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Jeff Vanhoy
Professor
TUNL/Duke University

Department of Physics
572C Holloway Road
United States Naval Academy
Annapolis, MD 21402-5026
email: vanhoy AT usna.edu
Office: 410-293-none
Lab: 410-293-4606
Fax: 410-293-3729

 

I was born and raised outside Walkertown, North Carolina. Stimulated by the Gemini and Apollo space programs and the James Bond movies, I became a mad scientist at a young age and eventually evolved into a nuclear physicist. I joined the faculty at the Naval Academy in August 1989.  My hobbies include sporting clays, hunting, woodworking, depression glass collecting, and genealogy of northeastern Forsyth family groups.  I've taught SP211 and SP212 (Intro Physics), SP434 (Nuclear Physics) for many moons and the Quantum Mechanics courses SP324 and SP425 for several years.

Courses

  • SP211 Introduction to Physics I
  • SP212 Introduction to Physics II
  • SP301 Modern Physics
  • SP324 Applications of Quantum Mechanics with Advanced Lab I
  • SP425 Quantum Mechanics II with Advanced Lab II
  • SP434 Nuclear Physics

Current research interests and activities

  • Student's Research Projects
  • Research ActivitiesNational Science Foundation
  •     Nuclear Structure and Spectroscopy
  •     Undergraduate Teaching with Accelerators
  •     Ion Beam Analysis
  • Listing of Academic Ancestors
  • Radiation Safety Info
 

Last updated 2003 April 21 by Paul Mikulski, mikulski@usna.edu