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Faculty & Staff

Professor Kunal DasKunal K. Das

Professor of Physics
B.A. Franklin & Marshall, M.A.
Ph.D. SUNY, Stony Brook

Office: 420 Boehm Science Building
Telephone: 610-683-4441
Fax: 610-683-1352 

Research: Theoretical studies at the interface of mesoscopic condensed matter physics and the physics of ultracold atoms. Quantum transport in nanoscale circuits and atomic waveguides. Stochastic analysis of physical and biophysical models.


Professor Sudarshan FernandoSudarshan Fernando

Associate Professor of Physics
B.Sc. University of Colombo (Sri Lanka),
Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University

Office: 417 Boehm Science Building
Telephone: 610-683-1351
Fax: 610-683-1352

Research: M/Superstring theory and supergravity and their algebraic structures, AdS/CFT dualities in various dimensions, and plane-wave superalgebras and their spectra. Current focus is on generalized spacetimes defined by Jordan algebras and quasi- conformal realizations of noncompact groups and supergroups.


Dr. Erin KraalErin Kraal

Associate Professor of Physical Sciences
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Cruz

Office: 116 Boehm Science Building
Telephone: 484-646-5859
Fax: 610-683-1352

Research: Quantitative Planetary Surface processes



Professor Eric LaubEric M. Laub

Instructor of Physics & Astronomy
B.S. & M.S. Lehigh University

Office: 115 Boehm Science Building
Telephone: 610-683-4115
Fax: 610-683-1352

Research: Computer-based Data Acquisition and Automation



Professor Paul QuinnPaul V. Quinn

Associate Professor of Physics
B.A. Drew University
M.S. & Ph.D Lehigh University

Office: 423 Boehm Science Building
Telephone: 610-683-4839
Fax: 610-683-1352

Research: Statistical Physics, Granular Materials


Professor Phillip ReedPhillip Reed

Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy
B.S. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
M.S. & Ph.D. Lehigh University

Office: 306C Grim-Knedler Science Building
Telephone: 610-683-4438
Fax: 610-683-1352

Research: Astrophysics, Interacting Binary Stars, Ultraviolet Spectroscopy, Differential Photometry


Professor Robert SmithJustin Smoyer

Assistant Professor of Physics
B.S. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D. University of Virginia

Office: 419 Boehm Science Building
Telephone: 484-646-4193
Fax: 610-683-1352

Research: Nanoscale thermal energy transport utilizing frequency-domain thermoreflectance experimental analysis.  ​