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Violation of magnetic flux conservation by superconducting nanorings


Gravitational wave sensors based on superconducting transducers


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


Iris Mowgood

Physics Lecturer

& Computational Physicist

PhD Candidate of Chapman University


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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  • 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


  • Computational Physics

  • High-Tc Superconductivity

  • Physics Modeling

  • Automation

  • Physics Education

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