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David F. Nitz

David F. Nitz

PhD, Physics, University of Rochester

Contact

906-487-2274
dfnitz@mtu.edu

Professor, Physics

My research interests focus on understanding the origin of the highest energy cosmic rays. Cosmic rays with energies in excess of 1020eV have been observed striking Earth's atmosphere; these particles are the most energetic known in our universe, with more than 100 million times the energy produced at the largest particle . . .

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Yoke Khin Yap

Yoke Khin Yap

PhD, Osaka University

Contact

906-487-2900
ykyap@mtu.edu

Professor, Physics

Professor Yap is interested in the fundamentals of synthesis, properties, and applications of functional materials, which include B-C-N nanostructures (carbon nanotubes, graphene, boron nitride nanotubes, boron nitride nanosheets, boron carbon-nitride and carbon nitride nanostructures, etc.); ZnO nanostructures; energy harvesting nanostructures; wide band-gap single crystals (AlN, GaN, BN); and quantum dots. He has edited a book and multiple proceedings volumes, and has . . .

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Miguel Levy

Miguel Levy

PhD, Physics, City University of New York

Contact

906-487-2084
mlevy@mtu.edu

Professor, Physics and Materials Science and Engineering

Professor Levy's research activities presently center on photonics, with an emphasis on magneto-photonics and nonreciprocal phenomena.