Physics Department News
Jason Deibel, an expert on the use of lasers to study new materials, is the new director of undergraduate research and experiential learning in the College of Science and Mathematics.
Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku will discuss "Physics of the Future" as part of Wright State's Presidential Lecture Series and Honors Institute on March 19 at the Nutter Center.
University of Oregon physics professor James Brau, who participated in the discovery of the Higgs boson, will give a public talk on the subatomic particle on Feb. 7 at Wright State.
Greg Pitz, who obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physics from Wright State University, was among those honored by President Obama as among the nation’s outstanding early career scientists.
Doug Petkie, an associate professor of physics, was named chair of Wright State’s Physics Department.
The Ohio State University, Wright State University and nine other Ohio colleges and universities will share a $3.5 million National Science Foundation grant over the next five years...
Diabetes, kidney disease, even cancer. Their presence in the human body can change the smell and chemistry of a person’s breath...
Technology under development by Wright State researchers and field-deployable at public sites has the potential to detect viruses within minutes, giving early warning and reducing the possibility of an outbreak.
Chris Johnson ('82), University of Utah, has been awarded the 2010 Visualization Career Award by IEEE VGTC in recognition of technical achievements and leadership in Scientific Visualization.
Dr. Johnson has made sustained technical contributions in scientific visualization, especially in the areas of biomedical and computational field visualization. His research in scientific visualization and scientific computing is important not only because it is innovative but also because it...