Force and Motion: Guests
Dr. Kathryn Devine
Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Idaho
I am originally from Rochester, Minnesota. As an undergraduate, I studied physics at Carleton College, a small liberal arts college in Minnesota. I went on to receive my Ph.D. in Astronomy from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin. As part of my graduate studies, I spent two years working at the National Radio Astronomy's Very Large Array telescope in Socorro, New Mexico. For my graduate research I examined star-forming environments in infrared dark clouds (very dense concentrations of dust and gas in the Milky Way).
After I completed my graduate studies, I moved to Boise, Idaho to join the physics faculty at the College of Idaho. For fun, I enjoy many of the outdoor activities that Idaho has in abundance, including hiking, skiing, and climbing.
Dr. Kathryn Devine was also a guest scientist for this topic in 2011.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Boise State University
John is a professor of mechanical & biomedical engineering at Boise State where his research and teaching focuses on the integration and control of energy systems. John leads the Energy Efficiency Research Institute at Idaho's Center for Advanced Energy Studies and is director of the regional Industrial Assessment Center. His career has spanned nearly 3 decades and has been at Boise State since 2000. He has published 2 textbooks and over 60 peer reviewed research papers and 3 patents.
Past guests for this topic include: Steve Shropshire, Dr. James Dull.
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