Dr. Sewan Fan

     Educational Background:

  • B.A. in Physics--San Francisco State University
  • M. Phil.in Physics--University of Hong Kong
  • Ph.D. in Physics--University of Hong Kong

Prior to coming to Hartnell college to teach physics, Dr. Fan was a research associate at the Stanford Linear Accelerator (SLAC) and a member of the fractional charge search experimental group there. Before that he did physics research at the University of Washington and Indiana University. His previous teaching experience was with junior and senior year physics students in the area of laboratory experiments and senior year projects taught at The University of Hong Kong. Other courses taught at Hartnell include the calculus based physics series laboratories for physics 4A, 4B and 4C, and Physics 10--Introduction to Physics. When not preparing for his physics classes, Dr. Fan enjoys hiking, the great outdoors, watching foreign movies and documentaries.

Courses being taught spring semester 2014:

  • Physics 10 Lec M 6:00--8:50 PM in N-11
  • Physics 10 Lab W 6:00--8:50 PM in N-11
  • Physics 4C Lab TH 3:00--6:00 PM in N-11
  • Physics 4C Lab W 2:00--4:50 PM in M-11