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Carl Wolfe

Carl Wolfe

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Carl Wolfe
Contractually Limited Appointment, Research Stream


Division of Natural Science


Office Location PSE 227

About Me

My research is focused on subatomic physics at the proton mass scale. Most recently I have worked on applications of QCD sum rules to parts of the muon g-2 problem. I have also been involved in pedagogical research concerning online learning.

I teach NATS courses with a physical science emphasis, including Science, Technology, and the Environment (NATS 1840), Light & Sound (NATS 1720), NATS 1520 (The Science & Technology of Music), and NATS 1810 (Energy).

I also teach in the Department of Math & Stats where I have been involved with MATH 1300 & MATH 1013 (Differential Calculus) and MATH 1025 (Linear Algebra).

Research Areas

High Energy and Particle Physics, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

UN Goals

Affordable and Clean Energy, Quality Education, Responsible Consumption and Production