Wednesday morning, students at SUNY Oswego gathered with their peers and faculty to present research at the college’s annual Quest Day. Students, undergraduate and graduate alike, are given this opportunity to come together to show their research, capstones, theses, and demonstrations.
Presenters this year included Vincent Debiase, a junior majoring in physics and applied mathematics who presented once on nanomaterial batteries and once on thin film semi-conductors. While Debiase presented at Quest 2015, he said he plans on looking more closely at his research notes in preparation. Debiase told Oswegonian reporter Natalie Brophy, “I got involved by just being generally interested in the research aspect of physics. I would like to think that I could be the reason there is an advancement in the field of physics”.
Other presenters in the humanities included senior Naomi Castillo-Lugo, a sociology and Spanish student who presented a Spanish-language poem with classmates about Paraguayan culture and history, “La Historia Empieza en Altos”.
You can read more about the event from the source at the Oswegonian website.