The Department of Physics welcomes its newest member. Jeremy studies two-dimensional conductors, mainly organic conductors, using high magnetic fields. He is a gifted experimentalist and will provide a good complement to the research of the rest of the department. An engaging teacher, he received high marks from the students he met during his campus visit in February.
He recently received his Ph.D. from Florida State University, where he did most of his work in the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. Jeremy will be with us in time for fall semester.
Department of Physics