Robert L. Cook
Robert is currently a post-doc in the UNM Physics and Astronomy Department as part of the Center for Quantum Information and Control.
Debra J. Cox
Benjamin B. Johnson
Michael D. Malik
Elizabeth C. Merritt
Robert A. Mesler
Robert is now living in California and working for the navy as a systems engineer.
Anthony L. Salvagno
Jonas T. Anderson
Alden M. Astwood
Aaron J. Denney
Justin D. Linford
Justin is currently a post-doc in the UNM Physics and Astronomy Department working on radio astronomy, AGN & blazars, VLBI polarimetry, high-energy astrophysics, and astronomical transient sources.
Jessica E. Metcalfe
Heather L. Partner
Katherine A. Richardson
Katie began working for United States Senator Martin Heinrich as a field representative in his Albuquerque office. Her portfolio includes both Sandia and Los Alamos National Labs, as well as technology, energy, education, women and LGBTQ issues.
Kathrin will be moving to Colorado Springs to join the research faculty in the Physics department at the University of Colorado Springs as a Research Associate. Her new job should be very exciting since she will have some influence on the development of the UCCS Center of the University of Colorado BioFrontiers Institute, which is an interdisciplinary research initiative primarily involving Physics and Biology.
Alexandre B. Tacla
Alex is currently a post-doc in the UNM Physics and Astronomy Department as part of the Center for Quantum Information and Control.
Marcelo A. Vogel
After graduation Marcelo will most likely join the physics department of the Catholic University of Chile as a postdoc working in the physics department which is part of the ATLAS collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) . Marcelo would divide his time between data analyses and service work at CERN, where he would participate in the ATLAS muon spectrometer upgrade.
Xuefeng is currently a post-doc at Beijing-Normal University working on many dimensional general relativity.
Roy W. Keyes
Roger "Andy" Maloney
Carlos A. Riofrio Almeida
Carlos will be moving to Germany to start as a postdoc in Jens Eisert's group at the Free University of Berlin to continue research in quantum information.
Paul A. Thorman
Paul has moved to Sacramento, where he is currently working as a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Davis with Dr. Tony Tyson. His ongoing research includes more work on extending and improving the Deep Lens Survey, as well as modeling and preparation for the upcoming Large Synoptic Survey Telescope.
Collin M. Trail
Collin will be moving to Canada where he will be a post-doc at University of Calgary
Steven E. Tremblay
Steve will be moving to Curtin University in Perth Australia where he will hold a Post-Doctoral position and will work on detection of Fast Radio Transients (less than a few seconds) using some of the new instruments down there (such as the MWA and ASKAP).
Lawrence J. Herskowitz
Lawrence is working at a big chemical supply company in Houston. He actually landed the job before he graduated and is doing software and hardware automation, two things he loves.
Felix T. Jaeckel
Felix was hired as a postdoc with Steve Boyd here in the department of Physics and Astronomy.
Alexander R. Albrecht
Alexander plans to stay at CHTM and work with Ganesh Balakrishnan
Bradley A. Chase
John D. Hague
John (Doug) Hague has a post-doc position at Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg, working on the High Energy Stereoscopic System (H.E.S.S.) experiment in Namibia.
Kalay is working as a postdoc at Kyoto University in Kyoto, Japan.
Sharon E. Meidt
Sharon is now a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Heidelberg, Germany.
Seth T. Merkel
Christian P. Morath
Christian is currently working at Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque.
Birk has moved back to Germany with his wife, Iris, also a UNM Physics PhD graduate.
Iris holds a postdoc at Max Planck Institute for Complexity in Dresden Germany.
Malinda Suzanne Taylor
Suzanne is a visiting assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Western State College in Gunnison Colorado.
Andreas U. Velten
Andreas has moved to Boston where his fiancee has a position at MIT.
Sergio Boixo Castrillo
Sergio is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Quantum Information of the California Institute of Technology, where he works on topics in quantum information theory.
Animesh is a postdoctoral fellow in Martin Plenios research group at Imperial College in London, where he works on topics in quantum information theory.
Matthew B. Elliott
Matt continues to work on quantum information theory and the foundations of quantum mechanics, most notably in a recent collaboration with fellow UNM Physics alumnus, Sergio Boixo of Caltech.
Christina is a postdoc at Carleton University in Ottawa Canada.
Clark A. Highstrete
Clark is a Post-doc at Sandia National Laboratories. He is now beginning experimental work on applications of trapped atoms and ions and plans to collaborate with the Information Physics group.
Johanna L. Turk
Johanna lives in Washington, DC and is working at the DOE.
Mohit H. Adhikari
Bryan K. Eastin
Bryan is an National Research Council Postdoc at the National Institute for Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colorado. He works on topics in quantum information theory, especially on the theory of quantum error correction.
Steven T. Flammia
Steven is a postdoctoral fellow at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario, where he works on topics in quantum information theory.
Benji currently holds a postdoc in Nuclear Physics at SUNY, Stony Brook, NY.
David R. Macinnis
Georgianna L. Martin
Georgianna is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute School of Ocean And Earth Science And Technology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Vladimir is currently a research associate at the University of Minnesota.
Lori L. Sanfratello
Lori is a postdoc working with Cheryl Aine at MIND (through the UNM Radiology Department), doing neuroimaging and states "I am doing exactly what I have been hoping to, so I am very happy to have gotten the position!"
George will start a post-doc position in radio astronomy with the Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy (ASTRON
, Dwingeloo) in September.
Robert F. Hobbs
Rob is now a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Division of Nuclear Medicine in the Russel H. Morgan Dept of Radiology and Radiological Sciences at The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine.
Drew has a post-doc position at CalTech, during which half of his time will be spent at the University of Aarhus, in Denmark.
Matthew A. Drago
Matt is with Boeing here in Albuquerque.
Steve is now teaching math & physics at Charter High School in the South Valley in Albuquerque, NM.
Michael is a scientist at the Applied Physics Laboratory at the Johns Hopkins University, working on various Space Remote Sensing and Radar projects, and is also part of a team with Goddard proposing a planetary probe in the next round of NASA New Frontiers Proposals.
Dima is currently a postdoc research associate at the University of Notre Dame.
After graduating from University of New Mexico, Rene took on a postdoc position as Alberta Ingenuity Fellow at the newly founded Institute for Quantum Information Science at University of Calgary followed by a postdoctoral fellowship position at the Department of Physics at University of Toronto. Rene recently joined the Research and Model Risk Management group at Scotiabank Toronto to gain hands-on experience in quantitative finance and risk management. He is currently working on research and validation of models for evaluating risk for trading of energy derivatives and other commodities.
Ian M. Hoffman
Ian is now an astrophysics teacher and basketball coach at the St. Paul's School in Concord, NH. He was with ITT Industries here in Albuquerque, primarily involved in radio and laser spectroscopy. (Sept 2006)
Doug Hope is a Research Assistant Professor at UNM Department of Physics since fall 2009. His research involves the use of compressive sensing for space-object identification.
Joseph M. Renes
Joseph is a faculty member at Technical University of Darmstadt.
Vladimir has a post-doc position at CHTM
Trace is currently working for a company called "Senior Scientific" as a "Research Scientist" using magnetic nanoparticles detected by a SQUID sensor system to diagnose and/or treat diseases such as Alzheimer's, cancer, and leukemia. Specifically, his job is to (1) design and implement algorithms to solve the inverse magnetic field problem, (2) model the obtained field as a set of dipole sources, and (3) create images based on these results that show where the nanoparticles are collecting. These images can then be used to determine whether e.g., Alzheimer's plaques, malignant tumors, etc. exist at the collection sites.
Peter C. Zimmer
Pete has a post-doc position with NESSI here at UNM.
Sonja was awarded an NSF Mathematical and Physical Sciences Distinguished International Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. She is with the Quantum Optics and Laser Science department at Imperial College, London.
Shohini is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Computer Science, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. In summer of 2011, she received a prestigious Sera Bangali award in West Bengal (India) for her contributions to the field of science, which include her work on a ground-breaking study that will further the field of quantum physics.
James will continue his work in wavefront technologies (optics & instr) at Sandia.
By Aug (2003), Keeran will be in position as a research post-doc in imaging and nuerosciences at UC-Denver Health Sciences.
Ed has just joined Northrop Grumman Corp. here in ABQ as a Laser System Analyst.
Joachim is working as a staff scientist and FARO TEchnologies Inc., Germany.
Alex is working at the ARCS Seiberdorf Research GmbH in Austria.
Paul held a postdoc with MIT & Duke University.
Eric is currently working at the DOE.
Mark Morgan Tracy
Mark is now an instructor at Central New Mexico Community College.
Pranaw is a faculty member at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Mohali.
Massoud is now (spring 2003) a Visiting Scientist at Cedars-Sinai in Beverly Hills, which position includes a professorship at UCLA.
Josh left the Air Force Lab and is now (fall 2002) involved in quantum cryptography with NIST in Gaithersburg, MD. He was awarded the Chairman's Prize (2001-02) for Best Dissertation, and UNMs 2003 Popejoy Dissertation Prize.
Gavin is a postdoc w/ the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information at the University of Innsbruck (2006).
Joe is a Research Associate with CASA-Center, Astrophysics &Space Astronomy, at UC-Boulder.
The Lt. Col. began his teaching career at West Point in Aug 2001; by December, he'd been selected as an Academy Professor of Physics (i.e., he will profess physics at West Point throughout his career in the Army).
Tom has returned to UNM (fall 2004) and is a Research Associate Professor w/ NESSI
He has moved again! Tom was initially at MIT, and then he relocated to Pasadena in September '03 to accept a post-doc position at the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center at Caltech. He is now working as an assistant professor at the Morehead State University's Space Science Center , in Kentucky (F:06).
Having started out as a Visiting Assistant Professor or Physics, Brian is now in a tenure-track position at Sam Houston State University, in Huntsville, TX (spring 2006).
Andy is teaching teaching at Northwestern University and Adler Planetarium, with a focus on astronomy education.
Matt is now teaching and doing research at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.
Jon has returned to ABQ (Jan 2002), and is working on high power fiber lasers and related issues at Kirtland AFB Lab.
Nichelle is currently at ATK-MR.
Gary is a staff member, Sensor & Systems Technologies, at MIT-Lincoln Lab in Lexington, MA.
Jean owns and operates Open Sky Software
in Austin, TX.
Glenn has left CalTech for the Big Island! He moved to Hawaii to take up a joint position
Research Scientist (Hydrodynamics and X-Ray Physics) w/ Los Alamos Nat'l Lab
Howard is now a visiting scientist at Perimeter Institute, was a staff member at LANL
Scott is a Research Scientist and Black Mesa Capital in Santa Fe, NM.
Support Scientist at Lick Observatory in Mount Hamilton, CA
Michael A. Nielsen
Michael is doing free-lance work on methods for enhancing scientific communication and collaboration.
Los Alamos, NM
Ass't Prof. of Physics
Univ of So.Carolina
Sandia Nat'l Labs
Optical Scientist with Wavefront Sciences
here in Albuquerque
Until Dec. '04, Dan was an Ass't Professor of Physics at the University of Wisconsin -Stevens Point. He left to pursue a law degree at UW-Madison.
Reinhard W. Stotzer
Reinhard is a Senior Internet Software Engineer, at Intel Corporation.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow w/ Physics & Astronomy Dept at
Research Scientist at LANL
Mark R. Endicott
J. H. Fletcher and Company, Huntington, West Virginia
Staff Scientist w/ Bell Laboratories-Lucent Technologies, in NJ
Member of Senior Professional Staff, System Identification & Modeling Group - PSA (APL), Applied Physics Laboratory
at Johns Hopkins University and proud mother of Naomi, who was born in Jan 2003. Lots more to see at the family's home page!
Philip and Nicole welcomed Maeve Erin (above) on 2/15/01, and Finn Aaron (below) on 1/11/04. Philip is Director of Optical Engineering with Confluent Photonics Corp
, in Andover, MA.
Associate Scientist Algorithm Development Hyseq, Inc.
Visiting scholar, International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (2004).
Daniel J.Sheltraw,M.D Albuquerque Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Karl J. Dahlhauser
Lt. Col. Dahlhauser is assistant air attache with the U.S. Embassy in London. He was previously conducting research in laser heterodyne techniques for the Air Force Office of Scientific Research at the Forschungsintitut für Optik in Tübingen, Germany
(see also PhD-Optical Sciences, 1995) Victor is now Program Manager, Senior Research Scientist, Air Force Research Laboratory - Directed Energy Directorate, Optics Analysis - AFRL/DESA, at Kirtland AFB here in ABQ. He was elected to the grade of Fellow of SPIE in December 2005.
Emcore Corp Bridgewater, NJ
Steven M. Long
Ed is now (6/04) a Technical Staff Member with T-13, Complex Systems-Theoretical Division, at LANL. He and spouse Melinda Baker, an artist, live in Santa Fe .
Physicist w/ Brookhaven National Lab
Donna Marie Siergiej
Donna has been a Consultant in Medical Physics here in Albuquerque, but she and her spouse are relocating to Brooklyn, NY, in May 2006, to be closer to family members.
Lt. Col. Charles J. Wetterer
Associate Professor with the Dept of Physics, USAFA
William T. Brown
Applied Research Associates, Alexandria, VA
Sandia Nat'l Labs
Research Scientist (Advanced Accelerator Applications) at LANL
Mary Zayin Fuka
President of Quetzal Computational Associates
, and Wild Rose Biophysics; she lives in Durango, CO.
Shawn M. Gordon
President of S.M.Gordon & Associates, a firm that supplies HP 3000 utilities
Bryan is the president and founder of Odysseus Technologies in Olympia Washing where he resides with his wife, Ann Sabotta.
Ass't Professor of Computer Science at Michigan Tech
Lian Cheng Zou
Technology Development Division at Argonne Nat'l Lab, Naperville, IL
Based in Tenerife, his research
is now focused on the detection of extrasolar planets. His wife (m. 1998), a native of nearby LaPalma Island, is a professor of psychology at La Laguna University. (NEWS RELEASE)
Maj.Susan E. Durham
USAF Space Warfare Center, Fairfax VA
Monica has left Portland State to accept a position of Associate Professor of Physics at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ in Prescott, AZ (Jan 03).
Pamela King Benicewicz
Pam was appointed as Associate VP of Research at the University of South Carolina.
Rob is with Geomatics Data Management, and he's fortunate to be able to work out of his home...gazing out at the mountains in Canmore, Alberta, Canada. He and Heather have been joined by Sarah and Matthew.
Logicon RDA, Albuquerque
John Chrysostom Stasko
Started out as Senior Research Scientist with Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, MI; then worked on a CERN Project at the University of Florida, Gainesville. He received an MD and worked in Wisconsin. As of 2011, he is the Chief Technology Officer with Applied Filter Technology in Seattle, WA. In 2013, John got hired by Lindberg Associates as a process engineer where he is working on research problems in physical chemistry as well as doing general engineering work.
Research Assistant Professor with the Center for High Tech Materials, here at UNM
Takahiro "Tak" Tsutsumi
Tak is currently (Sept 2005) living in Socorro and working at NRAO as a Japanese representative for the joint software development effort with the ALMA project.
Xin Miao Zhao
Cirrus Logic, Austin, TX
Bruce M. Kemmell
Bruce teaches physics and mathematics at the College of Santa Fe (2006).
John K. Prentice
We are sorry to report the John died January 5, 2010 of a massive hemmorrhage. His wife mary Fuka and her brother were with him. John was recovering from a fractured skull but seemed to be improving until the hemorrhage. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all family and friends of John. He will be missed.
Lee Zhung Wang
Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, CA
Malcolm W. Wright
Optical Communications Group, Jet Propulsion Lab CalTech, Pasadena
Bartram S. Abbott
Round Rock, TX
Melynda L Brooks
Technical Staff, Sub- atomic Physics, at LANL
Assistant Professor at United Emirates University
A senior lecturer at the University of Sussex; he and spouse Lisa have two sons, Daniel and Alexander (b.2002).
Karl Dean Larson
Senior Scientist at Arion Systems, Inc.
Department of Medicine III, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan
Amir Hossein Mohagheghi
Sandia Nat'l Lab
owner/operator of Heliotrope Quality Systems
(website design, database solutions, and search engine placement); just relocated from NM to Virginia (Dec 02).
Ismail Saleh Sabbah
Dept of Physics, Faculty of Science with Kuwait University
Space radiation and space radiation biology research at NASA Johnson Space Center; he is also an adjunct faculty member of the University of Houston, Clear Lake, Physics Department.
Jun-Hui is a Research Scientist w/ the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. He and DanLi, a Computer Engineer w/ Broad Vision, live in Massachusetts.
Craig A. Denman
Technical Director of the LITE Program at AFRL, Kirtland AFB, ABQ
Kyle J. Hendricks
SNL - Along with fellow members of the Narrow Band Source Team, Dr. Hendricks received the Air Force's Science and Engineering Award for Exploratory and Advanced Technology Development in Feb. 2002.
Dept of Physics and Natural Science Research Center at Paichai University, Korea
Saleem H. Zaidi
CEO of Gratings, Inc.
, a spinoff corporation of CHTM
Fang Xiao Zhao
ThermoTrex Corp San Diego, CA
David A. Clarke
of Physics at St. Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia; engaged to Jodi Asbell (M.S.-UNM, 1989)...6/04.
Robert I. Lawconnell
Robert conducts research at the USAFAs Seiler Research Laboratory; he lives in Monument, CO.
Raymond W. Lemke
Z-Pinch and Target Theory Dept., Sandia National Labs
Eric R. Nelson
Eric is currently the Chair of the Computer Science Department at the Harker School in San Jose, California.
M.Yasin Akhtar Raja
Associate Professor of Physics, specializing in optoelectronics
, at UNC-Charlotte
Robert G. Spulak, Jr.
Senior analyst at the Strategic Studies Center, Sandia Nat'l Labs, Albuquerque
Wonkwang University, Republic of Korea
Research Manager, Systran Corp, Dayton, Ohio; AF Retired 1998
Glen H. Daw
Glen is a triathelete who works at Kaman Aerospace Corp, Electro-Optics Development Center in Tucson, AZ.
Mark A. Dreger
United Technologies, Albuquerque
Juan Manuel Elizondo-Decanini
Sandia Labs, ABQ
Ju Hwan Kang
Dept of Physics, Yonsei University, Seoul
James R. Rotge
Rockwell Power Systems, Albuquerque
James E. Stewart
Professor of physics and astronomy at Western Washington University in Bellingham
Alhuda Islamic Academy, Westborough, MA, and Principal Software Engineer at Open Market Inc.
David J. Batuski
Department Chair and Professor of Physics at the University of Maine
Now owner/operator of EngineeredPhysics
in Santa Fe (fall 2004).
Lonni C. Harrison
Kie Gon Im
Professor of Physics at Chonnam National University, Kwangju, Korea
Gregory E. Obarski
Optoelectronics Division-Sources and Detectors, NIST-Boulder
Leno M. Pedrotti
Professor of Physics at the University of Dayton
James F. Riker
Paul S. Smith
Associate Astronomer at Steward Observatory, Univ of Arizona, and NOAO Tucson Nighttime Scientific Staff
Rockwell Int'l, KAFB
Brian H. Fishbine
Robert T. Heaphy
Sandia Nat'l Labs, and consultant to New Mexico Engineering Research Institute ( NMERI
John M. Rabins
Town & Country Optical, Colorado Springs, CO
Randolph A. Reeder
Aerospace Engineering Dept., University of Colorado at Boulder
William S. Sheers
Professor of Physics, Adjunct Professor of Neuroscience, and SPS Faculty Advisor at Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA
J. Douglas Beason
Associate Director for Defense Threat Reduction at LANL (Jan. 2005); formerly Phillips Research Site commander and deputy director of the Directed Energy Directorate; Colonel Beason was named a Fellow of the American Physical Society in 2000.
Kenneth B. Butterfield
Los Alamos, NM
Peter P. Denes
Research Staff with Lawrence Berkeley Nat'l Lab
Robert W. Dunn
Professor of Physics at Hendrix College in Conway, AR
Joanna Lenar Jannson
President and CEO of Physical Optics Corp
, Torrance, CA
Director of the Quantum Optics Group
, Dept of Chemical Physics, at the Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel
Julio R. Gea-Banacloche
of Physics at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Julio was named a 2004 APS Fellow for his contributions to the understanding of quantum- mechanical effects in the interaction of light with matter, and for his valuable service to the physics community as an associate editor of Physical Review A.
Paul A. Heckert
Professor with the Dept of Chemistry and Physics at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC. He and Sue have three "kids"
Isaac I. Rosen
Radiation Physics at U/Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and affiliated with the Medical Physics
Graduate Program at the Health Sciences Center - Houston
Abdullatif Ibrahim Salamah
College of Computer & Information Sciences, King Saud Univ, Saudi Arabia
James A. Lupo
Air Force Research Lab, Materials & Manufacturing Directorate
Eugene S. Hertel, Jr.
Manager, Thermal & Reactive Processes Department at Sandia Nat'l Labs
Alan H. Paxton
Sr. Research Physicist working on high-average-power-laser development for the Air Force Research Laboratory. He and spouse Merideth live here in Albuquerque (Sept. 2013).
Stephanie A. Sonnleitner
Boulder Creek, CA
Richard E. Swanson
Committee Chair, AIP Advisory Committee on The Industrial Physicist, as well as Physics Professor and Dean of Instruction at Sandhills Community College, in Pinehurst, NC.
Charles A. Frost
CEO of Pulse Power Physics, Inc., Albuquerque
Federica is with the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (award-winning Geothermal Research Team member), in Golden, CO.
Alvin R. Larson
Los Alamos, NM
Robert G. Wenzel
Santa Fe, NM
Michael J. Costello
Michael is Principal Scientist with Boeing, Anaheim, CA; he is married to Carol, plays keyboards in 'Watermelon,' a local blues band, and enjoys watching daughter Karen, 15, grow into a beautiful young woman.
Alan L. Dudley
Spectra Research Institute, Albuquerque
Richard A. Kant
Naval Research Lab Washington, D.C.
Ted D. Rupp
Honeywell FM (Retired)
Mohammad Hassan Sharifian-Attar
Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran
Willard R. Thomas
ARES Corporation, ABQ
Hossein teaches intro physics at Cy-Fair College in Cypress, TX.
Roger D. Carlini
CEBAF Associate Professor w/ William and Mary / Thomas Jefferson Nat'l Accelerator Facility in Virginia.
(Hashemi-Attar Ali-Reza) Senior Consultant for Information Systems & Technology, and lecturer withPart-time Programs in Engineering and Applied Science at Johns Hopkins Institutions, Homewood Campus
Institute of Organic and Polymeric Materials, National Taipei University of Technology
Leo J. Rahal
Geo-Centers, Inc., ABQ
President of L'Garde,Inc.
, Tustin, CA - the company analyzes, designs, manufactures, tests and flies inflatable space structural systems. (Retired)
Philip J. Cooper
Sandia Nat'l Labs
Kailash C. Dhingra
Physics instructor at both UCSD and SDSU
Bruce C. Goplen
Original author of the MAGIC software
; now with Mission Research Corporation Newington, VA
Richard A. Harris
Mission Research Corp here in Albuquerque
Paul A. Lovoi
President and CEO of Xoft microTube, Inc.
, Fremont, CA
Richard H. St.John
Mission Research Corp, ABQ
Thomas R. Ferguson
(Frank) Fun Min Wu
Frank was with the Space Sciences Center at USC, and he now lives in Sierra Madre, CA.
Sandra R. Zink
Executive Director of the New Mexico Consortium for Bioresearch
(Dept of Health, SNL, and UNM)
Still playing the banjo
while practicing neurology in Yamhill County, Oregon; m.Charlee D.Banks in 1996
Fred Begay / Frederick Young
Sr. Staff Physicist and Community Relations at LANL; president of the Seaborg Hall of Science
(non-profit education and research institution dedicated to providing public services to Navajo communities in science and technology). His biography
first aired on NOVA in 1979 in "Long Walk Of Fred Young"; in 2002 Fred was named a recipient of the UNM ZIA Award sponsored by the UNM Alumni Association. Dr. Begay passed away on April 30, 2013. A SACNAS founding member, physicist,and tireless advocate for diversity in the sciences, he will be greatly missed.
Lois M. Kieffaber
Professor of Physics at Whitworth College
, Colbert, WA
George A. Kuck
Senior Manager, McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Corp., Westminster, CA
He has had a long and successful career in medical diagnostic instrumentation, and now lives in Naperville, IL.
David N. Glidden
Albuquerque Academy Science & Computer Science Department
James R. Place
Physics / Astrophysics instructor at ABQ-TVI
Melvin L. Prueitt
Chairman of Solar Energy Ltd.
in Los Alamos
Marvin L. Chatkoff
Provided expert testimony against Houston Power & Light in the mid-80s re
Stuart F. Hayes
Pyung Sky Ro
James D. Cramer
of Science & Engineering Associates, Inc., Albuquerque
San Diego, CA
Carl G. Murphy
VP of Technology for Accord Solutions, Inc.
, in San Diego; he led the development of a multi- threaded, VLIW architecture and chip design that used multiple thread-based register sets.
Jacqueline Hope Hill Ericksen
David G. Miller
Jerome G. Beery
Albuquerque / Los Alamos
Ray Pollock, Jr.
Ray and Neva live in Gettysburg, PA
Donald S. Robb
Edwin L. VandeNoord
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp, Boulder, CO
Donald R. Wheeler
NASA Glenn Research Center, Instrumentation and Controls Division, Cleveland, OH
John H. Wolcott
Vice President of Karta Technologies, Inc., San Antonio, TX
Delmar W. Bergen
Nuclear physicist / Nuclear Weapons Control with U.S. Government - SALT Treaty negotiator, now residing in Albuquerque
Winifred Doyle Evans
Theodore S. Fahlen
Vice President of Intellectual Property and Research with Candescent Technologies Corp
, San Jose, CA
W. Thomas Griffith
Distinguished University Professor of Physics at Pacific University
in Oregon, and author of a nationally used textbook, Physics of Everyday Phenomena.
Michael D. Montgomery
Darryl B. Smith
Los Alamos, NM
John M. Palms
Dr.Palms became the 26th President of the University of South Carolina in 1991; he retired from that position in June (2002) in order to run for the U.S.Senate. He and Norma (they've been married for 44 years) have 3 children and 9 grandchildren.
Professor in the Dept of Physics
at the University of Minnesota-Duluth
Dale D. Armstrong
Edward R. Flynn
President of Senior Scientific, Inc., located here in Albuquerque
Russell G. Herron
Carl E. Scheie
VP and Sr. Research Associate of Golf Technology with Wilson Sporting Goods Co., Rosemont, IL
E. Royce Fletcher
retired from the Lovelace Institutes (TLI), formerly Lovelace Biomedical Education and Environmental Research Institute, Albuquerque
Martin S. Tierney
Now retired from SNL, Martin and Gaile live in Santa Fe.
John F. Barnes
LANL retiree living in Santa Fe (summer 2003)
James A. Grundl
NIST - Ionizing Radiation Division, Gaithersburg, MD
Ralph A. Nobles
Retired nuclear physicist Nobles has been the leading figure in preventing development on Bair Island, a 3,000-acre tract of islands and tidal marshes in the southern portion of the San Francisco Bay (see Metro Publishing news article
). He is also a San Mateo County Planning Commissioner and chairman of Restore San Francisco Bay Associates. Ralph and Carolyn live in Redwood City, CA (July 03).
William E. Stein
Principal of Industrial Radiation, Inc., Los Alamos
Crawford J. MacCallum
Adjunct Prof here at UNM
James R. Barcus
Scientific/Business Consultant, president of Wizard Technologies, Inc., here in Albuquerque
Alan W. Peterson
Robert T. Lofberg
El Paso, TX
James F. Kenney
Professor Emerita of Physics, ENMU
John W. Bond, Jr.
Richard J. Runge
Geophysicist and former CEO of Petrosoft (software adaptations) - now retired and living in Anaheim, CA; his son email
George ("Bill") William Rollosson
Sandia Labs 1952-65, SR International 1965-69, Menlo College in Atherton CA 1969-91; now residing in Fort Collins, Colorado