Michael S. Pindzola
Professor
Theoretical Atomic Physics

Office: Allison Lab #103

Address:
206 Allison Laboratory
Auburn, AL 36849-5319

Phone: (334) 844-4127
E-Mail: pindzola@physics.aubun.edu

Education

Ph.D, University of Viirgina 1975
B.A., (Summa cum Laude), The University of the South 1970


Professional Employment

Professor, Department of Physics, Auburn University 1977-present
Post-doctoral fellowship, National Research Council, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 1975-1977


Professional Activities

Member:
EU Atomic Data Analysis Structure Consortium
US Southeastern Laboratory Astrophysics Consortium
Los Alamos National Laboratory
UK Collaborative Computational Project
EU Stored Particle Atomic Research Collaboration


Research and Teaching Interests

I continued my research activities in the field of atomic and molecular collision theory. A number of papers were published in the Physical Review and the Journal of Physics (London), while a number of abstracts were submitted to national and international meetings. At the current time I am involved with six nationally and internationally funded research projects: • DOE/Fusion Energy Sciences/Grant 1 (Jan 2011 - Dec 2013) • DOE/Fusion Energy Sciences/Grant 2 (Sept 2011 - Aug 2013) • NSF/Atomic Theory/Grant (Sept 2010 - Aug 2013) • NSF/CCF Program/Grant (Apr 2011 - Mar 2014)



Selected Publications

  1. ”Time-Dependent Close-Coupling Calculations using a Core-OrthogonalizationMethod for the Electron- Impact Ionization of Atoms and Molecules”,M. S. Pindzola, J. A. Ludlow, F. Robicheaux, and J. Colgan, International Review of Atomic and Molecular Physics 2 , 67 (2011).
  2. ”Review of Current Light Species Electron-Impact Excitation Data in the CFADC Database”, D. Wu, S. D. Loch, C. P. Ballance, and M. S. Pindzola, International Review of Atomic and Molecular Physics 2 , 99 (2011).
  3. ”Application of the Time-Dependent Close-Coupling Approach to Few Body Atomic and Molecular Collisions”, J. P. Colgan and M. S. Pindzola, European Journal of Physics 66 , 284 (2012).
  4. ”Single and Double Charge Transfer in Flatland”, M. S. Pindzola and T. G. Lee, International Review of Atomic and Molecular Physics 3 , xx (2012).
  5. ”Generalized Collisional-Radiative Calculations for Li in Moderately Dense Plasmas”, S. D. Loch and M. S. Pindzola, International Review of Atomic and Molecular Physics 4 , xx (2013).


Last updated: 02/24/2015