Faculty Research / Faculty Web Sites
Dr. A. Adams has interests in optical properties of biological tissue, biophysics, aerosol science and technology, physics education and physics education research, laser safety.
Dr. Braithwaite is a Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy. This is his website that showcases the numerous papers he’s published.
Dr. Tar-pin Chen’s research involves nanometer devices and materials. His group is working on characterizing and making insulator for high transition temperature superconductor-insulator-superconductor Josephson junction (SIS junction). The thickness of the SIS junction should be thinner than 4 nanometers, yet provide sufficient potential barrier for the junction.
Dr. Cui’s research is focused on nanomaterials and nanotechnology, especially nanofabrication, semiconducting nanostructures, photonic nanowire arrays, and their physical properties and applications in nano devices.
Dr. Seigar is an observational astronomer whose research is focussed on the structure and dynamics of galaxies and their dark matter halos.
Dr. Seo’s research involves the use of semiconducting nanostructures and films to explore a highly efficient light/electron emitting diodes and solar cell devices. Other research interests include the fundamental study of electron/ x-ray diffractions, the transport properties of materials in nano-scale, and the defect evolutions of heterostructural materials
Dr. Wold’s study of musical acoustics includes an interest in musical instruments and their use in early music. The Aeolus Recorder Konsort of Arkansas plays medieval, renaissance, baroque, and modern music.
The above site shows a collection of the materials that he shows while teaching labs and classes.