This fellowship was created by former students of Professor Allen Goldman to honor his 40+ years of teaching and mentoring students. The fellowship will be awarded each year to a graduate student enrolled in the School of Physics and Astronomy working toward a graduate degree.
Agniva is from Kolkata, India. His plan is to use the fellowship for summer research. His research is focussed on Gravitational Lensing and Dark Matter.
2020 Goldman Fellowship Recipient
Dmitry is from Moscow, Russia. He plans to use this money to work on a new project on the coexistence of magnetism and superconductivity in twisted bilayer graphene. He works in the field of unconventional superconductivity and recently began working on quantum magnetism.
2019 Goldman Fellowship Recipient
Xiaojun is originally from Tianjin, China. He plans to use the money to support my summer research. His research is in quantum transport in 2D systems.