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Faculty of Harvey Mudd College

Harvey Mudd College faculty have a wide range of research interests.

Department of Biology

Stephen C. Adolph, Stuart Mudd Professor of Biology

Education: PhD, Univemrsity of Washington.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Physiological, evolutionary and behavioral ecology of lizards; mathematical models in ecology and evolution; statistical estimation of physiological performance.

Anna Ahn, Professor of Biology

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
Research interests: Neural control and mechanics of animal locomotion.

Eliot Bush, Professor of Biology and Chair, Department of Biology

Education: PhD, California Institute of Technology.
Research interests: Molecular evolution of noncoding DNA.

Matina Donaldson-Matasci, Barbara Stokes Dewey Assistant Professor of Biology

Education: PhD, University of Washington
Research interests: how social insects, such as bees and ants, coordinate group behaviors.

Karl Haushalter, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biology

Education: PhD, Harvard University.
Research interests: The biochemistry of protein:nucleic acid interactions in the context of DNA repair and the innate immune response to HIV infection.

Jae Hur, Assistant Professor of Biology

Education: PhD, Harvard University
Research interests: molecular and cellular biology with an emphasis on aging and longevity determination.

Catherine S. McFadden, Vivian and D. Kenneth Baker Professor in the Life Sciences

Education: PhD, University of Washington.
Research interests: Molecular systematics of Octocorallia; life history evolution in colonial marine invertebrates

Danae Schulz, Assistant Professor of Biology

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: African trypanosomes, the parasites transmitted through tsetse flies that cause sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis).

Daniel M. Stoebel, Associate Professor of Biology

Education: PhD, The State University of New York, Stony Brook.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Function and evolution of bacterial regulatory networks.

Emeriti Faculty

William K. Purves, Professor of Biology Emeritus

Education: PhD, Yale University.
Research interests: Learning strategies, educational software.

Department of Chemistry

Robert J. Cave, Professor of Chemistry

Education: PhD, California Institute of Technology.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Electronic structure theory and the quantum mechanical treatment of electron transfer reactions with a particular focus on understanding how distance and orientation affect the rate of electron transfer in biological and synthetic electron transfer reactions.

G. William Daub, Seeley Wintersmith Mudd Professor of Chemistry and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Education: PhD, Stanford University.
Research interests: The development of new regio- and stereoselective reactions for organic synthesis.

Karl Haushalter, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biology

Education: PhD, Harvard University.
Research interests: The biochemistry of protein:nucleic acid interactions in the context of DNA repair and the innate immune response to HIV infection.

Lelia Hawkins, Associate Professor of Chemistry

Education: PhD, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: characterization of light-absorbing compounds in atmospheric aerosol.

Adam R. Johnson, Professor of Chemistry

Education: PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Research interests: Design of ligands for the synthesis of chiral transition metal complexes; enantioselective catalysis.

Kerry K. Karukstis, Ray and Mary Ingwersen Professor of Chemistry

Education: PhD, Duke University.
Research interests: Applications of absorbance and fluorescence spectroscopy to supramolecular assemblies (micelles, reverse micelles, vesicles) and macromolecular host-guest systems (cyclodextrins, dendrimers); spectroscopic analyses of surfactant aggregations and drug-delivery systems; determination of phase diagrams via fluorescence spectroscopy; incorporation of the case study method in chemistry courses to explore the interaction of science and society and develop critical thinking, teamwork, and oral communication skills; women as leaders in science and engineering.

Gerald R. Van Hecke ’61, Donald A. Strauss Professor of Chemistry

Education: B.S., Harvey Mudd College; PhD, Princeton University.
Research interests: Studies of liquid crystals: synthesis, thermodynamics of mixtures, polarized spectroscopy and computer simulations of liquid crystalline mixtures; thermodynamics of liquid mixtures studied by laser light scattering.

Katherine M. Van Heuvelen, Associate Professor of Chemistry

Education: PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Research interests: synthesis and spectroscopic characterization of bio-inspired transition metal complexes.

Hal Van Ryswyk, John Stauffer Professor of Chemistry and Chair, Department of Chemistry

Education: PhD, University of Wisconsin.
Research interests: Solar energy conversion, study of energy and electron transfer in self-assembled systems; electronic materials; monolayer chemistry at surfaces; analytical chemistry.

David A. Vosburg, Professor of Chemistry

Education: PhD, The Scripps Research Institute.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Biomimetic cyclizations, natural product synthesis, green chemistry.

Emeriti Faculty

Mitsuru Kubota, Professor of Chemistry Emeritus

Education: PhD, University of Illinois.
Research interests: study of catalysis by metal compounds and inorganic chemistry.

Philip C. Myhre, Professor of Chemistry Emeritus

Education: PhD University of Washington.
Research interests: organic chemistry.

F. Sheldon Wettack, Professor of Chemistry and Dean Emeritus

Computer Science Department

Lucas Bang, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara
Research interests: software verification and formal methods for security.

James C. Boerkoel Jr., Associate Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of Michigan.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Artificial intelligence, automated planning and scheduling, human-robot teamwork and user experience design.

Katherine Breeden, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, Stanford University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Computer graphics, human gaze response.

Zachary Dodds, Leonhard-Johnson-Rae Professor of Computer Science and Director, Computer Science Clinic

Education: PhD, Yale University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Real-time computer vision, vision-based autonomous robotics and mapping; and the development of low-cost robots for research and education.

Michael A. Erlinger, Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.
Research interests: Computer networking (protocols, management, security and wireless sensor networks), implementation and use.

Robert M. Keller, Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
Research interests: Intelligent music software, programming languages, logic, model-checking, parallel and real-time computing, soft computing, formal methods.

Geoff Kuenning, Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Operating systems, file systems, trace analysis, computer systems performance.

Colleen M. Lewis, McGregor-Girand Associate Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of California at Berkeley.
Research interests: Computer science education.

Ran Libeskind-Hadas, R. Michael Shanahan Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign [GTE Fellow].
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Computational biology, algorithms, optical networking.

Julie Medero, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of Washington.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Natural language processing.

George Montañez, Iris & Howard Critchell Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, Carnegie Mellon University
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: the intersection of computer science, algorithmic search and mathematics.

Melissa O’Neill, Csilla and Walt Foley Professor of Computer Science and Chair, Computer Science Department

Education: PhD, Simon Fraser University.
Research interests: Functional programming languages and parallelism.

Xanda Schofield ’13 Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, Cornell University
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: designing easy-to-use tools for large-scale corpus text mining, with a focus on distributional semantic models.

Christopher A. Stone, Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, Carnegie Mellon University
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Type theory, programming language semantics, object calculi and compilers, concurrency.

Elizabeth A. Sweedyk, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
Research interests: Algorithms, complexity theory, computational biology, visualization, computer games, and computer graphics.

Erin Talvitie, Associate Professor of Computer Science

日本一本道a不卡免费Education: PhD, University of Michigan

Research Interests: applications of machine learning to artificial intelligence, creation of artificial autonomous agents that can act flexibly and competently in unknown environments.

Katherine Elizabeth Trushkowsky, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Education: University of California, Berkeley.
Research interests: Database systems, human computation.

Benjamin Wiedermann, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, University of Texas at Austin.
Research interests: Programming languages.

Yi-Chieh (Jessica) Wu, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Education: PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Computational biology.

Department of Engineering

Lori C. Bassman, Professor of Engineering

Education: PhD, Stanford University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Deformation mechanisms in polycrystalline metals, computational mechanics and plant biomechanics.

Joshua Brake, Assistant Professor of Engineering

Education: PhD, California Institute of Technology.
Research interests: optical technologies to probe and measure brain activity, mind/body/machine interfaces (MBMI) to improve and expand human cognition.

Anthony Bright, John Leland Atwood Professor of Engineering Science

Education: PhD, University of Bradford, England.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: hydrodynamics of jets and drop formation.

Mary Cardenas, Anthony W. LaFetra Chair in Environmental Engineering

Education: PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Research interests: numerical modeling of the fate and transport of sediments and toxic contaminants in water, both surface waters and groundwater.

Philip D. Cha, Professor of Engineering and C.F. Braun & Company Fellow

Education: PhD, University of Michigan.
Research interests: Effects of parameter uncertainties on the dynamics of structures; model updating; imposing nodes for arbitrarily supported elastic structures during harmonic excitations; frequency analysis of combined dynamical systems; vibration of beams carrying spring-mass-damper systems; vibration suppression using oscillators.

Christopher Clark, Professor of Engineering and Associate Dean for Research and Experiential Learning

Education: PhD, Stanford University.
Research interests: multi-robot systems and their applications.

Albert Dato, Assistant Professor of Engineering

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: synthesis and applications of nanomaterials.

Ziyad H. Duron ’81, Jude and Eileen Laspa Professor of Engineering

Education: B.S. Harvey Mudd College, PhD, California Institute of Technology.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: earthquake engineering, aerospace engineering, fire engineering, system characterization, structural dynamics, field test procedures or large civil structures including large concrete dams.

Okitsugu Furuya, Clinical Professor of Engineering

日本一本道a不卡免费Education: PhD, California Institute of Technology.

Kash Gokli, Professor of Manufacturing Practice and Director, Engineering Clinic

Education: M.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Research interests: manufacturing, engineering, product development, quality management and process improvement.

David Harris, Harvey S. Mudd Professor of Engineering Design and Associate Department Chair

Education: PhD, Stanford University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Digital systems, integrated circuit design and microprocessors.

Gordon C. Krauss, Fletcher Jones Professor of Engineering Design

Education: PhD, Boston University.
Research interests: friction, wear and lubrication in mechanical and biological systems, design education.

Nancy K. Lape, Professor of Engineering and Interim Chair, Department of Engineering

Education: PhD, University of Minnesota.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: The effects of hydration and mechanical stretching on transport of drugs and toxins across human skin; Design and modeling of nanocomposite gas separation membranes; Engineering education.

Fred Leichter, Clinical Professor of Engineering and Director, Rick and Susan Sontag Center for Collaborative Creativity (The Hive)

Education: B.S., Mathematics, Swarthmore College
Research interests: design thinking, human centered design, creativity, innovation.

Patrick Little, J. Stanley and Mary Wig Johnson Professor of Engineering Management

Education: ScD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Research interests: transportation, reliability and management of engineered systems.

Leah Mendelson, Assistant Professor of Engineering

Education: PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research interests: biological and bio-inspired fluid dynamics and imaging techniques for fluid flow measurement.

Elizabeth J. Orwin ’95, James Howard Kindelberger Professor of Engineering and Chair, Department of Engineering

Education: B.S., Harvey Mudd College; PhD, University of Minnesota.
Research interests: Tissue engineering, bioreactor design and soft tissue biomechanics.

Steven Santana ’06, Assistant Professor of Engineering

Education: B.S., Harvey Mudd College; PhD, Cornell University
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: microfluidics and nanofluidics.

Matthew Spencer, Assistant Professor of Engineering

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: circuit design, MEMS.

R. Erik Spjut, Professor of Engineering, Union Oil Company Engineering Design Fellow

Education: PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Research interests: Materials processing (especially containerless), process control, optical diagnostics and heat transfer (especially radiant).

Tanja Srebotnjak, Hixon Professor of Sustainable Environmental Design

Education: PhD, Yale University.
Research interests: development and application of statistical methods for assessing environmental performance, benchmarking environmental and public health objectives, and health risks of unconventional energy development.

TJ Tsai, Assistant Professor of Engineering

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
Research interests: the intersection of signal processing, machine learning and music.

Ruye Wang, Professor of Engineering

Education: PhD, Rutgers University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: image processing, pattern recognition, vision systems, data mining, remote sensing, neural computation and bioinformatics.

Qimin Yang, Professor of Engineering and Interim Director, Engineering Clinic

Education: PhD, Princeton University.
Research interests: optical communications, optical packet switching networks, QoS in optical networks.

Werner Zorman, Walter and Leonore Annenberg Chair in Leadership

Education: Vienna University of Technology.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: leadership, communication skills, emotional intelligence, team building.

Emeriti Faculty

Mack Gilkeson, Professor of Engineering Emeritus

Education: Phd, University of Michigan
Research interests: chemical engineering

John I. Molinder, Professor of Engineering Emeritus

Education: PhD, California Institute of Technology
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: communication systems and signal processing

James E. Monson, Professor of Engineering Emeritus

J. Richard (Rich) Phillips, Professor of Engineering Emeritus

Donald S. Remer, Oliver C. Field Professor of Engineering Economics Emeritus

Education: PhD, California Institute of Technology.
Research interests: Management including technical and project management, leadership styles, engineering economics and capital investment evaluation and cost estimation.

Wing Cheung Tam, Professor of Engineering and Computer Science Emeritus

B. Samuel Tanenbaum, Professor of Life Sciences and Engineering and Dean Emeritus

Education: PhD, Yale University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Analysis of sustainability technologies and issues, particularly those related to energy use.

Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts

William Alves, Professor of Music

Education: DMA, University of Southern California.
Research interests: Music composition, computer music, tuning systems, abstract animation, gamelan and other world music.

Isabel Balseiro, Alexander and Adelaide Hixon Professor of Humanities and Professor of Comparative Literature

Education: PhD, New York University.
Research interests: Contemporary writers and filmmakers from Africa and Latin America. Teaches on cultural and race studies, cinema and postcolonial literatures.

David Cubek, Associate Professor of Music and Director of the Claremont Concert Orchestra, Scripps College (Joint Music Program)

Education: DMA, Northwestern University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: conducting symphonic and operatic repertoire; research on alternative modes of orchestral training and music as an interdisciplinary art form.

Ambereen Dadabhoy, Assistant Professor of Literature

Education: PhD, Claremont Graduate University
Research Interests: Early modern English literature; Shakespeare; postcolonial theory; East-West encounter.

Marianne de Laet, Professor of Anthropology and Science, Technology and Society

Education: PhD, University of Utrecht.
Research interests: Social studies of science; cultural anthropology; technology and culture; video game culture; practices of knowledge-making; collaboration and management in big science.

Erika W. Dyson, Willard W. Keith, Jr. Fellow in the Humanities and Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Education: PhD, Columbia University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: religion and science; intersections between social-change activism and religion; American religious history; and church and state.

Gary R. Evans, Ruth and Harvey Berry Professor of Entrepreneurial Leadership and Director, Entrepreneurial Network

Education: PhD, University of California, Riverside.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: financial institutions and small business development, enterprise and entrepreneurship.

Ken Fandell, Michael G. and C. Jane Wilson Chair in Arts and the Humanities and Avery Fellow

Education: MFA, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Research interests: interdisciplinary arts.

Alfred Flores, Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies

Education: PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
Research interests: Pacific Islander history, Asian American history, labor, militarization, race, settler colonialism.

Jeffrey D. Groves, Professor of Literature

Education: PhD, The Claremont Graduate School.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: nineteenth-century American literature and publishing, the history of the book.

Vivien Hamilton, Associate Professor of the History of Science

Education: PhD, University of Toronto.
Research interests: History of physics; history of medicine; gender and science; disciplinary cultures in science.

Charles W. Kamm, Associate Professor of Music and Director of Choirs, Scripps College (Joint Music Program)

Education: DMA, Yale University.
Research interests: Conductor of the Claremont Concert Choir and the Claremont Chamber Choir; professional vocal soloist and conductor; research on performance practices of renaissance and early Baroque music, 19th century nationalism in music and contemporary Scandinavian choral repertoire.

Rachel Mayeri, Professor of Media Studies

Education: MFA., University of California, San Diego.
Research interests: contemporary art, media studies (especially film studies), cultural studies, science studies, video and new media production and installation.

Salvador Plascencia, Assistant Professor of Creative Writing

Education: MFA, Syracuse University.
Research interests: creative writing; the novel as print technology.

David Seitz, Assistant Professor of Cultural Geography

Education: PhD, University of Toronto
Research interests: geographies of citizenship; feminist, critical race and queer theories; affect.

Paul F. Steinberg, Malcolm Lewis Chair in Sustainability and Society and Chair, Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and the Arts

Education: PhD, University of California Santa Cruz.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Comparative and international environmental politics; environmental governance in developing countries; biodiversity; research methods.

Lisa M. Sullivan, Vice President and R. Michael Shanahan Dean of the Faculty and Professor of Economic History

Education: PhD, University of Toronto.
Research interests: Economic anthropology and economic history, specifically the comparative history of work and work ethics; political economy of higher education.

Darryl Wright, Willard W. Keith, Jr. Fellow in the Humanities and Professor of Philosophy

Education: PhD, University of Michigan.
Research interests: History of ethics; moral and political philosophy.

Emeriti Faculty

Hal S. Barron, Louisa and Robert Miller Professor of Humanities

Education: M.A., PhD, University of Pennsylvania.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: History of rural America; immigration and ethnicity; food and American culture.

Tad A. Beckman, Professor Philosophy Emeritus

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: History of Western philosophy, philosophy of science and environmental philosophy. Founder of the HMC Center for Environmental Studies.

Michael Lamkin, Professor of Music Emeritus (Joint Music Program)

Education: PhD, University of Iowa.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Central European music and history 1750-1950, intersections of European cultures.

Richard G. Olson ’62, Professor of History Emeritus

Education: B.S. Harvey Mudd College; PhD, Harvard University.
Research interests: Historical interactions between developments in the natural sciences and other cultural domains, especially religion and ideology; Scientific and anti-scientific movements in the nineteenth century.

David S. Sanders, Professor of Literature Emeritus

Department of Mathematics

Arthur T. Benjamin, Smallwood Family Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, Johns Hopkins University.
Research interests: Combinatorics, game theory, and number theory, with particular emphasis on combinatorial proofs and Fibonacci numbers.

Andrew Bernoff, Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, Trinity College, Cambridge University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Fluid Mechanics including thin films, free surface problems, modelling of intermolecular forces, microfluidics and generation of micron-sized aerosols, mixing and advection/diffusion processes; material science, in particular continuum modelling and surface diffusion; mathematical methods, in particular dynamical systems, pattern formation self-similarity and scaling phenomena, and asymptotic methods.

Alfonso Castro, Robert and Barbara McAlister Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, University of Cincinnati.
Research interests: Existence, multiplicity and bifurcation of solutions to nonlinear partial differential equations, general applied mathematics.

Lisette G. de Pillis, Norman F. Sprague Jr., Professor of Life Sciences and Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Cancer immunology modeling, mathematical biology, optimal control, parallel computing, numerical analysis, computational fluid dynamics, numerical linear algebra.

Weiqing Gu, Robert and Barbara McAlister Professor of Mathematics

Education: M.A., PhD, University of Pennsylvania.
Research interests: Differential geometry and topology; geometrical modeling and design, applications to math-biology, applications to industrial mathematics (optimal control, encryption and color scheme).

Jon Jacobsen, Kenneth and Diana Jonsson Professor of Mathematics and Chair, Department of Mathematics

Education: PhD, University of Utah.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Partial differential equations, dynamical systems, pattern formation, mathematical biology.

Dagan Karp, Associate Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, University of British Columbia.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Geometry and algebraic geometry. Including quantum geometry, Gromov-Witten theory and related subjects.

Susan E. Martonosi,  Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Operations research techniques applied to problems in homeland security; other public sector applications of mathematical modeling.

Mohamed Omar, Joseph B. Platt Chair in Effective Teaching and Associate Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, University of California, Davis.
Research interests: Algebraic methods in graph theory and discrete/combinatorial optimization.

Michael Orrison Jr., Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, Dartmouth College.
Research interests: graph theory, voting theory, representation theory, computational noncommutative harmonic analysis.

Nicholas Pippenger, Professor of Mathematics

Education: PhD, MIT.
Research interests: discrete mathematics, probability, applications to computation and communication.

Francis Su, Benediktsson-Karwa Chair in Mathematics

Education: PhD, Harvard University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Geometric and topological combinatorics, fair division problems in game theory and mathematical economics.

Talithia D. Williams, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Associate Dean for Faculty Development

Education: PhD, Rice University.
Research interests: Statistical techniques applied to problems in the environment, dynamic space – time modeling, nonstationary covariance estimation, change-of-support problem.

Darryl H. Yong ’96, Professor of Mathematics, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity and Director, Mathematics Clinic

Education: B.S., Harvey Mudd College; PhD, University of Washington.
Research interests: partial differential equations and asymptotics, mathematics education.

Emeriti Faculty

Courtney S. Coleman, Professor of Mathematics Emeritus

John Greever, Professor of Mathematics Emeritus

Robert T. Ives, Associate Professor of Mathematics Emeritus

Henry A. Krieger, Professor of Mathematics Emeritus

Education: PhD, Brown University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Probability theory and stochastic processes.

Alden F. Pixley, Professor of Mathematics Emeritus

Department of Physics

Nicholas Breznay, Assistant Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, Stanford University
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research Interests: condensed matter physics

Thomas D. Donnelly, Professor of Physics and Chair of the Faculty

Education: PhD, University of California, Berkeley.
Research interests: Experimental laser physics, including studies of laser-driven fusion and related microfluid aerosols, the generation of polymer nanoparticles and nonlinear optics.

James C. Eckert, Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, University of Southern California.
Research interests: Magnetic thin films.

Ann Esin, Associate Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, Harvard University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Astrophysics, with a focus on observations and theoretical modeling of young stellar clusters.

Jason Gallicchio, Assistant Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, Harvard University
Research interests: experimental cosmology

Sharon Gerbode, Iris and Howard Critchell Associate Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, Cornell University.
Research interests: soft condensed matter.

Mark Ilton, Assistant Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, McMaster University
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: soft condensed matter

Theresa W. Lynn, Bruce and Susan Worster Professor of Physics and Chair, Department of Physics

Education: PhD, California Institute of Technology.
Research interests: Atomic and optical physics, including quantum optics; observational study of ultra-high energy cosmic rays.

Gregory A. Lyzenga ’75, Burton Bettingen Professor of Physics

Education: B.S., Harvey Mudd College; PhD, California Institute of Technology.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: geophysics, including observational study of crustal deformation and earthquakes using geodetic, seismological and gravimetric methods; computer simulation of tectonic processes.

Peter N. Saeta, Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, Harvard University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Nonlinear optics and semiconductor physics, including surface and buried interface effects, metal surfaces and nanoparticles; magneto-optics; plasmonics and solar energy conversion.

Vatche V. Sahakian, Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, University of Chicago.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Theoretical particle physics, string theory, quantum gravity, cosmology.

Brian Shuve, Assistant Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, Harvard University
Research interests: particle physics

Emeriti Faculty

Chih-Yung Chen, Associate Professor of Physics

Education: PhD, MIT.
Research interests: Solid-state physics, including electromagnetic and optical properties of high-temperature superconductors, semiconductors and magnetic materials.

Richard C. Haskell, Professor of Physics Emeritus

Education: PhD, The Johns Hopkins University.
Research interests: Biophysics and optics, including laser light scattering to study membranes and muscle; photon diffusion and optical coherence microscopy to image biological tissue.

Thomas M. Helliwell, Professor of Physics and Dean Emeritus

Education: PhD, California Institute of Technology.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Theoretical general relativity, relativistic astrophysics, and cosmology; the foundations of quantum theory.

Daniel C. Petersen, Professor of Physics Emeritus

Education: PhD, Harvard University.
Research interests: Biophysics, including physical properties of membranes, optical coherence microscopy; chaos.

William H. Sandmann, Professor of Physics Emeritus

Patricia D. Sparks, Professor of Physics Emeritus

Education: PhD, Cornell University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: solid-state physics, including study of the optical and magnetic properties of metals and interfaces.

John S. Townsend, Professor of Physics Emeritus

Education: PhD, The Johns Hopkins University.
日本一本道a不卡免费 Research interests: Theoretical particle physics and quantum field theory.

Jack H. Waggoner, Jr., Associate Professor of Physics Emeritus

Robert P. Wolf, Professor of Physics Emeritus

Education: PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Research interests: Energy resources, especially solar energy, environmental effects; Nonlinear phenomena, including chaotic behavior; computer modeling; Solid state physics, especially low-temperature phase transitions.