Kuri, Greg

Greg (in blue) expounding on exotic topology at the Maryland Space Grant Consortium Student Research Symposium (2018). Also visible in the background (in white) is Amelia Genus.

Semesters:  Summer 2018 РSummer 2020

Projects:

Early work on five-dimensional unified theory by Yu B. Rumer (with Dr. Alex Silbergleit, Stanford University)

Exotic spacetime topology as an alternative to dark matter and energy (in collaboration with Dr. Christopher Duston, Merrimack College)

  • co-author on paper in preparation
  • live presentation at Towson University’s first fully online Student Research & Creative Inquiry Forum (April 2020; members of the TU community can view presentation here)
  • poster presentation at PhysCon (Providence, RI, November 2019)
  • poster presentation at Maryland Space Grant Student Research Symposium (Johns Hopkins University Mt. Washington campus, July 2019)
  • poster presentation at¬†2019 APS April meeting in Denver
  • poster presentation at Maryland Space Grant Consortium student research symposium (Johns Hopkins University Mt. Washington campus, July 2018)
  • supported by a research grants from the Maryland Space Grant Consortium (summer 2018, 2019)