Miriam Simpson is a full-time, tenured Professor of Physics at Cuyamaca College as well as the department chair. She is passionate about teaching and continues to do research on physics education.
She earned her BA in Physics from UC Berkeley and has a PhD ABD from UC San Diego. Research work have included atomic physics, optics, single-molecule biophysics, and medical physics including low energy particle simulations.
In her spare time, she enjoys being outside particularly hiking and paddle boarding, reading, and eating all the delicious food.
Office: Currently not on campus
Zoom ID: 906 434 1145
Teacher, Author, Meditator, Guitar Player, Cocktail Enthusiast.
Owns his own observatory, plays guitar well, impeccable fashion sense.
A Physics instructor with a M.S. in Physics from SDSU and a B.S. from Fort Lewis College. My thesis focused on optimizing noise and signal processing for instrumentation. I'm a fan of all things dorky: willing to discuss atium economics, why Petyr Baelish was the most influential character of his time, and why Bridge 4 is the proper way of life. I'm also an avid Dodgers fan, and am humbly decent at skiing.
Cosmologist, lived in Japan, future children's book author.
Terry Pratchett aficionado.
Jerome Lambert earned his PhD at Université Paris 7 (specialty: condensed matter) and carried on his research at Université de Rennes 1.