Faculty and Staff


Frank GriffithO. Frank Griffith, Ph.D.
Associate Professor (retired)
Univ. South Carolina, 1967

 

Forensic applications of classical physics

GremesSilvia Gremes, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor for Research
University of Miami, 2010

NRL Stennis Space Center
228-688-5129
sgremesc@uno.edu

Satellite data analysis; acoustic signal processing; estuarine and coastal dynamics; High Frequency radar data analysis; Numerical model validation; interdisciplinary research, Harmful Algae Blooms; Arctic environment; oceanic Boundary Layer dynamics; turbulent air-sea fluxes.
Curriculum Vitae

LoupJuliette Ioup, Ph.D.
Professor
Univ. of Connecticut, 1972

SC 1017
504-280-6705
jioup@uno.edu

Ocean acoustics, deconvolution, seismic inverse theory and data processing; image theory in electromagnetics

LADC website
Curriculum Vitae

Leszek MalkinskiLeszek Malkinski, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Univ. of Warsaw, 1991

SC 2009
504-280-1346
lmalkins@uno.edu

Thin-film deposition, magnetic tunneling, nanolithographic patterning

 

 

GermanaGermana Peggion, Ph.D.
Associate Professor for Research (retired)
Florida State Univ., 1985

Computational fluid dynamics, oceanography.

 

PuriAshok Puri, Ph.D.
University Research Professor
CCNY, 1982

SC 1059
504-280-6682
apuri@uno.edu

Theoretical optics, optical properties of condensed matter, geophysical electromagnetic modeling

SaebC. Greg Seab, Ph.D.
S. D. Leyda University Teaching Fellow
Professor and Chair
Univ. of Colorado, 1982

SC 2014
504-280-6711
cseab@uno.edu

Astrophysics, interstellar media; shock waves and dust.

Leonard SpinuLeonard Spinu, Ph.D.
University Research Professor (on leave to NSF)
Orsay, 1998

SC 2007
504-280-3218
lspinu@uno.edu

Magnetic nanoparticles, radio frequency and microwave properties of materials

Research Group Website


Weillie ZhouWeillie Zhou, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Materials Science
AMRI Adjunct Assoc. Prof. of Physics

SC 2001
504-280-1068
wzhou@uno.edu

Synthesis of semiconductor nanowires for chemical sensor, biological sensor and photovoltaic applications. Nanomaterials characterization using electron microscopy.

Research Group Website