Projects

Notable, active research projects include, but are not limited to:

Project Associated Faculty Associated Facilities
ArcheoPhysics (Neanderthal Tool Characterization) Tonya S. Coffey
Coffey UHV Laboratory
Atmospheric Optical Characterization James P. Sherman AppalAIR (Optics Lab)
Early Universe Physics Anthony G. Calamai Ion Trap Laboratory
Eclipsing Binary Stars Daniel B. Caton Dark Sky Observatory
Electrostatics - e.g. Mars Rover J. Sid Clements ASU Electrostatics Lab, Kennedy Space Center, FL
Granular Flows and Sediment Transport (Computational, Experimental, and FIeld Research) Christopher S. Thaxton
Naval Research Labs (Stennis SC, MS)
Health Physics - Optics Jennifer L. Burris Raman Spectroscopy Laboratory
Martian Atmosphere Characterization Tonya S. Coffey
Coffey UHV Laboratory
Nano-Materials Fabrication and Characterization (multiple on-going projects) Brad R. Conrad AppNano (Nano-Analysis and Fabrication Lab)
Nano-Tribology and UHV Surface Characterization (multiple on-going projects) Tonya S. Coffey Coffey UHV Laboratory
NASA Instrumentation (ongoing: Space Shuttle, etc.) J. Sid Clements ASU Electrostatics Lab, Kennedy Space Center, FL
O/B Associations and Galactic structure Michael Briley National Optical Observatories
Organic Electronics (Transistors and Photovoltaics) Brad R. Conrad
UHV Laboratories
Physics and Astronomy Education and Pedagogy
Rankin "GoTo" Instructional Astronomy Facility
Remote Sensing Projects (incl. Braille display, stream monitoring telemetry, etc.) Remote Sensing Laboratory
River and Stream Modeling and Monitoring Christopher S. Thaxton Terrestrial Surface Processes Lab
Robotics platform development Christopher S. Thaxton Electronics, Instrumentation, and Robotics Laboratories
Stellar abundances and populations Michael Briley Dark Sky Observatory
Stellar Atmosphere and Earth Ionosphere Research Anthony G. Calamai Ion Trap Laboratory
Stellar Spectroscopy Richard O. Gray Astronomy Instrumentation Development Laboratory
Surface Physics (AFM, SEM, STM, STS, C-AFM, KPFM, etc)
UHV Laboratories
Trojan Planet Project Daniel B. Caton Dark Sky Observatory

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ASU Box 32106
Boone, NC 28608-2106 

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