Latest Work

 
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Violation of magnetic flux conservation by superconducting nanorings

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Gravitational wave sensors based on superconducting transducers

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Phonon Feedback Effects on Dynamics of Phase Slip Centers in Finite Gap Superconductors

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Visualization and Exploration of the Dynamics of Phase Slip Centers in Superconducting Wires

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Automatization of COMSOL Multiphysics® Model utilizing LiveLink™ for MATLAB®

Teaching Videos

Rocket Launches & Catapult Challenges

 
 

Bio

 

Iris Mowgood

Physics Lecturer

& Computational Physicist

PhD Candidate of Chapman University

Biography:

Iris Mowgood is a PhD candidate of Computational and Data Science at Chapman University. Her research focus is on modeling superconducting elements (wires, rings, diodes) via the set of Ginzburg-Landau equations utilizing Comsol and automating of model using Matlab. Her previous work experience has been in teaching university level physics from conceptual to calculus based.

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Education

  • PhD Candidate, Computational and Data Science, Chapman University

  • MS in Physics, 2016

 California State University, Fullerton

  • BSc in Physics Education, 2013

University of California, Santa Cruz

Interests

  • Computational Physics

  • High-Tc Superconductivity

  • Physics Modeling

  • Automation

  • Physics Education