Lecturer in Physics & Astronomy, Pomona College

posted on July 8, 2014 by

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Pomona College, the founding member of the Claremont Colleges, invites applications for a position in physics and astronomy teaching general physics laboratory sections. Candidates must have a strong commitment to high-quality undergraduate teaching in a liberal arts environment, and those with significant teaching experience are especially encouraged to apply.  While research is not part of the job description, the department is enthusiastic to hear from candidates who are research active.  Applicants should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, a statement of teaching philosophy, and names and contact information for three references  via email to:

PhySearch@pomona.edu

See www.physics.pomona.edu and www.astronomy.pomona.edu for more information about our department.  Pomona College is an equal opportunity employer, and it especially invites applications from women and members of under-represented groups.

Optoelectronics Postdoc and Laboratory Manager

posted on June 27, 2014 by

Optoelectronics Postdoc and Laboratory Manager          P2029 2 year position, full-time (temporary) Anticipated Start Date: Summer 2014

Please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, a statement of research experience, two letters of reference, and copies of journal publications to: photonics.postdoc@pomona.edu.

Click the link below to view the full job posting.

http://www.pomona.edu/administration/human-resources/employment/

Senior Theses (2014)

posted on June 9, 2014 by

Dalton Bolger ’14
KAPAO Prime: Construction, Calibration, and Integration of the Pomona College Facility Adaptive Optics Instrument
Faculty Advisor: Philip Choi

Claire Dickey ’14
The Low-Mass Luminosity Function in Globular Clusters
Faculty Advisor: Philip Choi

Meredith Durbin ’14
The Mid-Infrared RR Lyrae Period-Luminosity Relation
Faculty Advisor: Alma Zook

Zachary Glassman ’14
High Resolution Spectroscopy and Isotope Invariant
Faculty Advisor: Richard Mawhorter

Dulcie Head ’14
Modeling Diffusion in Amorphous Thin Film Tantala and Amorphous Thin Film Fused Silica
Faculty Advisor: Alma Zook

Annie Hedlund ’14
High-Mass Stars in NGC 6822: The Ultraviolet as a Tool for Identification
Faculty Advisor: Bryan Penprase

Benjamin Hoober-Burkhardt ’14
The Use of Gamification to Teach the Cosmic Distance Ladder
Faculty Advisor: Bryan Penprase

Mira Howard ’14
The Pianist’s Touch: An Investigation into the Scientific Veracity of the Pianist’s Touch
Faculty Advisor: Alma Zook

Joseph Long ’14
Seeing Clearly with KAPAO: Measuring Performance with Data Analysis Tools for Adaptive Optics
Faculty Advisor: Philip Choi

Charles Owens ’14
An Analysis on the Degradation of Organic Photovoltaic Cells
Faculty Advisor: David Tanenbaum

Eric Puma ’14
An Overview of CVD Graphene Growth, Characterization, and Transfer
Faculty Advisor: David Tanenbaum

Emily Yang ’14
Fabrication, Characterization, and Stability of Inverted P3HT:PCBM Organic Photovoltaics
Faculty Advisor: David Tanenbaum

Congratulations Emily Yang! – Fulbright Recipient

posted on May 15, 2014 by

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Emily Yang, a physics major and environmental analysis minor, from Arcadia, Calif., will
head to Landau, Germany, to study the interplay between climate change and
greenhouse gas emissions from small rivers and streams, with Dr. Andreas Lorke
of the Environmental Physics Department at the Landau campus of
the University of Koblenz-Landau. Her future plans include the possibility
of graduate school in engineering, physics or earth sciences

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