Faculty & Staff

Administration

Department Head: Dr. Leigh Smith

Undergraduate Director: Dr. Richard Gass

Graduate Director: Dr. Rostislav Serota

Full-Time Faculty

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Philip C. Argyres

Professor, Physics

404 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

Philip Argyres works on various topics in theoretical particle physics, string theory, general relativity, and cosmology. 
For his publications, see his website http://homepages.uc.edu/~argyrepc/ .
For his cv, contact him directly at philip.argyres@uc.edu .
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Adam J Aurisano

Assistant Professor, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Matthew Bronson Bayliss

Assistant Professor, Physics

441 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

I work to solve problems in observational astrophysics and cosmology. I am an observer by trade and enjoy working with instrumentation and data at all wavelengths, though I am especially proficient with data in the optical and infrared. My scientific expertise is in observational cosmology and extragalactic astrophysics, with both galaxy clusters and high-redshifts galaxies. The broad goal of my research is to describe the way in which structure on the largest observable scales developed into its current form, starting from the Big Bang.
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Colin A Bischoff

Assistant Professor, Physics

421 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0515


Web page for Cincinnati CMB Group

Dr. Colin Bischoff studies the polarization of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) to learn about the origin of the universe. The CMB is a relic radiation field that was emitted shortly after the Big Bang. By studying CMB polarization, he hopes to detect a signal of primordial gravitational waves that are predicted by inflation, our leading theory of the conditions that produced the Big Bang. Dr. Bischoff’s efforts span instrumentation, telescope operations, and data analysis. Two currently operating telescopes at the South Pole, BICEP3 and BICEP Array, are currently producing the most sensitive CMB polarization data for this purpose. He is also involved in planning for the future CMB Stage 4 experiment.
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C. J. Bolech

Professor, Physics

427 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0529

Research Areas

Strongly Correlated Quantum Systems (SCQS): This includes many-body and quantum-field theories, quantum fluids, integrable systems, quantum information and tensor networks, non-equilibrium transport, mesoscopic systems, ultracold atomic gases and optical lattices, unconventional superconductivity, strongly correlated electrons (e.g., quantum impurities and heavy fermions).


Main interests

Prof. Bolech is an applied mathematical physicist working mainly on the domains of theoretical Atomic-Molecular-Optical and Condensed-Matter&Materials physics (TAMOP and CMMT, respectively). From a technical perspective, his present TAMOP focus is on the use of generalized coherent states, tensor networks and non-linear optimization; while on the CMMT side he is currently focused on bosonization, renormalization and entanglement. His main interest is on SCQS. Strong correlations are one of the main theoretical (viz. computational and mathematical) challenges of current frontier problems in many areas of physics; ranging from condensed-matter to atomic, nuclear and particle physics. For example, strong nonlinear behaviours can be found in numerous systems such as heavy fermions, high-temperature superconductors, organic conductors, or quantum wires and dots (to the study of all of which he has contributed). Bolech's work combines the use and development of different computational and analytic non-perturbative approaches. These are applied to problems like the realization of exotic superconducting states of matter in optical lattices, the interplay of mixed valence and multi-channel Kondo physics in heavy fermions and quantum dots, the quantum tunneling of particles in correlated mesoscopic systems, the dynamics of vortices in quantum condensates, or the sudden expansion of interacting atomic gases.
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Joachim Moritz Brod

Asst Professor, Physics

420 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0524

Joachim Brod is working in theoretical high-energy physics. His particular interests are flavor physics, dark matter, precision probes of new physics, and multiloop calculations using computer algebra.
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F Paul Esposito

Professor, Physics

440 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0636

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Richard G Gass

Research Professional, Assistant Professor-Adjunct, Undergraduate Director, Physics

410 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0519

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Margaret M. Hanson

Associate Dean for Natural Sciences, Professor, Physics

155B McMicken Hall

513-556-5858

Prof. Hanson's research in observational (experimental) astronomy has extended from the ultraviolet, optical, infrared, millimeter and into the centimeter wavelengths.  Her most recent research uses infrared spectroscopy of hot, massive stars to characterize massive stellar clusters found deeply embedded within our Milky Way Galaxy. From 2005 to 2012, she served as Associate Editor-in-Chief for The Astronomical Journal, the oldest professional science journals in astronomy in the United States and among the most prestigious.  In 2011, she moved to the Graduate School, to serve as Associate University Dean.  In 2016, she returned to the College of Arts & Sciences as the Associate, then Divisional Dean for Natural Sciences.  In 2021, she became interim Dean for the College.

For an up-to-date listing of publications, please see her: Google Scholar Page
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Conor Henderson

Associate Professor, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

Conor Henderson joined the University of Cincinnati faculty in 2021 as an Associate Professor in the Physics Department. His research focuses on experimental elementary particle physics at the energy frontier, with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. He received his undergraduate degree in physics and applied mathematics from Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, and his PhD in physics from MIT. Before joining UC, he held postdoctoral research appointments with MIT and CERN, and was a faculty member at the University of Alabama.
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Philip James Ilten

Asst Professor, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Pratheesh Kumar Jakkala

Assistant Professor Educator, Physics

438 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-2346

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Paul Derek Justice

Assistant Professor Educator, Physics

443 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Alexander L. Kagan

Professor, Physics

405 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0516

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Kay Kinoshita

Professor, Physics

413 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0536

Experimental Particle Physics: CP violation in B meson system, Symmetries in Heavy Flavor Physics, Bs mesons and Bottomonia; Member of Belle and Belle II experiments.  Physical origins of radiation effects in biology.
Web Page:  http://homepages.uc.edu/~kinoshky/
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Kathleen M Koenig

Professor, Physics

417 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0507

Dr. Kathy Koenig is a Professor in the Physics Department with an Affiliate Appointment in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services.  Prior to coming to the University of Cincinnati, she taught high school physics for 6 years at Roger Bacon High School in Cincinnati, OH.  She later earned her PhD in Physics Education and spent six years as a faculty member in the Department of Physics at Wright State University in Dayton, OH.  Her research interests include the implementation and evaluation of teaching pedagogies that support student success and retention in introductory college-level STEM courses (primary focus is physics), along with the development and evaluation of curriculum that targets K-16 student scientific reasoning abilities.  Dr. Koenig’s research has attracted over $6.4 million from NSF and NIH since 2006, and her published research appears in top-tier, peer-reviewed journals including Science and Physical Review Special Topics: Physics Education Research as well as journals for practicing educators such as Journal of College Science Teaching and Science Scope.  She has also received approximately $750,000 to support efforts in K-12 in-service teacher training.  She has presented over 30 invited talks at international and national forums along with over 150 contributed talks and posters at national and international forums.  She was inducted into UC's Academy of Teaching Fellows in 2016, a 2013 Ohio Magazine Excellence in Education Honoree, a two time Darwin T. Turner Breakfast of Champions Awardee (2012, 2015) and has been awarded the 2011 Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology at the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning as well as the 2009 Presidential Early Career Achievement Award.  
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Andrei B. Kogan

Associate Professor, Physics

422 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0639

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Yashar Komijani

Assistant Professor, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0505

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Alexandru Maries

Assistant Professor - Educator, Physics

442 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0547

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David B Mast

Associate Professor, Physics

402 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0548

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Alan J. Schwartz

Professor, Physics

419 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0527

Professor Schwartz studies heavy B and D mesons at the Belle & Belle II experiments running at the KEK laboratory in Japan. He specializes in CP violation, mixing, and other rare phenonema. He was the co-leader of the Heavy Flavor Averaging Group for more than ten years, is a reviewer for the Particle Data Group, and is a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
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Rostislav A. Serota

Associate Professor, Graduate Director, Physics

429 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0538

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Leigh Morris Smith

Professor and Department Head, Physics

424 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0457

Personal Web Page:  http://homepages.uc.edu/~smithlm/
Leigh Smith is a condensed matter experimentalist who looks at the electronic, phononic, and spin properties of semiconductors and semimetals.  His most recent work has been on Topological Insulators and Weyl Semimetals.
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Michael D. Sokoloff

Professor, Physics

411 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0533

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Alexandre B. Sousa

Associate Professor, Physics

418 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-9691

Personal Web Page: http://homepages.uc.edu/~sousaae

Alex Sousa is an Associate Professor in the Physics Department with primary research interests on Experimental High-Energy Physics.  Prior to coming to the University of Cincinnati in 2012, he earned his Ph.D. from Tufts University, Medford, MA, under the supervision of Jacob Schneps in 2006. He went on to hold positions as post-doctoral Research Assistant at the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, working with Alfons Weber, and Research Associate at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, working with Gary Feldman.  His research work focuses in understanding and measuring the properties of neutrinos, being a member of three US-based long-baseline neutrino experiments, NOvA, DUNE, and MINOS+, that have made and will continue to make the most precise measurements of several neutrino oscillation parameters. Furthermore, they will address fundamental questions about neutrinos that have profound implications in our understanding of Universe evolution, such as whether neutrino interactions violate CP conservation, or how is the ordering of the three neutrino masses structured. Alex Sousa’s research has received major funding support through grants from DOE's HEP program and the SciDAC-4 Computational Science program. He is the recipient of a ORAU Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award (2014), and of a UC College of Arts & Sciences Risisng Star award (2017). He has been awarded three Fermilab Intensity Frontier Fellowships (2013-2014, 2018, 2019) supporting neutrino research at Fermilab and more recently the overall coordination of the installation, commissioning, and operations of the NOvA Test Beam detector and beamline.  In teaching, Alex Sousa has championed the use of active learning methods in the Department and served as departmental Teaching & Learning Liaison from 2016 through 2018. He is a 2018 Darwin T. Turner Breakfast of Champions Awardee, and an active member of the Department's Diversity and Inclusion Committee. 
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Hans Peter Wagner

Associate Professor, Physics

438 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0540

Website: http://homepages.uc.edu/~wagnerhp/

Expertise: Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) and organic molecular beam deposition (OMBD); Semiconductor nanostructures organic thin films and organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs); Exciton transition and coherent relaxation dynamics of exitons; Nonlinear optical properties of semiconductors and organics time resolved spectroscopic techniques;

Research: Organic molecular beam deposition (OMBD) and optical characterization of organic and hybrid organic/semiconductor nanostructures. Fabrication of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs). Study of linear and nonlinear optical properties in organic/semiconductor waveguides and nanostructures: - Stimulated emission - Second harmonic generation - Two-photon absorption - Coherent exciton dynamics in II-VI quantum wells, - wires and – dots using the experimental technique of four wave mixing (FWM) - Phase Coherent Photorefractivity (PCP) in semiconductor quantum wells; Optical Coherence Imaging (OCI) and contrast enhanced holographic imaging (CEHI) using phase coherent photorefractive quantum wells. Fabrication and investigation of plasmonic waveguides and of plasmonic organic/semiconductor nanowire heterostructures. 
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L.C.R. Wijewardhana

Professor, Physics

426 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0535

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Jure Zupan

Assoc. Professor, Physics

403 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-5238

Personal webpage here. 

Graduate Students

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Fawaz Saer H Albalawi

Physics

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Samia Saleh Alyami

Student Worker, Physics

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Jeffrey K Chin

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Anthony Brennan Crawford

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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David Duenas

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Bibek Dulal

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Mohamed Ramadan Elashri

Graduate Assistant, Physics

High Energy Physics Graduate Student
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Alexander Matthew Gale

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Michael Raven Alexander Gassis

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Christos Giannakopoulos

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Chamindu Chintha Gunatilaka

Physics

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Emma Marie Hand

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Jacob William Kautz

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Elina Klysheva

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Savannah Leigh Koch

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Benjamin George Kolengowski

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Samuel M Linser

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Jiong Liu

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Aleksandar Ljepoja

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Hong Hoang Anh Hong Luu

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Ryan Hamilton Massie

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Anthony David Menzo

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Gabriel Matthew Nowak

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Haejun Oh

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Steven Michael Palladino

Physics

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Cheryl A Pappenheimer

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Zachary Alex Polonsky

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Miriama Rajaoalisoa

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Mohira Nacib Rassel

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Joshua Aaron Roberson

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Asu Maliik Rolland

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Aman Sangal

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Carlos Eduardo Sarasty

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Craig Mason Street

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Lauren Grace Street

Affiliate or Student for Research, Physics

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Chia-Wei Tu

Visiting Scholar, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Owen Charles Tyoe

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Mitchell Thomas Weaver

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Kyle Joseph Weeks

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Ahmed Youssef

Graduate Assistant, Physics

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Donald Michael Zito

Graduate Assistant, Physics

Other Faculty

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Aaron Gustav Parker Eiben

Physics

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Davin C Flateau

Instructor - Adjunct Ann, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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T Michael Flick

Associate Professor-Adjunct, Physics

French Hall

513-556-4050

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Cenalo Vaz

Associate Professor-Adjunct, Associate Professor, Physics

355A BA MUNTZ

513-558-1638

Post-Doc Fellows/ Research Associates

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Simon Pierre-Henri Akar

Research Associate, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Hulya Atmacan

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Saurabh Bansal

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Thomas Julian Boettcher

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Daniel Evangelho Vieira

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Yang Ge

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Yinghui Guan

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Jeremy Edmund Thomas Hewes

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

630-840-6827

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Giriraj Jnawali

Research Associate, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Keunho Kim

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

436 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

Personal Academic Website:
https://sites.google.com/view/astrokeunhokim
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Sandra Kvedaraite

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Longke Li

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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David Townsend Northacker

Research Associate, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Holger Schulz

Physics

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Marian Stahl

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Tarak Nalinkumar Thakore

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

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Michael James Wallbank

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

331-814-6766

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Barbara Susete Yaeggy Alvarez

Post Doc Fellow, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0501

Retired Faculty

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William S Chow

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

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Robert J Endorf

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

428 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0530

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Henry Fenichel

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

219 Geology-Physics Building

513-936-8164

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Bernard Goodman

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

428 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0537

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Howard Everett Jackson

Professor, Physics

513-556-0522

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Randy A Johnson

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

432 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0528

Undergraduate degree: A.B. in Chemistry, Princeton University, 1969
Graduate degree: Ph.D. in Physics, University of California at Berkeley, 1975

Professional History:
Physicist, Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1976-1984
Professor, University of Cincinnati, 1984-present

Present Courses: Undergraduate Mechanics and Relativity

Previous Courses: College and General Physics
Modern Physics for Engineers
Advanced Lab for Majors
Graduate Electrodynamics
Graduate Particle Physics

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William C H Joiner

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

121 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0644

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Michael Ma

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

442 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0638

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John McCarthy

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

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Frank Pinski

Professor, Physics

106 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0523

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James E Russell

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

403 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0514

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Joseph J G Scanio

McMicken Professor, Physics

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Michael L Sitko

Professor, Physics

446 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0642

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Peter Suranyi

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

433 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0504

Peter Suranyi, Professor Emeritus of Physics

EDUCATION
Physics Diploma (approximately equal to M.S.), Lorand Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary, 1958 Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (approximately equal to Ph.D.), Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, U.S.S.R., 1964

EXPERIENCE
Junior Research Fellow, Central Research Institute for Physics, Budapest, Hungary, 1958 61 Research Fellow, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, U.S.S.R., 1961-64 Senior Research Fellow, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, U.S.S.R., 1964-65 Senior Research Fellow, Central Research Institute for Physics, Budapest, Hungary, 1965-68 Research Associate and Visiting Lecturer, Johns Hopkins University, 1969-71 Associate Professor of Physics, University of Cincinnati, 1971-74 Professor of Physics, University of Cincinnati, 1974 Department Head, Department of Physics, University of Cincinnati, 1995-1998 Professor Emeritus of Physics 2003-

HONORS
Schmidt Award of the Hungarian Physical Society, 1968
Fellow of the Graduate School of the University of Cincinnati, 1977
Senior Visiting Fellow, National Research Council, Great Britain, 1978-79
Senior Visiting Fellow, National Reseach and Engineering Council, United Kingdom, 1987-88
Visiting Research Professor, University of Wales, 1994
Senior Fulbright Fellowship, 1998-99

CONFERENCES ORGANIZED
1) Symposium "Topics on Quantum Gravity and Beyond," Cincinnati, 1992
2) Meeting of the Ohio Session of the American Physical Society: "Particle Physics in the Nineties and Beyond," Cincinnati, 1992.
3) 3rd International Symposium on Quantum Theory and Symmetries, Cincinnati, 2003

GRANTS
Continuously funded by the U.S. Department of Eenergy or its from 1975-2003.

PHD DISSERTATIONS SUPERVISED IN THE LAST 5 YEARS
Andras Pap, Athula Heart, Ricardo Rademacher, Tsegaye Takele

INVITED LECTURES, COLLOQUIA AND SEMINARS IN THE LAST 5 YEARS
“Simulation of gauge theories in the world line representation,”Physics Department, Universidad Autonoma di Barcelona, Spain, January 1999
“Field theories with an energy current,” Institute of Physics, Technical University of Budapest, Hungary, April 1999.
“Models for confinement in QCD” Toronto University, Canada, April 2000.
“Topology, Classical solutions, lattices, and quar
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Louis Witten

Emeritus Faculty, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

Staff

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Diane M Bolden

Financial Administrator, Physics

400 Geology-Physics Building

513-558-1747

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Larry Bortner

Management Professional II, Assistant Professor-Adjunct, Physics

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Bethany Dawn Egbers

Business Manager, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-3212

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Jay D Ellington

Computer & Info Analyst 2, Physics

Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0344

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Jodie L. Hunter

Grant Administrator Sr, Physics

412 Teachers College

513-556-5790

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William H. Leach

Technical Professional II, Physics

345 Braunstein Hall

513-556-0660

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John S. Markus

Technical Professional II, Physics

206 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0466

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Dara L Miller

Program Manager, Physics

400 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0511

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Andrew E Volz

Model Maker, Physics

100 Geology-Physics Building

513-556-0447