Dr. Jeremy Stromer
- Basic Information -
Time in Larsen Lab: 2009
Basic Project Description: Studied optical properties of Lyotropic Chromonic Liquid Crystals. (Not exactly my area, but Jeremy's primary undergradaute research advisor -- Dr. Liubov Kreminska -- had to leave for the summer, so I advised Jeremy through that year).
- Dissemination Based on work in Larsen Lab -
- Peer-Reviewed Journal Papers -
- Professional Conference Presentations -
- Student Research Presentations -
J. Stromer, M.L. Larsen, and L. Kreminska (2009). Polarizing efficiency of lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals under differing temperature and concentration conditions. UNK Fall Student Research Symposium. October 25, 2009.
J. Stromer, M.L. Larsen, and L. Kreminska (2010). The polarizing efficiency of lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals. UNK 12th Annual Student Research Day. April 8, 2010.
J. Stromer, M.L. Larsen, and L. Kreminska (2010). The polarizing efficiency of lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals. 24th National Conference on Undergraduate Research. University of Montana. Missoula, MT. April 15-17, 2010.
- Awards won while working in Larsen Lab -
2008 UNK Summer Student Research Program Participant (SSRP)
- Post-Graduation Activities and Current Status -
After graduating from UNK, Jeremy went to the University of Connecticut. He ultimately received a Ph.D. from the Department of Mechanical Engineering working under Leila Ladani. One of their papers I found (on tissue characterization with ultrasound imaging) can be found here. It appears Jeremy earned his Ph.D. in 2016; after that, I lose his trail. I'm not sure what he's up to these days. Maybe he'll see this page and let me know what he's up to now.
29 October 2017