VALDOSTA, GA (02/04/2019)– Zachary Barton of Monroe, Georgia, presented original research on the gas kinetic model for argon in a commercial plasma system at the seventh annual Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference in Gainesville, Georgia.
Throughout the two-day, multidisciplinary event, which was hosted by the University of North Georgia, Barton had an opportunity to learn more about the exciting undergraduate work – in all fields of research and creative activities – being conducted by students across the Southeastern United States, as well as network with faculty, staff, and graduate school representatives from a variety of insitutions of higher education.
The Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference strives to serve students and faculty in the Southeastern United States as the region’s premiere undergraduate research and creative endeavors conference. The annual conference promotes the dissemination of original student scholarship conducted in partnership with a faculty or staff mentor and serves as a networking conference providing undergraduate students with connections to career and graduate school opportunities.
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