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About Dr. Martín Hoecker-Martínez[edit | edit source]

I am a Assistant professor of physics at the University of Redlands. Prior to that I was a research fellow at University of Michigan in the Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering Department. My Ph.D. is in physical oceanography from the College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Science at Oregon Stat Universty I have a masters degree in applied physics from Caltech and bachelors degree in physics from Harvey Mudd College. l also taught physics at colleges, universities and community colleges in southern California from 2005 to 2008.

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