~ Adjunct Instructor of Physics & AstronomyAssociate Director of J.I. Holcomb Observatory & Planetarium(317) email@example.com
Education: B.S., M.S. Indiana University
Expertise: Astronomy education and public outreach.
H. Marshall Dixon
~ Emeritus Professor of Physics & Astronomy(317) 940-9407
Education: A.B., M.S., Ph.D. University of Virginia
Expertise: Digital and analog electronics, computer
architecture, and mathematical physics
~ Department HeadProfessor of Physics & Astronomy(317) firstname.lastname@example.org
Education: B.S. University of Science and Technology of China;
M.S., Ph.D. University of Colorado
Expertise: experimental atomic collision physics, theoretical
and experimental nonlinear interactions between lasers and atoms,
quantum optics and multiphoton ionizations, computational physics,
and observational astronomy.
~ Adjunct Facultymjjusti1@butler.edu
Education: B.S., M.S. Physics Purdue University
M.S. Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Indiana
Expertise: small angle X-ray scattering, nuclear magnetic
resonance, applied biological physics, lipid membrane bilayer
systems, mammalian sphingolipid signaling, lipid-lipid interactions
and lipid-protein interactions.
~ Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy(317) email@example.com
Education:B.S. Michigan State University; Ph.D. Ohio
Expertise: Intermediate energy theoretical nuclear physics
(nuclear scattering, weapons), exploration geophysics (seismology
data acquisition and processing), and computational physics
(application of numerical techniques to physical problems).
~ Professor of Physics & AstronomyDirector - J. I. Holcomb Observatory & Planetarium(317) firstname.lastname@example.orgView Profile
Education: B.S. University of Iowa; M.A., Ph.D. Indiana
Expertise: Dynamics of dense stellar systems, growth of
supermassive black holes in galactic nuclei, variable stars in
globular star clusters, computational astrophysics, and
~ Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy(317) email@example.com
Education: B.S. Monterry Institute of Technology, Mexico; Ph.D.
University of Texas at Austin.
Expertise: Quantum three-body scattering, solvable models in one
dimension, quantum dots and quantum wires, chaotic maps,
atomic-light interactions, quantum Brownian motion, and
~ Instructor of Physics & AstronomyAssociate Dean of Liberal Arts & Sciences for Student Affairs(317) firstname.lastname@example.org
Education: B.A. Wittenburg University; Ph.D. Collge of William
Expertise: Physics education, quantum chromodynamics and
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