William Losonsky

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Dr. Losonsky did undergraduate work in Physics and Mathematics at Manhattan College. Graduate work in Physics resulted in an M.S. and Ph.D. in Physics from New York University.  He then spent several years as a Research Scientist at NYU. His area of research   has been experimental atomic physics involving heavy-ion collisions performed on accelerators at NYU, Carnegie Institution of Washington, and Brookhaven National Laboratory. Results of this research have been published in the Journal of the Optical Society of America and   Physical Review.  He has many years experience teaching at SUNY Maritime; presently he focuses on   Physics and Materials Science. Currently he is the Physics Curriculum Supervisor.

    Education
    • B.S. -- Manhattan College

    • M.S. -- New York University

    • Ph.D -- New York University