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Theoretical nuclear physics

Research Activities

The question of correlations between nucleons in nuclei has long been of interest. Electron probes should give results which are more easily interpreted than those obtained with proton probes. This and an ongoing Rutgers-Mainz experimental collaboration have motivated my study of the inclusive contribution of deuteron knockout to inelastic electron scattering from complex nuclei through a given angle and with a given energy loss. I am presently studying charge-dependent corrections in medium-energy processes below 100 MeV.

Teaching activities

This semester, Fall 1995, I am teaching Physics 501 (the first semester of the first-year graduate course in Quantum Mechanics).

Administrative activities

During 1995-96, I am on the Ph.D. Orals Committee, the Teaching Peer Review, and the Graduate Admissions Committee.

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