Richard Gnall

Computer Science Engineering Physics Teaching

Richard Gnall is an ex-Bell Labs physicist
with experience researching and developing
semi-conductor lasers and related optical devices
for the telecommunications industry.

He has degees in physics from Cornell University
and the University of Southern California.

Richard currently teaches math, physics, engineering and computer science in Connecticut.
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Richard Gnall is an ex-Bell Labs physicist
with research experience developing
semi-conductor lasers and other
telecommunications-related optical devices.

He currently teaches math, physics, engineering and computer science in Connecticut.
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