Robert Teese


LivePhoto Physics Project
LivePhoto Interactive Video Vignettes

Contact Information

OfficeCAR 2120
Phone(585) 475-6578

Dr. Teese received an M.A. in experimental physics and a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of Texas at Austin. He worked on theoretical elementary particle physics during postdoctoral positions at the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich and at the University of Mainz. His current interests include physics education research and curriculum development. He is the director of the LivePhoto Physics project, which published a book of video-analysis activities for introductory physics courses and is currently developing Interactive Video Vignettes. The project has been holding frequent workshops for university and high-school teachers. He is also leading the Teamworks project, which is developing an on-line authoring system for undergraduate laboratory reports.

Selected Publications

Physics with Video Analysis by Priscilla Laws, Robert Teese, Maxine Willis, and Patrick Cooney. Published by Vernier Software & Technology (Beaverton, OR), August 2009.
"Inexpensive schlieren video technique using sensor dead space as a grid" (with Matthew M. Waters), Optical Engineering 43 (11) 2501 (2004).
"New data and the theory of hyperon semileptonic decays" (with A. Bohm, A. Garcia and P. Kielanowski), Revista Fis. Mex. 31, 361 (1985).
"Corrections to the baryon magnetic moments in the quark model," Phys. Rev. D24, 1413 (1981).
"Spectrum-generating group of the symmetric top molecule" (with A. Bohm), J. Math. Phys. 17, 94 (1976).