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Summer Internship Program 2010-2014

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      Four River City High School students were honored on January 14, 2010 for their summer work at the University of California, Davis.  Jaden Adler, Atish Kumar, Didier M Ponte, and Rodrigo Gaitan received certificates and stipends for their work in the UCD DARPA-AFOSR 2010 Summer Apprenticeship Program.  These students from Mr. Fagout’s Robotics class joined the condensed matter group at UC Davis, using a C/C++ interpreter to write computer simulations to calculate the properties of solids.  They also performed experiments using artificial lattices made from laser beams. Learn More about Internships.

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River City High School engineering students participated in UCD DARPA-AFOSR 2011 Summer Apprenticeship Program. These participants were Atish Kumar, Jaden Adler, Jasmin Beaven, Teresa Fernandez, Reya White, Brandon Clark and Denis Slobodyanyuk joined the condensed matter group at UC Davis, using a C/C++ interpreter to write computer simulations to calculate the properties of solids.  They also performed experiments using artificial lattices made from laser beams to investigate how the temperature of an atom changes under various conditions. The students received certificates and stipends for their work. Learn More about Interns.

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River City High School engineering students participated in UCD DARPA-AFOSR 2012 Summer Apprenticeship Program. These participants were Elaine Kadyra, Nick Viramontes, Turry Vang, Michael Miller, andSangat Tandel, Passionique Saunders, Lisa Hardy (TA), Reya White, Robert Mazzola (TA), Tarang Tandel, Sabrina Munoz,and Denis Slobodyanyuk, joined the condensed matter group at UC Davis, using a C/C++ interpreter to write computer simulations to calculate the properties of solids.  They also performed experiments using artificial lattices made from laser beams to investigate how the temperature of an atom changes under various conditions. The students received certificates and stipends for their work. Learn More about Internships