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Rick Pam

Rick Pam (650) 725-2365
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Rick Pam received a B.S. in Physics and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University in 1979. He subsequently worked in industrial research in the fields of combustion, chemical kinetics, air pollutant formation and control, and solar thermal power generation. His work led to the development and commercialization of low polluting combustion systems, as well as advanced energy systems, for which he holds two patents. During this time he also taught courses at San Francisco State University, the Illinois Institute of Technology and Hartnell Community College before returning to the Stanford Physics Department full time in 1993. He currently serves as lecturer and teaching lab manager in the advanced teaching labs, Academic Director of the Physics Undergraduate Summer Research Program, advisor to the Society of Physics Students, pre-major advisor, and mentor to undergraduates and graduate teaching assistants.

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