2018-2019 Dean’s Research Awards

Graduate Student Award: Taylor Hall

Taylor Hall Taylor Hall is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Physics. His research specialization is in experimental studies of dusty/complex plasmas. He graduated with his bachelor’s degree from Auburn University.

Taylor served as a teaching assistant in the Honors Physics class, and worked on a NASA-funded research project focusing on the development of a time-resolved particle transport imaging technique.

He has presented his work at poster presentations at the American Physics Society – Division of Plasma Physics meeting and the Eighth International Conference on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas. Taylor has given presentations at the National Radio Science Meeting of the International Union of Radio Science and the 15th U.S. Workshop on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas.

Moreover, his paper was selected as an Editor’s Pick and cover article in the October, 2018 issue of Physics of Plasmas.