George Strecher

George Stecher
Titles
  • Professor
Departments
  • Physics + Astronomy
Contact
Office Locations
  • George Stecher, Lyle Ford, Natalie Bianchi, Brian D. Warner, and Larry Robinson. "On the Period of 1607 Xosa." Minor Planet Bulletin 36 (2009): 138–139.
  • Lyle Ford, George Stecher, Kayla Lorenzen, and Cole Cooke. "Photometric Measurements of 343 Ostara and Other Asteroids at Hobbs Observatory." Minor Planet Bulletin 36 (2009): 77.
  • N. Montigiani, W. Benedetti, M. Manucci, S. Riccetti, George Stecher, Lyle Ford, Kayla Lorenzen, and Sarah Ulrich. "The Period of 2167 Erin."Minor Planet Bulletin 35 (2008): 107–108.
  • George Stecher, Lyle Ford, Kayla Lorenzen, and Sarah Ulrich. "Photometric Measurements of 1084 Tamariwa at Hobbs Observatory." Minor Planet Bulletin 35 (2008): 76–77.
  • Lyle Ford, George Stecher, Theodore Jaeger, Paul Martin, and William Smethells. "Determination of the Rotational Period of Asteroid 367 Amicitia Using Differential Photometry." IAPPP Communication 85 (2001): 35–43.
  • George J. Stecher, Lyle A. Ford, and James D. Elbert. "Equipping a 0.6 Meter Alt-Azimuth Telescope for Photometry." IAPPP Communication 76 (1999): 68–74.
  • Yue Hu, G. J. Stecher, T. J. Gramila, and R. C. Richardson. "Magnetic Coupling in Thermal-Boundary Resistance between Thin Silver Films and Liquid 3He in the Millikelvin Regime." Physical Review B 54 (1996): R9639–R9642.
  • G. J. Stecher, Yue Hu, T. J. Gramila, and R. C. Richardson. "Kapitza Resistance Measurement Using Glass Capacitors." Journal of Low Temperature Physics 101 (1995): 599–604.
  • G. J. Stecher, Y. Hu, T. J. Gramila, and R. C. Richardson. "Kapitza Resistance between Silver and 3He at Millikelvin Temperatures." Physica B 165&166 (1990): 525–526.

Research and Creative Activities
  • Photometry of asteroids.
Education
  • Ph.D., Cornell Univeristy (Physics)
  • M.S., Cornell Univeristy (Physics)
  • B.S., California Institute of Technology (Physics)