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Daniel Marble

Professor, Department of Chemistry, Geoscience, and Physics 

I. Educational Experience 

1981 Associate Degree from College of the Mainland 
1984 B.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Houston 
1985 M.S. in Physics from North Texas State University 
1991 Ph.D. in Accelerator based Atomic Physics from University of North Texas 

II. Work Experience 

A. Full Time Positions 

2013 - Present  Professor of Physics at Tarleton State University
2009 - 2013     Head of department of Engineering and Physics at Tarleton State University
2007 - 2009     Associate Department Head of Math and Physics at Tarleton State University
2005 - 2007     Associate Professor of Physics at Tarleton State University
1998 - 2005     Assistant Professor of Physics at Tarleton State University 
1994 - 1998     Assistant Professor of Physics at the United States Military Academy at West Point 
1994 - 1998     Visiting Scientist at Materials and Physical Science Directorates of the Army Research Laboratory (summers) 
1991 - 1994     Post-Doc and Adjunct Professor of Physics at the University of North Texas 

B. Part Time Positions 

1996 - 1998     Adjunct Math Instructor at the State University of New York at New Paltz 
1993 - 1994     Adjunct Physics Instructor at Tarrant County Junior College (Northeast campus) 
1981 - 1984     Instructor Assistant and/or Adjunct Instructor of Physics or Math at College of the Mainland 

III. Research Interest 

Over seventy talks and forty publications in peer reviewed journals including Nuclear Instruments and Methods and Physical Review on ion-atom collisions, ion beam characterization of materials, accelerator technology, and science education using accelerators.

Office Hours: 
MWF: 11:00-12  
TTh: 9:00-10:00