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Margaret Pease started teaching at Lawrence Technological University in August 2019. She holds a Master’s degree in Physics from the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada. She currently teaches Colleges Physics I and II and creates fun and challenging learning environments to students. Prior to teaching at LTU, Margaret has provided instruction of Conceptual Physics, General Physics I and II, Physics for Scientists and Engineers I and II, Astronomy and laboratory at Schoolcraft, Henry Ford and Macomb Community Colleges in Michigan.
Naylor, D. A. and Tahic, M. K., Apodizing functions for Fourier Transform Spectroscopy, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A 24, 3644-3648 (2007)
Naylor, D.A., Gom, B.G., Fulton, T.R., Tahic, M.K., and Davis, G.R., Increased efficiency through undersampling in Fourier transform spectroscopy, Optical Society of America, FTS topical meeting, Alexandria, Virginia, February 2005.
Tahic, M.K. and Naylor, D.A., Apodization functions for Fourier Transform Spectroscopy, Optical Society of America, FTS topical meeting, Alexandria, Virginia, February 2005.
Naylor, D.A., Fulton, T.R., Davis, P.W., Chapman, I.M., Gom, B.G., Spencer, L.D., Lindner, J.V., Nelson-Fitzpatrick, N.E., Tahic, M.K., Davis, G.R., Data processing pipeline for a time-sampled imaging Fourier transform spectrometer, Proc. SPIE, Imaging Spectrometry X 5546 (2004)
Naylor, D.A., Gom, B.G., Tahic, M.K., Davis, G.R., Astronomical spectroscopy using an aliased, step-and-integrate, Fourier transform spectrometer, Proc. SPIE, Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 5498 (2004)G. Flynn, J. Rasmussen, M. Tahic and M. A. Walton, Higher-genus su(N) fusion multiplicities as polytope volumes, Journal of Physics A 35, 10129-10147 (2002)