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Other Professional Activities

  • Summer Research Assistant, Los Alamos, wrote programs to reduce data from neutron scattering experiments, using the CDC 7600 and 6600 systems.
  • Summer Research Assistant, Kitt Peak, included observing on the solar telescope, and writing programs to reduce solar magnetograms, using a CDC 6600 system
  • “From Quarks to Quasars,” two three-day short courses by Professor M. Dresden (SUNY at Stonybrook) and Professor A.S. Goldhaber (SUNY at Stonybrook),
  • Mt. Holyoke College, Fall, 1976 and Spring, 1977.
  • Judge for Maine State Science Fair, Summer, 1977.
  • Visitor, Center for Radiophysics and Astrophysics, Cornell University, Summer, 1977.
  • Traveled to Kansas State University to continue research with Professor C. M. Sorensen, Summer, 1978.
  • Traveled to the University of Colorado to continue research with Professor J.R. Taylor, Summer, 1978; Winter, 1978; Summer, 1979.
  • Traveled to the University of South Carolina to work with Professor Y. Aharonov, Summer, 1979; Summer, 1980.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of Wilkinson and Assoc., South Paris, Maine, Spring, 1979.
  • Co-organizer of the Meeting of the New England Section of the American Physical Society, September, 1980.
  • Teacher, Maine Summer Humanities Program for Gifted and Talented Rural High School Students, Bowdoin College, June-July, 1981; July-August, 1982
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of John Hamilton, and for the Office of the District Attorney, Fall 1981-present.
  • Referee for Foundations of Physics for papers on the Aharonov-Bohm Effect, 1979-present.
  • Two 8 ½ x 11 Color Photographs, published in Paul Reps: Letters to a Friend, Stillgate Publishers (S Acworth, New Hampshire), 1981.
  • Guest Teacher, 4-H Group for Gifted and Talented Grade School Children, Auburn, Spring, 1982.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of Berman, Simmons and Goldberg, Lewiston, Maine, 1984.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Androscoggin County Office of the District Attorney, 1988.
  • Assistant Editor, American Journal of Physics, May 1988-May, 1990.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of Pat Winburn, Manchester Center, VT, 1991-1992.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of Burres, Fidnick and Sheppard, Amherst, MA 1989-1991.
  • Referee for papers submitted to Foundations of Physics, Physical Review A, Canadian Journal of Physics, and the American Journal of Physics (ongoing).
  • Accident Reconstruction for the office of Wheeler & Arey, Waterville, ME, 1996 – present.
  • Textbook Reviewer for Prentice-Hall, Brooks-Cole, Wadsworth, Springer-Verlag Pub.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of V. Powers, Portland, ME, 1997.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of W. Quinn, N. Conway, NH, 1997.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of Arey and Wheeler, Waterville, ME; 2000 – 2001.
  • Accident Reconstruction for the Office of Burt Kettle, Brunswick, ME; 2000 – 2001.
  • Accident Reconstruction for Janet Mills, Skowhegan, ME, 2003 – 2004.
  • “By George,” a talk celebrating Professor George Ruff’s Dana Professorship, published in the Bates College Alumni Magazine, pp. 29 — 30, Summer 2007 (with H. Jay Burns).
  • “Notes on Time,” program notes for the play “Five Cups of Coffee” by Gillette Elvgren, November 2007.
  • Interviewed for the article “Physicists in Forensics,” Physics Today pp. 20 – 22 (March 2009).
  • Accident Reconstruction for the office of Harry Starbranch, Esq., Portsmouth NH, 2013 — present.

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