A portrait of the artist practicing the "Why are you bothering me now?!" look:


Learn new music -- if you can.... (but please don't play it on a trombone during working hours)
"There was a young man from Esser
Whose knowledge grew lesser and lesser
It at last grew so small
That he knew nothing at all
So now he's a physics professor"

What do you do with a drunken sailor?
What do you do with a drunken sailor?
What do you do with a drunken sailor --
Earlie in the morning?

Put him in charge of an Exxon tanker
Put him in charge of an Exxon tanker
Put him in charge of an Exxon tanker --
Earlie in the morning....

various time wasters :
Oh yes: If you want to talk about physics, materials science, biomedical engineering, or computer science research, please feel free to contact me by email or telephone (919 962 9382). Some of our work on nanometer scale manipulations is webbed at the nanoManipulator page. Most of my work is available in journals and listed in my publications list and there's a cv for those who really like dry reading.

Of course the whole point of the game is education (aka teaching people to think for themselves):

Rules and information for physics graduate students are listed here .

The syllabus for APPL 60/160 (Statics) is here .

The notes for MTSC735 are here .

The syllabus for PHYS 100 (How Things Work) is here .

The syllabus for PHYS 116 (Mechanics) is here .

The syllabus for PHYS 117 (E&M) is here .

The syllabus for Phys 351 (Analog and Digital Electronics) is here .

The syllabus for Phys 321 (Quantum Mechanics) is here .

The syllabus for APPL 341 (Thermodynamics) is here .

The syllabus for Phys 573 (Intro to Solid State Physics) is here .

The syllabus for Phys 871 (Graduate Solid State Physics) is here .

The syllabus for Phys 140 (Physics of Solid State Devices) is here .

The syllabus for Phys 301 (Mechanics I) is here, and the syllabus for Phys 201 (Basic Mechanics) is here .