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Sophia Cisneros

Teaching Assistant Professor

  • Faculty
  • College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
  • Department of Physics and Astronomy

What I do

I'm a physicist who applies relativistic techniques to non-standard problems, and who specializes in teaching physics. I'm also on the leaders for the M|C|E Native mentoring group.

Professional Biography

I graduated with my Master in Physics in 2006 from the City College of New York, with my PhD in Physics in 2011 from New Mexico State University and completed my postdoctoral fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2011-2014.

Research

Relativity, symmetry, rotation curves, neutrinos, nanophotonics

Presentations

  • Math|Culture|Environment (M|C|E) Denver: Scaffolding STEM Mentorship for Native Youth