I conduct theoretical investigations of advanced particle accelerators, molecular structure and ice crystal growth.
Dr. Troha received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Theoretical Physics and a Master of Science Degree in Condensed Matter Physics from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey. He subsequently went to California, where he obtained his Master’s Degree in Microwave Engineering and a doctoral degree in Applied Science from the University of California at Davis while performing his thesis research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Since 2005, he has been a professor in the Department of Physics at Seton Hall University.
Dr. Troha’s present research interests include theoretical and numerical studies of relativistic electron-photon interactions, comprising laser-driven particle accelerators and novel X-ray sources for bio-medical imaging utilizing non-linear Compton scattering, Mathematical Physics, Quantum Electrodynamics, theoretical modeling of the electronic structure of molecules and the complex phenomenon of ice crystal formation and growth.
- Ph.D., Applied Science, University of California at Davis
- M.S., Microwave Engineering, University of California at Davis
- M.S., Physics, Stevens Institute of Technology
- B.S. with Thesis, Physics, Stevens Institute of Technology
- Past recipient of an Advanced Thermionic Research Initiative (ATRI) Fellowship from the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research.