Elliott graduated High Honors with an Associate of Science degree in Mathematics in May, 2020 at 11 years old, making him the youngest college graduate in Minnesota. He is completed undergraduate research at the University of Minnesota working with the Short-Baseline Neutrino program at Fermilab. Elliott received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics with a mathematics minor at 13 years old on May 12, 2022.
Elliott was accepted into the University of Minnesota's Physics PhD program. At 13, he will be the youngest PhD student in the world, currently.
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Determining the Momentum Distribution of Cosmic Muons
Determining the Effects of Rayleigh Scattering in the Short-Baseline Near Neutrino Program, SBND Commissioning Group, April 18, 2022
Fourier Transform: A Physicists View on a Beautiful Subject, UMN Direct Reading Program, December 30, 2020
Elliott was a member of the Normandale Mathematics Club and the Mu Alpha Theta club were he was recognized in May, 2019 as a member who made notable leadership contributions. Elliott has also volunteered as a high school mathematics tutor for the Bloomington, MN school district though the America Reads America Counts program and a physics tutor for University of Minnesota students. Elliott is a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Mathematical Honor Society. He is an active participant in the University of Minnesota Math Club, Society of Physics Students (SPS), and GradPhi.
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