Andy Martwick

Adjunct Professor

Department of Physics
Portland State University
SRTC

P. O. Box 751
Portland, OR 97207-0751

Office: SRTC L1-72a

 

email:  martwick_at_pdx.edu

 

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analog engineer

 

 

On special assignment W17 and S17. Will be returning in F17 for PH321.

 

 

Teaching & Syllabi

Fall 2016: PH321 Current Electricity

PH 321 F16 Martwick Falconer.pdf

 

Spring 2016: E&M part 3

PH 410 S16 Martwick.pdf

 

Winter 2016: Math Methods for Physicists

Physics 434 534 syllabus W16.pdf

 

 

 

Previous courses:

Spring 2011, 2012

PH410 / 510: Advanced Electricity and Magnetism

 

PH410 Syllabus

 

Winter 2011, Fall 2012 at Oregon Tech

EE341: E&M with Transmission Lines

 

EE341 Syllabus

 

Fall 2008, 2009, 2010l, 2011

PH321: Current Electricity

 

PH321 Syllabus

 

 

  

BIO:

Andy is a senior hardware engineer at Intel. Since 1995 he has held various positions at Intel in firmware, software, signal integrity, marketing, product planning, platform architecture, electromagnetic compliance, and I/O architecture. He worked on the high bandwidth memory standard (www.jedec.org), GDDR5, wrote the USB3 electrical specification (www.usb.org), co-chaired the PCIe jitter working group, and authored sections of the PCI express electrical specification (www.pcisig.org). He is a PhD candidate at Portland State University, where he received the M.S. degree in physics. He has been an adjunct at the PSU physics department since 2008, teaching Math Methods, Circuits and E&M upper division / graduate level courses.