SHORT CURRICULUM VITAE

March 31, 2017

 

SHORTENED CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Charles H. Holbrow 

231 Pearl St.   

phone:     

Cambridge, MA 02139 

e-mail: cholbrow@colgate.edu

 

Citizenship:  U. S. (born Melrose, MA)  

 

Education:

B.A. in History, U. Wisconsin, Madison   - 1955

A.M. in History and Certificate of the Russian

         Institute from Columbia U.   - 1957

M.S. in Physics, U. Wisconsin, Madison   - 1960

Ph.D. in Physics, U. Wisconsin, Madison - 1963


Honors and Awards:

Fellow of the American Physical Society, 1996

Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, 2006-2007

American Association of Physics Teachers Distinguished Service Citation, 2009

American Association of Physics Teachers Oersted Medal, 2012

 

Experience:

Charles A. Dana Professor of Physics Emeritus, Colgate University,  2003 –

Lecturer in Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2013-2014

Research Affiliate in Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2011-2013, 2015 --

Visiting Scholar, Harvard University, 2003 –

Visiting Professor of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2003 –2010

Executive Officer, American Association of Physics Teachers, 3/2008 – 9/2008

Senior Staff Physicist, American Association of Physics Teachers, 10/2005 – 7/2006


Charles A. Dana Professor of Physics, Colgate University, 1986 – 2003

Visiting Associate in Physics, California Institute of Technology, 2/2002 – 7/2002
Gastprofessor, University of Vienna, 9/2001-2/2002
Visiting Research Scholar, Department of The History of Science, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 3/95-6/95
Guest Scientist, Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung, Germany, 9/94-2/95.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visiting Professor of Physics, 9/88-6/89.
Director of the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Colgate University, 1985-1988

Professor, Colgate University 1975--1986

SUNY Stony Brook, Department of Physics, Guest Scientist, 1983-1993

Chairman, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Colgate University, 9/82-6/84

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visiting Professor 12/81-9/82

SRI International, Molecular Physics Laboratory, Visiting Scientist, 6/81-8/81

Brookhaven National Laboratory, Visiting Physicist, 9/80-5/81

California Institute of Technology, Visiting Associate in Physics, 7/80-9/80

Brookhaven National Laboratory, Visiting Physicist, 6/70-8/79

Acting Director of the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Colgate        

University, 1/79-6/79

Cornell University Department of Physics, Visiting Professor, Summer 1978

Chairman, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Colgate University, 9/77-6/80

U. Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Physics, Visiting Professor, Summer 1977

California Institute of Technology, Visiting Associate in Physics, 8/75-7/76

Stanford University and Ames Research Center, NASA-ASEE Summer Faculty Fellow,

6/75-8/75

 

Associate Professor, Colgate University, 1967-75

ACE-AAIP Fellow at Stanford University, 9/72-6/73

Director of Colgate Computer Center, 6/72-9/72

Director of Institutional Research, 1/72-9/72

Chairman, Department of Physics and Astronomy, 1970-1971

Visitor, Stanford University and Stanford Linear Accelerator, 1969-70

Associate Director, Colgate Computer Center, 1968

 

Associate Editor, "Physics Today,” New York, NY, 1966-67

Research Associate, University of Pennsylvania, 1965-66

Assistant Professor, Haverford College 1962-65

Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin 1961-62

Research Assistant, Midwestern Universities Research Association 1959 and summer 1961

 

Fellowships, Scholarships, Etc.:

Ford Foundation Pre-Induction Fellow 1951-55

Russian Institute Scholarship 1956

Ford Foundation Foreign Area Training Fellow 1956-58

National Science Foundation Cooperative Fellow 1959-60

National Science Foundation - Colgate Computer Center Fellowship 1969-70 (at Stanford U)

American Council on Education Academic Administration Internship 1971-72 (at Stanford U)

National Aeronautics and Space Administration and American Society for Engineering    

   Education Summer Faculty Fellowship, 1975

National Science Foundation - Science Faculty Professional Grant 1980-83

 

Professional Activities since 1999:

            Chair, Committee on the Interests of Senior Physicists, AAPT                     2017 

            Vice Chair, CISP, AAPT                                                                                 2016

Past Chair, New England Section of the American Physical Society         2016

            Chair, NES-APS                                                                                             2015

Vice Chair, NES-APS                          2014

Member of AAAS Golden Goose Award advisory panel                          2012 --

Co-Chair and organizer, 2012 Physics Research and Education Gordon 

Research Conference, "Astronomy's Discoveries and Physics Education"   2010-2012

Co-Editor special theme issue of the American Journal of Physics, 

"Use Astronomy to Teach Physics."                                                  May, 2012

Organizer of  session "Astronomy's Detectors and Physics Education," 

APS March Meeting,   Boston, MA,     April 2012

Co-Chair and co-organizer, Using Astronomy to Teach Physics workshop,

    U. of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE,                                    July 27-30, 2011

Co-Editor special thematic issue of the American Journal of Physics, 

“Use Astronomy to Teach Physics,”    May 2012

Organizer and chair, American Astronomical Society, special session,

      "Using the Discoveries of Astronomy to Teach Physics", Boston        May, 2011  

Member of the Executive Committee of the APS New England Section        2010-2013

NSF Evaluation Panel Reviewer                                                                      2012, 2013

Member AAPT finance committee                                  2010-2013

Co-chair Physics Research & Education Gordon Research Conference     2010-2012

Member APS Forum on the History of Physics program committee      2009-2011

Member Physics Today advisory committee                         2005-2011

AAPT presidential succession (President 2003)                2001-2005

Member of the Board of Directors of the American Institute of Physics     2002-2005

Chair, Liaison and Advisory Committee on Public Policy          2004-2005

Member Committee on Governance                             2004-2006

APS Forum on Education liaison to the APS centenary committee        1996-1999


 

Memberships:

American Physical Society, Fellow   

American Association of Physics Teachers  

 

 

  1. Recent Presentations

  • "Use a vector space of physics dimensions to make it reasonable to set c, ħ, G = 1," NES-AAPT Spring Meeting, March 17, 2017, Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester, MA
  • At a conference that may not be named: "Remarks Preceding a Session on Historical Perspective and General Relativity: Be Careful What You Ask For,"  Newport, RI, June 2016; posted at betterphysics.org.
  • "Can You Beat This? -- Some Kinematics in a Novel Context," Charles H. Holbrow and Charles J. Holbrow, NES-AAPT Spring Meeting, March 21, 2015 Salem State University, Salem, MA
  • "Adapting Physics MOOCs to Reality," Invited talk, AAPT Winter Meeting, January 4, 2015, San Diego, CA [Print version is titled "Moving MOOCs Ahead."]

  • "MOOCs at `Home': A blend of carefully selected ingredients," New England Section APS, November 8, 2014, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA

  • "John King and the Zen of Physics Lab," John King memorial session, October 24, 2014, MIT, Cambridge, MA.  See also "Zen and the Art of Physics Experiment," http://betterphysics.org/sites/default/files/JGK_lab_Zen.html.

  • "MOOC-ing about in Physics," New England Section APS, April 4, 2014, Boston College, Boston, MA

  • "MOOC-ing Around: This is not the future," Invited talk, AAPT Summer Meeting, July 28, 2014, U Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

  • "A MOOC-er's Thoughts on MOOCs," New England Section AAPT, March 15, 2014, Salem State U, Salem, MA.

  • “The dating game – with Google Maps and vector algebra,” New England Section AAPT, Fall Meeting, U Mass Amherst, November 19, 2011, Amherst, MA

  • “Gay-Lussac did better than he knew,” NES-APS/AAPT meeting, U Lowell, April 9, 2011, Lowell, MA.

  • “Jerrold Zacharias and the foundation of PSSC physics,” Invited talk, AAPT Winter Meeting, January 11, 2011, Jacksonville, FL.

  • “Michael S. Feld: A short biography,” Lester Wolfe Workshop, November 22, 2010, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

  • “Extraordinary Dick Crane (1907-2007): From the dawn of nuclear physics to g – 2,” MIT Department of Physics luncheon talk, Sep 17, 2009.

  • “Dick Crane’s California years,” Invited talk, AAPT Summer Meeting, July 28, 2009, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • “A larger view: Physics before graduate school,” Invited talk, AAPT Summer Meeting, July 27, 2009, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • “Does the undergraduate curriculum prepare students for graduate school?” Invited talk, APS/AAPT Conference on Graduate Education in Physics: Graduate education in physics – which way forward?  Feb 2, 2008, American Center for Physics, College Park, MD.

  • “Entanglement for Undergraduates,” Keynote talk, AAPT Western Pennsylvania Section Meeting, April 21, 2007, Grove City, PA.

  • “Sputnik’s Impact on Science Education in America,” Invited talk, APS Spring Meeting, April 16, 2007, Jacksonville, FL

  • “Sox in a Box: Imagining quantum entanglement,” Invited scientist series, BBN Technologies, April 6, 2007, Cambridge, MA.

  • “Jerrold Zacharias and PSSC,” Invited talk, APS March Meeting, March 6, 2007, Denver, CO

  • “Changing Orbits: Sputnik and Me,” Invited talk, AAPT Winter Meeting, Jan 9, 2007, Seattle, WA

  • “Jerrold Zacharias and PSSC,” Invited talk, AAPT Summer Meeting, July 25, 2006, Syracuse, NY

  • “Teaching Entanglement to Undergraduates,” After dinner talk for the North Carolina Section AAPT Meeting, October 28, 2005, Pembroke, NC.

  • “Keeping the Cold War Cold,” Clark University Department of Physics Colloquium, Worcester, MA, October 6, 2005.

  • “Sock Shock:  A Way to Describe Entanglement and Teleportation to Undergraduates,” New England Section APS-AAPT Meeting, MIT, Cambridge, MA, April 2, 2005.

  • “sex, lies and videotape: Essentials of Physics Teaching,” Colloquium for the Department of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, April 22, 2004.

  • “Quantum Weirdness,” a talk for undergraduate physics students, University of the South, Sewanee TN, March 30, 2005.

  • “Violating Murphy’s Law: Building the Atomic Bomb,” colloquium to the science faculty, University of the South, Sewanee, TN, March 30, 2005.

 

2. Selected Publications

  1. BOOKS

  • Charles H. Holbrow, James N. Lloyd, Joseph. C. Amato, Enrique Galvez, and M. Elizabeth Parks, Modern Introductory Physics, 2nd edition, xxiii, 658 pp., Springer-New York, Inc., 2010.   

  • Space Colonization: Technology and the Liberal Arts, AIP Conference Proceedings 148, edited by Charles H. Holbrow, Allan M. Russell, and Gordon F. Sutton, (American Institute of Physics, New York, 1986).

  • Space Settlements: A Design Study, edited by R. Johnson and C. Holbrow, NASA SP-413, (1977). 

 

B.  PHYSICS HISTORY ET AL.

  • "James N. Lloyd (1932-2016)," Charles H. Holbrow and Joseph C. Amato, Physics Today daily issue, 29 June 2016 in People and History, DOI:10.1063/PT.5.6237

  • "Jack G. Dodd, Jr. (1926-2016)," Charles H. Holbrow and Joseph C. Amato, Physics Today daily issue, 18 May 2016 in People and History, DOI:10.1063/PT.5.6228

  • "Alan Brody's `Operation Epsilon', The Nora Theatre Company, Central Square Theater, Cambridge, MA 2013" in Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 38(4), 382-384 (2013).

  • "John King and the Zen of Physics Lab,"  http://betterphysics.org/node/121 [October 28, 2014]

  • “Times Have Changed: Some Physics Teacher Stories,” Charles H. Holbrow, The Physics Teacher 51(6), 276-279, (2013).

  • “Build your own analemma,” Charles H. Holbrow, arXiv:1302.0765, (2013).

  • “Oersted Medal Address 2012: Narrative and Witz in Physics,” Charles H. Holbrow, American Journal of Physics, 80(6), 468-  (2012).

  • “Dick Crane’s California Days,” Charles H. Holbrow, Physics in Perspective 13(1), 36-57, (2011); doi: 10.1007/s00016-010-0041-6.

  • “Remembering Michael Stephen Feld: Physics and Biomedicine Pioneer (1940–2010),” Charles H. Holbrow, J. Biomed. Optics 16(1), 011002 (Jan 31, 2011); doi:10.1117/1.3535591  [http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.3535591].

  • “What Gay-Lussac didn’t tell us,” C. H. Holbrow and J. C. Amato, Am. J. Phys. 79, 17-24 (2011).

  • “Michael Stephen Feld,” Ramachandra Rao Dasari, Daniel Kleppner, and Charles H. Holbrow, Physics Today 63(11), 61-62 (2010).

  • “Scientists, Security, and Lessons from the Cold War,” Charles H. Holbrow, Physics Today 59(7), 39-44 (2006).

  • “Charles C. Lauritsen: A Reasonable Man in an Unreasonable World,” Charles H. Holbrow, Physics in Perspective 5(4), 419-472 (2003).

  • Archaeology of a Bookstack: Some major introductory physics texts of the last 150 years, Charles H. Holbrow, Physics Today 52(3) 50-56 (1999).

  • The Giant Cancer Tube and the Kellogg Radiation Laboratory, Charles H. Holbrow, Physics Today 34(7),  42-49, July, 1981.

  • Esperanza y Oportunidad en el Espacio, C. H. Holbrow, Revista Rotaria, 90 #3 Mayo/Junio, 1978.

  • Suburbs in Space, C.H. Holbrow, The Rotarian, p. 16, June, 1978.

 

C.  PHYSICS RESEARCH

  • “Ground state hyperfine splitting of hydrogen-like 207Pb81+ by laser excitation of a bunched beam in the GSI experimental storage ring,” P. Seelig, S. Borneis, A. Dax, T. Engel, S. Faber, M. Gerlach, C. Holbrow, G. Huber, T. Kuehl, D. Marx, K. Meier, P. Merz, W. Quint, F. Schmitt, M. Tomaselli, L. Voelker, H. Winter, M. Wuertz, K. Beckert, B. Franzke, F. Nolden, H. Reich, M. Steck, T. Winkler, Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 4824-4827 (1998).

  • "A Low-Energy Ion Beam From Alkali Heavy-Ion Reaction Products," J. A. Behr, S. B. Cahn, S. B. Dutta, A. Ghosh, G. Gwinner, C. H. Holbrow, L. A. Orozco, G. D. Sprouse, J. Urayama, F. Xu, Nucl. Instr. & Methd. A351, 256-60 (1994).

  • "Studies of Weak Interaction Effects by Laser Spectroscopy of Short-Lived Atoms," C.H. Holbrow, D. Murnick, R.R. Dasari and M.S. Feld, Hyp. Int. 74, 119-132 (1992).

  • "Laser Spectroscopy of Nuclear Reaction Products -- Recent Results and Future Prospects," J. Behr, S. Cahn, J. Das, G. Gwinner, C. H. Holbrow, T. Lauritsen, L.A. Orozco, S. Shang, J. Schecker, G.D. Sprouse, Hyperfine Interactions 74, 23-29 (1992).

  • "Optical Isotope Shifts of Stable Hafnium Atoms in a Resonance Cell On-Line with a Heavy-Ion Accelerator,” J. Schecker, A. Berger, J. Das, S. Dutta, G. Gwinner, C. H. Holbrow, T. Kuehl,

  • T. Lauritsen, G. D. Sprouse, and F. Xu, Phys. Rev. A46, 3730-3734.

  • "Sub-Doppler Nuclear Detection of Laser Induced Orientation of 85mRb,” J. Mackin, R.R. Dasari, C. H. Holbrow, J. T. Hutton, D. E. Murnick, M. Otteson, W. W. Quivers, Jr., G. Shimkaveg, and M. S. Feld, Phys. Rev. Lett. 66, 1681-1684 (1991).

  • "Measurements of Isotope Shifts of Accelerator-Produced Radioactive Atoms in an On-Line Resonance Cell,” C. H. Holbrow, G. D. Sprouse, J. Das, J. Schecker, T. Lauritsen, J. Billowes, A. Berger, F. Xu, and W. Kim, "Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on the Application of Accelerators to Research and Industry,” Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B56/57, 528-531 (1991).

  • Sub-Doppler Resolution Laser Induced Nuclear Orientation of 85mRb  (T½ = 1.0ms), J. Mackin, J. T. Hutton, M. Otteson, M. S. Feld, R. R. Dasari, C. H. Holbrow, D. E. Murnick, W. W. Quivers, Jr.,Hyper. Inter. 59 157-160 (1990).

  • Laser Spectroscopy of Light Yb Isotopes On-Line in a Cooled Gas Cell, G. D. Sprouse, J. Das, T. Lauritsen, J. Schecker, A. Berger, J. Billowes, C. H. Holbrow, H.-E. Mahnke, S. Rolston, Phys. Rev. Lett. 63, 1463 (1989).

  • Laser-Induced Nuclear Orientation Studies of 1-ms 85mRb, G. Shimkaveg, W. W. Quivers, Jr., R .R. Dasari, M. S. Otteson, C. H. Holbrow, P. G. Pappas, M. A. Attili, D. M. Smith, J. E.   Thomas, D. E. Murnick, and M. S. Feld, Spectrachimica Acta, 45A, 63 (1989).

  • g Factor above the First Backbend in 168W, J. Billowes, C. H. Holbrow, T. Lauritsen, K. P. Lieb, R. G. Pillay, S. L. Rolston, and G. D. Sprouse, Phys. Lett. B 178, 145 (1986).

  • Complete Doppler Coverage in Laser Optical Pumping by Wall-Induced Velocity-Changing Collisions, C. H. Holbrow, A. P. Ghosh, D. Heinzen, X. Zhu,  W. W. Quivers, Jr., G. Shimkaveg, P. G. Pappas, J. E. Thomas, and M. S. Feld, Phys. Rev. A 34, 2477 (1986).

  • Laser-Induced Nuclear Orientation of 1-ms 85mRb (with G. Shimkaveg, W. W. Quivers, Jr.,

   R. R. Dasari, P. G. Pappas, M. A. Attili, J. E. Thomas, D. E. Murnick, and M. S. Feld), Phys.     Rev. Lett. 53 2230 (1984).

  • Halos from Plutonium Minerals and Fission Alphas?, C. H. Holbrow, Nature, 265 504 (1977).

  • Identification of Analog Pairs in 13C and 13N by Means of the 13B(6Li,3He)13C and 10B(6Li,t)13N Reactions. (with J. D. Garrett, H. G. Bingham, and R. Middleton), Phys. Rev. C 9, 902 (1974).

  • Distorted-Wave Analysis of the 13C(3He,d) Reaction Leading to Unbound Levels of 14N. (with H. T. Fortune, R. Middleton and J. D. Garrett), Phys. Rev. C 3, 1441 (1971).

  • Nuclear Structure of 18F. (with L. Polsky and R. Middleton) Phys. Rev. 186, (1969).

  • Studies of 14N by Several Transfer Reactions.  (with R. Middleton and W. Focht), Phys. Rev. 183, 880 (1969).

  • Hole-Particle States in 18F. (with R. Middleton, L. Polsky and K. Bethge) Phys. Rev. Lett., 21, 1398 (1968).

  • Investigation of States of 39Ar by the 38Ar(d,p)39Ar Reaction.  (with B. Rosner) Nuclear Phys. 91, 551 (1967).

  • Study of 14N by the Reaction 13C(3He,d)14N.  (with R. Middleton and B. Rosner) Phys. Rev. 152, 970 (1966).

  • Nuclear Structure of 14N  (with R. Middleton, J. Parkes and J. Bishop) Nuclear Spin-Parity Assignments, ed. N. B. Grove and R. L. Robinson, Academic Press, N.Y., 1966.

  • Nuclear Structure of 16N (with P.V. Hewka and R. Middleton) Nuclear Phys. 88, 561 (1966).

  • Level Structure of 37Ar and 41Ar (with P. V. Hewka, J. Wiza, and R. Middleton) Nuclear Physics 79, 505 (1966).

  • Neutron Evaporation Spectra (with H. H. Barschall) Nuclear Phys. 42, 264 (1963).

  • Neutrons from D+T and D+H (with C. H. Poppe and R. R. Borchers) Phys. Rev. 129, 733 (1963).

 

D.  PHYSICS PEDAGOGY

  • “Can You Beat This? ”, Charles H. Holbrow and Charles J. Holbrow, The Physics Teacher 54,  262-3 (2016). DOI: 10.1119/1.4947149.  There is an audio file at http://dx.doi.org/10.1119/1.4947149

  • Organized and chaired the special session “Using the discoveries of astronomy to teach physics,” 218th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Boston, MA, May 25, 2011.

  • Organized and chaired the session “Jerrold Zacharias and the foundation of PSSC physics,” AAPT Winter Meeting, Jan. 11,  2011, Jacksonville, FL.

  • online: https://www.aapt.org/doorway/TGRU/index.htm. “Proceedings of the AAPT Topical Workshop on Teaching General Relativity to Undergraduates,” Organized and edited by Charles H. Holbrow, AAPT 2006.

  • online: http://www.compadre.org/Portal/items/detail.cfm?ID=4111. “PSSC Fifty Years Later,” Reminiscences and analyses of a major effort to reform physics teaching in high schools, colleges, and universities.  Organized, collected, and edited by Charles H. Holbrow, AAPT, 2006.

  • “Interference with correlated photons: Five quantum mechanics experiments for undergraduates,” E. J. Galvez, C. H. Holbrow, M. J. Pysher, J. W. Martin, N. Courtemanche, L. Heilig, J. Spencer, Am. J. Phys. 73, 127-140 (2005).

  • “Photon quantum mechanics and beam splitters,” C. H. Holbrow, E. J. Galvez, and M. E. Parks, Am. J. Phys. 70, 269-265 (2002).

  • “Aiming a 730-km long neutrino beam,” J. Frank, M. Serifovic, J. Stewart, C. H. Holbrow, The Physics Teacher, 39, 523-529 (2001)

  • “Inward bound/outward bound: Modern introductory physics at Colgate,” C. H. Holbrow and J. C. Amato, in The Changing Role of Physics Departments in Modern Universities: Proceedings of International Conference on Undergraduate Education, College Park, Maryland, August, 1996 edited by E. F. Redish and J. S. Rigden, AIP Conference Proceedings 399, American Institute of Physics, Woodbury, New York, 1997. pp. 615-622.

  • Modern Introductory Physics at Colgate, J. C. Amato, E. J. Galvez, H. Helm, C. H. Holbrow, D. F. Holcomb, J. N. Lloyd, and V. N. Mansfield, in Conference on the Introductory Physics Course: On the Occasion of the Retirement of Robert Resnick, pp. 153-157, edited by Jack Wilson, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1997.

  • Inward Bound/Outward Bound: Modern Introductory Physics at Colgate, C. H. Holbrow and J. C. Amato, pp. 615-622 in The Changing Role of Physics Departments in Modern Universities: Proceedings of International Conference on Undergraduate Physics Education, College Park, Maryland, August 1996, edited by E. F. Redish and J. S. Rigden, AIP Conference Proceedings 399, Woodbury, New York, 1997.

  • Modernizing Introductory Physics, C. H. Holbrow, J. C. Amato, E. J. Galvez and J. N. Lloyd, Am. J. Phys. 63, 1078-1090 (1995).

  • Intercollegiate Physics Activities: How to Get Started, C.H. Holbrow and O.G. Brandt, The Physics Teacher, 30, 559-592 (1992).

  • Review of A Guide to Introductory Physics Teaching, Arnold B. Arons, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1990; Physics Today pp. 67-68, December (1990).

  • An Introduction to Laser Spectroscopy: Two cw-Laser Experiments, C.H. Holbrow and Bernard Couillaud, Hyperfine Interactions 37, 185-208 (1987).

  • Liberal Arts Students Get a Lesson in Engineering.  Grad. Eng. p. 124, Nov. 1981.

  • Physics of Living in Space -- A New Course.  Am. J. Phys. 49, 725 (1981).

  • A Physicist Teaches Liberal Arts Students about Engineering, J. Eng. Educ. P. 173, November 1980.

  • An Introductory Computing Course for Undergraduates in the Social Sciences and Humanities (with J.H. Reynolds and T. Brackett).  Proceeding of the Conference on Computers in the Undergraduate Curricula, June 16-18, 1970.  University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

  • Wstep do Relacji Dyspersyjnch (With W.C. Davidon) Postepy Fizyki 16, 389 (1965).

  • An Introduction to Dispersion Relations (with W.C. Davidon) Am. J. Phys. 32, 762 (1964).

 

E. TECHNICAL NOTES

  • Breakdown Voltages of Glass Tape Insulated ISA Braid.  TN #271.  Isabelle Project, Brookhaven National Laboratory.  February 1981.

  • Porosity of Coils Wound with ISA Braid.  TN #246.  Isabelle Project, Brookhaven National Laboratory.  November 5, 1980 (with W. Sampson).

  • Training, Induced Quenches and Velocities of Propagation of Quenches in Simulation Coils.  TH #245.  Isabelle Project, Brookhaven National Laboratory.  November 1980 (with A. Ghosh).

  • How to Compare a Magnet's Quench Current with that of a Short Sample - Mark 18.  TN #238.  Isabelle Project, Brookhaven National Laboratory.  October 1980.

  • Contribution of the Sextupole Field to Measurements with the Dipole Coil of the ISA Rotating Harmonic Coil Magnetometer, Brookhaven National Laboratory, TN #143, 1979.

  • Transients in the Magnetic Field of Dipole Magnets 004 and 007, Isabelle Project, Brookhaven National Laboratory.  TN #142, 1979.

  • Introduction to the Isabelle Harmonic Coil Magnetometer, Isabelle Project, Brookhaven National Laboratory.  TN #170, 1979.

  • A Way to Compare Costs of Building Rotating Structures in Space, Proc. of the Special Session on Lunar Utilization, Seventh Lunar Sciences Conference, March, 1976, Houston, Texas.

  • Should We Colonize the Moon before Space?, Proc. of the Special Session on Lunar Utilization, Seventh Lunar Sciences Conferences, March, 1976, Houston, Texas.

  • FCONC: A Faster Concordance Generator which Reads Input Text from Tape.  CGTM #95, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford, California 94305.  July 1970.

  • CONC: A SNOBOL 4 Program for Generating a Selective Concordance from Short Texts.  CGTM #91, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford, California 94305.  June 1970.

 

F. OTHER

  • Neither Horsefarm nor Hospital (invited talk), Winter Meeting of American Physical Society, San Francisco, CA, January 25, 1982. 

  • The Energies of Henry Adams, Computers and the Humanities 5, 319 (1971).