Class of 2015


Christian Aganze

Morehouse Class of 2016
Major: Physics
Research interests: Astrophysics, solar energy research
UCSD Mentor: Adam Burgasser

Christian is a third year Physics major on his way to obtain a PhD in Physics (hopefully in the field of Astrophysics). His ultimate goal is to become a Physics professor who will help young people from economically disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue careers in science and engineering. He also hopes to contribute to knowledge in the field. He has worked in the M.O.R.E. lab at Morehouse College where he designed and simulated dye-sensitized solar cells as well as fuel cells using Matlab Simulink software;  and with Professor Burgasser at UCSD investigating the low mass binary system GJ 660.1AB, with​​ results presented at the 2014 SACNAS conference. He is very passionate about learning new concepts in physics. He is also a Rwandan Presidential scholar, a scholarship program that support Rwandan Students in different parts of the world. In his spare time, he plays soccer and guitar. He believes that every scientist is an artist.

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