Faculty and Staff
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Marjorie Crabb Garbisch Professor of the Liberal Arts
Dwight is an experimental physicist with an interest in condensed matter systems at very low temperatures. His research focuses on the properties of superfluid liquid helium and low-dimensional electron systems.
Joel is a radio astronomer who studies pulsars, gravity waves, and the interstellar medium at the Arecibo, Green Bank, and Very Large Array radio telescopes. He also has strong interests in science policy, and frequently teaches in the Environmental and Technology Studies Program.
An experimental solid state physicist, Rich conducts research on electron field emission and the application of superconductivity to particle accelerators. He is also interested in the history and philosophy of science.
Instrumentation Electronics Specialist for the Sciences
Tom has worked on the Hubble Space Telescope and writes for Circuit Cellar Magazine about cool sensors he develops for robots, spacecraft, and home automation. Tom is interested in integrating and broadening the sciences and science education.