Patrick Woodworth

Woodworth

Instructor
701 W. Grace St., 2417
phwoodworth@vcu.edu
804.828.1818

EDUCATION
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
M.S. in Physics/Applied Physics 2002
Thesis: STM studies of Cu:Si (5 5 12) System

SUNY College at Cortland
B.S. in Physics/Math 1997

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
Instructor, VCU, Physics Department, 2010 – present/ 2004 – 2007
Teacher, Dover High School, Dover, New Hampshire, 2007 – 2010
Teacher, Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School, Tappahannock, Virginia, 2003 – 2004
Lab Specialist Manager, Old Dominion University Research Foundation, Newport News, Virginia, 2002 – 2003
Teacher, Monacan High School, Chesterfield, Virginia, 1998 – 2000

RESEARCH
PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS:
Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology “STM Studies of Cu:Si (5 5 12) System”, P.H. Woodworth, J.C. Moore, A.A. Baski

Surface Science “Oxygen Etching of Si(5 5 12) and Related Surfaces”, J.C. Moore, P.H. Woodworth, A.A. Baski

PRESENTATIONS:
“How to use DoD to your advantage,” P.H. Woodworth, J.L. Skrobiszewski, 13th LON-CAPA Conference and Workshop in Richmond, VA May 19-21, 2011

“Growth and O2 Reactivity of the Cu/Si(5 5 12) System,” P.H. Woodworth, J.C. Moore, A.A. Baski, 49th AVS Natl. Symposium in Denver, CO, Nov. 4-8, 2002.

“Oxygen Etching of Si (5 5 12) and Related Surfaces,” J.C. Moore, P.H. Woodworth, J.L. Skrobiszewski, A.A. Baski, Nano-7 and ECOSS-21 in Malmo, Sweden, June 24-28, 2002.

“Growth of Cu on Si(5 5 12),” P.H. Woodworth, J.C. Moore, J.L. Skrobiszewski, A.A. Baski, 48th AVS Natl. Symposium in San Francisco, CA, Oct. 28-Nov. 2, 2001.

TEACHING
COURSES TAUGHT:
INSC300, Experiencing Science INSC201, Energy!
INSC310, Contents of Elementary Science PHYS207, University Physics I
PHYS352, Guided Inquiry for Physics II PHYS107, Wonders of Technology

NEW INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL DEVELOPED:

  • Developed the Experiencing Science course
  • Developed Physics208 recitation course

SERVICE
Lab Instructor Search Committee 2013
Teaching Lab Coordinator