Areas of my recent research activity are:
a) Shape Invariance and Search for Solvable Models,
b) Shape Invariance, Solvability and Connection to Algebra,
c) Physics Education, and
d) Historical Research on Black-Body Radiation
"Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics: An Introduction"
provides a self-contained exposition, which begins with a review of the relevant introductory quantum mechanics, then segues into SUSYQM. We concentrate on the essentials.
I joined Loyola University Chicago in 1989. In 2003, I was appointed the chair of the physics department — which is now one of the largest B.S. granting physics departments in the nation. In 2013, I was appointed an Associate Dean for Planning and Resources for the College of Arts and Sciences. For a detailed description, click the tab labeled Curriculum Vitae.