" supports NASA's efforts to improve the prediction of large solar storms.

Bryan also actively participates in the outreach activities providing a positive role model for future physics students.