Brandeis Physics Undergraduate Department Representatives (UDRs)

Welcome from the 2015-2016 Physics UDRs Zack Weaver (16'), Remi Boros ('17), and Margaret Morris ('17). We hope to be a valuable resource for you in anyway we can, whether that be giving advice on classes or bringing your concerns to the attention of the faculty. We are hear to help you make your undergraduate career in physics successful in anyway we can. You may also feel free to contact Professor David Roberts (, the Undergraduate Advising Head with any questions.

News and Announcements:

No new announcements right now, but check back soon to see what fun and exciting things are happening with the physics UDR's. 

Zack Weaver 

I am excited to be returning as your UDR for the 2015-2016 school year ! I am currently a senior, double majoring in physics and biological physics. I currently conduct research at MIT on closed loop electrochemical feedback and inducer control of cells. I also conduct research at MIT Lincoln Laboratory on medically implantable abiotic glucose fuel cells to power implantable devices. I am in the process of looking at graduate school programs in engineering. I grew up just outside of DC and currently live in western Massachusetts. Please feel free to contact me at with any questions or concerns.

Remi Boros

I am so glad to be returning as one of your two UDRs for the 2014 - 2015 school year. I am currently a senior double majoring in physics and chemistry. I am currently doing research in nonlinear dynamics with the Epstein group in the chemistry department and am studying the CDIMA reaction with my adviser Professor Milos Dolnik. After Brandeis I intended to pursue a PhD in physics and hope to work in academia one day. I was born and raised in Chicago Illinois and am an amateur animator as well as a huge fan of classic cinema. Feel free to email me with questions, concerns, opinions, and thoughts at

Margaret Morris

I am pleased to be one of your Physics UDRs for the  2015-2016 school year. I am a junior majoring in both physics and mathematics. I currently study the behavior of flagella with the Dogic group here at Brandeis. When I graduate, I intend to pursue a PhD in physics, then I think I would like to work in academia. I was raised in Missouri, but now I live in Waltham. Feel free to contact me with any comments, questions, concerns or cookies at

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