Prem Vaishnava

Ph.D. from Jodhpur University (India) in Condensed Matter Physics and post doctoral research experience from Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, Illinois and Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. Expertise in the synthesis, characterization, and application of nano-structured, superconducting and magnetic materials.

Vaishnava finds Kettering students scientifically and intellectually talented and admires their professionalism and maturity. Vaishnava recruits and encourages Kettering students to participate in his research.

Uma Ramabadran

Dr. Uma Ramabadran joined Kettering University after working several years for Wright Patterson Airforce Base. She performs research on characterizing semiconductor and optical materials using techniques such as optical microscopy and various types of laser spectroscopy including Raman spectroscopy and Photoluminescence. Other areas in which she has worked include nonlinear optics and crystal growth.

Corneliu Rablau

Dr. Corneliu Rablau is an Associate Professor of Applied Physics at Kettering University and the Director of the Kettering University Photonics and Fiber Optics Lab, specializing in Applied Optics and Photonics/Opto-Electronics Materials and Devices. Dr. Rablau holds a BS in Engineering Physics from the University of Bucharest, and a MS and PhD in Physics from West Virginia University. Prior to joining the Applied Physics group at Kettering University, between 2000 and 2003, Dr. Rablau has served as a Sr. Fiber Optics Engineer at JDS Uniphase Corporation in San Jose, CA. Dr.

Daniel Ludwigsen

Ph.D. from Brigham Young University in Physics and Musical Acoustics, with expertise in underwater acoustics, African instruments and acoustic resonators, brass instruments, noise and vibration.

Dedicated to excellence in teaching, Ludwigsen is currently developing two new Acoustics courses and a course in methods of computer use in Physics. He is also the principal investigator for a National Science Foundation grant to Kettering to redesign the Physics I laboratory to include new teaching methodology and crash safety study.

Gregory Hassold

Ph.D. from the University of Colorado in Physics, with expertise in ceramics/refractories; computer simulation/modeling; condensed matter; fatigue/fracture; mechanical properties, materials; physics, solid state and theoretical.

Kettering faculty to score national AP tests

Jun 3, 2013

Two Kettering University professors have been selected to be readers for national AP tests.

Two Kettering University professors have been selected to be readers for national AP tests.

Kettering University receives prestigious Physics award

Apr 16, 2013

Kettering University’s Department of Physics was one of four universities nationwide to receive this year’s prestigious Award for Improving Undergraduate Physics.

Kettering University’s Department of Physics was one of four universities nationwide to receive this year’s prestigious Award for Improving Undergraduate Physics.

President Robert McMahan Cosmology Lecture

The Kettering University Physics Club and the Physics Department present a special guest lecture by President Robert McMahan. The lecture will be held on 5th Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 6 p.m. in the Cribathon. Dr. McMahan will present part 2 of his lecture entitled "Cosmology 101: Life, the Universe and Everything" and discuss his work in physics and astronomy. Refreshments will be provided. All students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to attend (regardless of whether or not they attended part 1)!

Elite Award for Physics

Dec 13, 2012

A national award for improving undergraduate Physics education will be presented to Kettering in the spring.

A national award for improving undergraduate Physics education will be presented to Kettering in the spring.

Using endoscopic ultrasound to find cancer

Nov 15, 2012

Physicist Dr. Ronald Kumon is seeking a better way to diagnose between chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer using endoscopic ultrasound.

Physicist Dr. Ronald Kumon is seeking a better way to diagnose between chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer using endoscopic ultrasound.

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