Several Physics Faculty Members Published in Top Peer-Reviewed Journals

Posted on 3/17/2011 8:49:47 AM

Several members of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Physics faculty published journal articles in top peer-reviewed journals this past year.

The department would like to extend its congratulations to the following professors for their hard work and accomplishments:

Gregory Kenning

“Origin of End-of-Aging and Subaging Scaling Behavior in Glassy Dynamics,” Physical Review

“Temperature Dependence of Effective Fluctuation Time Scales in Spin Glasses,” Physical Review

Larry Freeman, Muhammad Numan, and Devki Talwar (Co-authored)

“Surface Plasmon Resonance due to the Interface of a Metal and a Chiral Sculptured Thin Film,” Optical Engineering

Devki Talwar

“Optical and Vibrational Properties of Be-Zn Chalcogenide Alloys and Superlattices,” Physical Review

“Direct Evidence of LO Phonon-Plasmon Coupled Modes in n-GaN,” Applied Physics Letters

Feng Zhou (Co-authored)

“The Police Canine Bite: Force, Injury, and Liability,” Criminal Law Bulletin

Additionally, on the recent “natural and man-made disaster” in Japan, Dr. V. Wijekumar participated in an open forum for the university community on Tuesday, March 15, 2011, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Eberly Auditorium along with two Geoscience faculty members. The department extends its thanks to Dr. Wijekumar for presenting information and sharing his expertise at this open forum.