People in the news - Week of May 17, 2019

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Tommaso Gazzarri, assistant professor of classics, recently delivered a seminar at Williams College titled, “The Textual Tradition of Seneca’s De Constantia Sapientis, and the Art of Producing a Philological Commentary.”

An op-ed by Bradley Hays that examines Attorney General William P. Barr's view of presidential authority was published in the Washington Post. Hay is associate professor of political science. Read his piece here.

Michael Vineyard, the Frank and Marie Louise Bailey Professor of Physics and Astronomy, presented a talk, “Research and Training in Ion-Beam Analysis of Environmental Materials,” at the 13th European Conference on Accelerators in Applied Research and Technology in Croatia. Scott LaBrake, senior lecturer, and Heather Watson, the John D. MacArthur Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy, were co-authors on the paper.

An article by Luke Dosiek, assistant professor of electrical, computer and biomedical engineering, was published in IEEE Transactions on Power Systems. “On the Cramer-Rao Bound of Power System Electromechanical Mode Meters” explores the limits of accuracy that may be achieved by a particular class of power grid stability estimators. Read the article here.

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