Dominic Robe

Stefan Boettcher, Advisor


  • Bachelor of Science, Physics/Computer Science, Tennessee Tech University, Cookeville, TN, 2014


I am currently studying physical aging in colloidal glasses. I work mostly with GPU accelerated molecular dynamics simulations, but I have also worked on course grained models and experimental data analysis using C, Python, Matlab, and Mathematica.


D. Robe, S. Boettcher, P. Sibani, P. Yunker, “Record Dynamics: Direct experimental evidence from jammed colloids”, Europhysics Letters 116 (3), 38003, 2016

R. Moore, A. Sterling, D. Falconer, D. Robe, “The cool component and dichotomy, lateral expansion, and axial rotation of solar X-ray jets”, The Astrophysical Journal 769 (2), 134, 2013


D. Robe, S. Boettcher, “Dynamic Heterogeneity and Aging in a 2D Colloidal Simulation”, Boulder School for Condensed Matter and Materials Physics: Frustrated and Disordered Systems, 3-28 July, 2017, Boulder, CO, Poster

D. Robe, S. Boettcher, P.  Sibani, P. Yunker, “Collapse of Experimental Colloidal Aging using Record Dynamics”, APS March Meeting, March 13-17, New Orleans, LA, 2017

D. Robe, S. Boettcher, P. Yunker, “Correlated Clusters in Aging Colloidal Glass”, APS March Meeting, 14-18 March, 2016, Baltimore, MD

D. Robe, T. Johnson, R. Kozub, S. Pain, B. Manning, F. Sarazin, S. Ilyushkin, P. O’Malley, “Gas Pressure Response Characterization of a Beam Tracking Detector”, APS Division of Nuclear Physics Meeting, 23-26 October, 2013, Newport News, VA, Poster

D. Robe, R. Moore, and D. Falconer, “Dichotomy of X-Ray Jets in Solar Coronal Holes”, AGU Fall Meeting, 3-7 December, 2012, San Francisco, CA, Poster