Center for Space Science and Astrophysics
Emeriti: (Professors) Robert Cannon, I-Dee Chang, Daniel B. DeBra, W.Gary Ernst, Von R. Eshleman, Robert A. Helliwell, Bruce B. Lusignan, Ronald J. P. Lyon, Laurence A. Manning, Bradford W. Parkinson, J. David Powell, Peter A. Sturrock, G. Leonard Tyler, Robert V. Wagoner; (Professors, Research) Donald L. Carpenter, Aldo V. daRosa, Antony Fraser-Smith
Director: Roger W. Romani
Associate Directors: Umran S. Inan, Philip H. Scherrer
Professors: Roger Blandford (Physics, SLAC), Elliot Bloom (SLAC), Lambertus Hesselink (Electrical Engineering), Umran S. Inan (Electrical Engineering), Steven Kahn (Physics, SLAC), Tune Kame (SLAC), Peter F. Michelson (Physics), Vahé Petrosian (Physics), Roger W. Romani (Physics), Norman H. Sleep (Geophysics), Howard Zebker (Electrical Engineering, Geophysics)
Associate Professors: Tom Abel (Physics, SLAC), Steve Allen (Physics, SLAC), Sarah Church (Physics), Guenther Walther (Statistics)
Assistant Professors: Stefan Funk (Physics, SLAC), Chao-Lin Kuo (Physics, SLAC), Risa Wechler (Physics, SLAC)
Professors (Research): C-W. Francis Everitt (HEPL), Philip H. Scherrer (Physics)
Consulting Professor: Martin Walt (Electrical Engineering)
SLAC Staff Physicist: Grzegorz Madejski
Center Offices: Varian, Room 316
Mail Code: 94305-4060
Phone: (650) 723-1439
Web Site: http://www.stanford.edu/group/CSSA
The Center for Space Science and Astrophysics is an interdepartmental organization coordinating research in space science and astrophysics. Its members are drawn from the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences in the School of Earth Sciences; the departments of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering in the School of Engineering; the departments of Applied Physics, Physics, and Statistics in the School of Humanities and Sciences; the W. W. Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory; and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. Its membership also includes all faculty and appropriate staff at the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology, located at SLAC and the Physics department.
The facilities of the center are available to any interested and qualified student, who must be admitted by and registered in a department. The departments of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Applied Physics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics offer opportunities leading to an M.S. or Ph.D. degree for work in space science or astrophysics. The center also offers opportunities to undergraduates who may, for instance, participate in research projects in their junior or senior years, on a part-time basis during the school year or on a full-time basis during the summer. The Astronomy Course Program operates a small student observatory where students may gain practical experience in astronomical observing.