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Congratulations to James Daniel Brandenburg who successfully defended his
PhD thesis at Rice University. His thesis title is: "Systematic
Measurements of Dimuon Production in p+p and p+Au Collisions at
√sNN=200 GeV with the STAR Detector".
Read the June 2018 edition of the STAR Newsletter to find out more about the
goings on of STAR, including the recognition of numerous STAR
Collaborators, a personal recap of Quark Matter from Daniel Brandenburg,
and some good news from the S&C team.
Congratulations to Shenghui Zhang who successfully defended her PhD thesis
at USTC. Her thesis title is: "Measurements of electrons from heavy flavor
hadron decays in p+p and Au+Au collisions at 200 GeV by the STAR
Congratulations to Zhen Liu who successfully defended her PhD thesis at
USTC. Her thesis title is: "Measurements of J/Ψ polarization in p+p
collisions at 200 GeV with the STAR experiment".
Congratulations to Maowu Nie who successfully defended his PhD thesis at
SINAP. His thesis title is: "Investigation of Anisotropic Flow in
Relativistic Heavy-ion Collisions".
The April 2018 edition of the STAR Newsletter is available now with some
timely news. including a summary of Run 18 progress, a review of
preparations for next week's Quark Matter, a highlight of some recent
efforts in S&C, and an overview of the newly released BUR.
Congratulations to Dr. Isaac Upsal who successfully defended his Ph.D.
thesis at the Ohio State University on April 4th. His thesis title is:
"Global Polarization of Lambda Baryons in the STAR Beam Energy Scan"
Congratulations to Dr. John Campbell who successfully defended his Ph.D.
thesis at the Ohio State University. His thesis title is: "Azimuthally
sensitive pion femtoscopy in ultra-central U+U and Au+Au collisions at