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Bryan H. Suits

Bryan H. Suits

PhD, Physics, University of Illinois

Contact

906-487-2093
suits@mtu.edu

Professor, Physics

Professor Suits is an experimentalist using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to study materials. He is using an 85 kG superconducting magnet and a versitile computer-controlled spectrometer to study the atomic level electronic and structural properties of novel materials. In particular, he is studying materials detection, especially explosive detection, using nuclear . . .

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Claudio Mazzoleni

Claudio Mazzoleni

PhD, Atmospheric Sciences

Contact

906-487-1226
cmazzoleni@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Physics

The main research interest of the Environmental Optics Laboratory is the study of the effects that anthropogenic and natural particulates suspended and transported in the atmosphere (aerosols) have on Earth's climate and air quality. The net effect on climate from greenhouse gases, aerosols, and clouds is a complex integral that is . . .

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Will H. Cantrell

Will H. Cantrell

PhD, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Contact

906-487-2356
cantrell@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Physics

Why does water in Earth's atmosphere condense into cloud droplets when and where it does, and why does that water sometimes freeze? Those questions are the broad motivation for my research here over the past 10 years. Water in the atmosphere will not start freezing unless it's really cold (about -36 . . .