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Terry Pilling, Visiting Professor

Ph.D., Physics, North Dakota State University, 2002.
M.Sc., Physics, Saskatchewan Accelerator Laboratory, 1998.
B.Sc., Physics and Engineering Physics, University of Saskatchewan, 1996.

South Engineering 301
Tel: (701) 231-8974 Fax: (701) 231-7088
Email: terry.pilling@ndsu.edu

Teaching

Fall 2013: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Fall 2008: PHYS 120 -- Introductory Physics
Fall 2008: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Spring 2008: PHYS 251 -- University Physics I
Spring 2008: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Fall 2007: PHYS 251 -- University Physics I
Fall 2007: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Spring 2007: PHYS 251 -- University Physics I
Spring 2007: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Spring 2007: PHYS 494/796 -- General Relativity
Fall 2006: PHYS 120 -- Introductory Physics
Fall 2006: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Fall 2006: PHYS 494/796 -- Quantum Field Theory
Spring 2006: PHYS 251 -- University Physics I
Spring 2006: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Fall 2005: PHYS 251 -- University Physics I
Fall 2005: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Fall 2005: PHYS 494/796 -- String Theory
Spring 2005: PHYS 251 -- University Physics I
Spring 2005: PHYS 252 -- University Physics II
Fall 2004: PHYS 120 -- Introductory Physics
Fall 2004: PHYS 251 -- University Physics I

Research Interests

  • Dark Entropy and cosmic acceleration and the holographic principle.
  • Black Hole Skyrmions.
  • Graviational Anomaly derivation of Hawking radiation.
  • Quasiclassical (tunneling) derivation of Hawking radiation.
  • Black Hole Thermodynamics.
  • Stochastic Rotation Dynamics Computer Simulations.
  • Rarita-Schwinger fields and higher spin fields in particle physics.
  • Problems involving Quantum Field Theory, e.g. the muon g-2 problem.
  • Gauge theory and algebraic topology.
  • Number Theory.

Publications

17. Quasi-classical Hawking Temperatures and Black Hole Thermodynamics.
Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.). Sept 2008. 7pp.
Published in Proceedings of Quarks 2008, 15th international seminar on high energy physics, 2008.

16. Comments on anomaly versus WKB/tunneling methods for calculating Unruh radiation.
Valeria Akhmedova, Terry Pilling, Andrea de Gill, Douglas Singleton . Aug 2008. 15pp..
Submitted to Phys.Rev.D, 2008.
e-Print: arXiv:0808.3413 [hep-th] 

15. Dark Entropy.
Richard T. Hammond (North Carolina U. & Army Res., Res. Triangle Park) , Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) . Jun 2008. 7pp..
Submitted to Phys.Rev.Lett, 2008.
e-Print: arXiv:0806.1277 [gr-qc]

14. Subtleties in the quasi-classical calculation of Hawking radiation.
Emil T. Akhmedov (Moscow, ITEP) , Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) , Douglas Singleton (Fresno State) . May 2008. 6pp..
Published in Int.J.Mod.Phys.D, 2008.
e-Print: arXiv:0805.2653 [gr-qc]

13. Temporal contribution to gravitational WKB-like calculations.
Valeria Akhmedova (Moscow, ITEP) , Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) , Andrea de Gill, Douglas Singleton (Fresno State) . Apr 2008. 7pp.
Published in Phys.Lett.B666:269-271,2008.
e-Print: arXiv:0804.2289 [hep-th]

12. Black Hole Thermodynamics and the Factor of 2 Problem.
Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) . Jan 2008. 4pp.
Published in Phys.Lett.B660:402-406,2008.

11. Tunneling derived from Black Hole Thermodynamics.
Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) . Sep 2007. 4pp.
e-Print: arXiv:0709.1624 [gr-qc]

10. Thermal radiation of various gravitational backgrounds.
Emil T. Akhmedov (Moscow, ITEP) , Valeria Akhmedova (Fresno State) , Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) , Douglas Singleton (Fresno State) . ITEP-TH-19-06, May 2006. 8pp.
Published in Int.J.Mod.Phys.A22:1705-1715,2007.
e-Print: hep-th/0605137

9. Symmetry of massive Rarita-Schwinger fields.
Terry Pilling (Dubna, JINR & Moscow, ITEP) . Apr 2004. 27pp.
Published in Int.J.Mod.Phys.A20:2715-2742,2005.
e-Print: hep-th/0404131

8. New symmetry current for massive spin-3/2 fields.
Terry Pilling (Dubna, JINR & Moscow, ITEP) . Apr 2004. 9pp.
Published in Mod.Phys.Lett.A19:1781,2004.
e-Print: hep-ph/0404089

7. Antisymmetric tensor contribution to the muon g-2.
Terry Pilling, Richard T. Hammond (North Dakota State U.) , P.F. Kelly (Eastern Michigan U.) . May 2002. 7pp.
Published in Gen.Rel.Grav.36:2131-2138,2004.
e-Print: hep-th/0205102

6. Gauge torsion gravity, string theory, and antisymmetric tensor interactions.
Terry Glenn Pilling (North Dakota State U.) . UMI-31-03621, 2002. 316pp.
Ph.D. Thesis (Advisor: Patrick F. Kelly).

5. Physically inspired analysis of prime number constellations.
P.F. Kelly, Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) . Aug 2001. 4pp.
e-Print: hep-th/0108241

4. Discrete reanalysis of a new model of the distribution of twin primes.
P.F. Kelly, Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) . Jun 2001. 8pp.
e-Print: math-NT/0106223

3. Implications of a new characterization of the distribution of twin primes.
P.F. Kelly, Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) . Apr 2001. 4pp.
e-Print: math-NT/0104205

2. Characterization of the distribution of twim primes.
P.F. Kelly, Terry Pilling (North Dakota State U.) . Mar 2001. 8pp.
e-Print: math-NT/0103191

1. Threshold Pion Photoproduction.
Terry Glenn Pilling (University of Saskatchewan.) . 1998. 198pp.
M.Sc. Thesis (Advisor: Denis Skopik).


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