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|Ditmire, Todd||Physics||Intense ultrafast laser interactions.|
|Downer, Michael||Physics||Even order nonlinear optical processes such as second harmonic generation (SHG) are widely-recognized noninvasive interface-specific probes of buried solid-solid interfaces and exposed surfaces of …|
|Erskine, James||Physics||Experimental solid-state physics, thin film magnetism, surface physics, applications of synchrotron radiation.|
|Fiete, Gregory||Physics||Dr. Fiete's research focuses primarily on interaction effects in quantum many-body systems. The theoretical methods he uses range from numerics to powerful analytical, non-perturbative …|
|Fink, Manfred||Physics||Electron diffraction, neutrino physics. Current Research Projects focus on: 1.The Determination of the Mass of the Electron Anti-Neutrino 2. Detection of Ultra - High Energy Cosmic Neutrinos in a …|
|Fischler, Willy||Physics||Supersymmetry, String Theory and Cosmology.|
|Fitzpatrick, Richard||Physics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Magnetohydrodynamic stability; magnetic reconnection; extended magnetohydrodynamics; hall; magnetohydrodynamics; reduced magnetohydrodynamics|
|Florin, Ernst-Ludwig||Physics||*Biophysics of single molecules *Complex cellular structures *Membranes|
|Gavenda, J||Physics||-Experimental study of the transport properties of conduction electrons in metals at low temperatures. -Electromagnetic wave propagation.|
|Gentle, Kenneth||Physics||Dr. Gentle's personal research is currently concentrated on questions of transport, especially the peculiar phenomena often seen in the electron channel. He is also engaged in the construction of …|