## Randy and Sally Knight Undergraduate Fellowship

Will Rosenberg has been working on a project involving machine learning for scattering processes with Maria Piarulli and Saori Pastore, as well as Alessandro Lovato and Krishnan Raghavan from Argonne National Laboratory since Summer 2022. His Fall 2022 effort is supported by the Randy and Sally Knight undergraduate fellowship.

## Delta-less Chiral Effective Field Theory

Since Spring 2022, Shivang Yadav, an undergraduate at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, has been working with Maria Piarulli on a project involving the derivation of coordinate representation of N3LO diagrams in Delta-less Chiral Effective Field Theory.

## Quantum Monte Carlo Calculations

Rebecca Lim worked with the Quantum Monte Carlo group for four semesters during the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic years. In the Fall 2020, she focused on studying fundamental concepts of nuclear physics through assigned readings that were discussed in weekly meetings. Rebecca produced detailed notes written in LaTeX that will be used as lecture material for […]

## Process Low Energy Constants

John Tice worked with Jason Bub, Maria Piarulli and Saori Pastore during the summer of 2021. The main goal of his project was to post process low energy constants (LECs)—i.e., unknown coefficients entering the = nucleon-nucleon interaction—found by fitting experimental data, and phase shifts. This project called for using python to write two scripts, one to process […]

## Variational Quantum Eigensolver

In Summer 2021 Tyler Schon was supported by the Randy and Sally Knight undergraduate fellowship. He worked with Maria Piarulli and Alessandro Baroni (currently at Oak Ridge National Lab) on a quantum computing project involving the implementation of the Variational Quantum Eigensolver for calculating the ground state energy of the deuteron using two-qubit models. Tyler was able to […]