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1 Corey A. Stambaugh stambaugh@phys.ufl.edu Dept. of Physics P.O. Box 118440 Gainesville, FL 32603 (352) 392-8522 EDUCATION Ph. D. in Physics Expected May 2008 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL M. Sc. in Physics December 2005 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL B. Sc. in Physics with Distinction June 2003 The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Minor: Computer and Information Sciences High School Diploma with Honors June 1999 Ellet High School, Akron, OH RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Graduate Research Assistant , University of Florida May 2004-Present Gainesville, Florida Studied fluctuation induced phenomena in a driven, nonlinear micromechanical oscillator in the laboratory of Professor Ho Bun Chan. Measured universal scalings of the activation energy in both a Duffing oscillator and a parametrically driven oscillator. Measured “Most Probable Escape Path” for a parametric oscillator. Student Research Associate , The Ohio State University September 2000-July 2003 Columbus, Ohio Contributed to the upgrade of level one track trigger at CDF. Administrated Linux farm consisting of 30 computers and 7 users. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Graduate Teaching Assistant , University of Florida August 2006-December 2006 Gainesville, Florida Taught discussion classes in Phy 2053 (mechanics). Duties included the teaching of course
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