from left to right:
Craig Looney (received Ph.D. degree in May 1997 from Washington
University; since 9/98 Assistant Professor at Merrimack
College in North Andover, Massachussets; in May 2003 Craig was promoted
to Associate Professor with tenure. Here's a photo
of Craig and Gwen Miner on their wedding day (July 18, 1998). This lovely
was taken of Craig and Gwen at the end of October 1999 on Halloween.
We are delighted that in Summer/Spring 1999, 2000, and 2001 Craig returned
to St. Louis to carry out a series of high-pressure studies on high-Tc
superconductors and molecular magnets using both the diamond-anvil and
He-gas pressure systems. He also spent much time bringing new students
up to speed in the lab.
Andy Cornelius (received Ph.D. degree in January 1996 from
Washington University. Here's a photo
Andy on the day of his thesis defense. He then spent three years at the
Los Alamos National Labs, New Mexico; in August 1999 Andy joined the faculty
at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, as Assistant Professor of Physics).
Here's a photo
October 1999 of Andy in his new and yet empty lab. On Jan. 26, 2000
Alexandra joined Lisa and Andy to make a threesome!
On April 9, 2001 Andy returned to St. Louis and held an excellent seminar
on the topic: What Happens When Magnetic Order is Suppressed?
Two Very Different Cases: Spin-Ices and Heavy Fermion Superconductivity.
Anne-Katrin Klehe (received Ph.D. Degree in May 1995 Photo!
Washington University; currently at the Clarendon Labs, University of Oxford,
England). In March 1999 Anne-Katrin was awarded a prestigious EPSRC Advanced
Research Fellowship - congratulations! Pictures of daughter Kaethe-Marie
September 20, 1997.
Anup Gangopadhyay (Postdoctoral Associate at Washington University)