Walkthrough Slideshow

Walkthrough Slideshow

Walkthrough Slideshow

Ingersoll Physics Museum

Hallway Display Cases

Jennifer Strabley

Dr. Jennifer (Sebby) Strabley received her Ph.D in atomic physics in 2004.  After graduation she was a National Research Council Postdoctoral fellow in Dr. William Phillips (Nobel Prize 1997) group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).  Since 2007 Dr. Strabley has worked in Honeywell Aerospace Advanced Technology in Plymouth, Minnesota, specializing in technology development for advanced aerospace sensors and microsystems.

Rock Mackie

Dr. Rock Mackie, a professor emeritus of medical physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Dr. Mackie's career has been focused on planning and delivery of radiation therapy to cancer patients. His group developed the 3-D treatment planning system that became the Philips Pinnacle treatment planning system, the most widely used radiation therapy treatment planning system in the world. His group was also the developer of tomotherapy, which is the marriage of a linac and a CT scanner.

Senthil Sundaram

Dr. Sundaram recevied his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, with Prof. Bob Joynt.  He is currently head of market risk at Two Sigma.

Olivia Castellini

Dr. Castellini earned her Ph.D. in physics from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, with Prof. Mark Eriksson.  She is a senior exhibit developer at the Museume of Science and Industry in Chicago, where she has translated fundamental science and cutting-edge research into compelling museum experiences on a variety of topics.


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