The University of Texas at Austin
Donald D. Harrington Fellows Program

Graduate Harrington Fellows Program

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2004-2005 Fellows

  Doctoral Fellows
Jinlong Gong

Jinlong Gong

Chemical Engineering

Previous degree from Tianjin University

UT Austin: Department of Chemical Engineering

 

Jinlong Gong’s research focuses on developing a heterogeneous catalytic system and investigating the mechanism of surface reactions at the molecular level.

Scott Gregoire

Scott Gregoire

Economics

Previous degree from Tulane University

UT Austin: Department of Economics

 

Scott Gregoire’s research focuses on the economics of information, as well as its application to international trade, specifically negotiation and trading strategies.

Kimberly Spears Hopkins

Kimberly Spears Hopkins

Mathematics

Previous degree from University of California – Santa Barbara

UT Austin: Department of Mathematics

 

Kimberly Hopkins explores a variety of topics in algebraic and analytic number theory. Her research involves creating a new addition to the Reciprocity Laws, which is a collection of theorems concerning the symmetry of the primes.

 
Dissertation Fellows
Sunghwan Jung

Sunghwan Jung

Physics

Previous degree from Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea

UT Austin: Department of Physics

 

Sunghwan Jung’s research focuses on the fundamental physics of systems driven far from equilibrium, such as turbulence and atmospheric convection. He studies the statistics of how fluids move in an effort to understand the deeper reasons behind their motion.

Anna Taylor

Anna Taylor

History

Previous degree from The University of Texas at Austin

UT Austin: Department of History

 

Anna Taylor’s research examines ninth to eleventh century manuscripts from Western Europe for evidence about the composition, reception, and functions of vitae metricae (saints’ lives written in Latin verse.)

 
Master’s Fellows
Amelia Brunskill

Amelia Brunskill

Information Studies

Previous degree from University of Washington

UT Austin: School of Information

 

Amelia Brunskill’s work focuses on furthering the creative implementation of technology to improve access to information. Her specific interests lie in helping people who cannot access information through traditional channels, such as people who have special needs.

 


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