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1. Name and academic rank

Lincoln D. Carr, Assistant Professor
2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

1990–1994 B.A. in physics, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.

1996–1998 M.S. in physics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, U.S.A.

1998–2001 Ph.D. in physics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, U.S.A.


3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank: started August 2005 in present rank.
4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

1993–1995 Teaching Assistant University of California at Berkeley.

1994–1995 Associate Scientist Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

1995–1996 English teacher Bushiban school,Taipei, Taiwan

1996–1998 Research Assistant I Nuclear Physics Laboratory,Univ. of Washington.

1999–2001 Research Assistant II, Department of Physics, Univ. of Washington.

2001–2004 NSF Distinguished International Fellow

2003–2005 Professional JILA, NIST, Boulder, CO.


5. Consulting, patents, etc.: None
6. State(s) in which registered: None
7. Principal publications of last five years

M. Wu, B. A. Kalinikos, L. D. Carr, and C. E. Patton, "Spin wave soliton fractals in magnetic film based active rings," Phys. Rev. Lett., under review (2005) .

R. Bhat, L. D. Carr, and M. J. Holland, "Bose-Einstein condensates in rotating lattices," Phys. Rev. Lett v.96, p.060405 (2006).

L. D. Carr, M. J. Holland, and B. A. Malomed, "Macroscopic quantum tunnelling of Bose-Einstein condensates in a potential well of finite depth," J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys., v.38, p.3217 (2005).

L. D. Carr and M. J. Holland, "Quantum phase transitions in the Fermi-Bose Hubbard model," Phys. Rev. A, v.72, p.031604(R) (2005).

L. D. Carr and C. W. Clark, "Vortices in attractive Bose-Einstein condensates in two dimensions," Phys. Rev. Lett., under review (2004).


8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Physical Society,

(Divisions of Condensed Matter and Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics)

American Association for the Advancement of Science.


9. Honors and awards

1991–1994 Dean’s list, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

2000 Weis prize for outstanding theoretical graduate research

University of Washington Physics Department, Seattle, WA.

2001 NSF Distinguished International Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.

2006 National Science Foundation Career Grant


10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

2005-2006 Graduate Council at CSM

2005-2006 Computing committee at CSM

Reviewer for Physical Review Letters, Physical Review A, Physical Review E, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Journal of Optics B: Quantum and Semiclassical Optics, Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, Journal of Low Temperature Physics, New Journal of Physics, Physics Letters A, European Journal of Physics D, Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, Chaos, the U.S. National Science Foundation and the U.S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation.


11. Professional development activities in the last five years

2005 AAPT/APS Workshop for new faculty



1. Name and academic rank

Francis Edward Cecil, Professor Emeritus


2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

BS, Physics, University of Maryland, 1966

MA, Physics, Princeton University, 1968

PhD, Physics, Princeton University, 1972




  1. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

24 years

1976-1981 Assistant Professor of Physics

1981-1986 Associate Professor of Physics

1986 – 2003 Professor of Physics

2003-present Professor Emeritus of Physics
4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

a. Visiting Scientist; Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, 1985-86

b. Visiting Scientist; Joint European Torus Laboratory (Oxford U.K.), 1993-94

c. Visiting Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2000-2001


5. Consulting, patents, etc. None
6. State(s) in which registered None.
7. Principal publications of last five years

1. O.N. Jarvis, P. van Belle, G. Sadler, G.A.H. Whitfield, F.E. Cecil, D. Darrow and B. Esposito, "Measurements of escaping fast particles using a thin foil charge collector", Fusion Technology. 39, 84 (2001)

2. D.S. Darrow, R. Bell, D.W. Johnson, H. Kugel, J.R. Wilson, F.E. Cecil,R. Maingi, A. Krasilnikov and A. Alekseyev. "Fast ion loss diagnostic plans for the National Spherical Torus Experiment" 72. 784 (2001).

3. F.E. Cecil, Brian Roy, Christian Sutton and Nicole Wasinger. "A thin film device as a low energy, high flux charged particle spectrometer". Reviews of Scientific Instruments. 72. 792 (2001).

4. Mariet A. Hofstee, A. K. Pallone, F. E. Cecil, J. A. McNeil and Cynthia S. Galovich. “Measurement of low energy (d,n) reactions on light nuclei important to astrophysics Nuclear Physics A, 688 (1-2) (2001) pp. 527-529

5. J. Yan, F.E. Cecil, C. Jewett, and U Greife, “The reaction 7Li(3He,p)9Be at low energies”;Physical Review C 65 048801 (2002.)

6. V.G. Kiptily, F. E. Cecil, O.N.Jarvis, M.J. Mantsinen, S.E. Sharapov, L. Bertalot, S. Conroy, L.C. Ingesson, T. Johnson, K.D. Lawson, S. Popovichev, “Gamma-Ray Diagnostics Of Energetic Ions In Jet”, Nuclear Fusion. 42 (2002) 999.

10. F.E. Cecil, A. Aakhus-Witt, J. Hawbaker, J. Sayers, A. Bozek, W. Heidbrink, D. Darrow, T. Debay, E. Marmar, “Thin foil Faraday collectors as a radiation hard lost fast ion diagnostic”. Reviews of Scientific Instruments. 74. 1747 (2003).

11. V. Kiptily, S. Popovichev, S. Sharapov, L. Bertalot, F.E. Cecil, S. Conroy, M.J. Mantsinen, “Gamma ray diagnostics of alpha particle in 4He and d-t plasmas”. Reviews of Scientific Instruments. 74. 1753 (2003).

12. W W Heidbrink, M Miah, D Darrow, B LeBlanc, S S Medley, A L Roquemore and F E Cecil “The confinement of dilute populations of beam ions in the National Spherical Torus Experiment” Nuclear Fusion 43, 883 (2003).

16. F. E. Cecil, D. S. Darrow, and R. V. Budny. "Preliminary calculations of expected signal levels of a thin Faraday foil lost alpha particle diagnostic for International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor " Rev. Sci.Instrum. 75, 3569 (2004)

18. D. S. Darrow, S. Bäumel, F. E. Cecil, V. Kiptily, R. Ellis, L. Pedrick, and A. Werner. “Design and construction of a fast ion loss Faraday cup array diagnostic for Joint European Torus” Rev. Sci. Instrum. 75, 3566 (2004)

19. W.P. West, C.S. Lasnioer, J.G. Watkins, J.S. deGrassie, W. Heidbrink, K.H. Burrell, F.E. Cecil. “Observations of fast ion loss to the plasma facing wall during quiescent H-modes on DIII-D” Journal of Nuclear Materials 337-339 (2005) 420.
8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

Phi Beta Kappa, American Physical Society


9. Honors and awards

Elected as Fellow of the American Physical Society (2000)

Outstanding Faculty Member, Department of Physics (May 2001 and Dec. 2001)

Colorado School of Mines Dean’s Excellence Award (May 2002).


10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

Member University Promotion and Tenure Committee (2000-2003)

Chair of Physics Department Promotion and Tenure Committee (1999-2003)

Chair Physics Department Head Search Committee (2001)

Chair Physics Department Nuclear Specialty Search Committee (1994-2002)

E-Days Scholarship Committee, 2004

Three reviews of DOE proposals and journal articles
11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Participation in numerous international conferences, meetings and workshops.


1. Name and academic rank

Reuben T. Collins, Professor


2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

BA, Physics and Mathematics, University of Northern Iowa (Cedar Falls, IA), 1979

MS, Applied Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1981

PhD, Applied Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1984


3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

6 years, 1994 - present, Professor of Physics


4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

1995-present, Director Center for Solar and Electronic Materials, CSM.

1993-1994, Technical Consultant to the VP of Services, Applications and Solutions, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY

1990-1993, Manager III-V Epitaxy, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY

1984-1991, Research Staff Member, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY

1979-1984, Research and Teaching Assistant, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA


5. Consulting, patents, etc.

"Integrated short cavity laser with bragg mirrors," United States Patent #5,363,397 Reuben T. Collins and Sandip Tiwari, Nov. 8, 1994.

"Optical modulator," United States Patent # 4,915,482, Reuben T. Collins, John R. Kirtley, Thomas N. Theis, Apr. 10, 1990.
6. State(s) in which registered: None.

7. Principal publications of last five years

"Evidence for grain-boundary-assisted diffusion of sulfur in polycrystalline CdS/CdTe heterojunctions," M. K. Herndon, A. Gupta, V. Kaydanov, and R. T. Collins, Appl. Phys. Lett. 75, 3503 (1999).

"Resistless Patterning of Hydrogenate Amorphous Silicon Films," R. E. Hollingsworth, M. K. Herndon, R. T. Collins, J. D. Benson, J. H Dinan, and J. N. Johnson, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 557, 821 (1999).

"Near-field scanning optical nanolithography using a-Si:H photoresists," M. K. Herndon, R. T. Collins, R. E. Hollingsworth, P. R. Larson, and M. B. Johnson, Appl. Phys. Lett. 74, 141 (1999).

"Sulfur diffusion in polycrystalline thin-film CdTe solar cells," M. H. Aslan, W. Song, J. Tang, D. Mao, R. T. Collins, D. H. Levi, R. K. Ahrenkiel, S. C. Lindstrom and M. B. Johnson, Materials Research Society Symp. Proc., Fall 1997 "Thin-Film Structures for Photovoltaics," Vol. 485, p. 203.

"The structural, optical and electrical properties of vacuum evaporated Cu-doped ZnTe polycrystalline thin films," L. Feng, D. Mao, J. Tang, R. T. Collins, and J. U. Trefny, J. Electron. Materials 25, 1422 (1996).

"Porous silicon: from luminescence to LEDs," R. T. Collins, P. M. Fauchet, and M. A. Tischler, Physics Today 50, 24 January (1997).
8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Physical Society

Materials Research Society

American Society for Engineering Education


9. Honors and awards

"IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award for Infrared Spectroscopy of High Tc Superconductors," March 1989.

"Outstanding Performance by a Small Business Contractor in Fiscal Year 1998" - DARPA Ultra Electronics Program - With MRG, Inc.

CSM "Dean's Excellence Award" for Teaching and Scholarship, 2000



10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

RISC II Committee - P. Romig chair, Graduate Tuition Working Group (P. Romig chair)

Materials Science Graduate Affairs/Faculty Opportunities Committee

Hill Hall Building Renovation Committee

Mentor for the Electronic Materials Focus Area of the Materials Science Program

Board of Trustees Retreat Participant, June 10-12, 1999.

Chair - Physics Graduate Council

Chair - Physics Graduate Admissions

Department head and new faculty search committees

Undergraduate Advising Team

Physics Promotion and Tenure Committee

Physics Computing Advisory Committee

Coordination of electronic Materials five year program
Co-organizer- Focused session on Group-IV Semiconductor Alloys: Materials, Processes, Devices, March 2000 meeting of the APS

Member of the board of the Colorado Photonics and Optoelectronics program

Served on NSF POWRE and SBIR panel Reviews

External evaluations of Promotion and Tenure, State Research programs, Federal Proposals, and numerous papers in Technical Journals



11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Materials Research Society Meeting, Spring 1999,Materials Research Society Meeting, Fall 1997, March Meeting of the American Physical Society, March 2000, Honda Initiation Grant Symposium, May 1999, Electronic Materials Conference, June 1996,Electronic Materials Conference, June 1997, Ultra Electronics Review - DARPA - October 1997, Ultra Electronics Review - DARPA - October 1998, National CdTe Team Meeting, October 1999,Porous Silicon Technology Workshop, January 1995.



1. Name and academic rank

Anita Bernadette Corn; Senior Instructor



2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

  • Ph.D., Physics (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance), University of Denver, Denver, CO, 1995

  • M.S., Physics, University of Denver, Denver, CO, 1992

  • B.S., Mathematics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1982

3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

4 years (2002-present); 2002 – 2003: Instructor; 2003 – present: Lecturer

4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

  • 1995 – 2005 Instructor of Physics and Astronomy, University of Colorado at Denver

  • 1999 – 2001 Adjunct Professor of Physics, Colorado Electronic Community College

  • 1994 – 1995 Adjunct Professor of Physics, Red Rocks Community College

  • 1988 – 1994 Graduate Teaching and Research Associate, University of Denver September, 1988 - August, 1994

  • 1987 – 1988 Research Associate, Kettering-Scott NMR Laboratory

  • 1980 – 1986 Lecturer and Teaching Assistant, The Ohio State University

5. Consulting, patents, etc.

  • Reviewed College Physics by Giambattista, Richardson, Richardson, McGraw-Hill,04

  • Assisted with revision of College Physics by Giambattista, Richardson, Richardson for McGraw-Hill, 2004 - 2005

  • Reviewed online materials for College Physics by Giambattista, Richardson, Richardson, 2005

  • Reviewed The Cosmic Perspective by Bennett, Donahue, Schneider, and Voit for Addison Wesley publishers, 11/04 and 5/05

  • Participated in McGraw-Hill’s College Physics Symposium, 2004

6. State(s) in which registered: none

7. Principal publications of last five years

  • Presented Graduate Student Learning Techniques at annual AAPT meeting, Aug 2004

  • Conceptual Physics Online (web-based lecture/lab course written for Harcourt Publishing)

  • Presented Graduate Student Learning Techniques at annual AAPT meeting, Aug 2004

8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

  • American Association for the Advancement of Science

  • American Physical Society

  • Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Science

  • American Association of Physics Teachers

  • Colorado-Wyoming Association of Women in Education

  • Union of Concerned Scientists

  • American and Colorado Federation of Teachers

9. Honors and awards

  • Placed third in Rasor-Bareis-Gordon math contest, 1980

  • Awarded Kate Deterly-Gordon merit-based Mathematics Scholarship, 1981

  • Awarded Graduate and Professional Opportunities Scholarship, 1982 - 1985

  • Twice elected student representative to O.S.U. Physics Grad Student Com., 1983-85

  • Twice Elected Physics rep to Graduate Schools of the Four Faculties 1988 – 1990

  • Physics student representative to LSA Dean’s Committee

  • Twice recipient of merit-based Colorado Fellowship: 1988-89 and 1989-90

  • Awarded research funding by Graduate Schools of the Four Faculties, Apr 1990

  • Excellence Award from Community College Consortium of Colorado Online Education System (Formerly CCCOnline)

  • Member of McGraw-Hill President’s Club

  • Chosen as one of two representatives from CSM to attend 2004-2005 Academic Management Institute, a series of workshops designed to prepare people for administrative positions at colleges and universities.

  • Chosen as “Professor of the Month” by the sororities at CSM, 2003

10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

  • Colloquium Interactive Learning is Great But … presented at Colorado School of Mines and at University of Denver, Spring 2005

  • Colloquium The Schroedinger Equation and Interactive Teaching Methods presented at Simon Frasier University, Summer, 2005

  • Assisted with university-wide and departmental TA training

  • Departmental Undergraduate, Space, and Search committees

  • Faculty sponsor for Society of Women Physicists and sponsor for Graduate Women Physicists

  • Assist students and professors with outreach efforts about five times/semester

  • Assisted setup of mentor program for female graduate students. Currently volunteering as the arbiter of complaints between mentors an mentees

  • Undergraduate advisor to about eight students/semester

  • Recruitment of new students

  • Numerous beautification projects for the physics building

  • Representative at Large for Colorado-Wyoming section of the American Association of Physics Teachers since 2000

11. Professional development activities in the last five years

  • Conferences attended: Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), 2005; Physics Education Research conference, 2005; Annual Meeting of the AAPT, 2004; Physics Education Research conference, 2004; Winter Meeting of the AAPT, 2003; Annual Meeting of the AAPT, 2003; Physics Education Research Conference, 2003; Addison-Wesley Introductory Physics Workshop August 2004;

  • Workshops attended: TIPERs workshop, August 2004; Standardized Assessment Instruments workshop August 2004; Mastering Physics workshop August 2004; What Every Physics Teacher Should Know About Cognitive Research workshop Aug, 2004; New Model Course in Applied Quantum Physics workshop, January, 2003; Vpython workshop, August,2003; Ranking Task Exercise workshop, August 2003; January, 2003; LabView workshop, January 2003; Physics on the Road workshop, August 2003

  • Attended SYGN 600, a one-semester teaching course given at CSM, Fall 2004.

1. Name and academic rank

Charles G. Durfee, III

Assistant Professor
2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

BS, Physics and Applied Physics, Yale University, 1984

PhD, Physics, University of Maryland, 1994
3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

1 year, 1999-present, Assistant Professor of Physics


4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

2/1996 - 6/1999 Research Fellow, Center for Ultrafast Optical Science, Univ. of Michigan

3/1994 - 1/1996 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Inst. for Physical Science and Technology, Univ. of Maryland

3/1994 - 1/1996 Research Assist., Inst. for Physical Science and Technology, Univ. of Maryland

9/1987 - 5/1988 Teaching Assistant, Physics Department, Univ. of Maryland

7/1985 - 8/1987 Development Engineer, Eastman Kodak Research Labs, Rochester, NY


5. Consulting, patents, etc.

Patent Pending - "Guided-wave methods and apparatus for nonlinear frequency generation," C.G. Durfee, H. C. Kapteyn, M. M. Murnane, and A. R. Rundquist

US Patent 05394411: "Method for producing high intensity optical through x-ray waveguide and applications," H. M. Milchberg and C. G. Durfee.
6. State(s) in which registered

None.
7. Principal publications of last five years

"0.2 Terawatt laser system at 1 kHz", S. Backus, C. G. Durfee, G. Mourou, H. Kapteyn, and M. Murnane, Optics Letters 22,1256 (1997).

"Ultrabroadband phase-matched optical parametric generation in the ultraviolet by use of guided waves," C.G. Durfee III, S. Backus, M.M. Murnane, and H.C. Kapteyn, Opt. Lett. 22, 1565 (1997).

"High power ultrafast lasers," S. Backus, C.G. Durfee III, H.C. Kapteyn and M.M. Murnane, Rev. Sci. Instr. 69, 1207 (1998) (invited review).

"Design and implementation of a TW-class high-average power laser system," C.G. Durfee III, S. Backus, M.M. Murnane, and H.C. Kapteyn, IEEE J. Sel. Top. Quant. Elect. 4, 395 (1998) (invited paper).

"Phase-matched generation of coherent soft X-rays," A. Rundquist, C.G. Durfee III, Z. Chang, C. Herne, S. Backus, M.M. Murnane, and H.C. Kapteyn, Science 280, 1412 (1998).

"Hollow waveguide frequency conversion of ultrashort pulses from the deep-UV to the XUV," C.G. Durfee III, A. Rundquist, S. Backus, C. Herne, Z. Chang, M.M. Murnane and H.C. Kapteyn, J. of Nonlinear Opt. Phys. and Mat. 8, 211 (1999) (invited paper).

"Intense 8-fs pulse generation in the deep-ultraviolet," C.G. Durfee III, S. Backus, C. Herne, H.C. Kapteyn and M.M. Murnane, Opt. Lett. 24, 697 (1999).

"Crosslinking of proteins to DNA in human nuclei using a 60 femtosecond 266 nm laser," S. Lejnine, C. G. Durfee, M. M. Murnane, H. C. Kapteyn, V. L. Makarov, and J. P. Langmore, Nucleic Acids Research 27, 3676 (1999).

"Phase-matching of high-harmonics in capillary waveguides," C.G. Durfee III, A. Rundquist, S. Backus, C. Herne, Z. Chang, H.C. Kapteyn and M.M. Murnane, Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 2187 (1999).
8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Physical Society (APS), Optical Society of America (OSA), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).


9. Honors and awards

None.
10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

1999-present: member, Physics Dept. Graduate Council

2000-present: member, Physics Dept. Comprehensive Examination Committee.

Reviewer for Optics Letters, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review A, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B, Applied Optics, Applied Physics Letters, Phase Transitions, Applied Physics B

Program Committee for Conference for Lasers and ElectroOptics (CLEO) - 2000, 2001




  1. Professional development activities in the last five years

Have attended many national and international conferences in the past 5 years, giving both invited and contributed talks. These meetings include CLEO, the OSA Annual Meeting, Ultrafast Phenomena, Ultrafast Optics, APS meeting for the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, OSA meetings for Nonlinear Optics and High Field Physics and Short wavelength Generation.

  1. Name and academic rank



    1. P. David Flammer

    2. Instructor



  2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date



    1. Bachelor of Science, Engineering Physics. Colorado School of Mines. May 2000



    2. Bachelor of Science, Mathematics and Computer Science (Mathematics emphasis). Colorado School of Mines.

    3. May 2000



    4. Master of Science, Physics. Colorado School of Mines.

    5. December 2001



  3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank



    1. Adjunct Instructor, August 2001-May 2002.

    2. Instructor, August 2002-Present.



  4. Other related experience—teaching, industrial, etc.

    1. None



  5. Consulting, patents, etc.

    1. None



  6. State(s) in which registered

    1. None



  7. Principal publications of last five years



    1. P. D. Flammer, “Integral equations applied to modeling wave propagation in sub-wavelength media: two dimensional modeling of a near-field scanning optical microscope,” M.S. Thesis, Colorado School of Mines, T5530 C.3, 2001.



    2. Kelso, C.M., P. David Flammer, J.A. DeSanto, R.T. Collins. “Integral equations applied to wave propagation in two dimensions: Modeling the tip of a near-field scanning optical microscope.” Journal of the Optical Society of America A, Aug. 1, 2001 (pages 1993-2001).








  1. Scientific and professional societies of which a member



    1. American Association of Physics Teachers



  2. Honors and awards

    1. None



  3. Institutional and professional service in the last five years



    1. University Readmissions committee



    2. Peer reviewed

      1. JOSA A Manuscript 57208, Fall 2004

      2. JOSA B Manuscript 63448, Fall 2005



    3. Reviewed chapters from

      1. Introductory Physics: Building Understanding (by Jerold Touger)



  4. Professional development activities in the last five years



    1. Developed and enhanced delivery of PHGN100

1. Name and academic rank:

Thomas E. Furtak

Professor
2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

BSc, Physics, University of Nebraska, 1971

PhD, Solid State Physics, Iowa State University, 1975
3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank:

20 years


1986 - present, Professor of Physics

4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc:

Associate Physicist, Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University 1997-1980

Associate Professor, Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute 1980-1986, tenured 1983

5. Consulting, patents, etc:

US Civilian R&D Foundation

Rocky Mountain Laboratories

Pearson Publishing

John-Wiley and Sons

ITN Energy Systems

“Parallel Detecting, Spectroscopic Ellipsometers/ Polarimeters”

U. S. Patent 6,384,916 B1, May 7, 2002


6. State(s) in which registered: None
7. Principal publications of last five years:

“An All-Optically Prepared And Controlled Nematic Liquid Crystal Light Valve”, Y. W. Yi and T. E. Furtak, Appl. Phys. Lett. 85, 4287 (2004).

“Self-Assembled Monolayers For Liquid Crystal Alignment: Simple Preparation On Glass Using Alkyltrialkoxysilanes”, D. M. Walba, C. A. Liberko, E. Korblova, M. Farrow, T. E. Furtak, B. C. Chow, D. K. Schwartz, A. S. Freeman, K. Douglas, S. D. Williams, A. F. Klittnick, and N. A. Clark, Liquid Crystals 31, 481 (2004).

“Second Harmonic Generation From Rubbed Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Mesogenic Monolayer Surfaces”, C. S. Park, T. E. Furtak, N. A. Clark, C. A. Liberko, and D. M. Walba, Phys. Rev. E 67, 051707 (2003).

“Photoinduced Anisotropy Of Second-Harmonic Generation From Azobenzene-Modified Alkylsiloxane Monolayers”, Y. W. Yi, T. E. Furtak, M. J. Farrow, D. M. Walba, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 21, 1770 (2003).

“High-Resolution Sum-Frequency Generation From Alkylsiloxane Monolayers”, B. C. Chow, T. T. Ehler, and T. E. Furtak, Appl. Phys. B 74, 395 (2002).

“Installing Studio Physics”, T. E. Furtak and T. R. Ohno, The Physics Teacher 39, 534 (2001).

“Optical Second Harmonic Generation Spectroscopy From Ag(001) Using S-Polarized Excitation”, L. J. Simpson and T. E. Furtak, J. Electroanal. Chem 500, 163 (2001).

“Characterization Of Optical And Mechanical Modification Of Surface Alignment Layers For Liquid Crystal Devices”, T. E. Furtak, T. L. Copp, and B. C. Chow, Proceedings of the SPIE. 4463, 139 (2001).

“A Parallel-Detecting, Spectroscopic Ellipsometer for Intelligent Process Control of Continuously Deposited Cigs Films”, L. J. Simpson, B. S. Joshi, and L. A. Gonzales, J. Verley, and T. E. Furtak, Materials Research Society Proceedings, 616, 9 (2000).


8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member:

American Physical Society

American Chemical Society

American Vacuum Society

Materials Research Society

Optical Society of America

American Association of Physics Teachers

9. Honors and awards

Member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi honoraries

CSM Dean's Excellence Award, 1995

CSM Faculty Distinguished Lecturer (2000-2001)

State of Colorado Technology Transfer Award (2000)


10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

Faculty Affairs Committee

Student Affairs Committee

CSM Awards Committee

Student Awards Committee

Undergraduate Council

Tenure and Promotion Committee
11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Regular attendance at professional meetings (American Vacuum Society, Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, American Association of Physics Teachers)



1. Name and academic rank

Uwe Greife, Associate Professor


2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

Diplom-Physiker, Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität Münster, 1989

Dr. rer. nat., Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 1994
3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

1999-2003 Assistant Professor

since 2003 Associate Professor (tenured)
4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

1997-1999 Wissenschaftlicher Assistent (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)


5. Consulting, patents, etc. None
6. State(s) in which registered: None
7. Principal publications of last five years (selected out of 52 between 2001-2005)

  1. “Nuclear Reaction Rates” U. Greife and C. Rolfs, Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics, IOP Publishing and Macmillan , London (2001) 1879-1884

  2. “The DRAGON facility for Nuclear Astrophysics at TRIUMF-ISAC: Design, Construction and Operation“,D.A. Hutcheon, S. Bishop, L. Buchmann, M.L. Chatterjee, A.A. Chen, J.M. D’Auria, S. Engel, D. Gigliotti, U. Greife, D. Hunter, A. Hussein, C.C. Jewett, . N. Khan, M. Lamey, A.M. Laird, W. Liu, A. Olin, D. Ottewell, J.G. Rogers, G. Roy, H. Sprenger and C. Wrede, Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A 498 (2003) 190-210

  3. 21Na(p,)22Mg Reaction and Oxygen-Neon Novae”, S. Bishop, R.E. Azuma, L. Buchmann, M.L. Chatterjee, A.A. Chen, J.M. D’Auria, S. Engel, D. Gigliotti, U. Greife, M. Hernanz, D. Hunter, A. Hussein, D.A. Hutcheon, C.C. Jewett, J. Jose, J. King, S. Kubono, M. Lamey, R. Lewis, W. Liu, S. Michimasa, A. Olin, D. Ottewell, P.D. Parker, J.G. Rogers and C. Wrede, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90 (2003) 162501/1-4

  4. “Energy loss around the stopping power maximum of Ne, Mg and Na ions in hydrogen“, U. Greife, S. Bishop, L. Buchmann, M.L. Chatterjee, A.A. Chen, J.M. D’Auria, S. Engel, D. Gigliotti, D.A. Hutcheon, D. Hunter, A. Hussein, C.C. Jewett, M. Lamey, A.M. Laird, W. Liu, A. Olin, D. Ottewell, J.G. Rogers and C. Wrede, Nucl. Instrum. Meth. B 217 (2004) 1-6

  5. “Background identification and suppression for the measurement of (n,) reactions with the DANCE detector at LANSCE”, R. Reifarth, T.A. Bredeweg, A. Alpizar-Vicente, J.C. Browne, E.I. Esch, U. Greife, R.C. Haight, R. Hatarik, A. Kronenberg, J.M. O’Donnell, R.S. Rundberg, J.L. Ullmann, D.J. Vieira, J.B. Wilhelmy and J.M. Wouters, Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A 531 (2004) 528-541

  6. “ First study of the level structure of the potential r-process path nucleus 83Ge”, J.S. Thomas, , D.W. Bardayan, J.C. Blackmon, J.A Cizewski, U. Greife, C.J. Gross, M.S. Johnson, K.L. Jones, R.L. Kozub, R.J. Livesay, Z. Ma, B.H. Moazen, C.D. Nesaraja, D. Shapira and M.S. Smith, Phys. Rev. C 71 (2005) 021302

8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Physical Society, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft



9. Honors and awards

10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

Conference and committee duties:

University Tech Fee Committee

University Radiation Safety Committee

Chair of Graduate Student Advisory Committee (Physics)

Local convenor and chairman: Nuclear Astrophysics Session at the National Underground Science Laboratory (NUSL) Conference, Lead, South Dakota, USA, October 4-7, 2001

Session chair: Transfer Reactions Workshop, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA, June 21-22, 2002

Chair of the Organizing Committee and Session Chair: Big Dragon Workshop, A Recoil Separator for ISAC II at TRIUMF, Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 18-19, 2002

University Committees: Safety Committee (2000-2003), Radiation Safety Sub-Committee (2000- ), Technology Fee Committee (2002- )

User’s Executive Committee: Holifield Radioactive Ion Beam Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (2004- ), Chair (2005)

Session Chair: Gamma Array Workshop, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA, April 7, 2004

Session Chair: UNO Detector Workshop, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, April 10, 2004

Session Chair: APS April Meeting, Denver, CO, USA, May 2, 2004

Session Chair: Nu-SNS Meeting, Oak Ridge, TN, USA, June 11, 2004

Session Chair: DNP Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA, October 29, 2004

Executive Committee Nu-SNS experiment, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (2004- )

Writing Committee Rare Isotope Accelerator Report to NRC (2005)

User’s Executive Committee: TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada (2006- ), Chair-elect

Committee of Visitors, National Science Foundation, Evaluation of Physics Division Operations (2006)



Referee Duties:

Phys. Rev. Lett., Phys. Rev. C, Phys. Essays, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A, Choice Reviews, National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Research Corporation



11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Sabbatical leave, fall 2005.



1. Name and academic rank

Christopher Kelso

Instructor
2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

Bachelor of Science, Engineering Physics. Colorado School of Mines. May 2000

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics and Computer Science (Mathematics emphasis). Colorado School of Mines, May 2000.

Master of Science, Physics. University of Colorado at Boulder, May 2003


3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

Adjunct Instructor, August 2003-May 2003.

Instructor, August 2003-Present.
4. Other related experience—teaching, industrial, etc. None
5. Consulting, patents: None
6. State(s) in which registered: None
7. Principal publications of last five years
Kelso, C.M., P. David Flammer, J.A. DeSanto, R.T. Collins. “Integral equations applied to wave propagation in two dimensions: Modeling the tip of a near-field scanning optical microscope.” Journal of the Optical Society of America A, Aug. 1, 2001 (pages 1993-2001).
8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Association of Physics Teachers


9. Honors and awards: None
10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

Departmental Instructor Search committee

Departmental Undergraduate Council
11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Developed and enhanced delivery of PHGN100


1. Name and academic rank

Frank V. Kowalski

Professor
2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

BSc, Mathematics and Physics, University of Puget Sound, 1973

PhD, Physics, Stanford University, 1978
3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

20 years


1980 - 1985, Assistant Professor of Physics

1985 -1991 Associate Professor of Physics

1991-present, Professor of Physics
4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

August, 1978 - August, 1980, Postdoctoral research associate with J. Hall, JILA, University of Colorado


5. Consulting, patents, etc.

Patent #4,052,129. "Methods of an Apparatus for Measuring the Wavelength of a Source of Radiant Energy." Patent acknowledged as applicable to the Burleigh Wavemeter Model WA-20.

Patent #4,398,293. "Frequency Stabilization for Two-Mode Laser." Licensed to Spectra-Physics. Patent #4,827,480. "Method and Apparatus for Generating Ultra-Short Pulses with a Frequency Shifter in a Cavity."

Patent #5,003,545. "Method and Apparatus for Generating both a Broadband Continuous Wave Output and a Pulsed Output."

Patent #5,015,096. "Method and Apparatus for testing optical components."
6. State(s) in which registered

None.
7. Principal publications of last five years

"Phase of neutrons propagating through accelerating matter: test of the equivalence principle," F.V. Kowalski, Phys. Rev. A 51, 120 (1995).

Reply to "Comment on `Phase-invariant clock hypothesis for accelerating systems'," F.V. Kowalski, Phys. Rev. A 53, 4607 (1996).

"Accelerating light clocks," F.V. Kowalski, Phys. Rev. A 53, 3761 (1996).

"Chirped-frequency generation in a translated-grating-type frequency-shifted feedback laser," K. Nakamura, F.V. Kowalski, and H. Ito, Optics Letters 22, 889 (1997).

"Frequency shifted feedback lasers: Continuous or stepwise frequency chirped output?," F.V. Kowalski, K. Nakamura, and H. Ito, Optics Communications 147/1-3, 103-106 (1998).
8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Physical Society


9. Honors and awards

Presidential Young Investigator Award, February 1984.

Outstanding Physics Teacher Award from CSM Alumni Association, May 1993.

Outstanding Physics Teacher Award from CSM Alumni Association, December 1993.


10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

Developed 5-year program in Physics/Engineering with Mark Linne

Transfer credit advisor

Research Council

Departmental Scholarship Committee
11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Invited to collaborate with Prof. Ito, Research Institute of Electrical

Communication at Tohoku University, Sendai Japan and with Prof. Bergmann, Physics Department, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.
1. Name and academic rank

James A. McNeil

Professor
2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

BS, Physics, Lafayette College (Easton, PA), 1970

MS, Physics, University of Maryland (College Park), 1976

PhD, Physics, University of Maryland (College Park), 1979


3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank
20 years (1986-present)

1986 - 1988, Assistant Professor of Physics

1988 - 1994, Associate Professor of Physics

1994 - present, Professor of Physics

2000 - present, Professor and Department Head
4. Other related experience

1970-1974, Officer, United States Army (Vietnam veteran)

1974-1979, Graduate Assistant, University of Maryland

1979-1982, Research Investigator, University of Pennsylvania

1982-1984, Assistant Professor, Villanova University

1984-1986, Visiting Assistant Professor, Drexel University


5. Consulting, patents, etc.

US Patent - "Method and Apparatus for Detecting Hydrogen-containing Compounds", J. A. McNeil, C. E. Price, and D. S. Oakley, No. 5,229,610, July (1993).

Consultant to Physics Department of Rose-Hulman, 2002.
6. State(s) in which registered None.
7. Principal publications of last five years
"Measurement of Low Energy (d,n) Reactions on Light Nuclei Important to Astrophysics'', M. A. Hofstee, A. K. Pallone, F. E. Cecil, J. A. McNeil, and C. S. Galovich, Nuc. Phys.{\bf A688}, 527c (2001).

"Learning to Swim Upstream: How CSM Physics Attracts Majors in a Shrinking Market", J. A. McNeil, Bulletin of the American Physical Society, March, 2001.

"Incorporating Design in the Introductory Electromagnetism Laboratory", J. A. McNeil, ASEE, Rocky Mountain Sectional Meeting, Pueblo, Colorado, April 2002.

"The Metal Detector and Faraday's Law'', J. A. McNeil, Physics Teacher, v. 42, p. 369-373 (2004).

"Engineering Physics: The Universal Donor Degree", J. A. McNeil, Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Portland, Oregon, 2005.
8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Physical Society, Nuclear Physics Division

American Association of Physics Teachers

American Society for Engineering Education, Engineering Physics Division


9. Honors and awards

Distinguished Military Graduate, Lafayette College 1970

Cum Laude, Lafayette College1970

Bronze Star, Vietnam Campaign, 1973

Best Paper, ASEE Rocky Mountain Sectional meeting, Pueblo, Colorado, April 2002.

Colorado School of Mines Alumni Association Outstanding Faculty Member in Physics, 2004 and 2005.


10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

Institutional service:

Department Heads Group, Advising Committee, Curriculum Committee, Handbook Committee, Marketing Committee, Space Committee, Strategic Planning Committee, Sustainability Committee, Technology Fee Committee.

Professional service:

Reviewer for Physical Review journals

Program Committee, Physics Chairs Conference, American Physical Society, College Park, Maryland, 2002.

External Advisory Board for Engineering Physics, New Mexico State University (2003-present).
11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Continuous research in nuclear physics

ABET Workshop, Phoenix, AZ, March, 2000

Academic Industrial Workshop, Rochester, NY, October, 2001.

ASEE, Rocky Mountain Sectional Meeting, 2002

Physics Chairs Conference, American Physical Society, College Park, Md., 2002.

NSF Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program Conference, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Crystal City, Virginia, April, 2004.

ASEE Annual Conference, Portland, Ore., June, 2005.


1. Name and academic rank

Cynthia Norrgran

Adjunct lecturer

2. Degrees with fields, institution and date

BS in physics with a teaching certificate, University of Minnesota, Mpls., 1971

MD, University of Nevada, Reno, 1983

Residency in Neurosurgery, University of Cincinnati, 1989

3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

Original appointment: August 2004

4. Other related experience – teaching, industrial, etc.

5. Consulting, patents, etc

Medical consultant for the World Titanium Council

Forensic toxicology consultant for medico-legal purposes

6. States in which registered

Medical license State of Colorado

7. Principal publications of last five years

None

8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member



Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

Mayfield Society member

Colorado Medical Society member

Congress of Neurological Surgeons

9. Honors and Awards

None


10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

None


11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Toronto 2002

65 CME credits

Alternative therapy in pain management; conference in San Francisco 2001

280 CME credits
1. Name and academic rank

Timothy R. Ohno

Associate Professor
2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

BS, Physics (Honors), University of Alberta, 1981

PhD, Physics, University of Maryland (College Park), 1989
3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

8 years


1992-1997, Assistant Professor of Physics

1997-present, Associate Professor of Physics


4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

1989‑1992, Post‑doctoral appointment with Professor John H. Weaver, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota.

1983‑1989, Graduate research assistant, Department of Physics, University of Maryland.


5. Consulting, patents, etc.

None.
6. State(s) in which registered

None.
7. Principal publications of last five years

"Composite thin films using physical vapor deposition of composite targets," S. Govindarajan, J.J. Moore, B. Mishra, D.L. Olson, T.R. Ohno, E.A. Levashov and J. Disam, in Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials IV, 1996, pp. 275-286.

"Rapid Deactivation of Lean-Burn Natural Gas Engine Exhaust Oxidation Catalysts," Robert L. McCormick, Anthony W. Newlin, Michael S. Graboski, and T.R. Ohno, Society of Automotive Engineering Technical Paper Series, 1996, pp. 63-77.

"Properties of ZnTe:Cu thin films and CdS/CdTe/ZnTe Solar Cells," J. Tang, D. Mao, T.R. Ohno, V. Kaydanov, and J.U. Trefny, in Proceeding of the 26th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, Anaheim, CA 1997, pp. 439-442.

"Electrodeposited CdS Thin Films and their Application in CdS/CdTe Solar Cells" F. Kadirgan, D. Mao, A. Balcioglu, B.E. McCandless, W. Song, T.R. Ohno, and J.U. Trefny, in the Proceeding of the 26th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, Anaheim, CA 1997, pp. 443-445.

"Degradation Mechanism Studies in CdS/CdTe Solar Cells with ZnTe:Cu/Au Back Contacts," Morgan, J. Tang, V. Kaydanov, T.R. Ohno, and J.U. Trefny, Proceedings of the National Center for Photovoltaics Program Review Meeting, 8-11 September 1998, Denver, Colorado, AIP Conf. Proc., (1999), 462, pp. 200-205

"Effect and Optimization of CdS/CdTe Interdiffusion on CdTe Electrical Properties and CdS/CdTe Cell Performance," Song, D. Mao, V. Kaydanov, T.R. Ohno, J.U. Trefny, R.K. Ahrenkiel, D.H. Levi, S. Johnston, and B.E. McCandless, Proceedings of the National Center for Photovoltaics Program Review Meeting, 8-11 September 1998, Denver, Colorado, AIP Conf. Proc., (1999), 462, pp. 194-199.

"Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition of SnO2: Proceedings of the National Center for Photovoltaics Program Review Meeting," Al-Kaoud, T. Wen, A. Gilmore, V. Kaydanov, T.R. Ohno, C. Wolden, L. Feng, and J. Xi, 8-11 September 1998, Denver, Colorado, AIP Conf. Proc., (1998), 462, pp. 212-217.

"Deactivation of PdO-Al2O3 oxidation catalyst in lean-burn natural gas engine exhaust: aged catalyst characterization and studies of poisoning," Deborah Mowery, M.S. Graboski, T. R. Ohno, and R.L. McCormick, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 21, 157-169 (1999).

"Methane Partial Oxidation by unsupported and silica supported iron phosphate catalysts", G.O. Alptekin, A.M. Herring, D.L. Williamson, T.R. Ohno, and R.L. McCormick, J. Catalysis 181, 104 (1999).


8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Physical Society since 1984

American Vacuum Society since 1989

Materials Research Society since 1996


9. Honors and awards

None.
10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Vacuum Society, board member 1995-1999 and President in 1997-98

Faculty Senate 1998-present

Research Council 1995-1996

Department Graduate Council 1995-present

University Readmissions Committee 1995-1997

Journal review for Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology, Thin Solid Films

Proposal review for National Science Foundation DMR and equipment grants
11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Funded research in CdTe photovoltaics and TCOs 1995-present

Attended National Photovoltaics Program Review 1999

Attended IEEE Photovoltaics conference 1998

Participated in CdTe Team meetings 1998-present
1. Name and academic rank

      1. Todd G. Ruskell

      2. Lecturer



2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

BA, Physics, Lawrence University (Appleton, WI), 1991

MS, Optical Sciences, University of Arizona, 1994

PhD, Optical Sciences, University of Arizona, 1996


3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

1 year


1999 - 2000, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physics

2000-2001, Lecturer (new contract begins August 2000)


4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

1998, Adjunct Physics Instructor, University of Colorado

1996-1998, Postdoctoral Research Associate, NIST, Boulder
5. Consulting, patents, etc.

None.
6. State(s) in which registered

None.
7. Principal publications of last five years

"Field mapping with the magnetic resonance force microscope," T. G. Ruskell, M. Lohndorf and J. Moreland, J. Appl. Phys. 86, 664-670 (1999).

"Surface Analysis with Scanning Probe Microscopy," T. G. Ruskell, Critical Reviews of Optical Science and Technology, Volume 69-Materials Characterization and Optical Probe Techniques, R. A. Lessard and H. Franke, eds., pp. 280-303, SPIE Press, Bellingham, WA (1997).

"Growth of silicon nitride by scanned probe lithography," J. L. Pyle, T. G. Ruskell, R. K. Workman, X. Yao, and D. Sarid, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. 15, 38-39 (1997).

"High resolution Fowler-Nordheim field emission maps of thin silicon oxide layers," T. G. Ruskell, R. K. Workman, D. Chen, D. Sarid, S. Dahl, and S. Gilbert, Appl. Phys. Lett. 68, 93 (1996).

"Driven nonlinear atomic force microscopy cantilevers: from noncontact to tapping modes of operation," D. Sarid, T. G. Ruskell, R. K. Workman, and D. Chen, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 14, 864 (1996).

"Current-dependent silicon oxide growth during scanned probe lithography," T. G. Ruskell, J. L. Pyle, R. K. Workman, X. Yao, and D. Sarid, Electron. Lett. 32, 1411 (1996).
8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Association of Physics Teachers

American Physical Society
9. Honors and awards

1996-1998 National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow


10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

1998 Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference session co-chair

CSM Physics Department Undergraduate Council
11. Professional development activities in the last five years

1997 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Short Course, APS March Meeting


1. Name and academic rank

Fred SARAZIN, Assistant Professor


2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

Engineer Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Ingenieur

de Caen (ENSI Caen, France) 1996

PhD Subatomic Physics University of Caen (France) 1999


3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

Assistant Professor at CSM since August 2003 (tenure-track)


4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

Research Fellow University of Edinburgh (UK) 1999-2001

Research Fellow TRIUMF National Laboratory (Canada) 2002-2003
5. Consulting, patents, etc.: none
6. State(s) in which registered: none
7. Principal publications of last five years (selected)

“Detection of neutron clusters”, Phys. Rev. C65 (2002) 044006.

“Halo neutrons and the -decay of 11Li”, Phys. Rev. C70 (2004) 031302R.

“Multichannel R-matrix analysis of elastic and inelastic resonances in the 21Na+p compound system”, Phys. Rev. C71 (2005) 025802.

“TIGRESS highly segmented high-purity germanium clover detector” Nucl. Instr. Meth. A543 (2005) 431.

“-decay of 32Na at ISAC/TRIUMF”, to be submitted to Phys. Rev. C (2006).


8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

Member of the American Physics Society (APS)


9. Honors and awards: none
10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

Member of the TRIUMF Users Executive Committee (TUEC) 2005-present.


11. Professional development activities in the last five years

Educational:

Participation in the Department’s Peer Enhancement of Teaching (PET) program



Research:

Startup funds – New research initiatives / Travel / Support of graduate student

DOE bridge grant – teaching relief for one semester in year one and two.

1. Name and academic rank

John Scales, Professor of Physics


2. Degrees with fields, institution, and date

B.S., Physics, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, 1979.

PhD. Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 1984.
3. Number of years service on this faculty, including date of original appointment and dates of advancement in rank

13 years, originally appointed October, 1992


4. Other related experience - teaching, industrial, etc.

1992-present Colorado School of Mines

Department of Physics, Professor (2005-present)

Department of Geophysics, Associate Professor (1992-1999), Professor (1999-2005)

1999-2000 Visiting Professor, French Academy of Sciences at the ESPCI Paris

1992 Visiting Professor, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris

1985-1992 Amoco Research Center, Tulsa
5. Consulting, patents, etc.: none
6. State(s) in which registered: none
7. Principal publications of last five years


  1. Scales, J.A. and M. Batzle, Millimeter wave spectroscopy of rocks and fluids, 86, Applied Physics Letters, 2006.

  2. Gret, A., R. Snieder and J.A. Scales, Time-lapse monitoring of rock property changes with coda wave interferometry, Journal of Geophysical Research, B03305, 2006.

  3. Zadler, B., A. Gret and J.A. Scales, Spectroscopy versus interferometry: resolving small changes, American Journal of Physics, 73, 837--844, 2005.

  4. Campman, X, K. van Wijk, J.A. Scales and G. Herman, Imaging and suppressing near-receiver scattered surface waves, 70, V20--V29, Geophysics, 2005.

  5. Van Wijk, K., D. Komatitsch, J.A. Scales and J. Tromp, Analysis of strong scattering at the micro-scale, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 115, 1006--1011, 2004.

  6. Van Wijk, K., M. Haney and J.A. Scales, Energy propagation in a strongly scattering 1D laboratory model, Physical Review E., 69, 0366111-5 ,2004.

  7. Malcolm, A., J.A. Scales and B. van Tiggelen, Extracting the Green function from diffuse, equipartitioned waves, Physical Review E, 70, 015601R1-4, 2004.

  8. Scales, J.A. and A.E. Malcolm, Laser characterization of ultrasonic wave propagation in random media, Physical Review E, 67, 0466181--7, 2003.

  9. Snieder, R., A. Gret, H. Douma, and J.A. Scales, Coda wave interferometry for estimating nonlinear behavior in seismic velocity, Science, 295, 2253--2255, 2002.

  10. Van Wijk, K., J.A. Scales, D. Mikesell and J. Peacock, Non-contacting seismology, Geophysical Research Letters, 32, L01308, 2005.

  11. Zadler, B., J. LeRousseau, J.A. Scales and M.L. Smith, Resonance ultrasound spectroscopy: theory and application, Geophysical Journal International, 156, 154--169, 2004

  12. Van Wijk, K., J.A. Scales, W. Navidi and L. Tenorio, Data and model uncertainty estimation for linear inversion, Geophysical Journal International, 149, 625--632, 2002.

  13. Scales, J.A., Imaging and inversion of acoustic and elastic waves, in Scattering, edited by Pike and Sabatier, Academic Press, 578--593, 2002.

  14. Scales, J.A. and K. Van Wijk, Tunable multiple scattering system, Applied Physics Letters, 79, 2294--2296, 2001.

  15. Scales, J.A. and L. Tenorio, Prior information and uncertainty in inverse problems, Geophysics, 66, 389--397, 2001.


8. Scientific and professional societies of which a member

American Physical Society, Optical Society of America, Sigma Xi


9. Honors and Awards

Visiting Professor, French Academy of Sciences, 1999-2000

Visiting professor of The Japanese 21st Century COE Program, 2004

Fellow, Institute of Physics (England), elected 1999

Fellow, Royal Astronomical Society (England), elected 1987.
10. Institutional and professional service in the last five years

1996-present Member of International Advisory Board: Inverse Problems

1993-1996 Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research
11. Professional Development in last 5 years
1. NAME AND ACADEMIC RANK

Jeff Squier, Professor of Physics

2. DEGREES

B.S., Engineering Physics, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, 1984.

M.S., Physics, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, 1986.

Ph.D., Optics, Institute of Optics, University of Rochester, 1992.

3. NUMBER OF YEARS OF SERVICE ON THIS FACULTY

Four years, originally appointed August 21, 2002

4. OTHER RELATED EXPERIENCE

2002 to Present – Professor of Physics, Colorado School of Mines

1999 – 2002 Research Director, Wilson-Squier Research Group,University of California, San Diego, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

1995 - 1998 Director, Dynamic Microscopy Group, Associate Project Scientist, University of California, San Diego, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

1992 - 1995 Coordinator for Ultrafast Optics, University of Michigan, Center for Ultrafast Optical Science

1989 - 1992 University of Michigan, Center for Ultrafast Optical Science

1988 - 1989 Allied Signal, Applied Physics Division

1986 - 1988 University of Rochester, Laboratory for Laser Energetics

1985 - 1986 IBM, Laserprinter Division

5. PATENTS

Microfluidic cell sorter and analyzer (pending 2006).

Method for Controlling Configuration of Laser Induced Breakdown and Ablation

(issued April 8, 1994, Patent No. 5,656,186)

Amplification of ultrashort pulses with Nd:glass amplifiers pumped by alexandrite

free running laser (issued August 10, 1993 Patent No. 5,235,606)

6. STATES IN WHICH REGISTERED: None.

7. PRINCIPAL PUBLICATIONS OF LAST FIVE YEARS

1. D. Fittinghoff, J. Aus der Au, J. Squier, “Collinear, Background Free, third harmonic pulse measurement techniques for microscopy, Opt. Comm., 247, 405-426 (2005).

2. R. Fallon, T. Stiles, T. Vestad, J. Oakey, D. Marr, J. Squier, R. Jiminez “Hydrodynamic focusing of vacuum-pumped microfluidics,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 1, 280 (2005).

3.“Optical trapping, manipulation, and sorting of cells and colloids in microfluidic systems with diode laser bars,” R. Applegate, J. Squier, T. Vestad, J. Oakey, D. Marr, Optics Express, vol. 12, No. 19, 4390-4398, September 20, 2004.

4. “Visualization of mitochondria in cardiomyocytes by simultaneous harmonic generation and fluorescence microscopy,” V. Barzda, C. Greenhalgh, J. Aus der Au, S. Elmore, J. Beek, J. Squier, Opt. Express, 13,8263 (2005).

5. “Third harmonic generation spectroscopy of fluids: Resonant enhancement and ligand binding in hemoglobin,” O. Clay, A. Millard, C. Schaffer, J. Aus der Au, P. Tsai, J. Squier, D. Kleinfeld, accepted for publication, JOSA B.



6. “Microfluidic sorting system based on optical waveguide integration and diode laser bar trapping,” R. Applegate, J. Squier, T. Vestad, J. Oakey, D. Marr, P. Bado, M. Dugan, A. Said, Lab on a Chip, in press.

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