Jaideep Taggart Singh
National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory
Michigan State University
640 South Shaw Lane
East Lansing, MI, USA
lab: NSCL 1350
office: NSCL 2061
office phone: 517.908.7176
We are always looking to hire curious, self-motivated, & extremely hard-working students at all levels as well as postdocs. Come join us!
Prospective Postdocs: If you are interested in my group’s activities, then please send me a brief email with a CV or resume, a short description of your research interests, and follow the instructions here.
Prospective Graduate Students: If you are interested in my group’s activities, then please send me a brief email with a CV or resume, a short description of your research interests, and follow the instructions here.
Incoming freshman: please consider joining my group as a Professorial Assistant.
Undergrads in general: If you are more than one calendar year away from graduating, then please answer the following questions using LaTeX and send me the PDF along with a CV or resume. Use any resource that you’d like, but make sure to cite it properly. Please let me know if you have any questions.
- What is your name, email address, and, if applicable, website/github account?
What year in college are you?
Have you worked with another research group before? If so, which ones?
Have you contacted other research groups? If so, which ones?
Why are you interested in my group?
Which project are you most interested in and why?
Are you considering going to graduate school?
What is the last book you’ve read and why?
What is the most recent new skill or topic that you taught yourself?
Why did you want to learn it?
How did you teach yourself?
How many psi are in one atmosphere?
What is the molecular weight of air?
What is the magnitude of Earths’s magnetic field?
What direction does the Earth’s magnetic field point?
How many photons are emitted by a 5 mW laser in one second?
How many electrons pass through a 50 ohm resistor in one second?
What is special about the number 137?
Let’s say that you have a rectangle with length x and width 1. Cut a 1 by 1 square off of the edge of this rectangle. This will leave you with another smaller rectangle with the same length to width ratio. What is x? What is special about this number?
Make a plot of the data below and determine the function that best describes the data, both using Python 3.x:
detuning (MHz) power (V)