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Scott Moerschbacher

Visiting Assistant Professor, Physics and Astronomy

Julia Rogers 105
scott.moerschbacher@goucher.edu


Education

BA, Lycoming College, 2002
MPhil, The George Washington University, 2007
PhD, The George Washington University, 2009;


Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

High-Energy Nuclear Theory; Lattice Gauge Computations;


Recent Publications/Presentations/Performances

Incorporating Nuclear Waste with Cathode Ray Tube Glass for Safe Long Term Storage, Thomas Rein, Alexis G. Clare, and Scott Moerschbacher, University Conference on Glass Science (2011).

A Study of Boundary Conditions in Background Field Simulations in Lattice QCD American Physical Society April Meeting (2010).

Magnetic Moments of Vector, Axial, and Tensor Mesons in Lattice QCD, F. X. Lee, Scott Moerschbacher, Walter Wilcox, Phys. Rev. D. 78, 094502 (2008).

Magnetic Moments of Vector Mesons in the Background Field Method, F. X. Lee, Scott Moerschbacher, Walter Wilcox, [hep-lat/0710.239].


Biography

Scott participates in competitive tennis and is the Director of Summer Tennis Camps at Georgetown Visitation School in Washington DC.


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