Sandra Quintanilla, Ph.D | Department of Physics

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Sandra Quintanilla, Ph.D

Professor
(940) 565-4739
Office: 
PHYS 309
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Ph.D (Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London (United Kingdom), 1986)
Atomic, Molecular, & Optical Physics. Theoretical atomic physics, in particular three-body (Coulomb) problems; low- and high-energy positron collisions; electron collisions; photodetachment of negative ions; variational principles; modified effective range theories; formulation of atomic theory.

Dr. Sandra Quintanilla is an atomic theorist who studies various aspects of the three body Coulomb problem. In particular she studies positron collision, (E-2e) collisions, and Photon interactions. Positron collisions have important applications in many areas of physics such as solid state and astrophysics.

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