Dr. Douglas Dunham
- Grew up in Darlington, Wisconsin.
- Received Bachelors Degree in Physics from Beloit College in 1989.
- Received M.S. in Physics from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1992.
- Received Ph.D. in Physics from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1995.
- Research Scientist for Northern Illinois University from 1995-1997, conducting research experiments at the Synchrotron Radiation Center in Stoughton,WI and at the Advanced Light Source, in Berkely, CA.
- Assistant Professor at Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA, 1997-1999.
- Assistant Professor, UWEC Physics and Astronomy Department, 1999-2004.
- Associate Professor, UWEC Physics and Astronomy Department, 2004-2008
- Professor,UWEC Physics and Astronomy Department, 2009-
- Director, Materials Science Center 2004-present
- Director, Center for Adaptive Microsystems, 2007-present
- Professor, UWEC Materials Science Program 2012- present
- Physics 100: Physical Science;Physics 211: General Physics 1; Physics 212: General Physics 2; Physics 231: University Physics 1; Physics 232: University Physics 2;Physics 375: Electromagnetic Fields; Physics 430 Advanced Lab
- Materials Science 355: Materials Characterization, Materials Science 338:Physics of the Solid State, Materials Science 310 Introduction to Nanoscience
- Silicon Carbide Nanowire growth and characterization
- Spectroscopic studies of Silicon Carbide- characterizing the surface of single crystal SiC by means of X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, LEED, Photoemission extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure and various other surface techniques
- Materials Science and Nanotechnology Presentations at local schools
- Workshops for Teachers, Materials Science and Nanotechnology