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Professor Shyamsunder Erramilli

Education:

  • Pune University - B. Sc. - 1976 - Physics and Mathematics
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay - M. Sc. - 1979 - Physics
  • University of Illinois, Urbana - Ph. D. - 1986 - Physics

Research and Professional Experience:

  • 1986-1989 Princeton University, Department of Physics Research Associate
  • 1987-1989 Princeton University, Department of Physics Instructor
  • 1989-1995 Princeton University, Department of Physics Assistant Professor
  • 1995-1996 Stanford University, Department of Physics Visiting Associate Professor
  • 1996-present Boston University, Department of Physics & Center for Photonics Associate Professor

Awards: duPont Young Professor Award (1996)

Email: shyam@bu.edu

Professor Mi Hong

Education:

  • Seoul National University - B.S. - 1980 - Physics
  • University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign - Ph. D. - 1988 - Biophysics

Research and Professional Experience:

  • 1981 -1982 University of Illinois, Teaching Assistant in Physiology
  • 1983 -1988 University of Illinois, Research Assistant in Biophysics
  • 1989 -1993 Princeton University, Research Associate in Physics
  • 1994 -1996 Princeton University, Research Staff Member in Physics
  • 1996 -1997 Stanford University, Visiting Scholar in Physics
  • 1996 –1997 Boston University, Assistant Professor in Physics (Research)
  • 1997 -Present Boston University, Associate Professor in Physics (Research)

Email: mkhong@bu.edu

Brian Gregor

Brian graduated from Northeastern Universtiy in 1998 with a BS in physics and a BS in philosophy. He is now entering his 5th year at Boston University and recieved his Master's in 2002.

His principle projects include raman microscope and dynamic light scattering at BU.
Brian's past work includes computational work in oil/water/surfactant systems, also at BU.
Additionally he worked on electron collision frequency and ion temperatures in upper
atmosphere, electron microscopy, and reliability engineering while at Northeastern.

Brian was granted his PhD from BU in the Spring of 2004. Congrats to Brian!

Email: bgregor@physics.bu.edu

Jon Celli

BS in Physics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Previous work includes:

Email: celli@physics.bu.edu

Xihua Wang

 

Email: xihua@bu.edu