A simulation of an arrested Pickering emulsion droplet, which were discussed in Chris’s symposium presentation.

Group member Chris Burke recently participated in Tufts University’s annual Graduate Student Research Symposium. This symposium is an opportunity for graduate students to present their research to a wide audience of students and professors from various disciplines. Throughout the day students present their work in a variety of formats, including 10-minute talks, condensed 3-minute talks, and a poster session. Chris presented a 10-minute talk titled “Geometry, Frustration, and Ice Cream: Arrested Relaxation of Emulsions” which received an honorable mention from the symposium’s panel of judges. You can watch a recording of his presentation [here].



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