Dr. Sarracino graduated from the University of Victoria with a Ph.D. in Physics (General Relativity).
For a long time, Dr. Sarracino has taught courses in most branches of physics, and in selected areas of applied mathematics: electrodynamics, classical mechanics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, vibrations and waves, continuum mechanics, vector Calculus, selected topics in numerical analysis (particularly Discrete Element analysis and Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics), and detonation physics.
For a while, he worked in South Africa on a special numerical model to simulate the effects of blasting in rock, and later worked on models simulating the mechanical breakdown of rock in grinding mills, which comprise the first stage in ore processing.
In Los Alamos, Mr. Robert formed a small mathematics consulting company, and became interested in deep-source geothermal energy.
His outside interests include the interface & harmony between science and religion.
Dr. Saracino is teaching Mathematics II and Statistics now at the American University of Iraq Sulaimani.
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