A. John Mallinckrodt
Homepage of a professor of Physics contains personal information, schedule of classess, and details about his works.
Provides educational links on dielectric relaxation, heterogeneous catalytic reaction and finite element method.
Includes educational background, photos, and list of publications of the postdoctoral researcher.
Studies concepts and advancements on circumplanetary dust physics, astronomical signal and image analysis.
Shows the physicist’s curriculum vitae, discusses deep inelastic scattering, and compiles educational links.
Ard van Bergen
Works as an independent scientific consultant on theoretical physics matters. Shows publication highlights and curriculum vitae.
Barbara De Lotto
Contains event schedules, presents article archives, and offers resource links.
Presents research portfolio, compiles resources, and shows contact details.
Explores the scientist’s research collaborations, projects, and articles.
Chang Liu and Na Deng
Compiles photos, shows research highlights, and discusses personal information of the teaching assistant.
Shows the professor’s academic interests, scientific resource links, and picture galleries.
Explains research projects, shows technical tips, and displaysphotograph collections.
Explores the professor’s research interests in theoretical physics fields.
Homepage of Colin Baxter, theoretical physicist. Research interests include quantum optics, atomic and molecular physics, mechanical effects of radiation (radiation presure).
Features tools for searching home pages and contact details of scientists working on medical physics research.
Researcher on atomic physics, electron impact ionization, excitation and recombination, parallelization of the R-matrix codes, distorted waves method, and time dependent method.
Highlights the researches done on quantum mechanics, quantum chaos, theory of driven mesoscopic systems, quantum irreversibility, dissipation and dephasing.
Features pictures of astronomical phenomenon, shows research highlights, and provides educational articles.
Dr. Iitaka's Home Page
Explores the researches done in the field of computational physics, quantum physics, earth sciences and mineralogy.
Researches on computation and neruoengineering physics.
Edward F. Redish
Discusses projects, classes, and activities relevant to theoretical nuclear physics.
Provides Einstien overview, moments, physics resources, archives, quotations, photo gallery, and related pages.
Explains the string theory, gauge/string duality and QCD.
Shows games, resources, and educational links relating to biophysics, biomedical engineering, and medical physics.
Presents resources and links relevant to computational fluid dynamics, particle-solid and plasma interaction physics, plasma physics, biophysics of membrane proteins.
Compiles educational materials relevant to energy and medical physics.
Provides energy and recycling information, shows links to physics organizations, and compiles papers on high energy physics.
Features research results and papers relevant to astrophysics and linguistics.
Shows course outlines and resources; and compiles publication lists relevant to thermodynamics, statistical physics, and fluid mechanics.
Compiles resources and publications on nuclear forces, high energy proton collisions, and the group structure of grand unified theories.
Hanif Bayat Movahed
Shows the relation between conformation and thermodynamics; and discusses the projects relating to protein structural transition in the biological systems.
Features the research and family information of the professor.
Explores environmental monitoring, 3D terrain reconstruction, and improvement of classifier performances.
Explains basics on x-ray scattering and cryptography, shows physics-related resources, and presents picture galleries.
Jens A. Berger
Discusses the experiments and researches done by the physicist. Also includes publication list of physics-related materials.
Focuses on researching the structure and development of communications networks.
Shows tools to renormalize group equations, contains links to resources involving science and culture, and presents tutorials on the LaTeX program.
PBS presents the story of a complex, world-class physicist who became the driving force behind the Soviet Union's race to develop the atomic bomb.
Discusses the highlights of the researches done in the field of plasma physics and controlled thermonuclear fusion.
Explores the field of statistical mechanics relating to non-equilibrium systems. Presents research highlights.
Contains teaching resources, shows lecture highlights, and presents research details.
Explores the development on the fields of optics, optical communications, and metrology.
Wake Forrest professor provides information on research, teaching, and contact details.
Researches on the unification of the fundamental forces in physics. Shows highlights of the experiments conducted.
Presents links to the various propulsion laboratories on the region, shows details on lab materials, and provides physics tutorials.
Discusses the interests, work experiences, and educational qualifications of the physicists involved in non-liner dynamics researches.
Explains developments on the researches done with optical pulses, semiconductor microstructures, and quantum optics.
Contains links, resources, and educational materials relating to the physicist’s work on time, Zeno’s paradoxes, and consciousness.
Contains course descriptions, technical manuals, and details on researches done.
Explains details of the undergraduate internship programs, shows highlights on research papers, and discusses the experiences of the physicist.
Compiles articles and papers on various contemporary physical concepts. Also contains educational resource links.
Discusses research interests, shows publications, and presents educational resources of the professor from Portland State University.
Discusses the physicist’s areas of research and teaching on the fields of granular material acoustics, aeroacoustics, and thermoacoustics.
Stephen L. Levy
Shows the experiences, research areas, and photos of the scientific expert studying particle physics.
Researches on the properties of cell adhesion molecules to determine receptor-ligand phenotypes.
Compiles educational references and links to string theories and topological matrix models.
Experiments on high-energy physics at the OPAL, BaBar, and Atlas facilities. Research focuses on calorimetry, QCD, and tau-physics.
Shows the physicist’s talks, publications, and research projects about theoretical and statistical physics.
Vladimir Montealegre PhD MBA BSc
Research interests in Complex Networks and their applications. Interdisciplinary background in physics, business administration and risk management.
Wu, Jiun-Huei Proty
Highlights program codes for cosmology applications, shows research details, and presents resource links.