Dr. Michael Robertson
Huggins Science Hall, Room 203
PHYS 3523-Modern Optics
PHYS 3113-Advanced Classical Mechanics
PHYS 4433-Quantum Mechanics II
PHYS 3613-Experimental Physics
PHYS 2213-Data Acquisition, Measurement and Control
Education:B.Sc., University of Waterloo (1988)
Ph.D., University of Waterloo (1996)
Post-Doctoral Experience:Cornell University (1996-1997)
Industrial Experience:Noranda Forest Recycled Papers (1988-1991)
E.B. Eddy Forest Products
JDS Uniphase Corp.
My primary research interest is in the use of scanning and transmission electron microscopy for the characterization and inter-relation of the physical, electronic and optical properties of semiconductor nanostructures. In addition, I am actively involved in multidisciplinary collaborations with several other researchers at Acadia University. These research projects are usually motiviated by students wishing to study at the interface between two science displiciplines, say, geology and physics. This gives students the benefits of learning techniques from two fields with the added bonus of being jolly good fun! Please click here to go to my research page.