Nolan S. Samboy
Associate Professor of Physics
Ph.D. Physics, University of Connecticut
M.S. Physics, University of Connecticut
B.S. Physics, Siena College
My background is in ultracold atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics, specifically studying the long-range interactions between Rydberg atoms.
Physics 101 Elements of Physics
Conceptual, inquiry-based physics course intended for non-science majors. One semester.
Physics 123 Physics of Life Sciences I
Introductory mechanics course intented for students in the life sciences. First course in the two-semester sequence.
Physics 133 Mechanics
Introductory mechanics course intended for freshmen engineering students. First course in the two-semester sequence.
Physics 134 Electricity and Magnetism
Introductory electricity and magnetism course intended for freshmen engineering student. Second course in the two-semester sequence.
Physics 301 Optics