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Dr. Gary A. Glass
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Dr. Gary A. Glass
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toggle toggle Professional Preparation
 Ph.D.PhysicsUniversity of Tennessee1984
 M.S.PhysicsUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayette1978
 B.S.PhysicsUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayette1976
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SemesterSubjectCourse NumberSectionCourse NameCalculated Semester Credit HoursSyllabus 
Spring 2014PHYS1410001General Physics I Download Syllabus
Spring 2014PHYS1410204General Physics I  
Fall 2013PHYS1420001General Physics II Download Syllabus
Fall 2013PHYS1420201General Physics II  
Spring 2013PHYS1420004General Physics II Download Syllabus
Spring 2013PHYS1420204General Physics II  
Fall 2012PHYS1420001General Physics II Download Syllabus
Fall 2012PHYS1420201General Physics II  
Spring 2012PHYS1410204General Physics I  
Spring 2012PHYS1410004General Physics I3Download Syllabus
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)RankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2011-PresentProfessorUniversity of North TexasPhysicsUniversity of North Texas
1985-2011ProfessorPhysics/Louisiana Accelerator CenterPhysicsUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayette
1985-2010Captain (ret)Engineering DutyNaval Sea Systems CommandU.S. Navy
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Sign-bit Amplitude Recovery in Gaussian Noise

Houston, L.M., Glass, G.A., and Dymnikov, A.D.
Journal of Seismic Exploration
Journal Articles
Direct Etching of SiO2 and Al2O3 by 900 KeV Gold Ions
Gary A. Glass, Johnny F. Dias, Alexander D. Dymnikov, Louis M. Houston, and Bibhudutta Rout
Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS and MOEMS
Journal Articles
Magnetic Quadrupole Doublet Focusing System for High Energy Ions
Gary A. Glass, Alexander D. Dymnikov, Bibhudutta Rout, Johnny Ferraz Dias, Louis M. Houston, and Jared LeBlanc
AIP, Review of Scientific Instruments
Journal Articles

An Introduction to the Matrix Classical Theory of Field. New Formalism, Equations and Solutions

Alexander d. Dymnikov and Gary A. Glass
St Petersburg
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)OrganizationPositionClassification
PresentRadiation EffectsRadiation Effects Defects in SolidsAssociate Editor 
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Year of AwardTitle of PatentDescription
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 Performance Period (YYYY - YYYY or Present)TitleSponsorFundingRoleStatus
2009-2013NSF Major Research Instrumentation -“MRI: Development of Electrostatic QuadrupoleNational Science Foundation$ 610,289Principal InvestigatorActive
2008-2010NSF Major Research Instrumentation -“MRI: Acquisition of Advanced Scanning ProtonNational Science Foundation$ 181,600Principal InvestigatorCompleted
2007-2009Novel Delivery Modes for Small Molecule Inhibitors of MedulloblastomaChildren's Brain Tumor Foundation$ 150,000Co-PICompleted
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)OrganizationPositionClassification
1990-PresentMaterials Research SocietyMember 
1981-PresentAmerican Physical SocietyMember 
toggle toggle Honors and Recognitions
YearTitleHonoring Organization
2008-11Dr. and Mrs. Sammie W. Cosper/BORSF Endowed Professor of PhysicsUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayette
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Gary A. Glass

Dr. Gary A. Glass is a Professor of Physics at the University of North Texas (UNT) working in the Ion Beam Modification and Analysis Laboratory (IBMAL).  For more than three decades his research has encompassed a wide range of topics utilizing several types of electrostatic accelerators but he has concentrated on high energy focused ion beam (HEFIB) techniques for bio-systems microanalysis, microfabrication and development of HEFIB systems. He is a patent co-inventor of a HEFIB nanoprobe system. 

Dr. Glass completed a B.S. and M.S. in Physics from the University of Southwestern Louisiana and his Ph.D. degree in physics from The University of Tennessee in 1984, performing research in ion-atom collisions using the EN Tandem at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.  After completing his Ph.D., he worked as a Research Physicist at the Naval Surface Weapons Center - White Oak and before coming to UNT he was the Dr. and Mrs. Sammie W. Cosper/BORSF Endowed Professor of Physics at The University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he was also the Director of the Louisiana Accelerator Center and served as the UL Lafayette Radiation Safety Officer.  He has obtained research funding of more than $8.4 million since 1990 from several agencies including the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the U.S. Department of Energy. 

He is author or co-author of more than 100 peer reviewed publications and is an Associate Editor for Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids Incorporating Plasma Science and Plasma Technology.

Dr. Glass served four years in the U.S. Navy as a Radioman with duty stations at SACLANT Headquarters in Norfolk, VA and on the USS GRAND CANYON (AR-28), homeported in Mayport, FL.  He later obtained a direct commission in the U.S. Navy Reserve as an Engineering Duty Officer and served for 26 years at several commands including Supervisors of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, in New Orleans, LA and Pascagoula, MS, , Space and Warfare Systems Command, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activities in San Diego, CA and Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Norfolk, VA.  He has participated in development, construction and repair projects on a variety of ship classes including small boats, landing craft, patrol craft, minehunters, frigates, cruisers and battleships.  He has served as commanding officer of five Naval Reserve units and upon his retirement in 2010 at the rank of Captain he was Naval Sea System Command Midwest Regional Commander, covering seven states and 15 Naval Reserve units.

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