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The GPS.DM Collaboration is searching for dark matter using GPS atomic clock data. The techniques developed by this group have wide applicability to other networks of precision measurement devises searching for exotic physics.

The GPS.DM Collaboration is searching for dark matter using GPS atomic clock data.

Published in *Nevada State Undergraduate Research Journal*, 2019

This paper is about the detection of Kepler-17b with the Great Basin Observatory (GBO). We performed one of the first exoplanet detections in the GBO’s history and established a minimum transit depth for confidence in detection with the GBO.

Recommended citation: G. Panelli. Exoplanet Detection Via Transit Photometry Using the Great Basin Observatory. *Nevada State Undergraduate Research Journal*.V5:I1 Spring-2019. (2019). doi:10.15629/6.7.8.7.5_5-1_S-2019_4..

Published in *EPJ Quantum Technology*, 2019

This paper outlines the development of a frequentist event detection technique for searches for dark matter with netowrks of precision measurement devices with particular focus of the network of Global Positioning System atomic clocks.

Recommended citation: G. Panelli, B.M. Roberts, & A. Derevianko. Applying the matched-filter technique to the search for dark matter transients with networks of quantum sensors. *EPJ Quantum Technol.* **7**, 5 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1140/epjqt/s40507-020-00081-9

Published in *ArXiV*, 2020

This paper outlines the momenutm imaging of dissociative electron attachment to formamide with an emphasis on fragments NH2-, O-, and H-. Production mechanism are addressed and theoretical computations for angular dissociation distributions are provided for NH2-.

Recommended citation: G. Panelli, B. Griffin, K. Swanson, A. Moradmand, T. Weber, T.N. Rescigno, C.W. McCurdy, D.S. Slaughter, & J.B. Williams. Dynamics of model peptide bond dissociation initiated by resonant low-energy electron attachment. *ArXiV.org.* Submitted.

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Talk at the National McNair Conference at UCLA on using the Global Positioning System (GPS) to search for dark matter.

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Talk at the McNair Scolars Program Research Symposium on using the Global Positioning System (GPS) to search for dark matter.

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Poster presentation at the Nevada Undergraduate Research Summer Symposium on using the Global Positioning System (GPS) to search for dark matter.

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Talk at the first anual Great Basin Observatory Starfest conference on detecting exoplanets via transit photometry using ground based telescopes.

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Poster presentation at the 2018 College of Science poster competition on using the matched-filter technique to search for dark matter signals in archival GPS atomic clock data. I received the 2nd place prize.

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Department talk about utilizing the matched-filter technique - perhaps most famously used by LIGO in gravitational wave detections - to detect dark matter with the GPS atomic clock network.

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Poster presentation at the 2019 APS April Meeting during the GPMFC workshop about the dark matter discovery reach for applying the matched-filter technique to the GPS network.

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Poster presentation at the Nevada Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium about the dark matter discovery reach for applying the matched-filter technique to the GPS network.

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Department talk about wavefunction realism, approaches to realism in physics, and pedagogy of quantum mechanics.

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Poster presentation at the Nevada Undergraduate Research Summer Symposium reporting initially results from the first dissociative electron attachment momentum imaging experiment with the formamide molecule.

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Oral presentation at the APS Meeting of the Far West Section at Stanford University. Presented on the development of a frequentists event detection technique for dark matter searches using precision measurement devices.

Undergraduate courses, *University of Nevada, Reno, Department of Mathematics*, 2017

- MATH 283 - Calculus III (Fall 2018)
- MATH 301/302 - Introduction to Proofs (Spring 2017 - Spring 2019)
- MATH 310 - Real Analysis I (Spring 2019)
- MATH 448 - Partial Differential Equations (Spring 2018)

Undergraduate course, *University of Nevada, Reno, Department of Physics*, 2017

For non-physical science majors. Kinematics, energy and momentum conservation, rotational dynamics, thermodynamics, fluids, harmonic motion and sound. Laboratory experiments illustrate many of these fundamental principles.

Undergraduate course, *University of Nevada, Reno, Deparment of Methematics and Statistics*, 2018

Foundations of mathematical proof writing for advanced courses in the Math/Stat majors. Proof methods will be applied to topics in logic; mathematical induction; elementary set theory; functions; properties of integers and real numbers.

Undergraduate course, *University of Nevada, Reno, Department of Physics*, 2019

Thermodynamic laws, kinetic theory, electric charge, field, potential, current, dielectrics, circuit elements, magnetic fields and materials, electromagnetic oscillations.