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PhD in Physics, 2002, University of Wyoming
BS in Physics, 1994,the University of Wyoming.
high performance computing
NASA Space Grant Consortium
· PI on Kepler Cycle 4 Guest Observer Award
· Co-PI on Kepler Cycle 2 Guest Observer Award, responsible for data analysis
· Mentoring of undergraduate researchers, Kepler and AAVSO light curve analysis
· Campus Director for South Carolina Space Grant Consortium on the SC State Campus
· Co-PI on NSF award to Clemson University related to CyberInfrastructure and HPC
· PI/Project Manager for NSF OEDG Award
· Cash,J., Howell,S., and Walter, D., A Long Term Photometric and Spectroscopic Study of
RV Tauri Stars, 2009, in "Stellar Pulsations: Challenges for Theory and Observation",
AIP Conf. Proceedings, 1170, 146.
· Cash, J., Computational Models of the Accretion Streams in Polars, 2004, in "Magnetic
Cataclysmic Variables", ASP Conf. Series, 315, 272.
· Cash, J., Modeling the Accretion Stream in Polars, 2003, PASP, 115, 1150.
· Harrison, T., Howell, S., Huber, M., Osborne, H., Holtzman, J., Cash, J., Gelino, D.,
Modeling the Remarkable Multiwavelength Light Curves of EF Eridanus: The Detection
of Its Irradiated Brown Dwarf-like Secondary Star, 2003, AJ, 125, 2609.
· Cash, J. and Howell, S., Model Accretion Streams in Polars, 2002, in The Physics of
Cataclysmic Variable and Related Objects, ASP Conf. Series, 261, 141.
Classes taught include:
PSC 152 Foundations of Earth Space Science
PSC 153 Earth/Space Science Laboratory
PSC 203 Elementary Astronomy
P 250 General Physics I w/o Calculus
P 252 General Physics II w/o Calculus
P 254 General Physics I w/ Calculus
P 255 General Physics II w/ Calculus
P 303 Mechanics I
P 326 Introduction to Astrophysics
P 498 Special Topics in Physics
P 499 Special Topics in Physics