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bc_phys_engineer_faculty_arammash_fouziFouzi Arammash, Ph.D., is an associate professor of physics and the chair of the Physics and Engineering department at Benedict College, Columbia, South Carolina. He received a B.S. degree in electrical engineering and a B.S. degree in physics from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He has also received an M.S. degree in physics from the University of Mississippi and a Ph.D. degree in physics from the University of Arkansas.  Dr. Arammash specialized in condensed matter physics. His research includes synthesis and characterization of high temperature superconductors (bulk and thin film), the use of Lasers in thin film deposition, the study of structural phase transition in solids, and the study of defects in semiconductors using ultrasonic techniques. Dr. Arammash was awarded the American Chemical Society Summer 2003 Research Fellowship. He conducted research with Dr. Prozorov's group at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Arammash has attended several professional meetings and workshops and has several publications and has given several research presentations at the March Meetings of the American Physical Society. He also has two book chapters in Advances in Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering, by Springer, Germany, 2006 and 2007 respectively. Dr. Arammash is also interested in curriculum development and in the teaching and learning of physics. He has over ten years of teaching experience.


Department: Physics and Engineering
Email: arammashf@benedict.edu
Phone: 803-705-4311

Courses Taught at BC

Phys 140 General Earth Science
Phys 243 Principles of Physics I
Phys 243 Principles of Physics II
Phys 331 Mechanics I
Phys 332 Mechanics II
ENGR 130 Intro to Engineering

Research Interest

  1. Condensed matter physics
  2. Synthesis and characterization of high temperature superconductors (bulk and thin film)
  3. The use of Lasers in thin film deposition
  4. The study of structural phase transition in solids
  5. The study of defects in semiconductors using ultrasonic techniques

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