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Berry Physics & Astronomy Faculty Publications & Presentations (1999-2010)

Publications by Berry Physics Faculty

The papers below were co-authored by Berry physics faculty (whose names are in bold). The names of Berry student co-authors are in italics.

  • Todd Timberlake, "The Statistical Interpretation of Entropy: An Activity," The Physics Teacher (2010) 48: 516-519.
  • Todd K. Timberlake, "Comparing periodic-orbit theory to perturbation theory in the asymmetric infinite square well," Physical Review E (2010) 81: 046207.
  • Todd Timberlake, "A Ticket to the World of Chaos," review of Chaos: A Collection of Programs for the PC by Korsch, Jodl, and Hartmann, in Computing in Science & Engineering (May/June 2010) 12: 8-10.
  • Todd K. Timberlake and Molly M. Nelson, "Quantum signatures of non-Newtonian orbits in the asymmetric infinite square well," Physical Review E79: 036213 (2009).
  • Todd Timberlake, "Using Computer Simulations to Explore the History of Astronomy," ESERA 2009 Conference Proceedings (2009).
  • Todd Timberlake and Javier Hasbun, "Computation in Classical Mechanics," American Journal of Physics (2008) 76(4&5): 334-339.
  • Ron Taylor and Todd Timberlake, "Tearing Plastic: A Laboratory Exercise on Fractals and Hyperbolic Geometry," PRIMUS (2007) 17(4): 316-324.
  • Jeffery Tucker and Todd Timberlake, "Statistical Analysis of the Randomness of Prime Numbers," Proceedings of the Harriet J. Walton Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Research (2007) 5: 15-19.
  • T. Timbelrake, "Random numbers and random matrices: Quantum chaos meets number theory", American Journal of Physics, 74 547-553 (2006).
  • T. Timberlake, F. Petruzielo, and L. E. Reichl, "Localization of Floquet states along a continuous line of periodic orbits," Physical Review E 72, 016208 (2005).
  • P. Wallace, S. Bloom, and M. Lewis, "A multiwavelength investigation of unidentified EGRET sources," Astrophysics and Space Science 297, 409-414 (2005).
  • Charles D. Lane, "Probing Lorentz violation with Doppler-shift experiments," Physical Review D 72, 016005 (2005).
  • Charles D. Lane, "An SME Analysis of Doppler-Effect Experiments," in V. A. Kostelecky, ed., Third Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, World Scientific, 2005.
  • S. D. Bloom, R. Cool, D. A. Dale, A. Haugsjaa, C. Miller, C. Peters, M. Tornikoski, and P. M. Wallace, "An Optical Survey of the Position Error Contours of Unidentified High-Energy Gamma-Ray Sources at Galactic Latitude b > |20|," The Astronomical Journal 128, 56 (2004).
  • T. Timberlake, "A computational approach to teaching conservative chaos," The American Journal of Physics 72: 1002-1007 (2004).
  • C. Lane (with Robert Bluhm, V. Alan Kostelecky, and Neil Russel), "Probing Lorentz and CPT violation with space-based experiments," Physical Review D 68: 125008 (2003).
  • T. Timberlake and J. V. Foreman, "Correlation of the photodetachment rate of a scarred resonance state with the classical Lyapunov exponent." Physical Review Letters 90: 103001 (2003).
  • P. M. Wallace, J. P. Halpern, A. M. Magelhes, and D. J. Thompson, "An AGN Identification for 3EG J2006-2321," Astrophysical Journal 569, 36 (2002).
  • Robert Bluhm, V. Alan Kostelecky, Charles D. Lane, and Neil Russell, "Clock-Comparison Tests of Lorentz and CPT Symmetry in Space", Physical Review Letters 88, 090801 (2002).
  • V. Alan Kotelecky, Charles D. Lane, and Austin G. M. Pickering, "One-Loop Renormalization of Lorentz-Violating Electrodynamics", Physical Review D 65, 056006 (2002).
  • Charles D. Lane, "Atomic Probes of Noncommutative Field Theory", in V. A. Kostelecky, ed., Second Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, World Scientific (2002).
  • T. Timberlake and L. E. Reichl, "Phase-space picture of resonance creation and avoided crossings", Physical Review A 64, 033404 (2001).
  • S. M. Caroll, J. A. Harvey, V. A. Kotelecky, C. D. Lane, and T. Okamoto, "Noncommutative Field Theory and Lorentz Violation", Physical Review Letters 87, 141601 (2001).
  • P. M. Wallace, D. L. Bertsch, S. D. Bloom, N. J. Griffis, D. A. Kniffen, R. C. Hartman, and D. J. Thompson, "A Systematic Search for Short-term Variability of EGRET Sources," The Astrophysical Journal 540, 184 (2000).
  • C. A. Grossmann, M. A. LaBonte, G. E. Mitchell, J. D. Shriner, J. F. Shriner, Jr., G. A. Vavrina, and P. M. Wallace, "Complete Spectroscopy of Phosphorous-30," Physical Review C 62, 024323 (2000).

Presentations by Berry Physics Faculty

The presentations below were co-authored by Berry physics faculty (whose names are in bold). The names of Berry student co-authors are in italics.

  • T. Timberlake and M. Belloni, "Using Computer Simulations in Introductory Astronomy," invited talk at the 2010 Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Portland, OR, July 2010.
  • T. Timberlake, M. Belloni, A. Titus, and M. Montazer, "A Flexible Platform for Teaching Astronomy and Astrophysics," 2010 Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Washington, DC, February 2010.
  • S. Camp and T. Timberlake, "Wave Packet Revivals in the Asymmetric Infinite Square Well," poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society, Atlanta, GA, November 2009.
  • M. Belloni and T. Timberlake, "A Flexible Platform for Teaching Astronomy," 2009 Fall Meeting of the North Carolina Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Pembroke, NC, October 2009.
  • T. Timberlake, "Using Computer Simulations to Explore the History of Astronomy," workshop at the 2009 European Science Education Research Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, September 2009.
  • Charles Lane, Eric McDowell, Dan Robb, Ron Taylor, Kevin Hoke, and Michael Papazian, "IBL Across the Curriculum," invited panel discussion, Legacy of R. L. Moore Conference, Austin, TX, July 2009.
  • T. Timberlake, "An Active Introduction to Entropy and Irreversibility for Liberal Arts Students," 2009 Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Ann Arbor, MI July 2009.
  • T. Timberlake, "Exploring the Copernican Revolution Through Computer Simulations," 2009 Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Ann Arbor, MI July 2009.
  • T. Timberlake, "Exploring the Copernican Revolution Through Computer Simulations," International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group Biennial Conference, South Bend, IN, June 2009.
  • T. Timberlake, "Religion and the Copernican Revolution," invited talk at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Rome, GA, May 2009.
  • T. Timberlake, "Religion and the Copernican Revolution," invited talk at Berry College, Mount Berry, GA, March 2009.
  • Ron Taylor, Todd Timberlake, and Charles Lane, "Active Learning at Berry", invited talk at the 11th Annual Legacy of R. L. Moore Conference, Austin, TX, July 2008.
  • T. Timberlake and Jeffrey Tucker, "Is there quantum chaos in the prime numbers?," talk given at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society, Nashville, TN, November 2007.
  • Molly Nelson and Todd Timberlake, "Eigenvalue spacings of the asymmetric infinite square well," 2007 Socity of Physics Students Joint Zone Meeting, Nasvhille, TN, November 2007.
  • Charles Lane, "Doppler-effect Experiments and Lorentz Violation," Fourth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, IN, August 2007.
  • T. Timberlake, ``Incorporating Philosophy of Science in Physics for Nonscience Majors,'' talk given at the 2007 Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Greensboro, NC, July 2007.
  • T. Timberlake, ``Computational Physics at Berry College, In and Out of the Classroom,'' poster presented at the AAPT Topic Conference on Computational Physics for Upper-Level Physics Programs, Davidson, NC, July 2007.
  • Charles Lane, "Dark Matter through the Ages," plenary talk for MNS and Sigma Xi Annual Scientific Research Colloquium, Berry College, Georgia, April 2007.
  • T. Timberlake, "What Can Quantum Chaos Possibly Mean?," invited talk at Davidson College, Davidson, NC, February 2007.
  • T. Timberlake, "Choosing the Right Mixture of Techniques and Technologies," 2007 Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Seattle, WA, January 2007.
  • P. Wallace, "Johannes Kepler's Intelligent Design," 2007 Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Seattle, WA, January 2007.
  • T. Timberlake, "Writing-Intensive Quantum Mechanics," talk given at the 2006 Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Anchorage, AL, January 2006.
  • T. Timberlake, "Inquiry-based physics for non-science students," talk given at the Ninth Legacy of R. L. Moore Conference, Austin, TX, May 2006.
  • P. Wallace, "Kepler's Astronomia Nova in the Classroom," talk given at the 2006 Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Anchorage, AK, January 2006.
  • P. Wallace, "Johannes Kepler's Intelligent Design," invited talk given at the Joint meeting of the Atlanta Astronomy Club and the Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, July 2006.
  • P. M. Wallace, "The Copernican Revolution as Story: An Antidote for Scientific Illiteracy," poster presented at the 31st Meeting of the Historical Astronomy Division of the American Astronomical Society, Cambridge, England. 4-9 September 2005.
  • Charles Lane, "Doppler-effect experiments and Lorentz symmetry," poster presented at DAMOP 2005, Lincoln, Nebraska. May 2005.
  • Chalres Lane, "An SME Analysis of Doppler-Effect Lorentz Tests," talk given at the 3rd Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana. August 2004.
  • T. Timberlake, "A computational approach to teaching conservative chaos," poster presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Physics Research and Education, South Hadley, MA. June 2004.
  • C. Lane, "Satellite-based clock-comparison tests of Lorentz and CPT symmetry," talk given at DAMOP 2004, Tucson, AZ. May 2004.
  • P. Wallace and Matt Lewis, "A Multiwavelength Investigation of Unidentified EGRET Sources", poster presented at the 2nd Workshop on Unidentified Gamma-Ray Sources, Hong Kong, China. May 2004.
  • C. Lane, "Clock-Comparison Tests of Relativity on Earth and in Space," talk given at the Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Mount Berry, GA. March 2004.
  • T. Timberlake, "Teaching Chaos Theory to Undergraduate Physics Majors," talk given at the Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Mount Berry, GA. March 2004.
  • P. Wallace, "Optical Monitoring of High-Latitude Unidentified Gamma-Ray Sources," invited talk given at North Georgia College & State University. February 2004.
  • T. Timbelrake, "Quantum-classical correspondence in driven open quantum systems," invited talk at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. January 2004.
  • T. Timberlake and J. V. Foreman, "Correlation of the photodetachment rate and lyapunov exponent for a scarred resonance state," poster and talk presented at the International Conference on Dynamical Chaos in Classical and Quantum Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia, August 2003.
  • C. Lane, panelist for the "Crackerbarrel on New Physics and Astronomy Faculty Workshop", AAPT Annual Meeting, Madison, WI, August 2003.
  • P. Wallace, S. D. Bloom, M. S. Lewis, and A. Vargas, "A Search for Optical Counterparts of Unidentified Gamma-Ray Sources", a contributed poster presented at the 202nd Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Nashville, TN, May 2003.
  • C. Lane, "Testing Relativity with Clocks in Space" an invited talk given at the American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Austin, TX, January 2003.
  • T. Timberlake and J. V. Foreman, "Correlation of Photodetachment Rate and Lyapunov Exponent for a Scarred Resonance State", talk given at the American Physical Society Southeastern Section Meeting, Auburn, AL, November 2002.
  • P. M. Wallace and S. D. Bloom, "Multiwavelength Studies of Possible AGN Counterparts of 3EG J11133+0033," Atlanta, Georgia. 2002.
  • Charles Lane, "Probing Noncommutative Geometry and Lorentz Violation with Atomic Tests," talk given at DAMOP 2002, Williamsburg, Virginia. May 2002.
  • J. V. Foreman, M. Eracleous, J. P. Halpern, D. J. Thompson, and P. M. Wallace. "Confirmed Identification of BL Lac Object 3EG J0433+2908." Poster presented at the 199th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Washington, DC. January 2002.
  • P. M. Wallace, M. Eracleous, J. V. Foreman, J. P. Halpern, and D. J. Thompson, "Multiwavelength Observations of 3EG J2006-2321 and 3EG J0433+2908", talk given at Gamma 2001, Baltimore, MD. April 2001.
  • T. Timberlake and L. E. Reichl, "Resonance creation and periodic orbits," poster presented at the International Conference on Quantum Chaos: Theory and Applications, Cocoyoc, Mexico. 8-13 July 2001.
  • T. Timberlake and L. E. Reichl, "Delocalization and harmonic generation in the driven square well," poster presented at the International Conference on Quantum Chaos: Theory and Applications, Cocoyoc, Mexico. 8-13 July 2001.
  • Charles Lane, "Atomic Probes of Noncommutative Field Theory," talk given at the 2nd Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana. August 2001.
  • Charles Lane, "Atomic Tests of Lorentz Symmetry and Noncommutative Geometry," poster presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Atomic Physics, Williamstown, Massachusetts. June 2001.
  • P. M. Wallace, J. P. Halpern, and D. J. Thompson, "A Probable Blazar Identification for 3EG J2006-2321," poster presented at the 197th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, San Diego, California. January 2001.
  • P. M. Wallace, D. L. Bertsch, S. D. Bloom, N. J. Griffis, D. A. Kniffen, R. C. Hartman, and D. J. Thompson, "New Reports of Variable Gamma-ray Sources," poster presented at the 195th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Atlanta, Georgia. January 2000.
  • P. M. Wallace, D. L. Bertsch, S. D. Bloom, N. J. Griffis, D. A. Kniffen, R. C. Hartman, and D. J. Thompson, "Variability of Unidentified 3EG Sources." Talk given at the 5th International Compton Symposium on Gamma-ray Astrophysics, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. September 1999.
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