777 West Harrisburg Pike
Middletown, PA 17057
Art Pallone works to bring science closer to his students, the public, and researchers with talent who may have limited resources.
Pallone has taught for more than 15 years in public and private universities, beginning his career as a Davies Fellow with the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. During that time, Pallone worked with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory to better understand the performance of body armor. He went on to develop methods that improved the signal-to-noise ratio in ion beam analysis, to use multi-modal and multi-spectral imaging and image analysis in creative ways, and to build optical instruments with his students.
His passion for science is equaled only by his passion for teaching, inside the classroom and in experiential-learning opportunities outside the classroom. He mentors students on a regular basis and enjoys conducting public outreach events. Most recently his research has been published, with a student coauthor, in Physics Education.
Nondestructive testing and evaluation
Ion beam analysis
Experimental nuclear physics
Applying my skills as a member of multidisciplinary teams
Pallone, A. K., & Barnes, P. (2016). Beyond Detection: Nuclear Physics with a Webcam in an Educational Setting. Physics Education, 51(5)
Ieta, A., Gerlach, H., Doyle, T. E., Pallone, A. K., & Amundson, R. (2009). Scaling Law for Electrospray Droplet Formation. Particulate Science and Technology 2
Pallone, A. K., & Demaree, J. D. (2009). CASSPERR: A Gamma-Gamma Cascade detector For Resonant Nuclear Reaction Analysis. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B,267.
Pallone, A. K., Addessi, M., & Evans, S. (2008). Indices for Measurement of Seeing Quality by Low-Cost Camcorder Imaging. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, 103(6)
Pallone, A. K., Demaree, J. D., & Adams, J. W. (2004). Application of Nondestructive Ion Beam Analysis to Measure Variations in the Elemental Composition of Armor Materials. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B
Ph.D. Applied Physics (Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo; Colorado Preparing Future Faculty Fellowship)
M.S. Applied Physics (Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pa.)
B.S. Aerospace Engineering (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.)