Assistant Professor

Department of Physics

University of Texas at El Paso

El Paso,Texas 79968

(915) 747-7540 Office

(915) 747-5447 Fax

(757) 269-7492 JLab office

Education / Experience

Research and Conferences

Recent Teaching Experience

Publications

Experiments

Graduate Students

Honors and Awards

Professional Affilations

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New Mexico State University, Colloquium series. December 4, 1997. Nuclear Physics Seminar at Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona. October 17, 1997. Nuclear Physics Seminar at Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Genoa, Italy. September 25, 1997. Nuclear Physics Seminar at the University of South Carolina. Columbia,S outh Carolina. April 29, 1997. Colloquium at University of Texas at El Paso. April 23, 1997. North Carolina State University, Durham, North Carolina. February 20, 1997. Jefferson Lab Physics Division Seminar. Newport News, Virginia. January 13, 1997. Joint at Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh Medium-Energy seminar, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. September 19, 1996. Nuclear Physics Seminar. George Wasington University, Washington, D.C. February 23, 1996.
    Jefferson Lab, Newport News, Virginia. November 11, 1995.

    SESSIONS CHAIRED

  • Plenary session on the Physics with Hall B of JLab, Nuclear and Particle Physics with CEBAF at JLab, Dubrovnik, Croatia, November 6, 1998
  • Plenary session on Baryon Resonances with Vector Mesons, GW/JLab Workshop on Nuclear Physics. George Washington University, November 1, 1997.

Workshops Coordinated

  • Joint UTEP / JLab Workshop on the Physics with Polarized Photons Held at the University of Texas at El Paso, October 16-17, 1998. Coordinators: Philip L. Cole (UTEP) and Mahbub Khandaker

EXPERIMENTS

LETTER OF INTENT

  • Photoproduction of Omega Mesons off Protons with Linearly Polarized Photons. Jefferson Lab L.I-97-002, P.L. Cole and F.J. Klein, spokespersons.
  • APPROVED AT JEFFERSON LAB

    As a Cospokesperson

    • Photoproduction of Phi Mesons. E98-109, P.L. Cole, J.A. Mueller, and D.J. Tedeschi, spokespersons.
    • "Photoproduction of the Rho Meson from the Proton with LinearlyPolarized Photons." Jefferson Lab E-94-109, P.L. Cole, J.P. Connelly,and R.R. Whitney, spokespersons.

    As a Collaborator

    • Study of the Photoproduction on Deuterium. Jefferson Lab E-89-045,B. Mecking , spokesperson.
    • Quasi-free Strangeness Production in Nuclei. Jefferson Lab E-91-016,C. Hyde-Wright, spokesperson.
    • Photoproduction of Vector Mesons at high t. Jefferson Lab E-93-031,J.-M. Laget and M. Anghinolfi, spokespersons.
    • Photoreactions of 3He. Jefferson Lab E-93-044, G. Audit, B.L. Berman,and P. Corvisiero, spokespersons.

    COMPLETED EXPERIMENTS

    Saskatchewan Accelerator Laboratory

    Data collected January 5 through February 10, 1997. Photofission of Actinide and Protoactinide Nuclei. SAL E605, B.L. Berman, spokesperson.

    LAMPF - Los Alamos, New Mexico

    Data collected Sept. - Nov. 1995. Analyzing Powers for the pi- p- pi0nReaction. LAMPF E1178, J.R. Comfort and G. Burleson, spokespersons.

    FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY - Batavia, Illinois.

    (Thesis Experiment)

    Data Collected June 1988 - May 1989 at the C-Zero Interaction Pointat the FNAL Tevatron Collider, L. J. Gutay, spokesperson.

    Jefferson Lab

    Photoabsortion and Photofission of Nuclei. Jefferson Lab E93-019, B.L.Berman, N. Bianchi, and V.Muccifera, spokespersons.

    RECENT TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT UTEP

  • Physics 4210. Mechanics and Thermal Physics. Fall 1997, Spring 1998.
  • Physics 4211. Field and Waves. Fall 1998, Spring 1999.
  • COURSES TAUGHT AT GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

    • Physics 5. Undergraduate Mechanics Laboratory. Spring 1996
    • Physics 225. Graduate Laboratory in Experimental Techniques in Condensed Matter and Nuclear Physics. Fall 1996 and Fall 1997.
    • Physics 226. Graduate Electronics (Lab and Lectures). Spring 1996 and Spring 1997.

    GRADUATE STUDENTS

    HONORS AND AWARDS

    GRANTS AWARDED

    • Internal Faculty Development Grants:

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      1. University Research Institute (1997-1998) $5028.64 + $1000.00 (matching funds)

      2. University Research Institute (1998-1999) $5200.00 + $500.00 (matching funds)

    PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS