Team presents at ‘Quarks to Cosmos’ meeting

Anjali Yelikar, an astrophysical sciences and technology Ph.D. student; Jacob Lange ’18 MS (astrophysical sciences and technology), ’20 Ph.D. (astrophysical sciences and technology); Aasim Jan, a student in the graduate physics program; and School of Mathematical Sciences faculty members Carlos Lousto and Richard O’Shaughnessy presented at the American Physical Society’s “Quarks to Cosmos” conference. The presentations are part of the work developed by scientists at RIT’s Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation.