Year  Fall  Winter 

2021  P3800 Computational Physics P4820 Mathematical Physics II 

2020  P2820 Computational Mechanics  P3800 Computational Physics P4820 Mathematical Physics II 
2019  Sabbatical  Sabbatical 
2018  P1050 General Physics I: Mechanics P3820 Mathematical Physics 
P3800 Computational Physics 
2017  no teaching  P6402 Theory of Phase Transitions P3800 Computational Physics 
2016  P3220 Classical Mechanics P1050 General Physics I: Mechanics 
P3800 Computational Physics CMSC6950 Computer Based Res. Tools and App. (team taught) 
2015  P3820 Mathematical Physics  P2820 Computational Mechanics P1050 General Physics I: Mechanics 
2014  Sabbatical  Sabbatical 
2013  P2820 Computational Mechanics P3400 Thermodynamics 
P2820 Computational Mechanics CMSC6920  Scientific Programming 
2012  P1050  General Physics I: Mechanics  P2820  Computational Mechanics P4400 Statistical Mechanics CMSC6920  Scientific Programming 
2011  P1050  General Physics I: Mechanics P2820  Computational Mechanics  P2820  Computational Mechanics CMSC6920  Scientific Programming 
2010  P1050  General Physics I: Mechanics  P2820  Computational Mechanics
CMSC6920  Scientific Programming 
2009  P1050  General Physics I: Mechanics  P2820  Computational Mechanics 
2008  P3500  Electromagnetic Fields I P2820  Computational Mechanics 
P2820  Computational Mechanics 
2007  P3400  Thermodynamics  P2820  Computational Mechanics 
2006  P3400  Thermodynamics  P2820  Computational Mechanics 
Greg presenting his talk at AUPAC 2009.
Silica is a major component of the earth's crust and mantle. Sand is a form of silica. The tetrahedral structure of silica makes it analogous in some ways to water. The two often combine in pleasant ways. As an undergraduate years ago, I downloaded an image from the web that illustrates this point, but lost information on whose painting it was. I had posted it below in hopes that someone might provide this information. Thanks go to Simeon Hanks for finding this information. The painting is called "Day by the Sea" (День у моря) by David Davidovich Shterenberg (b. 1931, d. 2014), and can be found by browsing through some of his paintings here.
Elon Musk: Physics is the secret sauce at 18:46.