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Jeremy Scott

Professor Jeremy Scott

Associate Teaching Professor


Dr. Jeremy Scott received his Ph.D. in Applied Physics in 2012 from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. His research interest include nuclear and particle scattering.

  • PHD - Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (2012)
  • MS - Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (2003)

General Physics I and II, General Physics w/Calculus I and II, Modern Physics I and II, Mathematical Methods, Optics, Advanced Physics Lab

  • Analyses of Pion-Calcium 40 Elastic Scattering Data in the Delta Resonance Region Using Inverse Scattering Theory and the Klein-Gordon Equation, Proceedings of the Fifth Saudi Physical Society Conference (SPS5), 2011
  • Study of Alpha Particle Scattering by Nuclei using the Klein-Gordon Equation, Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2009
  • Studies of the relativistic effects in elastic scattering of 1.37 GeV \alpha-particles by ^12C and ^40Ca, Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2004
  • Relativistic Effects of α-40Ca and α-48Ca Scattering, Bulletin of the American Physical Society and Japanese Physical Society, 2005
  • Elastic Scattering at Relativistic Energies of Alpha Particles and Pions by Nuclei Using an Optical Potential, 2012
  • American Physical Society
  • Phi Kappa Phi
  • Phi Theta Kappa
  • English (Native or Bilingual)

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Areas of Expertise

Relativity, Particle, Nuclear, Scattering, High Energy