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Bio

Stephen Fahy
University College Cork Ireland

Physics Department

Education:

1987 Ph.D. in Physics, University of California, Berkeley
1981 M.Sc. in Mathematics, University College Cork, Ireland
1979 B.Sc. in Mathematics & Statistics, University College Cork

Professional Employment

1993- Lecturer (1993-1997) Associate Professor (1988-)

1990-93 Asssitant Professor of Physics & Applied Physics University of Michigan, Department of Physics and Applied Physics

1988-90 Member of Technical Staff, AT7T Bell Laboratories

1987-88 Postdoctoral Researcher, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Physics

Research Interests

Electronic structure theory and dynamical properties of condensed systems

-Quantum Monte Carlo methods and applications
-Diamond and relatd materials
-Randomly-driven and coupled non-linear dyamical systems
-Dynamical response of solid to impulsive excitation
-Electron transmission in semiconductor heterostructures