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Paul Joseph Alevey
Senior Lecturer III-Physics Department
Office MailstopMail Box: EC36, Room No.: ECSN 2.222 
Email Address  paulmac@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-4634    URL UTD Webpage    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.PhysicsUniversity of Texas at Dallas1999
 M.S.PhysicsUniversity of Texas at Dallas1996
 P.G.C.E.Physics & General Science EducationQueen's University Belfast1990
 M.ScMathematical ScienceUniversity College Dublin1989
 B.ScMathematical PhysicsUniversity College Dublin1988
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2005
Pure gravitational radiation with twisting rays in the linear approximation
Category: Journal of Mathematical Physics
Peer reviewed
2004
Laboratory Experiments in Electromagnetism used by the University of Texas at Dallas
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2002
Approximate Solutions of types (3,1) and (4) in the journal International Journal of Modern Physics A, Vol. 17, No. 20, pp. 2733-2734 written with Ivor Robinson, Phillip Downes and Bogdan Nita.
Category: International Journal of Modern Physics A
Peer reviewed
1999
Approximate solutions of Einstein's vacuum field equations in the type N, twisting and diverging case in the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity Vol 16 p2259f
Category: Classical and Quantum Gravity
Peer reviewed
1999
Laboratory Manual for Freshman Physics used by the University of Texas at Dallas
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University of Texas at Dallas, Lecturer at UT-Dallas (2000 - to date)
Has taught the following courses:
  • Mathematical Methods of Physics (graduate and undergraduate)
  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics (undergraduate)
  • Classical Mechanics (undergraduate)
  • Electromagnetism (undergraduate)
  • Introductory Physics lecture courses (Mechanics & Heat, Electromagnetism & Optics)
  • Introductory Physics for BioScience students.
  • Introductory Physics Lab courses College Algebra

Teaching Assistantship and Ph.D. studies in Physics (1994-1999)
  • Taught Physics Laboratory sessions (first year college level)
  • Set-up and ordered apparatus for the course
  • Designed a first year Physics laboratory course and wrote accompanying manual

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Honors
  • 1999 Recognized as an "Outstanding Teaching Assistant" by the American Association of Physics Teachers
  • 1989 Traveling Studentship Prize from the National University of Ireland
  • 1988 The Conway medal for Mathematical Physics
  • 1987 The Ciaran Ryan Prize for Mathematical Physics

Computer Skills
Computer Literacy courses including MS-Word, Excel and Access. C++ programming course from DCCCD.

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