Department of Mathematics and Physical Sciences
Calculus-based physics courses and various upper-division physics courses.
Dr. Dieterle has been a co-principle investigator on a number of projects in nanoscience and nanotechnology at Cal U. He has obtained grants for utilizing new equipment for investigations of materials at the molecular scale. He also has developed new instructional techniques at the upper-division level for various mathematical physics concepts, presenting papers at local and national conferences and sharing those techniques with other institutions.
- B.S.: Physics, Arizona State University
- Ph.D.: Physics, University of California, Berkley
Office: New Science Hall Room 235B