Physics & Astronomy
Physics Lab Coordinator
Ron has been the Physics Lab Coordinator since July 1999. His primary responsibility is to make sure instructors have everything they need, when they need it, to perform labs and demonstrations in our introductory physics courses. Before coming to Rowan he was a senior research physicist with DuPont and prior to that a (civilian) senior physicist for the U.S. Navy. Ron completed all but the dissertation in Penn's doctoral program in physics, and holds an MA (Temple 1973) and BA (Rutgers 1969), both in physics. His interests include physics education research, general relativity and environmental issues. Ron has often taught our Physics of Everyday Life course.
"Might Dark Matter and Energy be Intrinsic Properties of Space?", Int. J. Theor. Phys. (2009) 48: 2704-2714; U.S. Patent 6,036,215, "Device for Linking Two or More Bicycles in Tandem, 2000; U. S. Patent 5,204,453, "Method and Apparatus for Introducing Biological Substances into Living Cells", 1993; "Traveling, Vibrating Strings", Am. J. Phys. vol.59, no.6, June 1991: 564-565; U.S. Patent 4,528,857, "Phase Modulation Ultrasonic Flowmeter", 1985; "Theoretical and Experimental Assessment of Uncertainties in Non-Intrusive Ultrasonic Flow Measurement", NBS Special Publication 484, 1977.