Eddie C. Red, Ph.D.
- Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computational Sciences
Dr. Eddie C. Red is the interim dean of the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Division at Morehouse College. He is also an associate professor of Mathematics and computational sciences.
Dr. Red previously served as chair of the Mathematics and Computational Science Division and chair of the Physics & Dual-Degree Engineering Department. He has also served as a principal investigator for more than one Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration award, and director of the NuMaSS (Nuclear, Materials, and Space Science) Summer Enrichment Program for K-12 students. His experience in faculty governance as a past member of the Admissions Committee, Faculty Grievance Committee, Faculty Appeals Committee, and Faculty Research Committee.
An alumnus of Morehouse College (’00), Dr. Red attained his M.S. and Ph.D. from Florida A&M in addition to post-doctoral education at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He is an active scholar who has published in Communications Physics, Physical Review, and the Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, among other venues. Supplementing his professional written work are multiple conference presentations and leadership of the Research Experience with Diversification Laboratory, designed to providing student training and research experiences.
Dansby Hall, Room 106-A
Publications and Presentations
David Rakestraw, Denvir Higgins, Donte Harris, Mitchell Allen, Eddie Red, Dawson Lang, and
Maria Gamez. “Exploring Newton’s Second Law and Kinetic Friction using the Accelerometer Sensor in Smartphones.” Submitted to The Physics Teacher. Currently under review. (2021)
Kyaw, C., Yahiaoui, R., Burrow, J.A., Tran, V., Keelen, K., Sims, W., Red, E.C., Rockward, W.S.,
Thomas, M., Sarangan, A., Agha, I., Searles, T.A. Polarization-selective modulation of supercavity resonances originating from bound states in the continuum. Commun Phys 3, 212 (2020).
Kyaw, R. Yahiaoui, J. Burrow, V. Tran, K. Keelen, W. Sims, E. Red, M. Thomas, A. Saragan, I.
Agha, and T. Searles, “Polarization Dependence of Friedric-Wintgen Bound States in the Continuum
from THz Metasurfaces,” in Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, OSA Technical Digest (Optical Society of America, 2020), paper FM4B.1.
A. Macaluso, A. Aguilar, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, E. C. Red, R. C. Bilodeau, R. A. Phaneuf, N. C.
Sterling, B. M. McLaughlin. “Absolute Single Photoionization Cross-Section Measurements of Se2+: Experiment and Theory.” Physical Review A 92, 063424 (2015).
A. Esteves, A. Aguilar, R. C. Bilodeau, R. A. Phaneuf, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, E. C. Red, and N. C.
Sterling. “Absolute Single Photoionization Cross-Section Measurements of Se3+ and Se5+.” Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 45, 115201 (2012).
A. Esteves, R. C. Bilodeau, N. C. Sterling, R. A. Phaneuf, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, E. C. Red, and A.
Aguilar. “Absolute High-Resolution Se+ Photoionization Cross-Section Measurements with Rydberg Series Analysis.” Physical Review A 84, 013406 (2011).
C. Sterling, D. A. Esteves, R. C. Bilodeau, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, E. C. Red, R. A. Phaneuf, and A.
Aguilar. “Experimental Photoionization Cross-section Measurements in the Ground and Metastable State Threshold Region of Se+.” Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 44, 025701 (2011).
C. Sterling, M. C. Witthoeft, D. A. Esteves, R. C. Bilodeau, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, E. C. Red, R. A. Phaneuf, G. A. Alna’Washi, and A. Aguilar. “New Atomic Data for Trans-Iron Elements and Their Application to Abundance Determinations in Planetary Nebulae.” Canadian Journal of Physics 89, 379 (2011).
C. Red, A. M. Juaréz, D. Rolles, and A. Aguilar. “Exploring the Limitations of the Velocity Map
Imaging Technique for Low Kinetic Energy Photoelectrons.” Revista Mexicana de Física S 56 (2), p.
100 – 102 (2010). Proceedings of the 2008 Pan American Advanced Studies Institute (PASI), Búzios, Brazil.
Hoener, D. Rolles, A. Aguilar, R. C. Bilodeau, D. Esteves, P. Olalde Velasco, Z. D. Pešić, E. Red, and N. Berrah. “Site-selective Ionization and Relaxation Dynamics in Heterogeneous Nanosystems.” Physical Review A 81, 021201 (2010).
M. Juaréz, E. Red, M. Hoener, L. M. Hoyos-Campo, D. Rolles, N. Berrah, and A. Aguilar. “Ultralow
Kinetic Energy Photoelectron Angular Distribution Measurements in He and Ne Using a Velocity Map Imaging Spectrometer.” XXVI International Conference on Photonic, Electronic and Atomic Collisions, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 194, 022045 (2009).
Aguilar, N. C. Sterling, D. Esteves, R. C. Bilodeau, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, E. Red, P. H. Norrington, P. Ballance, and B. M. McLaughlin. “Experimental and Theoretical Photoionization Cross
Sections for Se+ from 18 eV to 31 eV.” XXVI International Conference on Photonic, Electronic and
Atomic Collisions, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 194, 022093 (2009).
M. Hoyos, E. C. Red, A. Aguilar, M. Hoener, and A. M. Juarez. “Low Kinetic Energy
Photoelectron Angular Distributions of n=2 to n=6 Helium Satellite States Using a Velocity Map
Imaging Spectrometer.” Proceedings of the XXIX International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases, Cancun, Mexico (2009).
A. Esteves, N. C. Sterling, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, R. C. Bilodeau, E. Red, R. A. Phaneuf, B. M.
McLaughlin, C. P. Ballance, and A. Aguilar. “Absolute Single Photoionization of Se3+ Ions for the
Determination of Elemental Abundances in Astrophysical Nebulae.” Proceedings of the XXIX International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases, Cancun, Mexico (2009).
A. Weatherford, E. Red, D. Joseph, and P. Hoggan. “Poisson’s Equation Solution of Coulomb
Integrals in Atoms and Molecules.” Molecular Physics 104.9 (2006): 1385-1389.
A. Weatherford, E. Red, and P. Hoggan. “Solution of Poisson’s Equation Using Spectral Forms.”
Molecular Physics 103.15-16 (2005): 2169-2172.
Red, A. Wynn III, and C. A. Weatherford. “Utility of the Polar Form of Linear Operators.”
Proceedings of the 2005 Sanibel Symposium, St. Simons Island, GA, p. 3-125, March 5 – 11, 2005.
Red, A. Wynn III, and C. A. Weatherford. “Application of the Polar R-Matrix Theory to
Electron-Hydrogen Scattering.” Bulletin of the American Physical Society 50, 77 (2005).
Red and C. A. Weatherford. “Derivation of a General Formula for the Shibuya-Wulfman Matrix.”
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 100 (2004): 208-213.
A. Weatherford, A. Wynn III, E. Red, and C. Mathis. “Application of Designer Polynomials to the Soft-Coulomb Potential.” Bulletin of the American Physical Society 49, 79 (2004).
A. Weatherford, E. Red, and A. Wynn III. “Representation of the Translation Operator in a Soft-Slater Basis: Application to the Translation of Coulomb Sturmians.” Bulletin of the American Physical Society 48, 21 (2003).
A. Weatherford, E. Red, and A. Wynn III. “Designer Polynomials, Discrete Variable Representations, and the Schrödinger Equation.” International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 90 (2002): 1289-1294.
A. Weatherford, A. Wynn III, E. Red, and C. Mathis. “Diagonalization of the Two-Electron Coulomb Operator, Geminals, and Helium.” Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference on Current
Trends in Computational Chemistry, Jackson, MS, Nov. 1 – 2, 2002, edited by J. Leszczynski, p. 173
A. Weatherford, E. Red, and A. Wynn III. “Solution of the Time-Dependent Schrödinger
Equation Using a Basis in Time.” Journal of Molecular Structure (Theochem) 592 (2002): 47-51.