Archives—March 2011





Distinguished Physics Alum Outreaches with Dragonfly Talk

Dr. Joseph Roti Roti, a 1965 physics graduate, has many interests. He is a retired radiation biologist still involved in the teaching of radiation oncology residents and currently professor emeritus, department of radiation oncology at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. He holds a BS in physics from Michigan Tech and a PhD in biophysics from the University of Rochester.

Joseph Roti Roti will present a gallery talk entitled “The Fascinating World of Dragonflies: Dragonflies through the Camera Lens” on April 7 in the Niles District Library in Niles, Michigan. The Roti Roti family been involved with nature art and conservation for four generations. There is a Roti Roti Gallery in the Buchanen Art Center, Buchanen, Michigan. Joseph Roti Roti is among the Distinguished Alumni in the Academy of Sciences and Arts at Michigan Tech.


Michigan Tech Graduate Research Colloquium 2011

The Graduate School Government sponsored a campuswide research symposium on March 3-4, 2011. The main events of this symposium were a Poster Presentation Session and a Research Colloquium. A joint physics and mechanical engineering-engineering mechanics poster was presented, Zinc Oxide nanostructures decorated with Core Shell quantum dots for energy harvesting applications by Abhishek Prasad, Archana Pandey, Karl Walczak, Advisors: Drs. Craig Friedrich and Yoke Khin Yap.

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