mc @ physics.utah.edu
Office: 218 INSCC
I am an nth-year graduate student in the physics department at the University of Utah, and a junior but enthusiastic member of a research group in gravitational physics led by Professor Richard Price, formerly of the University of Utah, now at the University of Texas at Brownsville, home of NASA's Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy.
Current Interests: "All science is either physics or philately." -Ernest Rutherford.
Teaching: Physics 4910: Richard Price and I developed
this excellent course in scientific writing and communication.
It fulfills the university's upper division writing
requirement, and will be offered in Spring 2011.
*Xray image: the supermassive black holes of NGC 6240, courtesy of NASA astropix and the CXO.