Hananiel Setiawan

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Student in Medical Physics, 2017-Present
As an early Medical Physics PhD student in the "Imaging" track, I currently study contrast-enhanced Computed Tomography (CT) imaging, with the goal of quantifying, managing, mitigating, monitoring, and optimizing variability of the protocol. I am looking forward to be applying physics knowledge and technique to the field of medicine.

Prior to joining Duke, the majority of my undergraduate research projects were in nuclear physics at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory . I also participated in an astrophysics NSF-REU at Northwestern University, a US DOE-SULI in accelerator physics at SLAC National Laboratory (Stanford University), and a particle physics research abroad at Universität Zürich in 2017.

Educational Background
Bachelor of Science
Physics, Honors
Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI, USA) 2014-2017
Universität Zürich (Zürich, Canton of Zürich, Switzerland) 2017

Associate of Science
Mathematics and Engineering Physics
Lansing Community College (Lansing, MI, USA) 2012-2014

Service to Duke
Vice President of Advocacy, Graduate and Professional Student Government 2021-2022
Director of Operations, Graduate and Professional Student Council 2019-2020

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