Scientific Computing with Python
Austin, Texas • July 6-12
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Rebecca Perry

Rebecca Perry

I am a doctoral candidate in applied physics at Harvard University's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. My research is in the field of soft condensed matter. In soft materials such as foams and gels, the energy of room temperature alone is enough to drive the dynamics of microscopic structures. To image the three-dimensional dynamics of such microscopic structures, I use digital holographic microscopy. I am part of the team in the Manoharan Lab that writes the open source Holopy python package for analyzing digital holograms. I am also a member Harvard's Institute for Applied Computational Science through which I have become interested in parallel computing, data visualization, and effective platforms for sharing scientific data.

Presentations

How interactive visualization led to insights in digital holographic microscopy

Thursday 3:30 p.m.–3:45 p.m. in Room 204

HoloPy: Holograpy and Light Scattering in Python

Thursday 2:30 p.m.–2:45 p.m. in Room 204