Nathan Nebergall

Laboratory Manager
UC Box 
Price Hall 104
Areas I Teach 


Master of science in physics, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Ore.

Bachelor of science in physics, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Ore.

Areas of Research & Specialization

Nano-Scale Electronics: A piezoelectric-driven press device was utilized to form nanoscale wires in an attempt to develop a molecular probe.

Optical Detection of Nanoscale Surface Structure: An ultra-sensitive linear reflection concept was utilized to observe nanoscale surface structure and dynamics optically.

Additional Areas of Interest: Econophysics, Finance, Real Estate

Specialized Teaching

Oregon State University Departments of Physics, and Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Analog and Digital Electronics
  • Computer Interfacing and Instrumentation
  • Optics for Engineers
  • Optics for Technicians


Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Honor Society


Undergraduate Research Innovation Creativity Scholarship: Summer 2002. Awarded to support my undergraduate research activities.

Nicodemus Physics Scholarship: Fall of 2001. Awarded for outstanding academic achievement in the study of physics.