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  • Electro-Optics Lab
    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 Electro optics Lab Our current optics laboratory is very well supplied for an undergraduate only institution Optical equipment includes five optical tables including two with anti vibration legs a 30 W single frequency argon ion laser a 35 mW helium neon laser a helium cadmium laser and a broad assortment of low power helium neon and diode lasers We also have two confocal microscopes and we will putting together an optical tweezers system We have a full complement of mirrors beamsplitters polarizers photodetectors optical fibers lenses and filters In addition to such standard optical equipment we have essentially all the equipment necessary to study electro magneto and opto optic effects These facilities include a polarizing microscope equipped with conoscopy and imaging attachments as well as a controllable hot stage 0 001 K control up to 200 o C Our automated liquid

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/physics/facilities/electroopticslab.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Electronics Lab
    Minor Astronomy Minor Physics Certificate Science Instrument 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 Electronics Lab Our electronics and instrumentation laboratory is equipped with modern computers equipped with LabVIEW LabWindows and DAQ cards and GPIB classroom sets of analog and digital oscilloscopes arbitrary waveform generators 6 5 digit multimeters and prototyping systems at each of its nine stations We also have two 400 MHz digital oscilloscope that are used by students in the advanced electronics and instrumentation course We also possess two Tektronix 6 GHz oscilloscopes with active probes These scopes are extremely powerful and are used for projects in

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/physics/facilities/electronicslab.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Computing
    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

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  • Observatory
    programs BS Physics BS Physics Applied Physics Concentration BA Physics BA Physics Teaching Concentration Minor Astronomy Minor Physics Certificate Science Instrument 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 Observatory The Sacramento State Observatory consists of a 14 inch Celestron Schmidt Cassegrain reflector housed in a dome on the roof of Amador Hall and a 7 5 foot Small Radio Telescope SRT mounted on the roof of Sequoia Hall Each telescope is computer controlled The 14 inch telescope is equipped with a CCD camera and a set of broad band visible light filters The SRT is equipped with a 21 cm

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/physics/facilities/observatory.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Machine Shop
    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

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/physics/facilities/machineshop.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Physics & Astronomy Organizations
    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

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  • Alumni Guestbook
    then went on to sit back seat in F 15s for two years testing upgrades Now I am about to graduate from the Electronic Warfare School and fly B 52s Henry Garcia 2005 Berkeley MS in Physics After a terrific four years at Sac State I earned a Masters in Physics in the Zettl Group I currently work as an animator at Pixar Studios Jason E Ybarra 2004 San Francisco State MS in Physics University of Florida PhD in Astronomy Current position Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics at Bridgewater College Previous position Post doctoral Fellow at Instituto de Astronomia UNAM Adam Garland 2004 San Francisco State Working towards MS in Astrophysics at San Francisco State John Schreiner website 2002 Sac State MS in Computer Science I m now an Adjunct Professor in the Computer Information Science department at Cosumnes River College Danny Stratton 2001 MS in Management Information Systems I am currently a lead computer programmer for the State of California I sometimes miss physics but have managed to fit it in periodically by reading physics books and viewing the stars and planets through my 8 reflector Maybe some day I will return to the field for my Ph D in computational physics who knows Andy Kotko 2000 Multiple Subject Credential I ve moved to the other end of the spectrum I teach kindergarten and 1st grade and absolutely love it You can bet my class is the only one where kids race each other while spelling thermodynamics and they can give a pretty good explanation for what it means I ll always have fond memories of the physics lounge Peter Frinchaboy website 2000 Virginia Ph D in Astronomy Assistant Professor of Physics Astronomy at Texas Christian University TCU Mike Farnham 1998 Optical Technician at Sacramento State Mike Strong 1997 MS in Security and Safety Engineering Chris Jackson website 1996 UC Davis MBA Attended UC Davis Department of Applied Science but left before completing degree to take an engineering job at Intel Corp in 1997 Held positions in design quality product and fabrication engineering Returned to graduate school at UC Davis Graduate School of Business Went on to hold positions at Intel Corp in wireless mobile and corporate computing in marketing and in strategy I left Intel in 2007 to found Rowy networks to fulfill an unmet strategic objective of Intel Rowy currently partners with Intel in this endeavor Sylvia Stork 1994 Currently I am the Water Quality data manager for the U S Geological Survey California Water Science Center Michael Wickett 1994 UC Davis Ph D in Applied Science Since 1999 I ve been a computational physicist with the Center for Applied Scientific Computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Linda Muzzey 1992 Had a brief stint teaching physics at the Navy s Nuclear Power School Currently a high school physics teacher Mary Ellen Niedzielski 1992 Sac State BA in Liberal Studies Technical Trainer at Agilent Technologies developing curricula for and teaching a proprietary programming language system administration and configuration

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/physics/alumni/alumniguestbook.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Alumni Update Form
    BA Physics Teaching Concentration Minor Astronomy Minor Physics Certificate Science Instrument 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 Alumni Update Form We re always looking to update our alumni records If you want us to we ll post the information onto the Alumni Guestbook or just keep it for our records Don t forget to tell your classmates that you re in touch with about the new page we may not have their contact information Please fill out the fields below When you re done submit the form to us Thanks Name Graduating Class E mail Address Other Degrees Web

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/physics/alumni/alumniform.html (2016-02-12)
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