Abdullatif Y. Hamad, Professor and Department Chair
Office AH-3122 618-650-2472 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lab SL-0215 618-650-2897
B.S. and Ph.D., Oklahoma State University
Experimental Physics: Optical properties of materials. Materials for data storage and communication including novel glasses for laser-induced refractive index gratings; nonlinear optical properties of materials using laser techniques.
Edward Ackad, Assistant Professor
Office AH-3124 618-650-2390 email@example.com
B.S., Concordia University, Ottawa
Ph.D., York University
Computational/Theoretical Physics: Ultra-intense light-matter interactions. Currently investigating the classical and quantum response of clusters in ultra-intense laser pulses using HPC (including GPUs). Other interests include computational models of other systems using HPC.
Hernando Garcia, Associate Professor
Office AH-3127 618-650-2474 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lab SL-0215 618-650-2897
B.S., New Jersey Institute of Technology
M.S., Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, Piscataway
Ph.D., New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, Piscataway
Experimental Physics: Nonlinear Optics, nonlinearities in optical fibers, supercontinuum generation and optical shock formation in optical fibers, dynamics of the coherent properties of optical pulses in fibers, ultrafast Spectroscopy.
Jack Glassman, Associate Professor
Office AH-3123 618-650-2035 email@example.com
B.S., University of Arizona
M.S. and Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Experimental Physics: Optics (classical and quantum), laser Physics, spectroscopy. Currently investigating the application of nonlinear optical amplifiers to problems in Fourier optics.
David H. Kaplan, Associate Professor
Office AH-3126 618-650-2479 firstname.lastname@example.org
B.A., New York University
M.S. and Ph.D., Cornell University
Experimental Physics: Scintillating fibers and cosmic ray detection, in collaboration with a cosmic ray astrophysics group at Washington University (St. Louis). Currently setting up a lab with students at SIUE to determine photon yields and attenuation properties of scintillating fibers of the sort planned for use in orbiting cosmic ray experiments.
Jeffrey A. Sabby, Associate Professor
Office AH-3120 618-650-5326 email@example.com
B.S. (Physics and Mathematics), University of Arkansas Fayetteville
M.A. and Ph.D. (Physics and Astronomy), University of Arkansas Fayetteville
Astronomy: Current research on the theory of stellar evolution, especially on methods of testing the validity of its details. Working as part of an international collaboration to determine accurate fundamental astrophysical data on stars in eclipsing binary and multiple star systems: orbital parameters, masses, radii, luminosities, and internal structure of the stars. Another interest involves the development of automated telescopic observing systems, not only to further my own eclipsing binary and multiple star system research, but also to expand undergraduate student astronomical research.
Karen K. Vardanyan, Assistant Professor
Office AH-3119A 618-650-3148 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lab SL-0215 618-650-2897
B.S. (Physics), Yerevan State University, Armenia
M.S. (Material Sciences and Engineering), State Engineering University of Armenia
Ph.D. (Experimental Condensed Matter Physics), Institute of Applied Problems of Physics, National Academy of Sciences, Armenia
Experimental Physics: Electro-optical properties and phase transitions of liquid crystal composite materials.
Mohammad S. Yousef, Assistant Professor
Office AH-3121 618-650-3903 email@example.com
B.S. and M.S., Cairo University, Egypt
Ph.D., Florida State University
Biophysics: Biophysical characterization and 3D structure determination of proteins involved in stem cell differentiation, enzymology, transcription regulation, carcinogenesis, and rational based drug design. The main techniques used in my research include x-ray crystallography, molecular biology, biochemistry, molecular docking, and computational modeling.
Office AH-3119 618-650-2472 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office AH-3101A 618-650-2599 email@example.com
B.S. (Applied Mathematics), University of Missouri, St. Louis
M.S. (Physics), University of Missouri, St. Louis
Ph.D. (Physics), Missouri University of Science and Technology
Richard R. Boedeker, Emeritus Professor
B.S., M.S. and Ph.D., Saint Louis University
Arthur J. Braundmeier, Emeritus Professor
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B.S., Eastern Illinois University
M.S. and Ph.D., University of Tennessee
Experimental Physics: Optics; surface physics; thin films and their optical characteristics.
George A. Henderson, Emeritus Professor
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B.S., M.S. and Ph.D., Georgetown University
Roger C. Hill, Emeritus Professor
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B.S. and Ph.D., California Institute of Technology
Theoretical Physics: Mathematical physics; currently writing a textbook on senior-level quantum mechanics.
P. Narayana Swamy, Emeritus Professor
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B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. (Theoretical Physics), Delhi University, India
Theoretical Physics: Quantum field theory, S-matrix theory, Regge poles, relativistic bound-state problems, symmetries, current algebra, spontaneous symmetry breakdown, quantum electrodynamics, quantum chromodynamics, gauge theories, finite temperature field theory, superconductivity, quantum Hall effect, q-deformed oscillators, statistical mechanics, mathematical physics.