- PHYS 4999-004
Senior Honors Project
- PHYS 6859-009
- PHYS 6970-007
Thesis Research: Master
- PHYS 6980-007
- PHYS 7810-008
Graduate Seminar: Phd
- PHYS 7910-008
Special Reading Topics:
- PHYS 7970-007
Thesis Research: Ph.D.
- PHYS 7980-007
- Wildcat Consulting.
06/1993 - present.
Comments: Provides Scientific assessment and analysis for medical devices and patent law
Electronics for Scientific Instrumentation
Introductory circuit theory, components, digital and analog circuits. Op-amps, filters, Fourier signal analysis. Transistor/FET circuit design: biasing, small signal models. Phase lock looks, Voltage Controlled Oscillators. AM/FM modulation/demodulation.
Data Acquisition for Scientific Instrumentation
Covers Labview introductory, intermediate, and advanced programming courses. Application of software algorithms and strategie to build reusable, object oriented software systems. Queued Message handlers, finite state machines, actor framework.
A core course intended for graduate students of astronomy and physics. The course explores the theory and observational evidence of modern cosmology. The course will talk about basic equations describing the universe, the expansion and age of the universe, dark matter and dark energy, the thermal history of the universe, the origin of the light elements, and the blackbody spectra of the cosmic microwave background. The course will also cover topics about the origin of structures in the universe, including cosmological density field, growth of density perturbation, inflation, anisotropy in the cosmic microwave background, galaxy formation, and comic reionization.
Stellar Astrophysics and Compact Objects
A core course which develops a physical methodology to understand the origin and evolution of stars. Discusses formation of stars, stellar evolution, star clusters, novae and supernovae, white dwarves, neutron stars, and black holes. Topics include Cepheid variables, Wolf-Rayet Stars, binary stellar systems and accretion disks.
- Computer Interfacing using Real Time LabView 2009 (PHYS 3620/6620) . Project Lead: David Kieda. University of Utah 12/01/2009 - 12/01/2010. Total Budget: $3,000.00.