Danielle Morel

Assistant Professor of Physics and Department Co-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 201, 202

Introductory Astronomy

Conceptual Physics

Analytical Mechanics

Astrophysics

Mathematical Methods in Physics

Research

Research interests:

  • Strong interactions physics - investigations of the forces binding the nucleon inside the nucleus.
  • Computational neuroscience - modeling information processing and communication in individual neurons.
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Location:

Miller Hall