William P. Murray (Bill)
I am a Professor of Physics/Engineering in Math/Science
Division at Roane State Community College.
telephone: 865-481-2000, Ext. 5235 (Roane State, Oak Ridge)
email: email@example.com (Roane State)
Calculus Based Physics
Trigonometry Based Physics
College Physics I
College Physics II
Computer Aided Engineering
Survey of Engineering
Mathematics and Science: College Algebra through Differential Equations
College Chemistry and Physical Science
1970. MS Thesis: Control and Data Acquisition with a Computer and Its Application to
The University of Tennessee, Additional Graduate Work.
Professor of Physics/Engineering at Roane State Community College
Instrumentation Development Engineering:
Material Properties Measurements--Sensors and Measurement Systems
1.Electrical Properties Measurement:
Resistivity, Conductivity, Permittivity
Dielectric Constant, Dielectric Strength, Dielectric Loss,
Magnetic Permeability, Magnetic Susceptibility, etc.
2.Thermodynamic Properties Measurement:
Environmental Measurements--Sensors and Measurement Systems
Temperature Effects from 77 K up to 2000 K
Pressure Effects and Partial Pressure Effects
Adsorption & Absorption of Gases, Liquids, or Mixtures
Chemical Interactions with Surroundings
Computer Automated Material Properties Measurement & Analysis
Computerized Material Properties and Sensors Databases
Sensors & Systems to Monitor and/or Control Environmental Conditions
Mass Transfer etc.
Specification and Selection of Sensors and Systems for R and D
Searching of Technical Literature and the Internet for Needed Data, Ideas, and People
Software Engineering in Visual Basic, LabView, Mathcad, C, Fortran, Basic, Excel, etc.
System Analysis and Design
Validation and Reliability Testing
Evaluation and Modification of Existing Systems
RECENT WORK EXPERIENCE
1/94 to 9/09: UT-Battelle., Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Instrumentation Development
Engineer (part time) for UT-Battelle , Oak Ridge National
Laboratory, Sensor Science and Technology Group, Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
9/83 to Present: Roane State Community College, Harriman, Tennessee,
Physics/Engineering, Math/Science Division.
I teach because I believe that my purpose in life is to serve my Lord
I believe that He has given me the education that I have so I can share it with as many
people as possible. Teaching is the most exciting and challenging thing that I can do
with my experience and education and the ability to help my students learn to do the
things that they want to be able to do is very rewarding.
I am also experienced in Research and Development of State of the Art
Sensors and Sensor
Systems for Scientific and Engineering Evaluation of Principles, Systems, Processes, and
Components needed for continuous improvement in measurement and control of today's
rapidly changing technologies.
If you have comments or suggestions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.