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    Campins, Humberto

  • Pegasus Professor
  • PSB 459
  • 407-823-0251
  • Humberto.Campins@ucf.edu
  • Dr. Campins. research area is astronomy. He studies comets, asteroids and other small bodies in the solar system using a variety of ground based, airborne and space based telescopes. This research is funded by ...Read More
     

    Chen, Bo

  • Assistant Professor
  • PSB 451
  • 407-823-4494
  • Bo.Chen@ucf.edu
  • Dr. Bo Chen’s research is on self-assembled structures by proteins. His research utilizes transmission electron microscopy, solid state NMR, molecular modeling and simulation to investigate the structure ...Read More
     

    Colwell, Joshua

  • Professor/Associate Chair
  • PSB 434 / PSB 444 and PSB 461 (lab)
  • 407-823-2012
  • jec@ucf.edu
  • Origin and evolution of the solar system and in particular small bodies such as planetary rings, asteroids, comets, dust, and small moons.
     

    Del Barco, Enrique

  • Associate Professor
  • PSB 452 / PS 109 & 418 (lab)
  • 407-823-0755
  • Delbarco@ucf.edu
  • Del Barco’s primary research interests are focused on the study of how the microscopic laws of physics –quantum mechanics– manifest themselves at a macroscopic scale. Nanoscale magnetic systems are excell...Read More
     

    Harrington, Joseph

  • Professor
  • PSB 441 / PS 355 (lab)
  • 407-823-3416
  • jh@physics.ucf.edu
  • Planetary and exoplanetary atmospheres. Cometary impacts into atmospheres. Astronomical data analysis methodology. Infrared observing techniques.
     

    Ishigami, Masahiro

  • Assistant Professor
  • PSB 110/ PS 120 & 117 (lab)
  • 407-823-2325
  • Ishigami@ucf.edu
  • Transport measurements and atomic-resolution scanning probe microscopy to elucidate electronic properties of graphene and carbon nanotubes. Application of traditional surface science techniques to nanomaterials.
     

    Johnson, Michael D

  • Professor / Dean
  • CS 201
  • 407-823-1911
  • Michael.Johnson@ucf.edu
  • Mesoscopics, particularly high-current electron transport. Fractional quantum Hall effect, including edge properties, dots, and fractional statistics. Quantum dots: quantitative studies using density functional...Read More
     

    Khondaker, Saiful

  • Associate Professor
  • PVL 432
  • 407-864-5054
  • Saiful@ucf.edu
  • My research group is interested in the fabrication of nanoscale electrical and optical devices consisting of low dimensional chemical nanostructures such as nanoparticles, nanowires,  nanotubes, and molecules ...Read More