David S. Armstrong

Chancellor Professor of Physics

College of William & Mary

silly photo (my alter ego)
B.Sc., McGill University, 1981
M.Sc., Queen's University, 1984
Ph.D., University of British Columbia, 1988.

            Curiculum Vitae

    Research Interests:

My research interests are in the area of Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics.
Experiments are conducted at Jefferson Lab and TRIUMF.

A list of my publications and some recent talks is available.

Recent press coverage of the Q-weak experiment's first result, which represents the first measurement of the proton's weak charge, and which appeared in Physical Review Letters:

A preprint of the weak charge paper is here.

Some older items from the press about my research (and related things):

    Research Students:

Jim Dowd (PhD Student)
Victoria Owen (PhD Student)

You can also look at a list of recent research students with thesis titles.


Fall 2016:        Physics 101 (General Physics)
Spring 2016:   Physics 108 "Physics for the Life Sciences II"
Fall 2015:        Physics 101 (General Physics)
Spring 2015:   Physics 150 "The Quantum World" (Freshman Seminar)
                         Physics 175D (Cosmology - Discussion Section)


Contact points:

Office (W & M): (757) 221-3489    
Jefferson Lab:  (757) 269-6087        
FAX:            (757) 221-3540
E-Mail: armd@physics.wm.edu   or    armd@jlab.org
Snail-Mail:   Dept. of Physics
              P.O. Box 8795
              College of William and Mary
              Williamsburg, Virginia
              23187-8795   USA

Physics Department
College of William and Mary
last updated Dec. 2015