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Petra H. Huentemeyer

Petra H. Huentemeyer

PhD, Particle Physics, University of Hamburg/DESY, Germany

Contact

906-487-1229
petra@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Physics

Dr. Huentemeyer's background is in astrophysics and elementary particle physics. She is currently interested in the study of gamma and cosmic rays to solve the century-old puzzle of the origin of galactic cosmic rays, first detected by the Austrian-American scientist Victor Hess in 1912.Where and how are cosmic rays produced and . . .

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Petra H. Huentemeyer

Petra H. Huentemeyer

PhD, Particle Physics, University of Hamburg/DESY, Germany

Contact

906-487-1229
petra@mtu.edu

Associate Professor, Physics

Dr. Huentemeyer's background is in astrophysics and elementary particle physics. She is currently interested in the study of gamma and cosmic rays to solve the century-old puzzle of the origin of galactic cosmic rays, first detected by the Austrian-American scientist Victor Hess in 1912.Where and how are cosmic rays produced and . . .

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Ranjit Pati

Ranjit Pati

PhD, Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, University at Albany, State University of New York

Contact

906-487-3193
patir@mtu.edu

Professor, Physics

My current research primarily focuses on addressing some of the fundamental challenges associated with nanoscience. Specifically, this research tries to answer some of the open questions pertaining to the electron (both charge and spin) transfer process involving nanoscale junction in a non-equilibrium condition using quantum many body