Abebe Kebede

Abebe Kebede Abebe Kebede

Ethiopian Physicist

B.S. in Physics (Minor in Math), Addis Ababa University (1982), Ethiopia; M.A. in Physics (1986) Temple university
 
Ph.D. (1990) Temple University
 
Department of Physics North Carolina A&T State University
 
Dr. Kebede is interested in the African Distance Learning Program
 
Other Experience: 8/90-5/92 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Physics Temple University. 
8/92-8/93 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Physics North Carolina A&T State University. 
8/93- Assistant Professor, Department of Physics North Carolina A&T State University. 
Dr. Kebede is also involved with the African Distance Learning Association, and the Ethiopian Distance Learning Assoication
 
In 1991 he was recognized by The B. F. Goodrich Collegiate Inventors Program for a distinguished contribution to the 1991 national invention competition.
 
 
Published Research
 
4. A. Lacerda,J.D. Goettee, J.L. Smith, and A. Kebede, Magentic Field Dependece of the Energy Gap of SmB6, Bulletin of APS, Vol. 41, No. 1, March 1996
 
3. A. Kebede, G.X. Tessema, M. Skove, C. Schneider, and H. Safar, Resistivity and Magnetic Susceptibility of Mixed Phase BiSCCO Superconducting Whiskers: Bulletin of APS, Vol. 41, No. 1, March 1996
 
2. J.T. Wang, Stanely Tsai, Willie Williams, Saligrama SubbaRao, A. Kebede and J. E. Crow, Impurity effect of S on Superconductivity in YBa2Cu3SO, Bulletin of APS; Vol. 35, No. 3, p. 248, March 1990.
 
1. D.E. Maclaughin, M. Takigawa, P.C. Hammel, R.H. Heffner, D. Thompson, J.E. Crow, A. Kebede, T. Mihalisin, J.Schwegler, 63Cu NMR in the Normal State of Y1-xPrxBa2Cu3O7, Bulletin of APS; Vol. 35, No. 3, p429, March 1990.

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