Graduated Ph.D. students:
- Nicholas Mast, 2020 (currently at Ball Aerospace)
Thesis title: "Cryogenic Detector Development for SuperCDMS"
2. Hannah Rogers, 2018 (currently faculty at St. Catherine University)
Thesis Title: “Effective Field Theory Analysis and Active Neutron Veto Design for the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search”
3. Patrick Meyers, 2018 (currently postdoc at University of Melbourne)
Thesis title: “Cross-correlation searches for persistent gravitational waves with Advanced LIGO and noise studies for current and future ground-based gravitational-wave detectors”
4. Allison Kennedy, 2017 (currently working at Intel).
Thesis Title: “SuperCDMS Prototype Detector Design and Testing”
5. Tanner Prestegard, 2016 (currently in the IT industry).
Thesis Title: “Unmodeled searches for long-lasting gravitational-wave signals with LIGO and studies of underground seismic noise for future gravitational-wave detectors”
6. Jianjie Zhang, 2014 (currently at Argonne National Lab)
Thesis Title: “A Dark Matter Search Using the Final CDMS-II Data and 100 mm SuperCDMS Ge Detector Ionization Test”
7. Shivaraj Kandhasamy, 2013 (currently faculty at IIUCA)
Thesis Title: “Searches for stochastic gravitational waves and long gravitational wave transients in LIGO S5 data”
8. Serkay Olmez, 2012 (currently at Seagate)
Thesis Title: “Gravitational Waves from Kinks and Cusps on Cosmic Strings”
Current Graduate Students:
- Sharan Banagiri
- Alexander Criswell
- Erik Floden
- Gwendolyn Koop
- Kiet Pham
- Rich Ormiston
- Kate (Ziyan) Yang
- Hassan Chagani (2010-2015).
- Saleem Cholayil (2020-present).
- Gwynne Crowder (2012-2016), currently a faculty member at Bellevue College.
- Matthew Fritts (Feb-June 2011, March 2015-present).
- Jan Harms (2009-2010), currently faculty at the Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy.
- Andrew Matas (2016-2018), currently a postdoc at the Albert Einstein Institute in Golm, Germany.
- Eric Thrane (2009-2012), currently a faculty member at the Monash University.