PhD Student, Second Year
University of Richmond
A first year Computational and Applied Mathematics Ph.D. student at the University of Chicago, Solomon Quinn graduated from the University of Richmond, class of 2018, with a B.S. in mathematics and physics. While at Richmond, Solomon conducted research in cosmology with Prof. Ted Bunn, examining the possibility of extracting multi-wavelength maps from single-filter observations of the cosmic microwave background. Solomon and Prof. Bunn presented their results at the 231st American Astronomical Society Meeting in January, 2018. Solomon's undergraduate research also included a project in game theory, under the supervision of Prof. Michael Kerckhove. Aside from mathematics and physics, Solomon enjoys playing the piano, sports, chess and hiking.