|Bill Crummett has a research background with inelastic neutron scattering experiments in condensed matter physics. His recent interests include experimental investigation of the properties of novel electronic materials and precision optical measurements of the acceleration due to gravity. He is an Associate Director of the Center for Advanced Materials at the University of Kentucky and he often sends Centre student for research internships at this facility.|
|Jim Kelly has done research in Higgs boson particle physics phenomenology and radar scattering and signal processing. Recently his interests have been in crystal growth modeling using cellular automata, molecular dynamics modeling, and lattice gas and lattice Boltzmann methods of fluid modeling.|
involves students in his study of theoretical study of astrophysical masers.
is an optical physicist whose research background includes studying silicon photonics and fiber lasers. He is currently investigating the interaction between cylindrically-polarized light beams with silicon-based optical resonators.