Randall Jones is an associate professor in the Department of Physics at Loyola University Maryland. He obtained his PhD degree in theoretical condensed matter physics from Cornell University in 1983 and joined the faculty at Loyola University in 1991.
I am an Undergraduate Research Assistant studying Materials and Mechanical Engineering at Loyola Maryland.
Bahram Roughani is professor of physics and Associate Dean for the Natural and Applied Sciences at Loyola University Maryland. He is the PI on an NSF supported collaborative project, "The PIPLINE Project", aiming at enhancing Physics Innovation and Entrepreneurship (PIE) education. He also is leading the "Pathways to Innovation" initiative at Loyola University Maryland. His expertise is on experimental condensed matter physicist with emphasis on optical spectroscopy and Electron Microscopy of electronics and advanced materials. He established the very first ABET accredited Applied Physics program in the country while serving as department head the full co-op physics program at Kettering University prior to 2013.
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