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About Daniel Ludwigsen

Working in the physics of musical instruments, immersed in the dynamics of teaching and learning. Research interests include structural vibration, acoustic resonator, noise control and psychoacoustics. Teaching efforts focus on adapting results of physics education research to the Kettering University setting, promoting active learning and high expectations, in a positive setting.

Positions

2016 Present Physics Department Head, Kettering University
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2005 Present Associate Professor, Kettering University
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Courses

  • EP-485, Acoustic Testing and Modeling
  • PHYS-412, Theoretical Mechanics
  • PHYS-388, Acoustics in the Human Environment
  • PHYS-302, Vibration, Sound and Light
  • PHYS-224, Electricity and Magnetism
  • PHYS-114, Newtonian Mechanics

Education

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19922001 PhD, Brigham Young University - Provo
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19881992 BA, Beloit College
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Publications (4)

Conference Materials (1)