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2000-01 Handbook for Physics and Astronomy Graduate Students

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Current Employment of Recent Ph.D. Recipients

1992 Ph.D.         Thesis adviser     Current position                        Thesis Title

Junwu Gan P. Coleman Heavy-fermion magnetism N. Andrei Roland Henry J. Cizewski University of California, San Single-particle and collective structures in Francisco Medical Center tellurium nuclei post-doctoral Robert Haramoto J. Sak Securities Corporation Computer Biaxial order in liquid crystals and spin specialist nematics Arun Inam P. Lindenfeld Bellcore Staff member Superconducting properties of epitaxial V. Venkatesan YBa2Cu3O7 thin films and YBa2Cu3O7/PrBa2Cu3O7/YBa2Cu3O7 heterostructures grown by pulsed laser deposition Qing-Tang Jiang T. Gustafsson Siliconix, Inc. San Jose, CA Group Ion scattering studies of surfaces and leader interfaces Edward Kemly M. Croft Seton Hall University Assistant An experimental and modeling study of Professor Europium 1:2:2 materials Timothy Vaughan J. Bronzan Harvard-MIT (biophysics), Cambridge, A hamiltonian study of lattice quantum MA Post-doctoral chromodynamics with dynamical quarks Yury Vilk A. Ruckenstein Correlation effects in two-dimensional electron systems realized in quantum well structures and on the surface of liquid helium Hua Yang H. Carr Industry NMR imaging studies of termperature quenching in the liquid-vapor critical region Shu Yang R. Bartynski National Semiconductor, Arlington, TX Electronic structure and dynamics of metal Member Technical Staff and metal-covered surfaces

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