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Teacher and Professional Education Faculty Required Vita Format
Name: Dr. Mark S. Boley
Department: Physics
Rank: Professor and Chair, Graduate Faculty
Education: Ph.D. in Condensed Matter Physics, University of Missouri-Columbia, Aug. 1993

M.S. in Physics, Western Illinois University, May 1989

B.S. in Physics, Western Illinois University, May 1987

Carthage (IL) Christian High School Diploma in May 1984


Employment/Experience

Current Employment at Western Illinois University (tenure-track since August 1994, tenured in June 2000, department chair since January 2009, graduate coordinator from 1994-2010)

Current Work Address: Dep't of Physics, WIU, One University Circle, Macomb, IL, 61455

Work Phone: (309) 298-1596 with extensions of 2025 (chair's office CH212B) or 1462 (faculty office CH422A) or 1551 (research laboratory CH416)



Previous Employment:

Research Associate Argonne National Laboratory (Jan. - Aug. 1989)

Research Associate UMC High Pressure and Spectroscopy Laboratory (1990-93)

Wyaconda (MO) High School Senior Math/Physics Teacher (1993-1994)

(was certified for high school teaching in science/math by state of Missouri)

Instructor of Physics WIU (Aug. 1989 - May 1990, Dec. 1993 - May 1994)

Assistant Professor of Physics WIU (May 1994 - May 1997)

Associate Professor of Physics WIU (May 1997 - May 2002)

[UMC = University of Missouri-Columbia WIU = Western Illinois University]
Courses Taught at the WIU Physics Department

Phys 601 Masters' Thesis have supervised thru 24 different semesters

Phys 600 Seminar have supervised during 4 different semesters

Phys 578 Graduate Internship have supervised 9 graduate student internships

Phys 577 Special Problems have supervised graduate student research projects every semester since Fall Semester 1994

Phys 576 Independent Study have taught a variety of 2nd semester advanced graduate level

courses (including QM II and Laser Spectroscopy)

Phys 572 Internship Prep have supervised during 13 different semesters

Phys 571 Thesis Prep have supervised during 15 different semesters

Phys 528 Advanced Modern Optics have taught twice

Phys 520 Electromagnetism I have taught twice

Phys 510 Classical Mechanics I have taught 6 times

Phys 491 Honors Thesis have supervised 10 B.S. Honors Theses

Phys 478 Internship have arranged undergrad student internships at MDI, Argonne, University of Indiana, Fermi Lab, University of Chicago, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, Iowa State University, Ames National Laboratory, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, University of MO - Columbia, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Phys 477 Special Problems have supervised undergraduate student research projects every semester

Phys 476 Independent Study have taught a variety of 2nd semester advanced undergrad level courses (including QM II and Superconductivity)

Phys 430 Quantum Mechanics have taught every 2 years, also with in- course honors projects on each occasion

Phys 320 Electromagnetism I have taught almost every 2 years, also with in- course honors projects on each occasion

Phys 312 Engineering Mechanics have taught three times

Phys 311 Analytical Mechanics have taught four times

Phys 200 (currently 212) University Physics III have taught twice

Phys 114/115 Applied Physics I, II have taught every year for the past 17 years

both lecture and multiple laboratory sections
I have taught almost every single course in the WIU Physics Department (with the exception of astronomy (Physics 101)) and in all of my courses I have consistently received high student evaluations rated in the excellent or exceptional categories by the department criteria.


Publications/Scholarly/Creative Activities
1. Mark S. Boley, Jason T. Orris, Jason J. Wilson, and Doug A. Franklin. "Dependence of Sensitivity and Domain Wall Height on Chromium Concentration in Steel Torque Transducers." Proceedings of the National Conference of Undergraduate Research (NCUR) published October 2004.
2. Mark S. Boley, Doug A. Franklin, and Jason T. Orris. “The Effects of Chromium Concentration on Magnetically Polarized Heat-Treated Steel Torque Transducer Shafts.” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Volume 40, Number 4, July 2004, 2661-2663.
3. Mark S. Boley, Doug A. Franklin, Naveen Jha, Jason Wilson, and No Soung Myoung. "Capacitance Measurements of Magnetostriction for Engineering Applications of Magnetoelastic Materials." 9th Annual International Composites Engineering Conference Proceedings, ICCE, July 2002 issue.
4. Mark S. Boley, Won C. Shin, David K. Rigsbee, and Doug A. Franklin.

"Capacitance Bridge Measurements of Magnetostriction." Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 91 (10), 8210 (May 15, 2002).


5. Mark S. Boley, David K. Rigsbee, and Doug A. Franklin.

"The Effects of Heat Treatment on the Magnetic Behavior of Ring-



Type Magnetoelastic Torque Sensors." Sicon'01 Sensors for Industry Conference Proceedings, ISA/IEEE, November 2001 issue.
6. Review. "Exploring Physics (Electricity and Magnetism)-- Hands-on Activities for Grades 5-9." Consultant and Reviewer for a new CD published August 2001 by the University of Missouri-Columbia with National Science foundation support.
7. David K. Rigsbee, Doug A. Franklin, and Mark S. Boley. "The Effects of Heat Treatment on the Magnetic Behavior of Ring-Type Magnetoelastic Torque Transducers." 7th Annual International Composites Engineering Conference Proceedings, ICCE, July 2000 issue.
8. Mark S. Boley, Doug A. Franklin, and David K. Rigsbee. "Heat Treatment Effects on Sensitivity and Hysteresis Loops of Magnetoelastic Torque Transducers." Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 87 (9), 7073 (May 1, 2000).
9. Mark S. Boley and Doug A. Franklin. "More Information Needed on Background and Professional Qualifications of High-School Physics Teachers." The Physics Teacher, Volume 38(5), May 2000.
10. Reviews. The Chapter exercises (including exploration missions and construct your own problems) for the text College Physics by Peter Urone for Brooks/Cole Publishing Company. (Spring 2000). Reviewed the text of College Physics by Peter Urone for the same company. (Spring 1999).
11. Mark S. Boley and Doug A. Franklin. "Eliminating Student Misconceptions of Physics to Enhance the Learning Process." Invited Contribution (by editor Sam Bowen, CSU) to the APS Forum on Education summer newsletter, April 1999.
12. Review. Reviewed the proposal "A New Approach to Magnetically Ordered Systems" by David Brook, University of Detroit submitted to the Petroleum Research Fund, January 1998.
13. Mark S. Boley, Meera Chandrasekhar, H. R. Chandrasekhar, Y. Wu, and P. Boolchand. "Hydrostatic Pressure Studies of the LO Phonon Modes in the Raman Spectra of the Bulk High Critical Temperature Superconductor YBaCuO (124) and the Effects of Doping." AIP Conference Proceedings 309, AIP Press, New York, August 1995.
14. Mark S. Boley, Meera Chandrasekhar, H. R. Chandrasekhar, N. Samarth, H. Luo, and J. Furdyna. "Large Hydrostatic Pressure Studies of Optical Transitions and Vibrational Modes in ZnCdSe Thick Epilayers and ZnCdSe / ZnSe Strained Layer Multiple Quantum Wells using Photoluminescence and Raman Scattering." AIP Conference Proceedings 309, AIP Press, New York, August 1995.
15. Mark S. Boley, Robert J. Thomas, Meera Chandrasekhar, H. R. Chandrasekhar, A. K. Ramdas, M. Kobayashi, and R. L. Gunshor. "Pressure Tuning of Strains in a ZnTe / InAs Semiconductor Heterostructure: A Photomodulated Reflectivity and Raman Scattering Study." AIP Conference Proceedings 309, AIP Press, New York, August 1995.
16. Mark S. Boley, Robert J. Thomas, Meera Chandrasekhar, H. R. Chandrasekhar, A. K. Ramdas, M. Kobayashi, and R. L. Gunshor. "Pressure Tuning of Strain in CdTe / InSb Epilayer: A Photoluminescence and Photomodulated Reflectivity Study." J. Appl. Phys., June 1993.
17. B. J. Heuser, S. Spooner, C. J. Glinka, D. L. Gilliam, N. A. Winslow and Mark S. Boley. "Structural Investigation of Electrochemically Etched Silicon." Proceedings of the Materials Research Society, November 1992.
18. D. Shi and Mark S. Boley. "Oxygen Stoichiometry and Flux Creep Activation Energy in Y-Ba-Cu-O", Supercond. Sci. Technol. 3, 285 (1991).
19. D. Shi and Mark S. Boley. "Superconducting Transition Broadening and Flux Creep Activation Energy in Tl-Ba-Ca-Cu-O", Supercond. Sci. Technol. 3, 289 (1991).
20. D. Shi, J. G. Chen, M. Xu, M. M. Fang, and Mark S. Boley. "Dislocations and Flux-Pinning in Zone-Melted Y-Ba-Ca-Cu-O", Supercond. Sci. Technol. 3, 335 (1991).
21. "Temperature Dependence of Flux Pinning Behavior in Y-Ba-Cu-O", D. Shi, M. Xu, Mark. S. Boley, and U. Welp, Physica C 150 (5), 417 (1989).
22. "Lattice Defects and Flux Pinning in Crystallized Metal-Oxide Glasses in the Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O System", D. Shi, J. G. Chen, U. Welp, Mark. S. Boley, Appl. Phys. Lett. 55 (13), 1354 (1989).
23. "Origin of Enhanced Growth of the 110K Superconducting Phase by Pb doping in the Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O system", D. Shi, Mark S. Boley, J. G. Chen, M. Xu, K. Vandervoot, Y. X. Liao, A. Zangvil, J. Akujieze, and C. Segre, Appl. Phys. Lett. 55 (7), 699 (1989).
24. D. Shi, M. Tang, Mark. S. Boley, K. Vandervoort, H. Claus. "Crystallization of Metal Oxide Glasses in Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O Systems." Phys. Rev. B40 (4), 2247 (1989).
25. "Flux Pinning By Precipitates in the Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O System", D. Shi, Mark S. Boley, U. Welp, J. G. Chen, and Y. Liao. Phys. Rev. B40 (7) Rapid Comm., 5255 (1989).
26. (Manuscript currently in revision process for the Journal of Applied Physics) "Magnetic Force Microsocopy Field Mapping Under Torque to Analyze Solid and Hollow Transducer Response in High-Alloy Stainless Steel", Christopher L. Milby, Mark S. Boley, and Matthew W. Beckner.
27. (Manuscript currently in revision process for Nanoletters) "Nanoencapsulation of vitamins and food particles into whey protein concentrates (WPC) matrix using power ultrasound and atomic force microscopy (AFM), " Gilles Kouassi and Mark S. Boley.
Conference Presentations

National / International Meetings (refereed presentation abstracts along with undergraduate and graduate students engaged in project)
RECENT (Past Two Years):
“Microencapsulation of Vitamin K by complex coarcevation of chitosan and k-

carrageenan: effect of surfactants and whey protein on emulsion stability,” by Jagarlamudi P., Boley, M.S., Gogineni, V, Gowda, N.M, and Gilles Kouassi at the Institute of Food Technology National Meeting in July 2011 in New Orleans, LA.


“Preparation and functionalization of CNB-Fe3O4 nanocomposites for detection purposes,” byBartlomeij Redlinski, Joseph Lucas, Michael Sherman, Bartlomeij Redlinski, Mark S. Boley, Netkal M. Gowda, and Gilles Kouassi, at the Illinois State Academy of Sciences (ISAS) meeting in April 2011.
“Microencapsulation of vitamins A and E into a dual biopolymer system: Effect of water activity on the release profile,” by Michael Sherman, Prathyusha Jagarlamudi, Varalashmi Gogieni, Mark S. Boley, Netkal M. Gowda, and Gilles Kouassi, at the Illinois State Academy of Sciences (ISAS) meeting in April 2011.
“Atomic and Magnetic Force Microscopy Studies of the Patterning of Functionalized Doped Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes”, by Hsun Jen Chuang, Aaron T. Schye, Joseph L. Wiewel, Christopher L. Milby, Gilles K. Kouassi, and Mark S. Boley, at the Fall 2010 Argonne/CSUI Midwestern Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium.
“A Modified Split-Hopkinson Pressure Bar,” by Aaron T. Schye, Krystine Concepcion, Mark S. Boley, and Vasant Joshi, at the Fall 2010 Argonne/CSUI Midwestern Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Argonne/CSUI Conference in Chicago, IL (November 2009) Session 7, Paper 009, "Studying the Patterning and Magnetic Ordering of Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNT) Using Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM)"
Argonne/CSUI Conference in Chicago, IL (November 2009) Session 11, Paper 008, "Studying the Patterning of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNT) Using Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)"
Invited Colloquium Speaker at WIU, January 29, 2010. "Magnetoelastic Measurements in High-Speed Steel Torque Transducers - Part I."

Invited Colloquium Speaker at WIU, March 26, 2010. "Magnetoelastic Measurements in High- Speed Steel Torque Transducers - Part II."


21st Annual Illinois Research Conference in Chicago, IL (April 2010) Paper 14, "Study of the Patterning and Ordering of Functionalized Doped Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNT) Using Atomic and Magnetic Force Microscopy (AFM and MFM)"
EARLIER PRESENTATIONS:
1. American Chemical Society National Meeting in Salt Lake City, UT (March 24. 2009) "Micro/Nanoen

capsulation of Quercetin-embedded Eicosapentaenoic Acid in Dual Polymer System Using Power Ultrasound". (Boley with Chemistry Faculty Kouassi)

2. 53rd Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (MMM) in Austin, TX (November 2008)

Paper AU-07 "Development and Testing of our In-situ Torque Apparatus for Magnetic Force Microscopy Measurements Comparing Solid and Hollow Torque Transducer Response for High Alloy Stainless Steel". (Boley with Physics Student Milby)

3. Argonne/CSUI Conference in Chicago, IL (November 2008) Session 17, Paper 003, "Magnetic Force Microscopy Field Mapping under Torque to Analyze Solid and Hollow Transducer Response in High Alloy Stainless Steel". (Boley with Physics Student Milby)

4-5. APS 2008 March Meeting in New Orleans, LA, Session R1, Papers 00115 and 00116

"Development of a Capacitive Measurement Apparatus for Steel Alloy Magnetostriction"

"Determining Optimal Austenitizing and Tempering Temperatures and Quenching Media for a Steel Torque Transducer". (Boley with Physics Students Milby, Wiewel)

6-8. Argonne/CSUI Conference in November 2007, Session 11, Papers 147, 148, 149

"Real-Time Measurements of Ash Particles in Diesel Exhaust"

"Determining Optimal Austenitizing and Tempering Temperatures and Quenching Media for High-Stress Transducers"

"Development and Testing of a Capacitive Measurement Device for Magnetostrictive Behavior of Steel Alloys" (Boley with Physics students Milby, Wiewel, and Hecox)

9. Mark S. Boley, Dennis T. Norton, and Thomas Boggess. “Processing GaSb and InAs for MWIR and LWIR LEDs.” APS 2007 March Meeting in Denver, CO.

10. Mark S. Boley, Bryan G. Hecox, and Joseph L. Wiewel. “Effects of Annealing Cool-down Rate on Torque Transducer Response Function in 4340 High-Alloy Steel.” APS 2007 March Meeting in Denver, CO.

11. Mark S. Boley, Matthew W. Beckner, and Jason T. Orris. “Size Effects on Magnetoelastic Sensitivity and Polarized Domain Wall Profiles in ESR-420 Steel.” APS 2007 March Meeting in Denver, CO.

12. Mark S. Boley, Patrick R. Szczypinski, and Jason T. Orris. “Ambient Temperature Dependence of Magnetoelastic Response in Steel Torque Transducers.” APS 2007 March Meeting in Denver, CO.

13. Mark S. Boley, Joseph L. Wiewel, Bryan G. Hecox, and Jason T. Orris. “Effect of Low Nickel Dopant on Torque Transducer Response Function in High-Chromium Content ESR Stainless Tool Steels.” APS 2007 March Meeting in Denver, CO.

14. Mark S. Boley, Christopher L. Milby, and Joseph L. Wiewel. “Comparison of Solid and Hollow Torque Transducer Shaft Response in a High Alloy Stainless Steel.” APS 2007 March Meeting in Denver, CO.

15. Mark S. Boley, Joseph L. Wiewel, Bryan G. Hecox, and Jason T. Orris. “Effect of Low Nickel Dopant on Torque Transducer Response Function in High-Chromium Content ESR Stainless Tool Steels.” Argonne/CSUI 2006 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

16. Mark S. Boley, Bryan G. Hecox, and Joseph L. Wiewel. “Effects of Annealing Cool-down Rate on Torque Transducer Response Function in 4340 High-Alloy Steel.” Argonne/CSUI 2006 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

17. Mark S. Boley, Patrick R. Szczypinski, and Jason T. Orris. “Mapping of the Ambient Temperature Dependence of Magnetoelastic Response Function in Steel Torque Transducers.” Argonne/CSUI 2006 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

18. Mark S. Boley, Matthew W. Beckner, and Jason T. Orris. “Size Effects on Magnetoelastic Sensitivity and Polarized Domain Wall Profiles in ESR-420 Steel.” Argonne/CSUI 2006 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

19. Mark S. Boley, Dennis T. Norton, T. F. Boggess, J. Hicks, C. Coretsopoulos, J. Prineas, E. Koerperick, and L. Wassinck. “Processing Gallium Antimonide and Indium Arsenide for MWIR and LWIR Light-Emitting Diodes.” Argonne/CSUI 2006 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

20. Mark S. Boley, Matthew W. Beckner, and Jason T. Orris. “Size Effects on Magnetic Hysteresis, Shear Stress Sensitivity, and Domain Wall Profiles in ESR-420 Steel.” Argonne/CSUI 2005 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

21. Mark S. Boley, James M. Kerr, and Daniel K. Pratt. “Effects of Quenching Medium and Annealing Rate on the Magnetoelastic Properties of D-2 Steel.” Argonne/CSUI 2005 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

22. Mark S. Boley, Dennis T. Norton, and Jason T. Orris. “Comparison of the Magnetoelastic Properties of Two High Speed Tool Steels.” Argonne/CSUI 2005 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

23. Mark S. Boley and Daniel K. Pratt. “Magnetic Force Microscopy and Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Research at WIU.” Argonne/CSUI 2005 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

24. Mark S. Boley, Jacob R. Hoberg, Jason T. Orris, Gregory M. Sollenberger, and Doug A. Franklin. “Hysteresis and Magnetoelastic Domain Wall Behavior of Two High-Speed Steels.” APS 2005 March Meeting in Los Angeles, CA.

25. Mark S. Boley, Christopher C. Jurs, Jason T. Orris, and Doug A. Franklin. “Large-Scale and Small-Scale Torque Sensors from a Magnetoelastic Heat-Treated 14% Chromium Stainless Steel.” APS 2005 March Meeting in Los Angeles, CA.

26. Mark S. Boley, Ryan T. Gordon, Jason T. Orris, Jason J. Wilson, and Doug A. Franklin. “The Dependence of Sensitivity, Axial Coercivity, and Domain Wall Height on Chromium Concentration in Polarized Steel Alloy Torque Transducers.” APS 2005 March Meeting in Los Angeles, CA.

27. Mark S. Boley, Doug A. Franklin, Jason J. Wilson, Gregory M. Sollenberger, and Jason T. Orris. “Magnetic Force Microscopy Studies of the Domain Walls of Heat-Treated Magnetoelastic Torque Transducers.” 49th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Jacksonville, FL, November 7-11, 2004.

28. Mark S. Boley, Ryan T. Gordon, Doug A. Franklin, and Alexey Bezryadin. “Using Molecular Templating to Build Nanometer-Scale SQUIDs.” Argonne/CSUI 2004 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

29. Mark S. Boley, Jacob R. Hoberg, Christopher C. Jurs, Gregory M. Sollenberger, and Jason T. Orris. “Magnetoelastic Response and Domain Wall Behavior of Two 5% Chromium Heat-Treated Tool Steel Torque Transducers.” Argonne/CSUI 2004 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

30. Mark S. Boley, Christopher C. Jurs, Jacob R. Hoberg, Doug A. Franklin, and Jason T. Orris. “The Use of a Heat-Treated 14% Chromium Stainless Steel to Produce Large- and Small-Scale Torque Sensors.” Argonne/CSUI 2004 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

31. Mark S. Boley, Gregory M. Sollenberger, and Jason T. Orris. “Magnetic Force Microscopy Studies of the Domain Walls of High Chromium Content Magnetoelastic Torque Transducers.” Argonne/CSUI 2004 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

32. Mark S. Boley and Jason T. Orris. “Dependence of Sensitivity and Domain Wall Height on Chromium Concentration in Steel Torque Transducers.” NCUR 2004 in Indianapolis, IN.

33. Mark S. Boley, Doug A. Franklin, and Jason T. Orris. “The Effects of Chromium Concentration on Magnetically Polarized Heat-Treated Steel Torque Transducer Shafts.” 9th Joint MMM/Intermag Conference, Anaheim, CA, January 5-9, 2004.

34. Mark S. Boley, Ryan T. Gordon, and Matthew E. Tillman. “Raman Mode Softening Across the Superconducting Transition of a Magnesium Diboride Superconductor.” Argonne/CSUI 2003 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

35. Mark S. Boley, Christopher C. Jurs, Jason T. Orris, and Jason J. Wilson. “The Effects of Multiple Heat Treatment on Magnetic Hysteresis and Sensitivity Properties of Kapstar.” Argonne/CSUI 2003 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

36. Mark S. Boley, Jason T. Orris, Christopher C. Jurs, and Doug A. Franklin. “The Effects of Chromium Concentration on Magnetically Polarized Heat-Treated Steel Torque Transducer.” Argonne/CSUI 2003 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

37. Mark S. Boley, Gregory M. Sollenberger, and Jason J. Wilson. “Use of the Magnetic Force Microscope for Domain Wall Imaging in Magnetoelastic Torque Sensors.” Argonne/CSUI 2003 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.

38. Mark S. Boley and Jason J. Wilson. “Introduction to Magnetic Force Microscopy at the WIU Physics Department.” Argonne/CSUI 2003 Research Symposium, Chicago, IL.
State or Regional Meetings (listed presentation abstracts along with undergraduate and graduate students engaged in the project) ----listed first are those from 2003-present
1-2. 20th Annual Illinois Research Conference in Chicago, IL (April 4, 2009) Papers 23, 24, "Studying the Patterning and Magnetic Ordering of Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNT) Using Magnetic Force Microscopy" (Boley with Physics Student Milby) and "Studying the Patterning of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNT) Using Atomic Force Microscopy" (Boley with Physics Student Wiewel).

3-8. 18th Annual Illinois Student Research Conference at Governor’s State University, Chicago, IL, April 6-7, 2007. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

Bryan G. Hecox—“Effects of Annealing Cool-Down Rate on the Sensitivity and Linearity of Magnetoelastic Transducer Response in 4340 High-Alloy Steel.”

Joseph L. Wiewel—“Effect of Low Nickel Dopant on Torque Transducer Response Function in High-Chromium Content ESR Stainless Tool Steels.”

Christopher L. Milby—“The Comparison of Solid and Hollow Magnetoelastic Torque Transducer Response Function in Two High-Chromium Alloys.”

Matthew W. Beckner—“The Effect of Transducer Diameter on Magnetoelastic Sensitivity and Polarized Domain Wall Profiles in ESR420 Steel.”

Patrick R. Szczypinski—“The Ambient Temperature Dependence of Magnetoelastic Response Function in Steel Alloy Torque Transducers.”

Dennis T. Norton—“AFM scans for analyis of GaSb and InAs Processing in LEDs.”

9-14. Spring 2007 Meeting of the Illinois Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (ISAAPT) Student Research Symposium at Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL, March 30-31, 2007. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

Bryan G. Hecox—“Effects of Annealing Cool-Down Rate on the Sensitivity and Linearity of Magnetoelastic Transducer Response in 4340 High-Alloy Steel.”

Joseph L. Wiewel—“Effect of Low Nickel Dopant on Torque Transducer Response Function in High-Chromium Content ESR Stainless Tool Steels.”

Christopher L. Milby—“The Comparison of Solid and Hollow Magnetoelastic Torque Transducer Response Function in Two High-Chromium Alloys.”

Matthew W. Beckner—“The Effect of Transducer Diameter on Magnetoelastic Sensitivity and Polarized Domain Wall Profiles in ESR420 Steel.”

Patrick R. Szczypinski—“The Ambient Temperature Dependence of Magnetoelastic Response Function in Steel Alloy Torque Transducers.”

Dennis T. Norton—“AFM scans for analyis of GaSb and InAs Processing in LEDs.”

15-19. Spring 2006 Meeting of the Illinois Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (ISAAPT) Student Research Symposium at Illinois Central College, East Peoria, IL, April 7-8, 2006. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

Chad M. Gilpin—“Using Raman Spectroscopy to Examine Carbon Nanotube Binding to Organic Molecule Monolayers.”

Dennis T. Norton—“Effect of Tungsten Content on a Steel Magnetic Torque Transducer’s Performance.”

Patrick R. Szczypinski—“Torque Transducer Response as a Function of Ambient Temperature.”

Daniel K. Pratt—“Ordering Investigations of Carbon Nanotubes over Organic Molecule Monolayers by Atomic and Magnetic Force Microscopy.”

Matthew W. Beckner—“Examining the Interrelationships of Size, Sensitivity, and Domain Wall Profiles in ESR-420 Steel Torque Transducers.”

20-25. 17th Annual Illinois Student Research Conference at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL, March 24-25, 2006. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

James M. Kerr—“Using Atomic and Magnetic Force Microscopy to Determine the Ordering of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes over Monolayers of Organic Molecules.”

Daniel K. Pratt—“Magneto-Optic Kerr Effect Studies of Thin Films of Polar Organic Molecules, Permalloy, and Gold Nanoparticles.”

Patrick R. Szczypinski—“The Ambient Temperature Dependence of the Magnetoelastic Response in Steel Torque Transducers.”

Matthew W. Beckner—“The Dependence of Magnetic Sensitivity, Hysteresis, and Domain Wall Profiles on Shaft Diameter in ESR-420Steel Torque Transducers.”

Dennis T. Norton—“The Dependence of Sensitivity on Tungsten Content for Magnetoelastic Tool Steel Torque Transducers.”

Chad M. Gilpin—“Using Raman Spectroscopy to Determine the Binding Mechanism of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes to Monolayers of Organic Molecules.”

26. Annual Spring Conference of the Honors Council of the Illinois Region (HCIR) at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL, February 25, 2006. Mark S. Boley with undergraduate honors student Matthew W. Beckner:“Size Effects on Magnetic Hysteresis, Shear Stress Sensitivity, and Domain Wall Profiles in ESR-420 Steel.”

27-29. Spring 2005 Meeting of the Illinois Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (ISAAPT) Student Research Symposium at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL, April 8-9, 2005. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

Jacob R. Hoberg—“Correlation of Torque Sensitivity and Magnetic Hysteresis to Sensor Diameter in ESR420.”

Daniel K. Pratt—“Effects of Quenching Medium and Cooling Rate on Torque Sensitivity in D-2 Steels.”

Matthew W. Beckner—“Use of the Magnetic Force Microscope (MFM) to Investigate Domain Wall Parameters in High Chromium Content Steels.”

30-32. Fall 2004 Meeting of the Illinois Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (ISAAPT) Student Research Symposium at Bradley University, Peoria, IL, October 15-16, 2004. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

Christopher C. Jurs—“The Use of a Heat-Treated 14% Chromium Stainless Steel to Produce Large-Scale and Small-Scale Torque Sensors.”

Ryan T. Gordon—“Using Molecular Templating to Build Nanometer-Scale SQUIDs.”

Jacob R. Hoberg—“Magnetoelastic Response and Domain Wall Behavior of Two 5% Chromium Heat-Treated Tool Steel Torque Transducers.”

33-35. Spring 2004 Meeting of the Illinois Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (ISAAPT) Student Research Symposium at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, April 23-24, 2004. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

Gregory M. Sollenberger—“Use of the Magnetic Force Microscope for Domain Wall Imaging and Sensitivity Correlation in Magnetoelastic Transducers.”

Ryan T. Gordon—“Improving the Magnetoelastic Sensitivity of a 5% Chromium Tool Steel Torque Sensor via Heat Treatment.”

Jacob R. Hoberg—“Using a 14% Chromium Stainless Steel to Produce a Highly Sensitive Magnetic Torque Sensor for both Large and Small Scales.”

36-38. 15th Annual Illinois Student Research Conference at Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL, March 13-14, 2004. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

Ryan T. Gordon—“Improving the Magnetoelastic Sensitivity of a 5% Chromium Tool Steel Torque Sensor via Heat Treatment.”

Christopher C. Jurs—“Using a 14% Chromium Stainless Steel to Produce a Highly Sensitive Magnetic Torque Sensor for both Large and Small Scales.”

Gregory M. Sollenberger—“Use of the Magnetic Force Microscope for Domain Wall Imaging and Sensitivity Correlation in Magnetoelastic Transducers.”

39-40. Fall 2004 Meeting of the Illinois Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (ISAAPT) at Illinois State University at Bloomington-Normal, IL, October 10- 11, 2003. Mark S. Boley with the following Students:

Jason J. Wilson—“Use of the Magnetic Force Microscope for Domain Wall Imaging in Magnetoelastic Torque Sensors.”

Jason T. Orris—“The Effects of Chromium Concentration on Magnetically Polarized Heat-Treated Steel Torque Transducer Shafts.”


Presentations at WIU Undergraduate Research Day by students under my mentorship:


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