Forrest Bradbury teaches physics and mathematics at Amsterdam University College, and is excited to pursue his research interests as a guest in the Nanoscale Solar Cells Group. After a double bachelor’s in physics and mechanical engineering from Ohio University, Forrest completed a PhD in electrical engineering from Princeton University. His experimental research in the group of Professor Stephen Lyon at Princeton included the first measurement of the Stark effect on the spin resonance of donor bound electrons in silicon and the exploitation of silicon integrated circuits to control the motion of electrons floating above channels of superfluid helium at the limit of quantized occupancy. Besides science, Forrest enjoys cooking, cycling, and good beer.
E-mail: Forrest Bradbury