Margo Batie


Margo investigated the merits of three different types of RF cavities that could be used in the g-2 Experiment: Using a computer program for evaluating RF Cavities with Cylindrical Symmetry, various cavities were modeled to examine the accuracy of measurements and calculations of previously fabricated cavities. Margo will use this knowledge and experience in persuit of a Physics PhD.


-- Margo Batie, SIST 2012


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For Students

The SIST program provides the opportunity to work with scientists and engineers at the nation's preeminent high energy physics laboratory. There is no "busy work" here -- here is your chance to dig in to an exciting project and make real contributions towards furthering our understanding of the universe!

This 12 week program offers competitive pay, furnished apartments, rental cars, and more which is detailed in the Fact Sheet.

The SIST program is open to undergraduates currently enrolled in four-year colleges and universities in the United States.

Internships are offered to students majoring in Physics, Electrical/Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. The program can accept only U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and foreign nationals (with OPT).

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Important Dates for 2016 program

  • Application Deadline: Sunday January 31, 2016, 23:59 (Central Standard Time)
  • Applicants who get an interview will be contacted on or before February 5. Interviews will be conducted via Skyupe during the week of February 8.
  • Acceptances will be sent by February 16.
  • Interns and supervisors first mututal contact (by email): On or before May 1
  • Interns arrive on May 31
  • Last day: August 19

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