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Volker Quetschke  

Volker Quetschke
Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Universitat Hannover, Germany, 2003

Curriculum Vitae

Office: Cavalry 105G
Phone: (956) 882-6723
   
Email:
     
Teaching   PHYS 2326 University Physics II

Research  

My primary interests involve experimental astrophysics, especially the use of light to measure gravitational waves. This splits into two research areas that are related and share the same core technology to measure the effects - heterodyne detection of light phases. The areas are mainly defined by either being related to LIGO or LISA.

Students working in my research: Gregorio Tellez (undergraduate), Guillermo Valdes and Steven Shoen (graduate)

Research Projects for future Graduate/Undergraduate Students

For a detailled overview about the activities visit the Research Information pages about Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics and Astronomy and Astrophysics of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at UTB.


 

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