Dr. Weiler received a BS in Atmospheric Science from the University at Albany in 2003 and a BS in Physics from the University at Albany in 2006. He then attended graduate school at Binghamton University, receiving his Ph.D. degree in Physics in 2014. His doctoral thesis is based on theoretical work in the area of strongly correlated systems of cold atomic gases, and is titled “Physical Properties of the Normal Phase, Ultracold Fermi Gas at Unitarity: Thermodynamics, Universality, and Beyond”.
Physics 121 – General Physics, Algebra Based: Lecturer (Fall 2016)
Physics 227 – Physics Sophomore Laboratory: Assistant Instructor (Fall 2016)
E.M. Weiler and T.N. De Silva. Thermodynamic Properties of Universal Fermi Gases. Phys. Rev. A 87, 013602 (2013).