Tony A. Hall


08/2000 Ph.D. in Physics, Purdue University; Advisor: Professor John P. Finley
Dissertation: "Search for TeV (-ray Emission from Pulsars in Binary Systems"

05/1996 M.S. in Physics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana

05/1994 B.S. in Physics, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas (cum laude)


08/2001 - present Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

07/2000 - 08/2001 Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Iowa State University

06/1997 - 06/2000 Research Assistant, Physics Department, Purdue University


2000 - 2001 Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Predoctoral

Research Review Committee Chair

1999 - 2000 Time Allocation Committee, Whipple Gamma-ray Collaboration

1993 - 1994 Faculty-Student Departmental Review Committee,

Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics,

Arkansas State University


Very High Energy (1012 eV) Astrophysics

High Mass X-ray Binaries

Millisecond Radio Binaries

Plerionic and Isolated Pulsars

Active Galactic Nuclei

X-ray Astronomy

High Mass X-ray Binaries

Eclipsing Binaries


American Physical Society (Astrophysics Division)

Four Corners Section of the American Physical Society

American Astronomical Society (High Energy Astrophysics Division)


12 in refereed journals and 15 conference proceedings

Most recent major publications

M.S.E. Roberts, P.F. Michelson, D.A. Leahy, T.A. Hall, J.P. Finley,
L.R. Cominsky, R. Srinivasan, "Phase Dependent Spectral Variability in 4U1907+09,"
Astrophysical Journal, 555, 967 (2001)

T.A. Hall, J.P. Finley, R.H.D. Corbet, & R.C. Thomas,
"RXTE Observations of the X-ray Binary 2S 0114+650,"
Astrophyical Journal, 536, 450 (2000)

T.A. Hall, A.T. Sustich, "Gamma Ray Emissions from Binary Pulsar Systems,"
Journal of Undergraduate Research in Physics, 13, 53 (1994)