Jeffrey S. Urbach


Please go to my Physics Department page or the Dynamics Imaging Lab homepage for (relatively) up to date information.

Department of Physics
320 Regents Hall



Fall 2010: Classical Mechanics Spring 2009: Vibrations, Fluids, and Waves (Physics 108)
Fall 2008: Methods of Expermimental Physics (Physics 215)

In Fall 2009 and Spring 2010 I was on leave, serving as a AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow at the Department of Energy in the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability.

Research Interests

I am interested generally in novel dynamical phenomena in physical systems. Most of my research involves imaging of one form or another, so I have collected my projects under the heading:

The Dynamics Imaging Laboratory

Also, I'm the co-director of an exciting new program, Science in the Public Interest

You can see a profile of our lab in a recent edition of the Georgetown College Research News



Here are a few other projects that have held my interest... To learn more about current reseach in dynamics, visit my old home, the Center for Nonlinear Dynamics in Austin, Texas.

Click here to see what it's all about (family pictures).
If you want to learn about research opportunities for undergraduates in the physics department, check out the Physics 300 home page.

Directions to Georgetown from Key Bridge and points south or I-495 and points north.

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Jeff Urbach, Professor of Physics,