Michael Fogle Jr.
Assistant Professor

Experimental Atomic and Molecular Physics

Office: Allison Labs #111


Address:
Leach Science Center, Rm # 200, 216
Auburn, AL 36849-5319

Phone: 334-844-4280 (work)
           334-246-1808 (home)
Email: fogle@physics.auburn.edu



Ph.D., Stockholm University 2004
Licentiate Degree, Stockholm University 2002
M.S., East Carolina University 2000
B.S., East Carolina University 1997




Assistant Professor, Auburn University 2008-present
Guest Researcher, Physics Divison, Oak Ridge National Laboratory  2008-2012
Postdoctoral Researcher, Physics Divison, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 2004-2008
Graduate Research Assistant, Stockholm University 2000-2004
Graduate Research Assistant, East Carolina University   1998-2000




Faculty Travel Award, College of Sciences of Mathematics, Auburn University 2010
Featured cover illustration for Astronomy and Astrophysics Journal, "Determination of the Ni XVIII plasma recombination reate coefficent" M.Fogle, N. Badnell, N. Eklow, E. Lindroth, T. Mohamed, R. Schuch, Astronomy and Astrophysics 409, 781 (2003) 2003




Member, American Physical Soceity 

Referee:
           Physical Review A
           Physical Review Letters
           Journal of Physics B

Grant Proposal Reviewer:
            Department of Energy- Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Office of Science and Graduate Fellowship
            National Science Foundation- Chemistry Divison, Physics Division

International organizing committee for the International Workshop of Electrostatic Storage Devices - 2011, 2013

Local organizing committe for the 18th International Conference of Atomic Process in Plasmas - 2013

US board representative of the Stored Particle Atomic Physics Collaboration (SPARC) at GSI FAIR - 2013 Textbook reviewer and content author for: McGraw-Hill









  1. Unexpected bond breaking and formation in the dissociative recombination of Li+ • H2, R.D. Thomas, A. Ehlerding,W. Geppert, F. Hellberg, V. Zhaunerchyk, M. Larsson, E. Bahati, M.E. Bannister, M.R. Fogle, C.R. Vane, Physical Review A - Rapid Communications (accepted 2014), Contribution: participated in experiments at the CRYRING storage ring in Stockholm. This work was connected to my collaborative work at ORNL on dihydride systems.
  2. X-ray emission measurments following charge exchange between C6+ and H2, M. Fogle, D. Wulf, K. Morgan, D. McCammon, I.N. Draganic, C.C. Havener Physical Review A 89, 042705 (2014), Contribution: participated in experimental setup, data acquisition and analysis in collaboration with ORNL.
  3. X-ray emission measurements following charge exchange between C6+ and He, X. Defray, K. Morgan, D. McCammon, D. Wulf, V. Andrianarijaona, M. Fogle, D. Seely, I.N. Draganic, C.C. Havener Physical Review A 88, 052702 (2013), Contribution: participated in experimental setup, data acquisition and analysis at ORNL.
  4. *Dissociative electron attachment to carbon dioxide via the 2⇧u shape resonance, A. Moradmand, D.S. Slaughter, D.J. Haxton, A.L. Landers, C.W. McCurdy, T.N. Rescigno, A. Belkacem, M. Fogle, Physical Review A 88, 032703 (2013), Contribution: one of the principal investigators overseeing this project. Worked with experimental and theoretical collaborators at LBNL to acquire and analyze results.
  5. *Dissociative electron attachment to CO2 at the 8.2 eV Feshbach resonance, A. Moradmand, D. Slaughter, A.L. Landers, M. Fogle, Physical Review A 88, 022711 (2013), Contribution: principal investigator overseeing project. Directed students in data acquisition and analysis. This work was done in collaboration with the experiment at LBNL.
  6. *Momentum imaging of dissociative electron attachment to N2O, A. Moradmand, A.L. Landers, M. Fogle, Physical Review A 88, 012713 (2013) Contribution: principal investigator overseeing project. Directed students in data acquisition and analysis.
  7. Electron capture dissociation and collision induced dissociation of 2 MeV O+3 and N+3 ions E. Vigren, V. Zhaunerchyk, W.D. Geppert, F. Osterdahl, M. Larsson, E. Bahati, C.R. Vane, M.E. Bannister, M. R. Fogle, M. Hamberg, M. Danielsson, M. Kaminska, R.D. Thomas, Physical Review A 87, 052707 (2013), Contribution: participated in experiments at the CRYRING storage ring facility in Stockholm. This work is in relation to the new work that we will be focusing on at the new electrostatic storage ring in Stockholm. We re-analyzed previously measured data to extract this new information.
  8. *Momentum-imaging apparatus for the study of dissociative electron attachment dynamics, A. Moradmand, J. Williams, A. Landers, M. Fogle, Review of Scientific Instruments 84, 033104 (2013), Contribution: principal investigator overseeing this project. Directed students in the design, construction and testing of this new apparatus.


Last updated: 10/31/2014