The African School of Physics (ASP) consists of series activities to support the academic growth of African students. One activity is the short-term visit for research program where alumni of ASP spend 3-6 at BNL for research. Nine ASP alumni came to BNL between July and December 2019. The program resumed in 2022 when 6 ASP alumni have come to BNL for the period of August 2022 to February 2023. They are placed within different research groups and assigned research advisors according to their majors and physics interests. This program is supported by DOE, the BNL Diversity Office, Nuclear & Particle Physics Diversity Council and the departments and research groups that hosted participants.
In this talk, we have short presentations by ASP alumni (cohort of 2022) on the work they have been doing during their stay at BNL:
Dr. Kétévi A. Assamagn