William Hines

Research Interests

The application of experimental techniques such as nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), magnetization measurements, and electrical resistivity measurements in the study of a wide variety of condensed matter systems. Recently, the systems have included mesoporous Co3O4, Fe3O4, and γ-Fe2O3 nanostructured materials, 3d transition metal perovskite materials, Fe3O4 thin films, and Fe-based superconductors. The above techniques provide insight into the details of the microscopic electronic, magnetic, and atomic structures.

Education

  • Ph.D., Physics, University of California, Berkeley, 1967
  • B.A., Physics, San Diego State University, 1962

Experience

  • 2003-present: Professor Emeritus and Research Professor, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut
  • 1971-2003: Professor, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut
  • 1969-1970: Research Fellow in Materials Physics Division, AERE, Harwell, England
  • 1967-1969: Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley

Professional Societies

  • American Physical Society
  • American Chemical Society
  • Sigma Pi Sigma
  • Sigma Zi

Honors

  • Phi Eta Sigma
  • Phi Beta Kappa