Renaud Stauber

Renaud Stauber

Associate Professor of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science

Phone: 304-637-1204
Campus Location: Eshleman Science Center


  • Ph.D. Solid State Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.
  • M.S. Plasma Physics, West Virginia University, Morgantown, W.Va.
  • B.S. Electrical Engineering, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.


  •  Adjunct Professor, Davis & Elkins College
  • Principal Material and Process Engineer, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation, Boulder, Colo.
  • United States Naval Reserve Officer
  • I Have a Dream Foundation, Boulder, Colo.
  • Branch Chief, North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), U.S. Space Command
  • Boulder Center for Educational Enrichment, Boulder, Colo.
  • Teaching Assistant, Physics Department University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.
  • Teaching Assistant, Physics Department, West Virginia University, Morgantown, W.Va.
  • Engineering Division Officer, USS Minneapolis-St Paul

Teaching Areas

  •  Developmental Math
  • Fundamental Physics
  • Research Interests/Professional Activities:
  • Stauber is a member of Sigma Pi Sigma physics honor society and Materials Research Society.


Stauber has published several works. Select publications include:

  • Stauber, R. E. (2003). P-type transparent conducting oxides. Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 64-07, Section: B, page: 3337.; 141 p.
  • Perkins, J., Readey, D., Alleman, J., del Cueto, J., Li, X., Coutts, T., Stauber, R., Duncan, C., Young, D., Parilla, P., Keyes, B., Gedvilas, L., Balzar, D., Wang, Q., & Ginley, D. (2001). A combinatorial approach to TCO synthesis and characterization. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 666: F161-F1612.
  • Stauber, R., Parilla, P., Perkins, J., del Cueto, J. & Ginley, D. (2001). Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 666: F281-F286.
  • Stauber, W., Barill, E., Stauber, R. & Miller, G. (2000). Isotonic dynamometry for the assessment of power and fatigue in the knee extensor muscles of females. Clinical Physiology, 20, 225-233.

Additional Info

In addition to his career in physics, Stauber has an extensive background in the United States Navy and is a retired commander. He is a veteran having served in Operation Desert Shield in 1990, Operation Desert Storm in 1991 and Operation Enduring Freedom in 2001. He was a U.S. Navy Olmstead Scholar nominee in 1987, and received the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Commendation Medal and the Meritorious Service Medal, in addition to unit, theatre and expeditionary service awards. He also was the first in his year group to be promoted to commander. During his time in the U.S. Navy, Stauber completed Nuclear Power School, Nuclear Prototype School, Submarine Basic Officer Course, Prospective Nuclear Engineer Officer School and Intelligence Office Basic Course. He has also earned Space Material Certification through the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).