James Carter joined KAS in 2018 as a Physics teacher and is also working in the Math department. He is originally from New York but got his BA in Economics and Mathematics from Reed College in Portland, Oregon. His first experience with Physics was as a nuclear reactor operator for a small TRIGA Mark 2 reactor in Oregon. He worked for three years as a software engineer for Indian IT firms based primarily in New Delhi and then returned to the US to start teaching in 2011. James is a member of the American Association of Physics Teachers, the American Modeling Teachers Association and the European Science on Stage consortium. His current research interests include work on the ICE Cube Neutrino telescope in Antarctica and the ELENA project at CERN, both projects that he is building into his instruction in Physics class.