Brad Hinaus

Associate Professor

Contact Information
​Office: ​SCI B107
​Phone: ​715.346.4872
​Fax: ​715.346.2944
Ph.D. Physics, University of Wisconsin - Madison
B.S. Physics, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

PHYS 101 - General Physics
PHYS 203 - College Physics I
PHYS 250 - University Physics II
PHYS 300 - Modern Physics
PHYS 315 - Computational Physics
PHYS 381 - Selected Topics
PHYS 383 - Solid State Physics
PHYS 385 - Optics
PHYS 388 - Research Participation
PHYS 435 - Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
Select Publications
Modeling the Compact Disc Read System in Lab, B. Hinaus and M. Veum, The Physics Teacher, 47, 446 (2009)

Electrical conductivity of Ag7PSe6 and Cu7PSe6 R.B. Beeken, C.R. Driessen, B.M. Hinaus and D.E. Pawlisch, Solid State Ionics 16: Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Solid State Ionics (SSI-16), Part I Volume 179, Issues 21-26, 15 September 2008, Pages 1058-106

The Hard Drive: An Experiment for Faraday’s Law, B. Hinaus and M. Veum, The Physics Teacher, 40, 339 (2002)

Flux flow of Abrikosov-Josephson vortices along grain boundaries in high-temperature superconductors, A. Gurevich, M.S. Rzchowski, G. Daniels, S. Patnaik, B.M. Hinaus, F. Carillo, F. Tafuri, and D.C. Larbalestier, Phys. Rev. Letters 88, 097001 (2002).

Observation of strong to Josephson-coupled crossover in 10° YBa2Cu3Ox bicrystal junctions, R.D. Redwing, B.M. Hinaus, M.S. Rzchowski, N.F. Heinig, B.A. Davidson, and J.E. Redwing, Appl. Phys. Lett. 75, 3171 (1999).

Dynamic properties and nonequilibrium processes in electron-beam scribed YBCO Josephson junctions, B. A. Davidson, J. E. Nordman, B. M. Hinaus, M. S. Rzchowski, K.Siangchaew and M. Libera Appl. Phys. Lett. 73, 1290 (1998).

Select Presentations
The Hard Drive: An Experiment for Faraday’s Law - Led workshop for High School and College Teachers at the Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers Meeting at The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, October 26, 2001

Honors and Awards
2004 - Wisconsin Teaching Fellow - University of Wisconsin Stevens Point representative.

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