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  • Faculty and Staff | Physics & Astronomy | SFASU
    Email aulcj sfasu edu Michaels Edward Lecturer Planetarium Director Research Astronomy Office S 325 Phone 936 468 2362 Email emichaels sfasu edu Bruton Dan Professor Associate Dean Research Astronomy and Engineering Office S 100G Phone 936 468 2360 Email astro sfasu edu Musser Joseph Associate Professor Research Classical and Quantum Optics Office S 322H Phone 936 468 2015 Email musserja sfasu edu Callaway Thomas Regents Professor Research Liquids and Amorphous Materials Office S 127 Phone 936 468 4688 Email tcallaway sfasu edu Ochoa Hector Assistant Professor Research Electrical Engineering Office S 324 Phone 936 468 2896 Email ochoah sfasu edu Decker John Professor Emeritus Office S 324 Phone 936 468 3001 Email jdecker sfasu edu Perry Angela Administrative Assistant Office S 322D Phone 936 468 3001 Email whittingtonangel sfasu edu Downing Harry Professor Department Chair Research Infrared Spectroscopy Office S 322B Phone 936 468 2290 Email hdowning sfasu edu Piran Ali Lecturer Laboratory Coordinator Office S 327 Phone 936 468 2391 Email apiran sfasu edu Friedfeld Robert Associate Professor Research Thin Films Solid State Office S 322I Phone 936 468 2197 Email rfriedfeld sfasu edu Timmons Collin Adjunct Lecturer Office S 315A Phone 936 468 5188 Email timmonscj sfasu edu

    Original URL path: http://www.physics.sfasu.edu/staff.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Course Offerings | SFASU Physics & Astronomy
    State University Department of Physics and Astronomy Enter a search term Search SFA Physics Astronomy Home Page Mission Statement Alumni Academic Programs Undergraduate Graduate Pre Engineering Dual Degree Department Course Pages Faculty and Staff Graduate Students Student Organizations Research Programs Planetarium Observatory Weather Station Scholarships Freshman Regents SFA MySFA SFA Home Page College Home Page Prospective Students Graduate Students Jessica Casas Hunter Hines Kyle Drake Matt Pusko Carson Fuls Collin

    Original URL path: http://www.physics.sfasu.edu/gradstudents.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Student Organizations | Physics & Astronomy | SFASU
    housed Sigma Pi Sigma the national physics honor society which elects members on the basis of outstanding academic achievement This unique two in one society operates within the American Institute of Physics an umbrella organization for ten other professional science societies SPS was formed in 1968 and now has over 700 chapters on campuses across the country About 5000 students take part in chapter activities each year making SPS the fourth largest physics society in the country The associated honor society Sigma Pi Sigma now exists in about 450 of those chapters with over 75 000 inductees throughout its history SPS at SFASU The SPS is organized into 18 zones and the local SPS chapter at SFA is a part of Zone 13 It was established in 1968 and has been active ever since The SPS chapter at SFA has won fifteen Outstanding Chapter awards since 1992 SPS Activities The SPS members participate in events such as SPS Zone meetings the Physics Olympics magic shows for scouts workshops and tutoring for nonprofit organizations and Public Viewing Sessions at the SFA Observatory The SPS Zone meetings occur once each semester in different venues SPS Meetings Meetings are held every other Thursday

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  • Research | Physics & Astronomy | SFASU
    and the Department of Biology The laboratory is also outfitted with a JEOL JSM 6100 scanning electron microscope SEM that provides the ability to directly image the microstructure of solid state and biological samples The laboratory possesses the necessary ancillary equipment for SEM of biological samples There is also an energy dispersive spectroscopy EDS system that can be used with the SEM to perform nondestructive elemental analysis of sample composition Some of the current areas of research include the fabrication of thin films by electrochemical deposition under potentiostatic or galvanostatic control In particular the study of multi layered thin films for use in solar cell technology and the study of genomic DNA molecules by STM and AFM on various substrates is being studied Collaborative projects have begun between the Departments of Physics and Astronomy Biology and Chemistry or you can study the universe star by star THE ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY hosts a 41 inch Cassegrain reflector and an 18 inch Ritchey Chrétien reflector under separate domes Both of these telescopes are computer controlled and used in research on photometry of eclipsing binary star systems asteroid searches and extrasolar planet transits The 41 inch telescope is currently operated from an on site control room and work is underway to control the telescope from remote locations such as the downtown campus Instruments include photometers a spectro photometer photographic cameras and videotape A recent addition to the observatory complex is a 10 foot dome housing a 10 inch telescope used in the search for asteroids or explore the universe with quantum mechanical waves THE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND LOW TEMPERTAURE LABORATORY has a set of liquid nitrogen liquid helium Dewars three liquid helium cryostats three high field superconducting magnets a temperature controller flux flow detection equipment a vacuum evaporation system for depositing thin metal films and

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  • Course Offerings | SFASU Physics & Astronomy
    Freshman Regents SFA MySFA SFA Home Page College Home Page Prospective Students Advance Course Offerings AST 305 Offered in even Spring Semesters AST 335 Offered in odd Spring Semesters EGR 321 Offered every Spring Semester EGR 343 Offered every Third Semester Call 3001 for specific times PHY 321 Offered every Spring Semester PHY 333 Offered every Fall Semester PHY 343 Offered every Third Semester Call 3001 for specific times PHY

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  • Information | SFASU Planetarium
    for any date in the past or future When the room lights are darkened the dome is transformed into an amazingly realistic simulation of the starry sky The Planetarium s auxiliary equipment include 30 slide projectors a large screen CRT video projector laser disk and DVD players a slew zoom projector special effects an all sky projection system and a red blue green special effects lighting system All devices are

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  • Teachers Information | SFASU Planetarium
    and 12 30 p m Other dates and times may be available by special arrangement Number of Students The Planetarium has a maximum seating capacity of 50 If your group is larger arrangements for two separate shows will be necessary Fee Schedule for Groups Monday Friday 8 am 4 pm 2 per person with a minimum charge of 30 for each show Weekends Evenings Holidays 2 per person with a minimum charge of 50 for each show All fees must be paid by check cash will not be accepted How to Schedule A group reservation guarantees a private showing for your class Reservations can be made by calling our Planetarium secretary at 936 468 3001 Monday through Friday from 8 30 a m to 12 00 p m and 1 00 p m to 4 30 p m You are encouraged to register as far in advance as possible The planetarium program requires approximately one hour including time for check in restroom use etc Before making a reservation please have the following information handy Your organization address and phone numbers where you can be contacted Grade level and the total number that will be attending Title s of program requested see Show Library Preferred date and time Two alternative dates and times Other Suggestions Here are some additional recommendations to consider before calling to make a reservation Determine bus availability Have your calendar handy in case your chosen date s are filled You may want to allow time for a restroom break before or after the show You can combine shows with tours of other facilities on the Stephen F Austin Campus If you have any questions about the above information or would just like some more informati on please call the Planetarium reservationist at 936 468 3001 Confirmation The

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