Spring 2015 - Office Hours:

and TRF@10-11am
or by appointment

Scientific Interests:

- Young Star Cluster Evolution
- Massive Stars
- Astronomical Imaging and Spectroscopy

Anne Pellerin

Assistant Professor

Physics & Astronomy

ISC 228F
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454


My Personal Website

Faculty Information


  • Ph.D. in Physics (Astrophysics), Université Laval
  • M. Sc. in Physics (Astrophysics), Université Laval
  • B. Sc. in Physics, Université Laval


  • Mount Allison University, Assistant Professor
  • Texas A&M University, Postdoctoral Research Associate
  • Johns Hopkins University, Research Associate
  • Space Telescope Science Institute, Postdoctoral Research Associate
Spring 2015 Classes

PHYS 125:
Analytical Physics II

    An analytical, calculus-based treatment of charge, electrostatic and magnetostatic fields, simple applications of Maxwell's equations, Lenz's law, basic electrical circuits, mechanical and electromagn
    etic waves, and geometric optics. Prerequisites: PHYS 123 or permission of instructor. Corequisites: PHYS 126 or PHYS 116 or permission of department. Prerequisites/ Corequisites: MATH 222 or MATH 228 permission of instructor. Offered every spring
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PHYS 126:
Analytical Physics II Lab

    An experimental course developing laboratory and analytical skills in physics. Includes experiments in electric fields, Ohm's law, use of the oscilloscope, and electric circuits. Prerequisites: PHYS
    124 or permission of department. Corequisites: PHYS 125 or permission of department. Offered every spring
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PHYS 228:
Mathematical Methods inPhysics

    This course is an introduction to the application of various mathematical tools to specific problems in physics. Methods will include complex numbers, coordinate transformations, vector calculus, mat
    rices, Fourier transforms, series solutions, and probability. This course will also include numerical methods using software including spreadsheets and symbolic mathematical manipulators. Prerequisites/Corequisities: PHYS 224 or permission of department. Offered every spring
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PHYS 341:
Seminar in Physics

    Presentations are made by students enrolled, faculty members, and invited guests. Each student is expected to attend each scheduled meeting and to make at least one oral presentation on a topic approv
    ed by the instructor. Prerequisites: Junior standing or permission of department. Offered every spring
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