Danielle Morel

Assistant Professor of Physics and Department Chair Physics

 

Education

Ph.D. Physics (2002), Florida State University

Field: Theoretical Computational Hadronic Physics

Thesis Title: Effects of baryon-meson intermediate states on baryon masses

M.S. Physics, Florida State University

B.A. Economics, University of North Florida

Teaching

General Physics I and II

Introductory Astronomy

Conceptual Physics

Analytical Mechanics

Astrophysics

Mathematical Methods in Physics

Research

Research interests:

  • Strong interactions physics - investigations of the forces binding the nucleons inside the nucleus of atoms
  • Computational neuroscience - modeling information processing and communication in individual neurons via computer models
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    Portrait of Dr. Morel

Location:

Miller Hall