Dr. D. Sumith Doluweera

Department of Physics & Astronomy

Gerorgia State University

Welcome to my Home page!

I am a computational physicist. I enjoy teaching physics. I received my Ph.D. in computational condensed matter physics from the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Cincinnati. I serve as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and as Advisor for Physics Lower-Division Courses.

My Research Interests

My current research interests involve physics educational research & innovative instructions in introductory physics, applications of information theoretical techniques & data analysis, and theoretical condensed matter physics. I am fascinated by the complex phenomena that emerge in strongly correlated electron systems, such as high-temperature superconductivity and studied the effect of inhomogeneities in high-temperature superconductivity using Dynamical Cluster Approximation(DCA).

Spring 2020 Teaching Schedule

All course materials are posted in iCollege. Please visit your iCollege course page.

MONDAY

Office Hours on appointment

PHYS1112K @ CS500
from 2:00PM
to 3:50PM

TUESDAY

PHYS1112K @ ALC225
from 9:30AM
to 10:45AM

Office Hours
from 11:00AM
to 12:30PM

WEDNESDAY

PHYS1112K @ CS500
from 2:00PM
to 3:50PM

THUSRSDAY

PHYS1112K @ ALC225
from 9:30AM
to 10:45AM

Office Hours
from 11:00AM
to 12:30PM

FRIDAY

PHYS4310/6310 @ NSC272 from 12:00PM to 1:20PM

PHYS1112K @ CS500
from 2:00PM
to 2:50PM

TA Lab Practice @NSC from 3:00PM to 4:00PM