JOSEPH D. ROMANO

Professor

Department of Physics and Astronomy

University of Texas at Brownsville

80 Fort Brown

Brownsville, TX 78520

Teaching Experience:

Undergraduate-level: Introduction to Astronomy, Elementary Physics and Acoustics I and II, General Physics (lecture and lab), University Physics (lecture and lab), Mathematical Methods, Theoretical Physics,Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetic Theory, and Quantum Mechanics. Graduate-level: Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Electrodynamics, General Relativity, Mathematical Methods, and a gra

duatelevel

reading course on the statistical theory of signal detection. General Relativity to 4th year students at Cardiff University and 3rd year project supervision on black holes.

Matthew John Benacquista

Dept. of Physics

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

One W. University Drive

Brownsville, TX 78521

TEACHING:

2011 – present: Prof. of Physics, University of Texas at Brownsville

2006 – 2011: Assoc. Prof. of Physics, University of Texas at Brownsville

2000 – 2006: Prof. of Physics, Montana State University – Billings

1995 - 2000: Assoc. Prof. of Physics, Montana State

University - Billings

1990 - 1995: A

sst. Prof. of Math & Phys., Eastern Montana College

1988 - 1990: Asst. Prof. Phys., Eastern Montana College

BOOKS:

“An Introduction to the Evolution of Single and Binary Stars”, M. Benacquista, Springer, New York.

(2012).