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Colin Morningstar

Professor
Ph.D., University of Toronto

Email: colin_morningstar@cmu.edu
Phone: 1-412-268-2728
FAX:
1-412-681-0648




Research

My research interests primarily concern nonperturbative phenomena in quantum field theories, with particular emphasis on the study of hadron formation and confinement in quantum chromodynamics using computer simulations of quarks and gluons.

Selected talks

Teaching

  • Fall 2014 -- 33-338 Intermediate Electromagnetism I
  • Spring 2014 -- 33-339 Intermediate Electromagnetism II
  • Fall 2013 -- 33-338 Intermediate Electromagnetism I
  • Spring 2013 -- 33-339 Intermediate Electromagnetism II
  • Fall 2012 -- 33-338 Intermediate Electromagnetism I
  • Spring 2012 -- 33-339 Intermediate Electromagnetism II
  • Fall 2011 -- 33-338 Intermediate Electromagnetism I
  • Spring 2011 -- 33-771 Quantum Mechanics V (Field Theory)
  • Fall 2010 -- 33-770 Quantum Mechanics IV (Field Theory)
  • Spring 2010 -- 33-771 Quantum Mechanics V (Field Theory)
  • Fall 2009 -- 33-770 Quantum Mechanics IV (Field Theory)
  • Spring 2009 -- 33-107 Physics for Engineering Students II
  • Fall 2008 -- 33-769 Quantum Mechanics III
  • Spring 2008 -- 33-107 Physics for Engineering Students II
  • Fall 2007 -- 33-769 Quantum Mechanics III
  • Spring 2007 -- 33-107 Physics for Engineering Students II
  • Fall 2006 -- 33-107 Physics for Engineering Students II
  • Spring 2006 -- 33-107 Physics for Engineering Students II
  • Fall 2005 -- 33-107 Physics for Engineering Students II
  • Spring 2005 -- 33-332 Physical Mechanics II
  • Fall 2004 -- 33-107 Physics for Engineering Students II
  • Spring 2004 -- 33-332 Physical Mechanics II
  • Fall 2003 -- 33-107 Physics for Engineering Students II
  • Spring 2003 -- 33-332 Physical Mechanics II
  • Fall 2002 -- 33-770 Quantum Mechanics IV
  • Spring 2002 -- 33-332 Physical Mechanics II
  • Fall 2001 -- 33-769 Quantum Mechanics III
  • Spring 2001 -- 33-332 Physical Mechanics II



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