Leo Piilonen
Professor of Physics
Fellow, American Physical Society
2019 Outstanding Faculty Award, State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
2019 Alumni Award for Excellence in Research, Virginia Tech
Experimental Particle Physics
Ph.D.: Princeton, 1985.
B.Sc.: Toronto, 1978.
123 Robeson Hall
540-231-3356
(Fax: 540-231-7511)
piilonen@vt.edu

[Virginia Tech Department of Physics]

Course Information
 
  • Fall 2019:
    • ISC2105 (Integrated Science Curriculum)
  • Spring 2019:
    • PHYS3406 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism)
  • Fall 2018:
    • PHYS3405 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism)
  • Spring 2018:
    • PHYS3406 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism)
  • Fall 2017:
    • PHYS3405 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism)
  • Spring 2017:
    • PHYS3406 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism)
  • Fall 2016:
    • PHYS3405 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism)
  • Spring 2016:
    • PHYS2504 (Mathematical Methods in Physics)
  • Fall 2015:
    • PHYS2504 (Mathematical Methods in Physics)
  • Spring 2015:
    • PHYS2306 (Foundations of Physics I: Waves, Electricity & Magnetism, Optics)
  • Fall 2014:
    • PHYS2305 (Foundations of Physics I: Mechanics and Thermodynamics)
  • Spring 2014:
    • PHYS2306 (Foundations of Physics I: Waves, Electricity & Magnetism, Optics)
  • Fall 2013:
    • PHYS2305 (Foundations of Physics I: Mechanics and Thermodynamics)
  • Spring 2013:
    • PHYS2306 (Foundations of Physics I: Waves, Electricity & Magnetism, Optics)
  • Fall 2012:
    • PHYS2305 (Foundations of Physics I: Mechanics and Thermodynamics)
  • Spring 2012:
    • PHYS2306 (Foundations of Physics I: Waves, Electricity & Magnetism, Optics)
    • PHYS6726 (Particle Physics - team-taught)
  • Fall 2011:
    • PHYS2305 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism)
    • PHYS6725 (Particle Physics - team-taught)
  • Spring 2011:
    • PHYS2306 (Foundations of Physics I: Waves, Electricity & Magnetism, Optics)
    • PHYS2326 (Seminar for Physics Majors)
    • PHYS3406 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism: Relativity, Dynamics, Waves, Antennas)
  • Fall 2010:
    • PHYS3405 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism: Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Induction)
  • Spring 2010:
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