James Livingston Condensed Matter Physics, crystals, magnets, superconductors, semiconductors

Prof. Livingston has performed research on ferromagnetic, superconducting, and mechanical properties of metals and alloys. He is now primarily occupied with teaching and writing.

Career ideas:

  • research scientist, physics
  • research scientist, electronics
  • research scientist, communications
  • research scientist, aerospace
  • research scientist, remote sensing
  • nuclear physicist
  • optics physicist
  • plasma physicist
  • solid state physicist
  • astrophysicist
  • cosmologist
  • experimental physicist

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Physics Professor
MIT, Boston
Last Updated
October 13, 2011

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I am curious. What if two magnetic field lines were to intersect each other? What would this imply about the forces that act on a charge moving through this region?

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