Past and Present PhD Students

Name

Subject of Thesis

University

Year PhD Received

Earl H. Hygh

Theory of Nuclear Quadrupole Interaction in Semi-Metals-Antimony

University of California, Riverside

1964

George D. Gaspari

Theory of Band- Structure and Hyperfine Interactions in Indium

University of California, Riverside

1964

A. Norman Jette

Theory of Self-Trapped Hole in Ionic Crystals

University of California, Riverside

1964

Dennis L. Ikenberry

Investigation of Chemical Shifts in Ionic Crystals

University of California, Riverside

1965

Wei-Mei Shyu

Origin of Knight-Shifts in Magnetic Resonance in Light Metals-Beryllium and Aluminum

University of California, Riverside

1965

R.R. Sharma

Zero-Field Splitting of Half-Filled Shell S-State Transition Metal Ions

University of California, Riverside

1965

Edward S. Chang

Many-Body Perturbation Theory of Correlation Energy, Hyperfine Interaction and Polarizability of Lithium Atom

University of California, Riverside

1967

Supriya Ray

Theory of Hyperfine Pressure Shift of Hydrogen and Nitrogen Atoms in Helium

University of California, Riverside

1968

Subhendra Dev Mahanti

Mechanisms Contributing to Knight Shifts, Relaxation Times and Indirect Spin-Spin Interactions in Alkali Metals

University of California, Riverside

1968

Lambros Tterlikkis

Relativistic Theory of Hyperfine Interaction in Metals

University of California, Riverside

1968

Robert J. Quigley

Self-Trapping of Off- Center Impurities in Ionic Crystals

University of California, Riverside

1968

Kenneth J. Duff

First-Principles Theory for Origin of Ferromagnetism and Hyperfine Interactions in Iron

University of California, Riverside

1969

Col. Pil Soon Han

Electronic Structure and Magnetic and Hyperfine Properties of Iron Porphyrin Chloride-Hemin

University of California, Riverside

1969

Nader C. Dutta

Many-Body Theory of Hyperfine Interactions in Nitrogen and Phosphorous

University of California, Riverside

1969

Chizuko Matsubara Dutta

Many-Body Time- Dependent Perturbation Theory of Interacting Atoms

University of California, Riverside

1970

Bijan K. Rao

Theory of Hyperfine Pressure Shift of H-Rare Gas Systems Their Temperature Dependence

University of California, Riverside

1971

Purusottam Jena

Theory of Magnetic Hyperfine and Nuclear Quadrupole Interactions in Solid and Liquid Group II Metals

University of California, Riverside

1971

Taesul Lee

One-Center Many-Body Perturbation Theory of Binding Energy and Hyperfine Interactions in Molecular Systems

University of California, Riverside

1971

James E. Rodgers

Many-Body Perturbation Theory of Hyperfine Properties of Diatomic Molecules

University of California, Riverside

1972

Chander M. Singal

Origin of Ferromagnetism and Hyperfine Field in Ferromagnetic Cobalt

State University of New York at Albany

1974

Surendra N. Ray

Relativistic Many- Body Perturbation Theory of Magnetic and Hyperfine Properties of Transition Metal and Rare Earth Atoms

State University of New York at Albany

1975

Nimain C. Mahapatra

First-Principle Theory Band-Structure and Magnetic and Hyperfine Properties of Ferromagnetic Nickel

State University of New York at Albany

1975

Ayodele J. Coker

Theory of Electronic Structure and Nuclear Quadrupole Interaction in Crystalline and Amorphous Tellurium

State University of New York at Albany

1978

Michael Thompson

Theory of Band-Structure and Nuclear Quadrupole Interactions in Pure Cadmium, Indium and Alloy Systems

State University of New York at Albany

1978

Seong Ki Mun

Electronic Structure and Magnetic and Hyperfine Properties of Methemoglobin and Nitrosylhemoglobin

State University of New York at Albany

1979

Avinash C. Beri

Theory of Nuclear Quadrupole Interaction and Optical Properties of Transition Metal Compounds

State University of New York at Albany

1979

Mina Vajed- Samii

Hyperfine Interactions of Alkali Metal Atoms

State University of New York at Albany

1979

K. Raghunathan

Nuclear Quadrupole Interaction and Zero-Field Splitting of Half-Filled Shell Rare-Earth Ions

State University of New York at Albany

1980

Shantilata Mishra

Electronic Structure and Hyperfine Properties of Mn and Co Hemoglobin

State University of New York at Albany

1980

Pratap C. Pattnaik

Electronic Structures and Hyperfine Interactions in Alkali Metals and Their Pressure Dependence

State University of New York at Albany

1980

Bhanu P. Das

Relativistic Many- Body Perturbation Theory of Forbidden Transitions Due to the Presence of Parity- Violating Neutral Weak Interaction

State University of New York at Albany

1981

Santosh K. Mishra

Electronic Sturcture and Hyperfine Properties of Deoxy- and Oxy Hemoglobin

State University of New York at Albany

1986

Narayan Sahoo

Electronic Structures and Hyperfine Interactions of Muonium Centers in Semiconductors

State University of New York at Albany

1986

Pantelis Kelires

Hyperfine Interactions in Ionic Crystals

State University of New York at Albany

1987

Jitendra N. Roy

Electronic Structure and Hyperfine and Magnetic Interactions in Biomolecules-Hemoglobin Derivatives and Cytrochromes

State University of New York at Albany

1987

Shashadhar M. Mohapatra

Electronic Structures and Properties of Adsorbed Atoms at Semiconductor Surfaces and Muonium in Compounds

State University of New York at Albany

1988

Surya N. Panigrahy

Relativistic Many-Body Theory of Hyperfine Interactions and Isotope Shifts in Noble Metal Atoms

State University of New York at Albany

1991

Randy W. Dougherty

Hyperfine Interactions in Atomic and Ionic systems with Single Valence Electrons

State University of New York at Albany

1992

Shukri Bin Sulaiman

First Principles Investigation of Electronic Structures and Hyperfine Properties of Semiconductors and HighTc Superconductors

State University of New York at Albany

1992

Dale W. Mitchell

I. Effects of Perturbation on Ion Motion in Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry, II. First Principle Investigation of Hyperfine Properties in Zinc Chalcogenides and Spinels

State University of New York at Albany

1994

K. Ramani Lata

First-Principles Unrestricted Hartree- Fock Calculations for the Electronic Structures and Hyperfine Properties of Different Biological and Aquoion Systems

State University of New York at Albany

1994

Stacie Swingle Nunes

First-principles investigation of electronic structure and associated hyperfine properties of fluorine nuclei in molecular, elemental semiconductor and graphite systems

State University of New York at Albany

1995

Xing Yuan

Relativistic many-body perturbation theory investigation of properties of atomic systems with single valence electron

State University of New York at Albany

1995

Tina Briere

Theoretical Hartree-Fock investigation of the structure and associated hyperfine properties of hydrogenic impurities in fullerenes and alkali halides

State University of New York at Albany

1995

Sudha Srinivas

Theoretical investigation of the electronic structures and hyperfine properties of ionic solids including high Tc systems

State University of New York at Albany

1995

Alfred Owusu

Investigation of hyperfine properties of alkali-like atoms and ions with first-principle incorporation of relativistic and many-body effects

State University of New York at Albany

1995

Ranjit Pati

Theory of electronic structures and nuclear quadrupole interactions in molecular solids and semiconductor surfaces

State University of New York at Albany

1998

Gowri Gopalakrishnan

Theoretical investigation of hyperfine fields in fluoromethanes and transition metal oxides

State University of New York at Albany

1998

Minakhi Pujari

First-principles investigation of electronic structure and hyperfine properties of heme and nitrosyl-hemoglobin systems

State University of New York at Albany

1999

Junho Jeong

First-principles study of electronic structures and associated properties of organic ferromagnets and muonated gallium nitride (Tentative Title)

State University of New York at Albany

2004

Ralph H. Scheicher

The Role of Impurities in Molecular Solids and Biological Materials. First-principles Study of: I. Helium in Solid Hydrogen as an Obstacle for Efficiency of Muon Catalyzed Fusion, and II. Muon and Muonium in Proteins and DNA as Probes for Electron Transport

State University of New York at Albany

2004

Roger H. Pink

Thesis in Condensed Matter Physics (title to be decided), jointly with Professor Mengbing Huang

State University of New York at Albany

Expected 2009

Shyam Raj Badu

Thesis in Nano-Biological Systems (title to be decided), jointly with Professor Mengbing Huang

State University of New York at Albany

Expected 2009

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