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- Ph.D., Physics 1995 College of William and Mary, Williamsburg Va
- M.S., Physics 1991 College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va
- B.S., Physics 1988 University of Colorado, Boulder, Co
- 2007-Present: Director Of Undergraduate Laboratories
- 2012-2013: Vice Chair, Department of Physics
- 2003-2007: Partner and Vice President, Bach Research Corp.
- 2002-2003: Head of Holography, Zolo Technologies
- 1995-2002: Partner in Hyperfine Inc.
- 1994-1995: Visiting scientist, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
American Association of Physics Teachers Award, 1990
My background is in the field of diffractive and reflective optics, as it relates to spectroscopic applications (IR thru gamma-ray). I have worked closely with university research programs as well as foreign (ESA, DESY) and national laboratories (NASA, NIST, LBL, etc.). Optics that I have had a hand in designing or fabricating, have seen use in various space programs: Scimachy, SOHO and Venus Express mission are some examples. I have also worked on the synchrotron beamlines: SRC, ALS, NSLS and DESY. I maintain close ties with industry, helping aerospace firms with space flight optics and high-tech firms in the development of meteorological and spectroscopic instrumentation. I was owner and partner in two high-tech firms: Hyperfine Inc. and Bach Research Corp. and a member of industrial advisory board, for NSF's Engineering Research Center for Extreme Ultraviolet Science and Technology's industrial advisory board.
In 2012, I was a member of the American Climber Science program's Cordillera Blanca Environmental Expedition.
- Climber Scientist-Peru
- American Climber Science Program Facebook
- The Economics of Climate Change: On the best of investing. KKSF News-talk 910am
- The Physics of Art and Light: Nevada Museum of Art, June 1st 2012