Dr. Todd M. Tinsley

Tinsley, Todd

Associate Professor of Physics

Office: Acxiom Hall 112
Phone: (501) 450-1404
Fax: (501) 450-3829
E-mail: tinsley@hendrix.edu
  • Ph.D., University of Texas
  • B.A., Hendrix College
Dr. Tinsley is a theorist working in the area of elementary particles and fields. He studies how the most fundamental constituents of matter behave in the presence of intense electromagnetic fields. The strength of these fields can only be found in the most exotic astrophysical phenomena (e.g. supernovae, magnetars) and in laboratories for the briefest of moments (~10-15s).For the last five years Dr. Tinsley has also served as the faculty advisor to the Hendrix College chapter of the Society of Physics Students. You can follow us on facebook.

2013-2014 Courses

  • Fall
    • LBST 150 TEC:  Origins and Ethics
    • PHYS 305 Vibrations and Waves
    • PHYS GP1 General Physics I Lab
  • Spring (On Sabbatical Leave)

Recent Publications

  • with D.A. Dicus, W.W. Repko, and A. Farzinnia, "Muon decay in a linearly polarized laser field." Physical Review D 80, 073004 (2009).
  • with D.A. Dicus, W.W. Repko, and A. Farzinnia, "Muon decay in a laser field." Physical Review D 79, 013004 (2009).
  • with D.A. Dicus, W.W. Repko, and A. Farzinnia, "Pair Production with neutrinos in a background magnetic field." Physical Review D 76, 025005 (2007).