Robert K. Brandt
BS 1986, MS 1990, PhD 1995 (Greenler & Sorbello)
Currently Dr. Brandt is President and Senior Physicist with Brandt Innovative Technologies in Pewaukee, WI.
BS 2010 (Engineering & Physics Double-Major)
Mr. Brocker is currently a graduate student working toward his PhD in Electrical Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University in State College, PA. His research interests are within electromagnetics, with an emphasis on antenna engineering and RF communications.
BS 2014 (Mathematics & Physics Double-Major)
Mr. Fehl has recently applied, and been accepted, to the Mathematics graduate program at Carnegie Mellon University. His studies will be focused in the area of Mathematical Finance.
BS 2010 (Mathematics & Physics Double-Major)
Mr. Geracie is currently a graduate student in the Department of Physics at the University of Chicago.
BS 2004 (Mathematics & Physics Double-Major)
After completing his BS degree at UWM Dr. Printz earned a medical degree at the University of Wisconsin Medical School. Afterwards he completed a surgical internship and an orthopedic residency at the University of Michigan before returning to Wisconsin. He is currently an orthopedic surgeon with Aspen Orthopedics located in New Berlin, WI.
PhD 2006 (Brady)
Dr. Majumder is currently a Scientist, Applied Mathematician at GE Global Research in Schenectady, New York.
PhD 2013 (Raicu)
Dr. Deo Singh is currently a postdoc at the Biomolecular Materials & Membrane Biophysics (BMMP) Laboratory working with the Kalina Hristova Research Group in the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
Alfred W. Tang
MS 1999, PhD 2002 (Norbury)
Dr. Tang is currently a “physicist at large” living in Hong Kong. He specializes in Monte Carlo simulations and supercomputing applications.