Daniel Bubb, Chair and Professor
B.S., Ursinus, M.S., Florida Institute of Technology, Ph.D., NJIT
Research Interests: Laser processing. Laser-materials interactions. Thin film deposition and characterization. Non-linear optical properties of nanoparticles and nanocomposites. Ferroelectricity, Superconductivity, and properties of novel oxides..
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Grace Brannigan, Assistant Professor
B.A., Reed College, Ph.D., University of California – Santa Barbara
Research Interests: Computational biophysics, particularly dynamics of ion channels and other signaling proteins, as well as free energies of ligand-protein interactions.
Luca Larini, Assistant Professor, Engineering Advisor
Ph.D., University of Pisa
Sean M. O’Malley, Associate Professor
B.S., Seton Hall University, Ph.D., New Jersey Institute of Technology
Research Interests: Synchrotron-based x-ray diffraction of novel device structures, time-resolved photoluminescence of Group-III Nitrides, Pulsed Laser Deposition of nano-Scale Multiferroics.
Julie Griepenburg, Instructor Academic Year
B.S., Seton Hall University, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Research Interests: Nanoparticle functionalization and light-activation.
Office: BSB 411
Phone: (856) 225-6293
Richard Jimenez, Laboratory Coordinator
Office: BSB 426
Phone: (856) 225-6293
Fax: (856) 225-6624
Part Time Lecturers
B.S., M.S., Drexel University
BSME, MSMS, Villanova
Joseph (JJ) Naddeo
Kelly Esterly, Departmental Secretary
Office: BSB 322
Phone: (856) 225-6077
E. Roger Cowley
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Cambridge
Research Interests: Theoretical lattice dynamics and the thermal properties of matter. Particular interest in computer simulations of solids and ferroelectricity.
L. John Gagliardi
B.S., Villanova; Ph.D., Temple
Research Interests: Physical and chemical mechanisms in the cell division of primitive eukaryotic cells; possible influence of cellular organelle electric charge distributions and electric fields on cell division.
Frank A. Blood
Ph.D., Case Western Reserve