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  • Home | Arizona State University Department of Physics
    Rotation Degree Programs Undergraduate Studies Why ASU Physics Major Minor Options Biophysics B S Physics B S Option 1 Physics B S Option 2 Physics BA PhysTEC B A E Physics Minor Admissions Financial Aid Society of Physics Students ASU Sundial General Studies Find Your Fit With Physics Course Descriptions and Transfers Physics Links Scholarships Myths and FAQs Submit a Scholarship Application Current Students Academic Advising Course Override Form Tutor List Hourly Student Time Reporting Arek Dieterle Award People Faculty Faculty by Discipline Staff Graduate Students Directory Research Biophysics Biological Physics Cosmology Particle and Astrophysics Nanoscience and Materials Physics Physics and Society View all Publications Events Upcoming seminars Department Colloquia Distinguished Lecturers Nanoscience Seminars Cosmology Seminars Biophysics Seminars Cosmology seminars Courses News Newsletter News Archive Resources Student Success Center Physics TA Schedule Policies Department Resources Physics IT Instrument Shops People Home Bacterial reaction center in the micelle of detergent molecules used for the modeling of primary charge separation in photosynthesis Dmitry Matyushov Combined Atomic Force Microscope Total Internal Reflection Microscope AFM TIRM setup Robert Ros Artist s depiction of the creation of true muonium Graphic Terry Anderson SLAC Richard Lebed Computational model of intra and inter cellular biomechanics Newman Group Scanning tunneling microscope probe reads DNA bases Stuart Lindsay PHD Students Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Program Information Admissions Profile Program of Study Financial Support How To Apply Research Exams Committees Master of Natural Science MNS MNS Program Of Study Info MNS Financial Assistance Professional Science Master s PSM PSM Program of Study Options PSM Admission PSM Accelerated 4 1 General Studies General Studies Courses Undergraduate Studies Major Minor Programs Majors Course Descriptions Undergrad Grad Scholarships Scholarship Application Upcoming Seminars Nanoscience Seminar Mon 01 11 2016 4 00pm 5 00pm No seminar 1st day of semester Department Colloquia Thu 01 14

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  • About Us | Arizona State University Department of Physics
    Course Override Form Tutor List Hourly Student Time Reporting Arek Dieterle Award People Faculty Faculty by Discipline Staff Graduate Students Directory Research Biophysics Biological Physics Cosmology Particle and Astrophysics Nanoscience and Materials Physics Physics and Society View all Publications Events Upcoming seminars Department Colloquia Distinguished Lecturers Nanoscience Seminars Cosmology Seminars Biophysics Seminars Cosmology seminars Courses News Newsletter News Archive Resources Student Success Center Physics TA Schedule Policies Department Resources Physics IT Instrument Shops People About Us Dear Friends of Physics Welcome to the Arizona State University Department of Physics Thank you for your interest in our departme nt Physics is such a fundamental science that is at the foundation of all fields of science engineering and technology Our students and faculty are advancing a broad range of themes including materials and nanoscale science biological physics particle astrophysics and cosmology All of these topics extend beyond the traditional boundaries of physics For decades Arizona State University has sustained world leadership in electron diffraction physics and high resolution electron microscopy and this strength has been greatly expanded in recent years We are a leader in physics research of solid state phenomena at nanometer scales State of the art instrumentation includes electron microscopes scanning probe microscopes ion beam probes solid state lasers and a low energy electron microscope We conduct experimental research at the smallest scales and have access to world class accelerators across the globe In addition to experimental research ASU continues to generate impressive research in theoretical physics including cosmology nuclear and particle physics and biological physics Our commitment is first and foremost to developing the highest quality programs and research opportunities for students engaged in the study of physics Our physics students go on to positions in industry or academia prepared with a top notch physics educational experience This is

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  • Contact Us | Arizona State University Department of Physics
    Lifestyle PSM Program MNS Program MNS Options Teaching Methods Courses Integrated Science Courses Contemporary Physics Courses MNS Financial Assistance Graduate Studies Program of Study Comps Committees Forms Research Rotation Degree Programs Undergraduate Studies Why ASU Physics Major Minor Options Biophysics B S Physics B S Option 1 Physics B S Option 2 Physics BA PhysTEC B A E Physics Minor Admissions Financial Aid Society of Physics Students ASU Sundial General Studies Find Your Fit With Physics Course Descriptions and Transfers Physics Links Scholarships Myths and FAQs Submit a Scholarship Application Current Students Academic Advising Course Override Form Tutor List Hourly Student Time Reporting Arek Dieterle Award People Faculty Faculty by Discipline Staff Graduate Students Directory Research Biophysics Biological Physics Cosmology Particle and Astrophysics Nanoscience and Materials Physics Physics and Society View all Publications Events Upcoming seminars Department Colloquia Distinguished Lecturers Nanoscience Seminars Cosmology Seminars Biophysics Seminars Cosmology seminars Courses News Newsletter News Archive Resources Student Success Center Physics TA Schedule Policies Department Resources Physics IT Instrument Shops People Contact Us Postal Mailing Address Arizona State University Department of Physics P O Box 871504 Tempe AZ 85287 1504 Telephone Numbers Physics Office 480 965 3561 Fax Numbers Physics Business Office 480

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  • Supporting ASU Physics | Arizona State University Department of Physics
    Support Research How To Apply Campus Visit Arizona Lifestyle PSM Program MNS Program MNS Options Teaching Methods Courses Integrated Science Courses Contemporary Physics Courses MNS Financial Assistance Graduate Studies Program of Study Comps Committees Forms Research Rotation Degree Programs Undergraduate Studies Why ASU Physics Major Minor Options Biophysics B S Physics B S Option 1 Physics B S Option 2 Physics BA PhysTEC B A E Physics Minor Admissions Financial Aid Society of Physics Students ASU Sundial General Studies Find Your Fit With Physics Course Descriptions and Transfers Physics Links Scholarships Myths and FAQs Submit a Scholarship Application Current Students Academic Advising Course Override Form Tutor List Hourly Student Time Reporting Arek Dieterle Award People Faculty Faculty by Discipline Staff Graduate Students Directory Research Biophysics Biological Physics Cosmology Particle and Astrophysics Nanoscience and Materials Physics Physics and Society View all Publications Events Upcoming seminars Department Colloquia Distinguished Lecturers Nanoscience Seminars Cosmology Seminars Biophysics Seminars Cosmology seminars Courses News Newsletter News Archive Resources Student Success Center Physics TA Schedule Policies Department Resources Physics IT Instrument Shops People Supporting ASU Physics Welcome to ASU Physics At the core of all successful physics departments is a network of faculty students staff alumni parents industry partners and friends all with a shared interest in promoting physics education and research Your involvement is appreciated at any level whether you re attending a physics event staying connected as alumni and friends or contributing financially to scholarships research and teaching The success of ASU physics is due in large part to your involvement Please consider making a gift to support ASU Physics You may make a secure online gift here or print out a gift form and mail it to us We sincerely appreciate your generosity and investment in our students faculty staff and programs Your gift

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  • Alumni Giving | Arizona State University Department of Physics
    Financial Support Research How To Apply Campus Visit Arizona Lifestyle PSM Program MNS Program MNS Options Teaching Methods Courses Integrated Science Courses Contemporary Physics Courses MNS Financial Assistance Graduate Studies Program of Study Comps Committees Forms Research Rotation Degree Programs Undergraduate Studies Why ASU Physics Major Minor Options Biophysics B S Physics B S Option 1 Physics B S Option 2 Physics BA PhysTEC B A E Physics Minor Admissions Financial Aid Society of Physics Students ASU Sundial General Studies Find Your Fit With Physics Course Descriptions and Transfers Physics Links Scholarships Myths and FAQs Submit a Scholarship Application Current Students Academic Advising Course Override Form Tutor List Hourly Student Time Reporting Arek Dieterle Award People Faculty Faculty by Discipline Staff Graduate Students Directory Research Biophysics Biological Physics Cosmology Particle and Astrophysics Nanoscience and Materials Physics Physics and Society View all Publications Events Upcoming seminars Department Colloquia Distinguished Lecturers Nanoscience Seminars Cosmology Seminars Biophysics Seminars Cosmology seminars Courses News Newsletter News Archive Resources Student Success Center Physics TA Schedule Policies Department Resources Physics IT Instrument Shops People Alumni Giving Alumni giving allows the Department to have direct and immediate impact on ASU undergraduate and graduate students in many different ways Mr William Motil MS 1963 is a long time supporter of the physics department in investing in physics students Bill spent most of his career with EG G in Albuquerque The Albuquerque Operations includes systems engineering and integration Bill worked on several classified projects throughout his career mainly involving EMP Electromagnetic Pulse sensors for the Air Force Weapons Laboratory Bill is proud to sponsor a scholorship that allows 46 physics students to travel to conferences or other research attraction He is passionate about physics and believes that our students will positively impact the future The department can support student travel

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  • Modeling Instruction – Teacher Scholarship | Arizona State University Department of Physics
    People Faculty Faculty by Discipline Staff Graduate Students Directory Research Biophysics Biological Physics Cosmology Particle and Astrophysics Nanoscience and Materials Physics Physics and Society View all Publications Events Upcoming seminars Department Colloquia Distinguished Lecturers Nanoscience Seminars Cosmology Seminars Biophysics Seminars Cosmology seminars Courses News Newsletter News Archive Resources Student Success Center Physics TA Schedule Policies Department Resources Physics IT Instrument Shops People Modeling Instruction Teacher Scholarship Program Mission The Modeling method of instruction corrects many weaknesses of the traditional lecture demonstration method including the fragmentation of knowledge student passivity and the persistence of naïve beliefs about the physical world From its inception the Modeling Instruction program has been concerned with reforming high school physics teaching to make it more coherent and student centered and to incorporate the computer as an essential scientific tool In a series of intensive workshops over two years high school teachers learn to be leaders in science teaching reform and technology infusion in their schools They are equipped with a robust teaching methodology for developing student abilities to make sense of physical experience to understand scientific claims to articulate coherent opinions of their own and defend them with cogent arguments and to evaluate evidence in support of justified belief Evaluation Outcomes Student FCI gains for 100 Arizona teachers who took Modeling Workshops were almost as high as those for leading teachers nationwide even though three fourths of the participating Arizona teachers do not have a degree in physics Teachers who implement the Modeling method most fully have the highest student posttest FCI mean scores and gains 7500 high school physics students who participated in Leadership Modeling Workshops from 1995 to 1998 Teachers gave the FCI to their classes as a baseline posttest when they were teaching traditionally before their first Modeling Workshop and as a pretest

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  • Faculty Honors | Arizona State University Department of Physics
    Society View all Publications Events Upcoming seminars Department Colloquia Distinguished Lecturers Nanoscience Seminars Cosmology Seminars Biophysics Seminars Cosmology seminars Courses News Newsletter News Archive Resources Student Success Center Physics TA Schedule Policies Department Resources Physics IT Instrument Shops People Faculty Honors See Emertus Faculty Sort by Last Name Title Order Asc Desc Ricardo Alarcon A fellow of the American Physics Society Peter Bennett Fellow American Physical Society 2003 Ralph Chamberlin Alexander von Humbolt Foundation Research Award Bruce Doak Student Fellow of the Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst DAAD 1978 80 Otto Hahn Medallion of the Max Planck Gesellschaft Germany 1980 Senior Fellow of the Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst DAAD 1994 Visiting Professor at Forschungszentrum Jülich Jülich Germany 1994 Fulbright Senior Scholar at Ruhr Universität Bochum Germany 1998 99 Visiting Professor at Max Planck Institut für Strömungsforschung Göttingen Germany 1994 2000 Visiting Professor at Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials Tohoku University Sendai Japan 2001 DAAD Science Tour 2007 Stuart Lindsay Chair Division of Biophysics American Physical Society 1995 Humbolt Senior Scientist Award 1993 Associate Editor Nanobiology Associate Editor Ultramicroscopy Arizona Innovator of the Year Arizona Chamber of Commerce 1999 Fellow American Physical Society 1990 Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science José Menéndez Presidential Young Investigator Award 1990 Fernando Ponce Ross M Tucker AIME Electronics Materials Award 1981 Honorary Professor National University Cuzco Peru 1990 Medal Eduardo de Habich Lima Peru 1999 Co Chair Materials Research Society Fall Meeting 1999 Honorary Professor Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería Lima Peru 2002 Fellow American Physical Society 2002 Chair International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors ICPS 27 July 2004 Honorary Doctor Degree Universidad Ricardo Palma Lima Peru 2005 Award Antorcha de Habich Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería Lima Peru 2005 Medal Atomo de Oro Instituto Peruano de Energia Nuclear Lima Peru 2006 Tricentennial Medal Universidad

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  • Arizona State University Department of Physics
    Science Courses Contemporary Physics Courses MNS Financial Assistance Graduate Studies Program of Study Comps Committees Forms Research Rotation Degree Programs Undergraduate Studies Why ASU Physics Major Minor Options Biophysics B S Physics B S Option 1 Physics B S Option 2 Physics BA PhysTEC B A E Physics Minor Admissions Financial Aid Society of Physics Students ASU Sundial General Studies Find Your Fit With Physics Course Descriptions and Transfers Physics Links Scholarships Myths and FAQs Submit a Scholarship Application Current Students Academic Advising Course Override Form Tutor List Hourly Student Time Reporting Arek Dieterle Award People Faculty Faculty by Discipline Staff Graduate Students Directory Research Biophysics Biological Physics Cosmology Particle and Astrophysics Nanoscience and Materials Physics Physics and Society View all Publications Events Upcoming seminars Department Colloquia Distinguished Lecturers Nanoscience Seminars Cosmology Seminars Biophysics Seminars Cosmology seminars Courses News Newsletter News Archive Resources Student Success Center Physics TA Schedule Policies Department Resources Physics IT Instrument Shops People See Current Faculty Sort by Last Name Order Asc Desc Ernst Bauer Gaede Prize German Vacuum Society 1988 Corresponding Member Goettingen Academy of Sciences 1989 Fellow American Physical Society 1991 Fellow American Vacuum Society 1994 Award of the Japan Society of Promotion of

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