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Bruce P. Wittmershaus

Bruce P. Wittmershaus
 


Research Interests
My research interests include: Biological Physics, Applications of Biomolecules (Solar Devices, Optical and Electronic Properties), Photosynthesis, Visible Spectroscopy, Molecular nanotechnology and Biological Thin Films.


Education
    B.A.(1978) Physics, Franklin and Marshall College 
    Ph.D.(1986) Physics, University of Rochester 

Papers
  1. Resolution of low-energy chlorophylls in photosystem I of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 at 77 and 295 K through fluorescence excitation anisotropy, V.M. Woolf, B.P. Wittmershaus, W.F.J. Vermaas and T.D. Tran. Photosynthesis Research 40, (1994) pp. 21-34.
  2. Temperature dependence and polarization of fluorescence from photosystem I in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803, B.P. Wittmershaus, V.W. Woolf, and W.F.J. Vermaas. Photosynthesis Research 31 (1992) pp. 75-87.

Hobbies

Dr. Bruce P. Wittmershaus
bpw@shahrazad.bd.psu.edu
Physics Department
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Penn. St. Univ., Behrend College
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Erie, Pennsylvania
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