Mohammed Haque is a Bridge Scholar joining the APAM department in the fall. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Physics with a minor in Mathematics from Hunter College in New York City. Before Columbia, he worked with Dr. Michael Zarnstorff at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory on the MUSE permanent magnet stellarator experiment. Mohammed’s current work involves strain optimization of High-Temperature Superconducting tape for given parametric curves intended to be used as coils. These new coils are to be used in repurposing the Columbia Non-Neutral Torus experiment.