|Present||Professor, Department of Mathematics, Western Washington University ‐ Department of Mathematics|
|1993 - 1998||PhD, University of Washington ‐ Mathematics|
|1992 - 1992||MSc (Dist.), University of Canterbury ‐ Mathematics|
|1988 - 1991||BSc (Hons), University of Canterbury ‐ Mathematics|
Western Washington University
Department of Mathematics
516 High Street
Bellingham, WA 98225-9063
Office: Bond Hall 186
Phone: (360) 650-4272
Fax: (360) 650-7788
Research Works (18)
Predicitve modeling of nanoscale domain morphology in solution-processed organic thin ...
Physics Review Materials (2017)
The electronic and optoelectronic properties of molecular semiconductor thin films are directly linked to their extrinsic nanoscale structural characteristics such ...
Analysis of Optical Losses in High-Efficiency CuInS2-Based Nanocrystal LSCs - Balancing ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2017)
Luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs) use down-converting luminophores embedded in a waveguide to absorb sunlight and deliver high irradiance, narrowband output ...
Bright CuInS2/CdS nanocrystal phosphors for high-gain full-spectrum luminescent solar ...
Chemistry Communications (2015)
The performance of colloidal CuInS2/CdS nanocrystals as phosphors for full-spectrum luminescent solar concentrators has been examined. Their combination of large ...
Contribution to Book
Stability of the Gauge Equivalent Classes in Inverse Stationary transport ...
Tomography and inverse transport theory (2011)
In the inverse stationary transport problem through anisotropic attenuating, scattering, and refractive media, the albedo operator stably determines the gauge ...