Mr. Schulte is a physics teacher at Honeoye Middle & High School in Honeoye, NY. He has a bachelor of science degree in microelectronic engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), and has worked as a microelectronic engineer at Kodak's Microelectronic Technology Division, Image Sensor Solutions, and at Corning Nanotechnology. Schulte has a masters degree in physics education from Roberts Wesleyan College. In addition to his work in microelectronic engineering and physics education, he has also served as K-12 Education Outreach Coordinator for RIT's Microelectronic Engineering Department. Mr. Schulte is a senior developer for APlusPhysics and contributed the Regents Free Fall portion of the course, as well as providing feedback and promotion across the entire spectrum of the APlusPhysics project.
Kevin King is a graduate of Irondequoit High School in Rochester, New York. He is currently studying computer science at the undergraduate level at MIT. Kevin developed the Rochester Institute of Technology’s classification blind test web application. Most of his personal programming involves the development of Android™ mobile phone applications with his first creation being the APlusPhysics Android App with almost 2,000 downloads, and periodic blog posts connecting physics to daily life.
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