Timothy Heumier, Ph.D., has taught physics, physical science, and astronomy at schools in Texas, Indiana, Washington state, and during the first year of the brand new Cal State University at Channel Islands. He teaches physical science and astronomy and all levels of physics at Azusa Pacific University.
Before coming to APU, he worked at a startup company in West Los Angeles that was acquired by Intel Corp., working on products to enable high-speed fiberoptic-based telecommunications. Heumier did consulting work for automotive manufacturing, optical instrument, and fiber optic companies.
His current areas of research include investigation of several "small science" topics and a novel method of solar power transformation to electrical power.
Ph.D. - Montana State University, 1992
M.S. - University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, 1978
B.S. - Angelo State University, 1973
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Crookes’ Radiometer
- Mode Hopping in Diode Lasers
Courses Taught – Principles of Physical Science
– Introduction to Astronomy
– Physics for Life Sciences I
– Physics for Life Sciences II
– Physics for Science and Engineering I
– Physics for Science and Engineering II
– Electric Circuits
– Waves and Optics
– Advanced Laboratory
– Physics Seminar
– Humans and Scientific Inquiry
Tuesday and Wednesday 1:05 - 2:30 p.m. and Friday 1:00 - 1:55 p.m.
Segerstrom Science Center, Room 110, West Campus