Timothy Prisk

Tim Prisk Contact Information
Graduate Student
(812) 855-1435

Timothy Prisk is a graduate student studying the microscopic dynamics of superfluid helium infused within porous silica glasses using inelastic neutron scattering.  Under the direction of Paul Sokol, he is participating in a suite of synchrotron X-ray and neutron scattering experiments at major national laboratories, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Argonne National Laboratory.  One of the goals of Timothy’s research is to help clarify the role, if any, that Bose Einstein Condensation (BEC), or Bose broken symmetry, plays in the superfluid state of liquid helium confined in porous media.  He has also been involved in studies of molecular diffusion in glass forming liquids, magnetism of solid oxygen, and gas sorption phenomena within metal organic frameworks. 

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