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  • Research
    Computing and Simulation events Calendar Physics Colloquia Series Colloquia Archive Physics for the Rest of Us Lecture Series current students Society of Physics Students Chapter Advising Handouts Senior Projects Awards Scholarships Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Research The Physics and Astronomy faculty bring a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences to our department They continue to be active in research and participate in the advancement of science through scholarly papers talks and attending national meetings We have a number of on campus reasearch activities many of them are well suited for undergraduate participation Listed below are a number of projects ongoing in our department Areas of Research Scholarly Works Publications Patents Presentations Astronomy Astrophysics Margoniner Taylor Atomic Molecular and Chemical Physics DeGraffenreid Ray T Sergan V Sergan Biophysics Jensen Computational Physics Block

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  • Publications
    Bounds Physical Review A 2012 T Sergan and V Sergan Spatial and orientational control of liquid crystal alignment using a surface localized polymer layer Applied Physics Letters 2012 V Margoniner Galaxy Mass Correlations on 10 Mpc Scales in the Deep Lens Survey The Astrophysical Journal 2012 T Sergan V Sergan and R Herrera In situ control of surface molecular order in liquid crystals using a localised polymer network and its application to electro optical devices Liquid Crystals 2012 V Margoniner Discovery of a Dissociative Galaxy Cluster Merger with Large Physical Separation The Astrophysical Journal 2012 W DeGraffenreid Reference lines in the optogalvanic spectra of uranium and thorium in the wavelength range 422 nm to 462 nm Journal of the Optical Society of America B 2012 H Partovi Majorization Formulation of Uncertainty in Quantum Mechanics Physical Review A 2011 J Bürki The Nanoscale Free Electron Model Chapter published in Handbook of Nanophysics Principles and Methods 2010 T Sergan Application of Commercially Available Liquid Crystal Polymer Films for Improvement of Color and Viewing angle Performance of Twisted Nematic Devices Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 2010 J Bürki Determining the Energy Barrier for Decay out of Superdeformed Bands Physics Letters B 2010 T Sergan and V Sergan Control of the molecular pretilt angle in liquid crystal devices by using a low density localized polymer network Chemical Physics Letters 2010 H Partovi Equilibrium Charge Density on a Thin Curved Wire American Journal of Physics 2009 V Margoniner Shear selected Clusters from the Deep Lens Survey III Masses from Weak Lensing Astrophysical Journal 2009 H Partovi Correlative Capacity of Composite Quantum States Physical Review Letters 2009 H Partovi Verschränkung versus Stosszahlansatz Disappearance of the Thermodynamic Arrow in a High Correlation Environment Physical Review E 2008 V Margoniner Photometric Redshifts and Signal to Noise Ratios Astrophysical Journal 2008 V Margoniner Probing the Relation Between X Ray Derived and Weak Lensing Derived Masses for Shear Selected Galaxy Clusters I A781 Astrophysical Journal 2008 T Sergan and V Sergan High Performance Active Liquid Crystalline Shutters for Stereo Computer Graphics and Other 3 D Technologies Journal of Display Technology 2007 H Partovi Intrinsic comparative statics of a general class of profit maximizing rate of return regulated firms Oxford Economic Papers 2007 E Gibson The HKS experiment on Λ hypernuclear spectroscopy via electroproduction at JLab Nuclear Physics A 2007 H Partovi Existence of a Universal Comparative Statics Matrix for Differentiable Optimization Problems Economic Theory 2007 E Gibson Determination of the Pion Charge Form Factor at Q 2 1 60 and 2 45 GeV c 2 Physical Review Letters 2006 E Gibson Pionic charge exchange on the proton from 40 to 250 MeV Physics Letters B 2006 H Partovi A Complete Theory of Comparative Statics for Differentiable Optimization Problems Metroeconomica 2006 H Partovi and Eliza Morris Electrodynamics of a Magnet Moving through a Metallic Pipe Canadian Journal of Physic s 2006 E Gibson π p differential cross sections at low energies Physics Letters B 2006 R Phelps CCD Photometry of the

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  • Presentations
    Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Recent Presentations H Partovi Verschraenkung versus Stosszahlansatz The second law rests on low correlation levels in our cosmic neighborhood 2012 Anacapa Society Meeting Hamline University Saint Paul Minnesota May 2012 H Partovi Verschraenkung versus Stosszahlansatz Correlation Level in the Environment Makes or Brakes the Second Law International Symposium on Quantum Thermodynamics Stuttgart Germany September 2010 W DeGraffenreid Scientific Professionalism Society of Physics Students Zone 18 Meeting California State University San Bernardino San Bernardino California April 2009 W DeGraffenreid V Sergan and G Shoemaker Advanced Laboratories at Sacramento State American Physical Society April Meeting Saint Louis Missouri April 2008 W DeGraffenreid Scientific Ethics Professionalism Society of Physics Students Zone 16 Meeting University of Northern Arizona Flagstaff Arizona October 2007 H Partovi Electrodynamics of a magnet moving through a pipe challenging undergraduates with theoretical projects Theorists at Primarily Undergraduate Instutions Symposium Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Santa Barbara California July 2007 W DeGraffenreid Teaching Professionalism to Undergraduates Southern California American Association of Physics Teachers Spring Meeting University of Southern California Los Angeles California April 2007 C Taylor Use of Clickers in Introductory Astronomy Courses at California State University Sacramento 2007 Joint Meeting of the American Astronomical Society and the American Association of Physics Teachers Seattle Washington January 2007 V Sergan and T Sergan High performance active liquid crystalline shutters for stereo computer graphics and other 3D technologies Liquid Crystal Technology and Applications Conference SPIE Great Lakes Photonics Symposium Dayton Ohio June 2006 W DeGraffenreid and R Dixon Sac State Chemistry Effects and Use of Spray Electrification in Aerosol Charge Detection for HPLC International Symposium and Exhibit on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques San Francisco California

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  • Tutoring Center
    Chapter Advising Handouts Senior Projects Awards Scholarships Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook

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  • Private Tutor List
    Students Chapter Advising Handouts Senior Projects Awards Scholarships Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni

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  • Events
    of Physics Students Chapter Advising Handouts Senior Projects Awards Scholarships Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Events at Sacramento State Public observing nights are held at least once a semester at Sacramento State We meet in the early evening for a general interest talk on a topic in astronomy followed by observing at the campus observatory on the roof of Amador Hall The next public observing night is scheduled for Tuesday October 7 2014 The speaker will be Sacramento State lecturer Dr Seth Hillbrand and the title of the public talk is Why is the Night Sky Dark You can call the Astronomy Information Line at 278 5828 for updates and information about cancellation due to bad weather as the date gets closer Free parking permits are available on the second page of

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  • Information
    Scholarships Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Astronomy at Sacramento State Astronomy is an important part of the Department of Physics and Astronomy Professors Vera Margoniner and Chris Taylor pursue active programs of research education and public outreach at Sacramento State Public Outreach Public Outreach information including information on public observing nights is available at the Astronomy Events page or from the Physics Department s Calendar page Education The Department offers a minor in Astronomy The minor requires a total of 18 units from 7 courses For more information on the minor in Astronomy please see the Astronomy Minor page We offer seven different Astronomy courses ASTR 004A Introduction to the Solar System ASTR 004B Introduction to Stars Galaxies and Cosmology ASTR 004C Introduction to Astrobiology ASTR 006 Astronomical Observation Laboratory ASTR 131 Solar System and Space Exploration ASTR 132 Stars Galaxies and Cosmology ASTR 196 Dark Energy and Dark Matter In addition the Special Problems course ASTR 199 is also offered It serves as a catch all for what ever seems especially interesting or topical or as a course for student research projects Research Professors Margoniner and Taylor maintain active research programs in Astronomy at Sacramento State Professor Margoniner specializes in observational cosmology Professor Taylor s research area is in observations of interstellar gas in nearby galaxies especially dwarf galaxies He investigates the role of this gas in the formation and evolution

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  • Anechoic Chamber
    Development Certificate Scientific Computing and Simulation events Calendar Physics Colloquia Series Colloquia Archive Physics for the Rest of Us Lecture Series current students Society of Physics Students Chapter Advising Handouts Senior Projects Awards Scholarships Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Anechoic Chamber The Sacramento State anechoic chamber and associated acoustics capability is a major unique facility of the Department of Physics and Astronomy This two story walk in chamber is used to conduct accurate sound measurements Acoustic isolation of over 70 dB minimizes influence of outside noise The chamber is floating on an independent foundation further decoupling it from building vibrations The non reflective properties of the walls extend over the frequency 100 to 15 000 Hz The chamber has been used to certify characteristics of loudspeakers and California Highway Patrol sirens It

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