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WinWeave Bugs, Improvements, etc.


Bugs

Known color printing bug:

If you have a Canon Bubble Jet color printer, you may have trouble printing.  I think the problem is due to the printer driver.
 

Improvements in Version 1.1

 

Brad Keister

keister@cmu.edu

Position: Professor of Physics

My research is in the area of medium energy physics, and is supported in part by the US National Science Foundation, through a grant to our medium energy theory group.

Recent preprints:

  1. Baryon Form Factors within the Constituent Quark Model, talk from the Conference on Perspectives in Nuclear Physics at Intermediate Energies, May 1995 (International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy).
  2. Multidimensional Quadrature Algorithms at Higher Degree and/or Dimension, with B.D. Keister, to be published in Journal of Computational Physics.
  3. Constituent Quark Models of Baryon Structure and Strong Decays, A Comparison with Experimental Results, and Outstanding Issues in Baryon Physics, and `Baryon Physics at CEBAF', a series of three lectures on baryon physics from the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Hadron Spectroscopy and the Confinement Problem, July 1995 (QMWC, London and University of Swansea).

Here is a list of my publications, with several links to postscript versions, and here is my CV.

 

Teaching:

I am currently teaching the Physics course Intermediate Mechanics (PHY 3221) in the fall semester, and will likely teach the course Advanced Mechanics (PHY 4222) in the spring semester. We meet on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:05 to 9:55am.

 

Service:

I recently coorganized a meeting which was held in March of 1995 at Florida State, on the topic of partial-wave analysis for the results of the excited baryon experimental program at CEBAF. I am currently working on organizing the next meeting in this series, an international workshop which is to be held at CEBAF this November. I am part of the Physics Department Graduate Affairs committee which is an important interface between physics graduate students and the Department of Physics and the University. I also am part of a committee which runs Saturday Morning Physics, a series of exciting physics lectures and demonstrations for local high school students.

 

Department of Physics
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
(412) 268-2772 (Physics)
(412) 268-0098 (Fax)
e-mail: keister@cmu.edu