Laurence I. Gould, Ph.D.

About The Member:

Dr. Gould is a professor of Physics at the University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.  He received his Bachelor's degree at Carnegie-Mellon University and his Master's and Doctorate degrees at Temple University in Philadelphia. His areas of interest include Connections between Non-Local Dynamical Equations and Conservation Laws, Computational Physics using Symbolic Algebra, Critical Investigations of the Claims about “Global Warming/Climate Change/Global Climate Disruption”, Symmetry in Science Education, History and Philosophy of Science, and Foundations of Quantum Theory.  Dr. Gould has lectured and published extensively in many areas, such as the history and philosophy of science and global warming/climate change.