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Jonathan P. Dowling

单位:Department of Physics & Astronomy, Louisiana State University

研究方向:quantum electrodynamics, quantum optics, quantum information theory, photonic band-gap materials, and foundations of quantum mechanics.

个人主页: http://quantum.phys.lsu.edu/


Biography & Education

Born in Smithtown, New York.

Dual Citizen of the USA and The Republic of Ireland

BS Physics with honors, University of Texas at Austin

MS Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado at Boulder 

MS Physics, University of Colorado at Boulder 

PhD Mathematical Physics, University of Colorado at Boulder, with A. O. Barut 


Experience

1986-1987: Visiting Scientist, International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy

1988-1989: Assistant Professor, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Colorado

1989-1990: Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics 

1990-1994: National Research Council Associate, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama

1994-1998: Physicist, Army Aviation & Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama

1998-1999: Scientist, Senior Level, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California 

1999-2004: Principal Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California 

2000-2004: Group Supervisor, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California 

2004-present: Hearne Professor of Theoretical Physics, LSU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

2006-present: Co-Director, Hearne Insitute for Theoretical Physics, LSU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

2011-present: Associate Memember, Computational Science Research Center, Beijing, China.


While working for Army Aviation & Missile Command from 1990 through 1998, I served on numerous Department of Defense (DoD) Review Boards and Organizational Committees; in particular for the Army Research Office (ARO), the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA), and the National Security Agency (NSA). I helped organize the first International Workshops on Photonic Band-Gap Materials (Park City, Utah, 1991), Quantum Cryptography and Computing (Tucson, Arizona, 1995), and The Atom Laser (Tucson, Arizona, 1997); all sponsored by the DoD. I have regularly served as Technical Advisor and Reviewer for the DoD in the research areas of Quantum Optics; Coherent Quantum Electronics; Photonic Band-Gap Materials; Quantum Computing and Information Technology; Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics; and General Relativity. I have also reviewed hundreds of research papers in these fields for Professional Journals, and I currently serve on the Editorial Board for the journals, Crystals and Quantum Technology and was formerly on the board of the Journal of the European Optical Society, Journal of Optics A, and also formerly on the board of the American Physical Society, Physical Review A.


Awards & Citations

Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Fellow, American Physical Society 

Fellow, Optical Society of America 

Willis E. Lamb Medal for Achievement in Quantum Optics and Laser Science  

NASA Space Act Award 

Discover Magazine Technology of the Year Award Semi-Finalist 

Fellow, Institute of Physics 

Army Research, Development, & Engineering Achievement Award 

Dictionary of International Biography


Professional Societies

American Physical Society, Fellow

American Association for the Advancement of Science, Fellow

Concepts of Physics, Editorial Board Member

European Optical Society

Institute of Physics, Fellow 

Irish Mathematical Society 

Journal of Optics A, former Editorial Board Member

Optical Society of America, Fellow

Physical Review A, former Editorial Board Member

Over 170 publications in quantum optics, quantum information theory, laser physics, and mathematical physics. These publications have been cited over 6,000 times, with an average of over 45 citations per paper, and with an h-index of over 38. Over 17 of these publications have been cited over 100 times each. Publications are in the top 1% of most cited physics papers, according to the Physics Author Rank Algorithm. 


Research Interests

Principal areas of research concern quantum science and technologies, including: quantum electrodynamics, quantum optics, quantum information theory, photonic band-gap materials, and foundations of quantum mechanics. Current research work focuses on linear optical approaches to quantum information processing, metrology, and imaging; cavity quantum electrodynamics; and photonic band-gap structures for thermal emissivity control.

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