|Present||Professor, Physics, University of Northern Iowa ‐ Department of Physics|
Honors and Awards
- REST Award for Service to the Physics Department of Northern Iowa (2012)
- Research Highlighted in CNS Faculty Focus Web Site (2011)
- Nominated for Excellence in Teaching Award by College Dean 's Student Advisory Council (2011)
- Aladdin Lamp Award - Synchrotron Radiation Center in Stoughton, WI (2001)
- Incomplete List of Excellent Teaching Assistants (1997)
- Conceptual Physics Laboratory
- General Physics I & II
- Engineering Physics I
- Freshman Projects
- Introduction to Electronics
- Physical Computing
- PLTW Digital Electronics
- Statistical Mechanics & Thermodynamics
- Physics Seminar
- Nanoscience courses (Lab & Lecture): Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced
University of Northern Iowa
Physics Building 304
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0150
Office: PHY 304
Phone: (319) 273-2380
Simulated structural and magnetic behavior of Mn-Ti intercalated dichalcogenide crystals.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2016)
We present the results of extensive Monte Carlo simulations of intercalated manganese– titanium (Mn–Ti) layered TiS2 crystals. The computational model ...
Ballistic Electron Transport Properties Across the Manganese/Silicon Interface
Applied Physics Letters (2013)
Ballistic electron transmission is used to investigate electron transport across the Au/Mn/Si and Au/Siinterfaces. The Au/Mn/Si spectra exhibit multiple threshold voltages above the Schottky barrier. The ...
Emergence of Long Range One-Dimensional Nanostructures in a Disordered Two-Dimensional ...
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2012)
Multiple microscopic techniques have been employed to study Mn-intercalated Ti1+δS2 at different length scales. The introduction of Mn intercalates resulted ...
Formation of Nanoscale Clusters During the Initial Stages of CaF2CaF2 ...
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vacuum, Suifaces, and Films (2010)
The initial stages of high temperature CaF2CaF2growth by molecular beam epitaxy on Si(111) substrates with a 3° miscut were characterized ...