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TERRENCE LEE REESE
Title:
Professor
Office:
Phone:
225-771-4730 Ext. 14
Fax:
225-771-2310
Email:
treese2436@aol.com


Professional Experience

Associate Professor of Physics, Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA August 2002- present

Assistant Professor of Physics, Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA, August 1997-present.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA, August 1995-May 1997.

Science Instructor, Upward Bound Program Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX, June 1995-August 1995.

Instructor of Physical Science, Jarvis Christian College, Hawkins, TX, August 1992-May 1995.

Research Assistant, Mica Corporation, Culver City, CA, Summer 1984.
U. S. Navy, 1980-1983.

Educational Background

    Ph.D. Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and Computational Physics, August 1992, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX
    B.S. Physics, August 1986, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX.

Courses Taught

Jarvis College:    Physical Science, Freshman Physics, Calculus I, Chemistry I, Physical Science Lab, Chemistry Lab

Swarthmore College:   Classical Dynamics, Freshman Physics, Mathematical Methods of Physics, Freshman Physics Lab

Southern University:   Advanced Mathematical Physics, Modern Physics, Physical Science


BELOW ARE SELECTED PUBLICATIONS IN PHYSICS, IN EDUCATION, AND OTHERS

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Physics Publications:

11. Self-Trapping at the Liquid Vapor Critical Point;Bruce N. Miller and Terrence Reese, Modern Physics Letters B;20(2006) pg. 169-177.. (2006).

10. Path Integral Simulation of Positronium; Bruce N. Miller and Terrence Reese, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B;192(2002) pg. 176-179.. (2002).

9. Path Integral Study of Positronium Decay in Xenon,T. L. Reese and B. N. Miller, Physical Review E64, 061201. (2001).

8. Self-Trapping of Positronium in a Classical Fluid, Terrence Reese and Bruce Miller,Proceedings of the International Symposium on Positron Annihilation Studies of Fluids, ed. S. C. Sharma, World Scientific, Singapore, 1988, pp. 259-264.. (1998).

7. The Virial Expansion of a Positron in a Classical Gas,B. N. Miller, T. L. Reese, G. Worrell, Canadian Journal of Physics,74, 548. (1996).

6. The Virial Exapansion of a Quantum Particle in a Classical Gas: Application to Ortho-Positronium Decay in Gases,G. Worrell, B. N. Miller and T. L. Reese, Physical Review A53, 2101. (1996).

5. Positronium in Xenon: The Path Integral Approach,Terrence Reese and Bruce N. Miller, Physical Review E,47, 2581. (1993).

4. Positron Lifetime Distribution in Fluids,B. N. Miller, Terrence L. Reese and G. Worrell, Physical Review E,47, 4083. (1993).

3. Self-Trapping of a Light Particle in a Dense Fluid: Application of Scaled Density-Functional Theory to the Decay of Ortho-Positronium,Terrence Reese and B. N. Miller, Physical Review A,42, 6068. (1990).

2. elf-Trapping of a Light Particle in a Dense Fluid: A Mesoscopic ModelB. N. Miller and Terrence Reese, Physical Review A,39, 4735. (1989).

1. Theory of Self-Trapping with a Realistic Equation of State,B. N. Miller and Terrence Reese,Positron Annihilation, eds. L. Dorikens-Vanpraet, M. Dorikens and D. Segers, World Scientific Singapore, 1989, pp. 733-746.. (1989).


Other Publications:

13. Using Blackboard to Facilitate Homework; 81st Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences; Baton Rouge, LA ; March 16, 2007; State.. (2007).

12. Using Blackboard to Eliminate Homework Copying; Texas Section American Physical Society and American Association of Physics Teachers; Abilene, TX; March 22-24, 2007; Regional.. (2007).

11. Comparisons of Selection Methods for Path Integral Monte Carlo,October meeting of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society, Arlington, TX 2006.. (2006).

10. Variations in Self-Trapping Related to Hard Sphere Diameter,October meeting of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society, Houston, TX 2005.. (2005).

9. Learning at the Timbuktu Academy,National Association of Black Physicist (NASBP) February, 2002.. (2002).

8. Self-Trapping at the Critical Point,March national meeting of the American Physical Society, Austin, TX, 2002.. (2002).

7. Changes in PIMC computations with respect to changes in the Hard Sphere Diameter,October meeting of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society, Texas Christian University, 2001.. (2001).

6. The Virial Expansion of the Decay Rate of Positrons and Ortho-Positronium,National Meeting of the American Physical Society, Indianapolis, IN, May 1996.. (1996).

5. Linear Contribution to the Decay Rate of Positrons and Ortho-Positronium,October meeting of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society, University of Texas at Arlington, 1996.. (1996).

4. The Virial Expansion of the Decay Rate of Ortho-Positronium,Leibowitz Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, December 1995.. (1995).

3. Self-Trapping of Light Particles: Path Integral Approach,April Meeting of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society, 1992.. (1992).

2. elf-Trapping of Light Particles in Dense Fluids: Importance of Transitions,March meeting of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society, 1991.. (1991).

1. Self-Trapping of Light Particles in Fluids, October Meeting of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society, 1986.. (1986).

Summer Research

    1. June-August 2007; Lead student research  team at Fermi National Laboratory, Chicago, IL.
    2. June-August 2006: Lead student team in2 projects at Fermi National Laboratory, Chicago, IL.
    3. June-August 2005: Lead student research team at Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, IL.
    4. June-August 2004: Lead student research team at Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, IL.

Grants

    1. June 1993: Models for Teaching Science at Minority Colleges, Lilly Foundation, $2000.00.
    2. May 1994: Jarvis Enrichment of Young Black Males, NSF grant on the improvement of academic skills of fourth, fifth and sixth grade black males, $90,000.00.
    3. January 1989-January 1997: co-investigator in continuing NSF Supercomputer access grant, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Access to Cray Supercomputer time equivalent to $1,000,000.00.
    4. December 1995: Research grant Swarthmore College, $1000.00.
    5. March 2000: Graduate Research Excellence at the Timbuktu Academy. Louisiana Board of Regents Grant, $87,000.
    6. March 2001: Technology Grant for Improving Physical Science Laboratory, $3600.00.
    7. Novel Cathodes and Cathodic Catalysts for Solid State Power Sources, Department of Defense, August 2001, $697,594.

Workshops Attended

    1. January 1999: A developmental workshop on the use of Graphical Calculators and CBL’s in Science and Math education at Northwestern University.
    2. September 1999: GLOBE Train the Trainer Workshop at Hamline University in St. Paul, MN, NASA/GLOBE
    3. March 2000: Southern University GLOBE/PIPELINES workshop for K-12 teachers. Speech on Land/Cover
    4. May 2000: Southern University GLOBE Train the Trainer Workshop. Served as trainer for Atmosphere and Soil Protocols.
    5. June26-July3: University of Alaska Fairbainks GLOBE Train the Trainer Workshop. Served as assistant trainer for Land Cover/Biology Protocols.
    6. March 17-24: Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA NASA Globe Train the Trainer Workshop. Served as assistant trainer for Hydrology Protocols.
    7. October 11-22: Fernbank Science Center, Dekalb, GA NASA Globe Train the Trainer Workshop. Served as assistant trainer for Land Cover/Biology Protocols.
Seminars Attended
    1. July 1989: Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Summer Institute, supported by the National Science Foundation, Pittsburgh, PA.
    2. September 1993: National Science Foundation, Quality Education for Minorities seminar on writing professional grants, Washington, D.C.
    3. March 1994: Bush Foundation Winter Faculty Development Conference in Minneapolis, MN.
    4. February 1996: Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center J-90 workshop.
    5. September 2002: A seminar on how to use the Blackboard educational.

Computer Experience:
                Extensive use of the Cray Supercomputers in theoretical research efforts.
                Extensive experience in Unix based operating systems.

Computer Languages:
                Fortran, C, Cray Fortran, XLC, Cray C.

 

 
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