October 2022: Hayley’s paper was published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry A!
September 23rd, 2022: The Widicus Weaver Group hosted an open house for over 60 faculties and staff to celebrate the occupancy of our new laboratory!
August 11th, 2022: Group Alum Dr. Brian Hays visited our new laboratory and met Bucky Badger!
June 30th, 2022: Jonathan Rebelsky passed his TBE. Happy July, Jonathan!
May 26th, 2022: Colton Moore passed his TBE. Let’s go, Colton!
May 2nd, 2022: Connor Wright defended his thesis and became Dr. Wright. Congrats, Connor!!!
Thesis: Millimeter/Submillimeter Wavelength Spectroscopy Of Prebiotic Interstellar Molecules With Complex Internal Motion.
April 25th, 2022: Will Thompson passed his TBE. Yay Will!
April 13th, 2022: Hayley Bunn defended her thesis and became Dr. Bunn. Congrats, Hayley!!!
Thesis: Rotational Spectroscopy of Nitrogen and Chlorine Containing Species to Guide Interstellar and Planetary Observations.
February 2022: Connor’s paper was published on ACS Earth Space Chem!
Wright, C. J.; Smith, R. N.; Kroll, J. A.; Shipman, S. T.; Widicus Weaver, S. L. “Extending the Millimeter/Submillimeter Wave Spectrum of Ground State Pyruvic Acid for Comparison to Astronomical Data.” ACS Earth and Space Chemistry2022, 6 (3), 482–495.
January 7th, 2022: Katarina Yocum defended her thesis and became Dr. Yocum. Woohoo, Kat!!!
Thesis: The Development and Application of SubLIME: Sublimation of Laboratory Ices Millimeter/submillimeter Experiment.
December, 2021: Haocheng Liang, Collette Sarver, and Catherine E. Walker have joined The Widicus Weaver research group. Welcome new graduate students!
November 2020: Colton Moore, Jonathan Rebelsky, and Will Thompson have joined The Widicus Weaver research group. Welcome new graduate students!
November 2020: Hayley’s paper was accepted for publication!
Bunn H. A., Schultz C. P., Widicus Weaver S. L. “Laser-Induced Chemistry Observed During 248 nm VUV Photolysis of an O3 and CH3NH2 Mixture.” The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, accepted, 2020.
October 2020: Susanna was interviewed by UW-Madison L&S about the recent report of phosphine on Venus: