Prof. Creston “Mickey” King has been at Loyola since 1966. His research – carried out for much of that time on the first floor of Monroe Hall – has been in the area of low-temperature physics and superconductivity. Some of Dr. King’s many outside interests include being a pilot and flight instructor, and restoring his vintage 1930 Model A Ford.
Areas of Expertise
Superconductivity, experimental low temperature research