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Extractions: Physics is the natural science that deals with the properties and interactions of matter and radiation. As such, physics provides the fundamental basis for all other sciences, and for such applied sciences as engineering and the health sciences. California State University, Fullerton, offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics which affords excellent preparation either for graduate study in physics and related areas, or for entry-level positions in industry or government. An optional business emphasis in our BS program is the first in the nation to provide training in entrepreneurship to undergraduate physics majors. We also offer the Master of Science degree in Physics . This degree, which has both an examination and a thesis option emphasizes applications, but also provides opportunities for work in basic physics and physics education. The Physics Department at CSUF offers a high degree of flexibilility in course selection and scheduling. Most required undergraduate courses are offered both during day and in the early evening, and we provide a relatively large number of upper-division elective units. This makes it possible for majors in other sciences, mathematics, engineering, or computer science to complete a second major in physics. Our graduate courses are offered primarily in the late afternoon and evening. The strength of our programs are their small class sizes and the individual attention that our faculty provides to our students. The Physics Department operates a
Five College Physics Research Five College physics research. Below is a clickable map of areas of physics research. Clicking on any of the areas will open up a new page listing all faculty in the five college consortium researching in that area. LowTemperature physics. Nuclear physics. chaos Theory and Nonlinear physics Semiconductor optics. special interest in III-V and II http://www.fivecolleges.edu/deptprog/physics/research.htm
Extractions: Five College Physics Research Below is a clickable map of areas of physics research. Clicking on any of the areas will open up a new page listing all faculty in the five college consortium researching in that area. Below that map is an introduction to five college faculty research organized by the institution within which the research is being pursued. Nanoscale Physics Physics Education Optics and Solid State Physics Low-Temperature Physics ... Universtity of Massachussetts Physics Research Amherst College Physics Research Prof. David Hall We are constructing and optimizing an apparatus to study Bose-Einstein Condensation, a macroscopic occupation of the quantum ground state of a system. We plan to use this as a vehicle to study ultracold interatomic collisions in 87Rb. The 87Rb atoms are first collected, cooled and confined in a dual Magneto-Optic Trap (MOT) system. They are then loaded from the second MOT into a magnetic trap and evaporatively cooled until a sufficiently high phase-space density is achieved to realize Bose-Einstein Condensation. Prof. Larry Hunter
Undergraduate Physics Research At Bucknell is based was conducted during special summer research programs, while some was done during Pattern Formation and chaos (Experiment) Professor Tom Solomon. Atomic physics (Experiment) http://www.eg.bucknell.edu/physics/research.html
Extractions: E STABLISHED R ECORD OF U NDERGRADUTE P ARTICIPATION IN P HYSICS R ESEARCH The Bucknell Physics Department is particularly proud of the opportunities we provide for undergraduate participation in ongoing faculty research. In the the years 1998-2003, 19 undergraduates have appeared as co-authors with Physics Department faculty members on articles published in scientific journals (or articles submitted for publication). During the same period 25 additional papers with undergraduate co-authors have been presented at national meetings of the American Physical Society, the American Astronomical Society, and other profession organizations, often with students attending the meeting and delivering the presentation. Some of the research on which these papers is based was conducted during special summer research programs, while some was done during the academic year (see below). R ecent P apers with ... uthors R ESEARCH O PPORTUNITIES R esearch E xperiences for ... rogram
Extractions: Condensed Matter Theory Dear Reader, Below you will see a list of educational articles, of which most are available on-line. Though, for obvious reasons, the selection of the topics can't fail to reflect my own research interests, I have tried to adhere to certain principles when compiling this list. These principles are: I have used or am still using most of the articles in this list. Thus my idea was to share all these useful papers with those visitors of my page who have interests in condensed matter theory. Akakii. STRONGLY INTERACTING SYSTEMS: General; - QUASI ONE-DIMENSIONAL CONDUCTORS: General; - QUANTUM PHASE TRANSITIONS: General; Josephson Junctions; Metal-Insulator Transitions; - MESOSCOPIC PHYSICS: General;
Particle-Surface Resources On The Internet The NIMB special Issues Catalog from Elsevier is now available on the web. MaartenVos at the research School of physics of the Australian National http://chaos.fullerton.edu/mhslinks.html
Extractions: This page is maintained by Dr. Mark H. Shapiro at the Department of Physics, California State University, Fullerton . The information is believed to be accurate; however, use of the information is at your own risk. Mention of commercial services or suppliers does not constitute an endorsement. The information is provided purely as a convenience to the research community. Please e-mail me ( ) with any internet resource that would be useful to the particle-surface research community. I will add it to this list. Likewise, if you find that a link or other resource has moved, or is no longer available, please let me know. The Particle-Solid mailing list is an excellent means to send e-mail to the particle-surface community. The e-mail address for the list is email@example.com
Extractions: e-mail: Dr. Heidi Fearn is now the graduate for the Physics Department. She can be reached by email (hfearn @ fullerton . edu). For the past 15 years my research efforts have focused mainly on molecular-dynamics simulations of ion-surface interactions. I am interested in learning more about the basic physics of atom and cluster ejection from surfaces (sputtering), collision cascades, and energy loss by atoms and clusters as they penetrate surfaces. Several undergraduate students from CSUF, Caltech, and other CSU campuses have participated in this research. Currently, CSUF graduate student Ping Lu is working with me on these projects. This research has been funded by grants from the National Science Foundation. My previous NSF grant (DMR-9312468) included a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) supplement. My most recent NSF grant (DMR-9712538), which was funded in May of 1997 included an REU supplement for undergrads as well as some funding for M.S. students. To learn about some of my recent research work click on the first link below. (This section is a bit out-of date.) To obtain references to my recent publications, including publications with student co-authors, click on the second link. The third link will take you to a page containing links to other groups who carry out similar work, and to compilations of information useful in particle-surface research.
Theoretical Research Groups complicated phase diagrams whose analysis requires special techniques. ProfessorSteven Tomsovic s research focuses on chaos, semiclassical methods http://www.physics.wsu.edu/Research/theory.htm
Extractions: Theoretical Research Groups Professor Doerte Blume Professor Michael Miller is a condensed matter theorist whose interests include the statistical mechanics of model nonlinear systems, classical and quantum liquid surfaces and interfaces. Recently Professor Miller has been examining the equation of state of 3He in surface states in superfluid 4He films, a two-dimensional fermi liquid. This work requires developing new techniques for treating a strongly-correlated, inhomogeneous fermion system with a frequency dependent effective interaction. In addition, he is studying the ground-states of classical systems with competing length scales. This system can have enormously complicated phase diagrams whose analysis requires special techniques. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Physics Research Guide This is a general research guide for the undergraduate and graduate courses in OSU's physics program. You'll find suggestions for locating books, articles, topical overviews, research tools, and factual information. and abstracts for research articles in physics, computer science and http//chaos.fullerton.edu/mhslinks.html. physics Resources PAM) Division of the special Libraries Association http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/research/srg/physics.htm
Extractions: @import url(/css/library.css); OSU Libraries Catalog Summit (Orbis) Databases E-Journals ... Other Catalogs This is a general research guide for the undergraduate and graduate courses in OSU's Physics program. You'll find suggestions for locating books, articles, topical overviews, research tools, and factual information. If further assistance is needed, please contact the subject librarian for Physics to arrange an appointment: Laurel Kristick , ph# 737-7276, Laurel.Kristick@oregonstate.edu Quicklinks Off-Campus Access ILL Forms Academic Search Elite Indexes about 1250 publications including general interest and scientific magazines and some newspapers as well as many research journals. Abstracts included and many articles are full-text. The Valley Library subscribes to most of the magazines and journals indexed in this database. Useful for finding information on current issues in the news media. 1983-present
AUSHEP Home Page NOMAD also at CERN; chaos - at Canada s National Meson research visit the NationalInstitute for Theoretical physics and the special research Centre for http://www.ph.unimelb.edu.au/epp/aushep/aushep.html
Extractions: AUSHEP (Australian Institute for High Energy Physics) High Energy Particle Physics (HEP) is an exciting, high profile discipline which explores the basic structure of matter and the fundamental forces in nature. Armed with our present knowledge we can scientifically approach some of the most fundamental intellectual questions ever asked: What was the universe like a billionth of a second after it was created? What will be its fate? What is the origin of mass? Is matter intrinsically stable? The Australian Institute for High Energy Physics (AUSHEP) was founded in 1989 on the initiative of the High Energy Physics groups from the Universities of Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney . The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation ( ANSTO ) and the University of Wollongong later joined AUSHEP as full members, and the University of N.S.W. and the Australian National University joined as Associate Members. To promote and coordinate research in HEP in Australia. To encourage theoretical HEP, and in particular the symbiosis between theory and experiment. With the consent of the members to act as the representative body in Australia in a large number of areas, both domestic and international.
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Bryn Mawr College molecular physics, quantum optics, gas laser theory, nonlinear dynamics, and chaos. Moreinformation about the research programs special Skills Requirements. http://www.brynmawr.edu/gsas/fields_study/physics.shtml
Extractions: Graduate Seminars and Courses The program is designed to give each student both a broad background in physics and a high degree of expertise in a chosen field of research. The department is small, and to provide a breadth of coverage in physics, the faculty members have different specialties covering a variety of topics and research interests. Students and faculty members work closely together. The formal graduate course work is handled in small courses or tutorials which can be tailored to the needs of the students. Students may also take introductory or advanced graduate courses at the University of Pennsylvania or at Drexel University in nearby Philadelphia (about thirty minutes by car or train). Some research projects are of an interdisciplinary nature, involving two or more groups in the Physics, Biology, Mathematics, and Chemistry Departments. In the past 20 years (1980-2001), the Physics Department has awarded 19 Ph.D.s and 21 M.A.s. Most of these degree recipients are currently employed as physicists. Many have held postdoctoral fellowships. Some are on college or university faculties, and others are employed by industry or government. Research in the department has been recognized and sponsored by funding from agencies such as the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the American Chemical Society, Research Corporation and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Physics Department's research programs have also been supported by a variety of generous grants to Bryn Mawr College from many corporations, foundations, and private individuals. The facilities and equipment available for experimental research are of high quality and enable each research group to remain competitive in its area. Graduate students find a supportive and stimulating environment.
Introductory Physics Sequences « Undergraduate that the student might pursue a career in research. physics Frontiers I Mechanics(4). time permits, including fractals and chaos, special relativity, fluid http://www.phys.cwru.edu/undergrad/Intro Physics Sequences.php
Extractions: Case Undergraduate Physics Courses Faculty Research ... Events Introductory Physics Sequences Degree Programs Course Descriptions Physics Majors at CWRU Senior Projects ... Graduate Studies INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS SEQUENCES (last updated on November 8, 2003) Jump to: AP credit - for high school Advanced Placement courses Proficiency Exams - receive course credit by taking an exam Transfer Credit - credit for courses taken at another institution The Department of Physics offers three different sets of introductory physics courses for students whose major requires a physics sequence. 7 total meetings during a semester ). Any of these sequences is accepted for a Physics Major ( although PHYS 115/116 is accepted only for the Physics B.A. degree A traditional physics sequence would also include a third course such as PHYS 221, Introduction to Modern Physics. Until a few years ago, almost all engineering and BS science majors took PHYS 221 but this requirement was dropped by the accreditation board for engineering and now only selected departments retain that requirement. The PHYS 115/116 sequence is designed for students working towards a B.A. in science, primarily life sciences, and covers the material that is tested by the MCAT exams. PHYS 115 is offered in the fall and PHYS 116 is offered in the spring. PHYS 115 and PHYS 116 are also offered in succession each summer, at a very accelerated pace, so that students may complete both in one summer.
Research « Physics Department that include astroparticle physics, chaos theory, quantum computing, entrepreneurialphysics, superconductivity, and system, a special rf receive http://www.phys.cwru.edu/research/index.php?section=biomed&what=nmr
Extractions: Gyrotron Research in Finland HUT Department of Engineering Physics and Mathematics Advanced Energy Systems Fusion and plasma physics / Gyrotron Research in Finland Electron-cyclotron heating of plasmas is playing an increasing role in tokamak plasma research and is a required plasma heating method in stellarator research. This heating is provided by gyrotrons. Gyrotron is a microwave generator whose operation is based on the stimulated cyclotron radiation of electrons oscillating in a static magnetic field. The radio frequency radiation is excited by gyrating electrons bunched near the phase in which they yield their energy to the high-frequency field. The phase bunching is due to the relativistic dependence of the electron mass on its velocity. Back to Index The gyrotron research in Finland started in 1993. It is done at the Helsinki University of Technology. No gyrotron experiments are performed in the country. The research work can be grouped as follows. Participation in theoretical work on the world-wide development of specific advanced gyrotrons.
NSF RESEARCH EXPERIENCE FOR UNDERGRADUATES: why the program at USU is special to the and population coupling to make chaos a successful physicsand biology undergraduates in research projects, including http://www.physics.usu.edu/reu.html
Extractions: with assitance from the Mathematics and Statistics and Physics Departments "spatio-temporal chaos" The USU REU is a highly interdisciplinary program involving research mentors from the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics Physics Biology , Forest Resources, and Civil and Electrical Engineering . Projects deal with modeling nonlinear biological and physical phenomena, using differential equations and cellular automata. All projects emphasize numerical and visualization methods and the participants selected for this program will have some computer literacy. Participants can expect to be exposed to such tools as MatLab, Mathematica, and Stella, and, in some cases, to be responsible for generating code in some standard programming language such C, C++, or FORTRAN. Participants will: Work closely with individual faculty mentors Be housed for free in university housing Receive continued guidance on their research and on their communication skills from their mentors and other program personnel Receive course credit for attending a class dealing with the applications of nonlinear dynamics Be paid $2,500 for the eight weeks
Related Links Virtual Journal of Biological physics research; NASA Astrophysics Data System; UnitedStates National chaos and Complexity Theory special Interest Group http://pma.sun.ac.za/links.html
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Physics Department special topics include chaos theory and relativity. These may includetopics of special interest to the student or research. http://www.goshen.edu/physics/coursesoffered.php3
Extractions: //Breadcrumb navigation name var crumbTitle = " Faculty Research> "; Administration Administrative Resources Campus Services Campus Map ... DU Directory Recent Outreach Activities The Department of Physics is very active in workshops, science fairs, and presentations for middle and high school students. Every year in the fall, Professor Fritelli conducts special workshops for talented high school students. These workshops, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science, are devoted to astronomy and cosmology. Also, at various University open houses and related functions, Professor Fritelli gives slideshow talks on astronomy and cosmology to visiting middle school and high school students and their families. In many cases, the middle school and high school audiences visiting Duquesne are quite large (150-250 students). Professor Manner is on the Board of Directors and is a workshop coordinator for the Expanding Your Horizons annual conference (for girls, grades 6-12). Professor Manner has served on the Pennsylvania Science Talent Search Selection Committee, as a judge for the Pennsylvania Academy of Science Invention Convention, and as a judge for the Mon-Yough Science Fair. Other faculty serve as judges for various science fairs. Also, every year our Department contributes financial support to the Carnegie Science Center for the Pittsburgh Regional School Science and Engineering Fair, which is traditionally held at Duquesne University in the Spring. At this fair, two awards in physics are presented to a senior division student on behalf of our Department.
Physics Research Also, a special course was taught for school officials with scientists at the NationalResearch Council of into new studies of classical and quantum chaos. http://www.uccs.edu/~physics/research.html
Extractions: Over the last four years, our faculty have averaged a total of 12 refereed publications per year (2 per faculty member per year). At a university with a heavy teaching commitment this level of productivity is excellent. Our department is one of the leading departments on campus in grant and contract activity as well. Specific faculty accomplishments are listed alphabetically. In recent years, Richard Blade's professional efforts have been increasingly devoted to motion simulation in virtual reality. He directs a research group including four other people in the design of a virtual reality motion simulator. In 1993, he received an outstanding paper award for a paper published by the Computer Simulation Society in connection with the project. While the purpose of the research is basic understanding of the human-computer interface, it is anticipated that the research will ultimately result in a marketable product. Dr. Blade will be retiring in May, 2004. Robert Camley's primary research interest has been in the fundamental properties of magnetic layered systems. This subject has been quite exciting recently, particularly in two topics phase transitions and magnetoresistance. The layered magnetic structure is a new class of material with its magnetic properties adjustable by the layering. This work has been supported by a major grant from the Army Research Office. Since 1990, Dr. Camley has authored over 50 publications in international refereed journals. He has presented more than 25 invited talks since 1990 including talks at Oxford and Cambridge. He has significant international collaborations with groups at the University of Essex, Cambridge University, University of Nancy, France and the University of California, Irvine among others. Dr. Camley received the campus and college Outstanding Research awards.