DB2

1_Name
2_Email
3_Current Position
4_Location
5_Current research interests (no more than a few sentences)
6_Previous research interests (no more than a few sentences)
7_Methods you currently use
8_Methods you previously used and are technically proficient in
9_Briefly describe what you are looking for in a collaborator
10_Would you be open to other types of collaborations than what you listed above?
11_List several keywords describing your research interests
12_Your research involves (check all that apply)
13_Are you willing to write grants to support this research?
Submitted From
Gary A. Morris
garymorris@stedwards.edu
Faculty?
St. Edwards
1. Physics Education Research (item response curves, evaluating the effectiveness of assessment instruments, using assessment to improve instruction)
2. Air Quality Research (measurements of ozone, sulfur dioxide, and ozone precursors by balloon sounding and surface instruments; analysis of air quality data from in situ and remote sensing instruments; atmospheric modeling: dynamics and chemistry)
3. publication list at: http://works.bepress.com/gary_morris/
1. Stratospheric dynamics and chemistry: the ozone hole and stratospheric ozone - models and measurements
2. Atmospheric electricity: the global electrical circuit - using ground-based instruments to measure the electrical activity of the planet; long-term studies relating the electrical activity of the planet to climate change.
1. ozonesondes
2. radiosondes
3. IDL programs
4. HYSPLIT
5. statistical analyses
6. item response curves
7. transition matrices
1. trajectory mapping
2. Kalman filtering
3. Fortran programming
interest in:
air quality
atmospheric chemistry
meteorology
environmental science
environmental education
environmental outreach
physics education
ability to program (in IDL, especially helpful, but any language will do)
Yes
air quality
ozone pollution
climate change
atmospheric chemistry
meteorology
environmental science
environmental education
environmental outreach
physics education
Undergraduates, Master's students, Ph.D. students
Yes
108.197.226.229
John Deisz
jdeisz@callutheran.edu
Position
Cal Lutheran
1. Computational quantum many-body physics. 2. Computational modeling of superconductors.
1. GPU-based molecular dynamics simulations. 2. Simulations of quantum mechanical spin systems.
Yes
Undergraduates
Yes
108.197.226.229

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