Physics Astronomy and Geology

Department of Physics Astronomy and Geology

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Associate Professor Physics, Astronomy and Geology; Department Chair of Physics, Astronomy and Geology
McAllister Hall 338C
Visiting Assistant Professor, Physics
MAC 335 B
Associate Professor of Geology
McAllister Hall 327B
Assistant Professor of Physics
MAC 338 B

Dr. Zachary Lindsey is an Assistant Professor of Physics and currently teaches courses in physics and engineering, while leading students in experimental physics research. His research combines aspects of physics, chemistry, materials science, and engineering to investigate novel semiconductor growth methods and materials with various optoelectronic and energy conversion applications.

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Professor of Physics and Astronomy
McAllister Hall 338A

Dr. Todd Timberlake is a Professor of Physics and Astronomy. He teaches courses in computational physics, classical and quantum mechanics, and historical astronomy. He conducts research in computational quantum mechanics, the use of computers for teaching physics and astronomy, and the history of astronomy. He is the author of two books: Finding Our Place in the Solar System (from Cambridge University Press) and Classical Mechanics with Maxima (from Springer).

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