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Dr. Gregory W. Anderson
Professor of Physics
Northeastern Illinois University
Physics & Astronomy

Office: 217C BBH
phone: (773) 442-5753

Current Interests

My current scholarship focuses on environmental science, hydrodynamics and paddlesports. I'm currently writing a book on the physics of paddle sports. Below are some of my talks on this subject. When I'm not teaching or writing, I can be found expedition paddling. In 2015, I paddled 1300 miles up the Inside Passage from Anacortes, WA to Skagway, AK. In 2017, I made a successful solo circumnavigation of Vancouver Island by sea kayak. The summer of 2018 will take me on an arctic canoe expedition to Hudson Bay.

My past research includes theories of elementary particles, cosmology and the three body problem. You can find my publications on phase transitions in the early universe, grand unification, dark matter and other subjects in the links on the right hand side.

Modern Physics
Intro. Env. Sci.
Universe: Past, Present & Future
Virtual Physics Lab
Research Interests
Curriculum Vitae
My schedule
Last Updated: 6/26/2018