- Program Years: 2017-2021
- Academic Institution: Harvard University
- Field of Study: Materials Physics
- Academic Advisor: Efthimios Kaxiras
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2018)
B.S. Physics, and B.A. Mathematics, University of Rochester, 2016
- Research Area: Materials Physics
Random sub-diffusion and capture of genes by the nuclear pore reduces dynamics and coordinates interchromosomal movement.
M.C. Sumner, S.B. Torrisi, D. Brickner, J. Brickner. Under review, eLife.
Random forest machine learning models for interpretable X-ray absorption near-edge structure spectrum-property relationships.
S.B. Torrisi et al. npj Computational Materials 6, 109.
Two-dimensional forms of robust CO2 reduction photocatalysts.
S. B. Torrisi, A. K. Singh, J. H. Montoya. T. Biswas, K. A. Persson; npj 2D Materials & Applications 4, 24.
On-the-fly active learning of interpretable Bayesian force fields for atomistic rare events.
J. Vandermause, S.B. Torrisi, et al. npj Computational Materials 6, 20.
Electronic structure calculations of twisted multi-layer graphene superlattices
G.A. Tritsaris, S Carr, Z. Zhu, Y. Xie, S.B. Torrisi, J. Tang, M. Mattheakis, D.T. Larson and E. Kaxiras, 2D Materials, Volume 7, Number 3.
Effects of structural distortions on the electronic structure of T-type transition metal dichalcogenides,
D.T. Larson, W. Chen, S.B. Torrisi, J. Coulter, S. Fang, and E. Kaxiras, Phys. Rev. B 102, 045128
Data-driven studies of magnetic two-dimensional materials.
T.D. Rhone, W. Chen, S. Desai, S.B. Torrisi, D.T. Larson, A. Yacoby, E. Kaxiras; Scientific Reports, 10, Article number: 15795
Nuclear Pore Interaction Confines and Coordinates Chromatin Movement
M.C. Sumner, D.G. Brickner, S.B. Torrisi, J. Brickner. In preparation.
Relaxation and Domain Formation in Incommensurate 2D Heterostructures:
S. Carr, D. Massatt, S. B Torrisi, P. Cazeaux, M. Luskin, E. Kaxiras, Physical Review B, 98, 224102.
The Effects of a Rotating Wall Potential on Doppler Laser Cooling in a Penning Trap
S.B. Torrisi, J. W. Britton, J.G. Bohnet, J. J. Bollinger
Physical Review A 93, 043421.
Systems Studies of HELIAS Power Plants and Comparison to Tokamaks,
F. Warmer, S.B. Torrisi, C.D. Beidler, A. Dinklage, Y. Fent, J. Geiger, R. Kemp, P. Knight, H. Lux, F. Schauer, Y. Turkin, D. Ward, R. Wolf, P. Xanthopoulos.
2015 IEEE 26th Symposium on Fusion Engineering (SOFE) Conference Proceedings. DOI: 10.1109/SOFE.2015.7482424.
White Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Harvard Physics Department
Winner, Krell Institute Communicate Your Science & Engineering Contest
Harvard University Star Family Prize in Sophomore Advising
DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
NDSEG Fellowship (Declined)
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Honorable Mention
Janet Fogg Prize
Awarded to a graduating senior in recognition of dedicated service inside and outside the classroom to the well-being of all students served by the Department of Physics and Astronomy.
Phi Beta Kappa, Iota Chapter
Physics Department Teaching Award
Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship
Winner, Outstanding Presentation, SURF Colloquium
Conferred to 2 presenters by NIST staff in Boulder, CO who judged the presentations of 23 students at the conclusion of the SURF program.
Winner, University of Rochester Undergraduate Writing Competition (Natural and Applied Sciences Category)
Physics Department Honors Physics Prize
Conferred by the University of Rochester Physics and Astronomy department to the student who earned the highest scores in the first four honors physics courses.
Iota Book Award, Phi Beta Kappa Chapter, University of Rochester
Awarded to 16 out of 1,285 students in the class of 2016 for scholarly achievement, co-curricular activity, and leadership.
Renaissance & Global Scholarship
Full-tuition four-year scholarship awarded by the University of Rochester on admission.
Alan and Jane Handler Scholarship
Full room and board/book scholarship awarded by the University of Rochester on admission.
Research and Innovation Grant, University of Rochester
A $3,000 research grant awarded on admission to undergraduates with anticipated research potential to be used towards the research endeavor of their choosing.