Gregg Harry works to detect gravitational waves from supernovas, neutron stars, pulsars, and possibly the Big Bang. In this way, he is testing Einstein’s theory of gravity against Newton’s. An astrophysicist by trade, Harry works on the National Sci… More
Professor Harshman pursues research in theoretical physics, focusing his studies on the intersection of quantum information theory and particle physics. Entanglement is a fundamental resource for many future quantum information processing application… More
Dr. Hu is a computational physicist working on interacting many-body systems and quantum computing. In a broad sense, the core of her research interests seeks to understand how microscopic/individual behavior give rise to novel and complex collective… More
Teresa Larkin is an Associate Professor of Physics Education in the Department of Physics. She also serves as Director and Faculty Liaison to the Dual-degree Engineering Program.Dr. Larkin received her BS and MS degrees in Engineering Physics from So… More
Jessica Uscinski recently joined the Physics Department at American University as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2008. She received her PhD in Theoretical Physics from the University of Arizona in 2008. Her research primarily involves investigating t… More
Prof. Gray received his PhD in Physics from Pennsylvania State University in 1968, after which he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto in 1968-1969. In 1969-1972, he was an Assistant Professor of Physics at the Oregon Graduate Cente… More
Romeo Segnan came to American University in 1967, where he pursued his career in physics. In 1987 he was appointed chair of the physics department, which he held for the next ten years. During the years of teaching and research, Segnan spent differen… More
Kishan Yerubandi is a mathematician and physicist, with interests high energy theory, gravitation, cosmology, mathematical physics, and education. He teaches courses in mathematics, statistics, and physics.