Neil Aaronson

Professor of Physics

Phone: 609.626.6019
Email: Neil.Aaronson@stockton.edu
Office: B-105A
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BIOGRAPHY

Neil Aaronson grew up in Marlton, New Jersey and graduated from Cherokee High School in 1998. He earned his B.S. in Physics from The College of New Jersey in 2002, and then went on to Michigan State University where he earned M.S. degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering, before completing his Ph.D. work in Physics there in 2008. He started teaching and doing research at Stockton the same year. He currently runs and maintains the Stockton Acoustics Lab and teaches for the Physics Program. Throughout his life, he has also been active in music as a violinist, violist, and vocalist. He currently directs the ASTA/NJ Chamber Music Institute, plays with the Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey, is the assistant conductor of the Stockton Oratorio Society, and is the music director of Stockton's contemporary student a capella singing groups.

EDUCATION

B.S. Physics: The College of New Jersey, 2002
M.S. Physics: Michigan State University, 2004
M.S. Electrical Engineering (Signal Processing):
     Michigan State University
, 2006
Ph.D. Physics: Michigan State University, 2008

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Acoutsics, Psychoacoustics

COURSES TAUGHT

Physics I/II
Physics for Life Sciences I/II
Electric Circuits
Optics
Thermal Physics
Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
Electricity & Magnetism I/II


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Underwater acoustics, room acoustics, sound source localization, music perception