Rudy Rodriguez
PhD Student
Department of Physics

Undergraduate institution: University of Arizona

Rudolph Rodriguez is a PhD student in physics. Rudolph attended the University of Arizona to earn his undergraduate degrees, beginning with a major in neuroscience and cognitive science and conducting research in non-invasive brain stimulation techniques with Ying-hui Chou. After his first year, he decided to switch his area of study to physics and mathematics, taking on a double major and beginning research on the mathematics of conformal field theory with Christoph Keller. In the fall, Rudolph will begin research in high-energy theoretical physics. Outside of school, he enjoys practicing piano and calligraphy.