Selected Research Topics & Reviews
Currently, most of the papers to the left are either simple write-ups and reviews in theoretical physics, or articles I have been recommended to write-on. For each project, I wrote a write-up of attempts, what went wrong, and where it currently sit.
A few I am still refining, so only their drafts are available. All papers are linked to their PDF.
Of course, if questions arise, you can submit them down below.
This is a slide from my presentation on Brans-Dicke gravity as an undergraduate at Winona.
I also created a seminar series at WSU geared towards what undergraduates want to learn, or be introduced to. This was done by having people vote for the topic, then in the following week I reach out to professors who could introduce the topic. Then, whoever wanted to learn more, there would be held a workshop 2 days after.
The brochure can be found here (word file).
June 2021 - Present
A. Cassem & S. Cremonini, "The Swampland and Geometric Flows."
This is the 2-page (almost) write-up of my end of summer REU presentation.
Jan. 2021 - May 2021
Jan. 2020 - May 2020
A. Cassem, "Fermionic Cosmologies in Brans-Dicke Gravity."
My thesis as an undergraduate.
A. Cassem & A. Ferstl, University Physics 1 & 2 labs:
Aug. 2020 - Present