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Perspectives on Working at a DOE National Laboratory

Speaker Dr. Harry Radousky, Staff Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Date Oct 22, 2013
Time 12:00 pm  
Location 1000 MNTL
Sponsor BioNanotechnology Seminar Series
Contact Laura Miller
Phone (217) 244-7092
Event type Special Topics
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Dr. Harry Radousky is a Visiting Scientist at the Illinois Applied Research Institute from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he is a staff scientist. Dr. Radousky received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Illinois, Chicago and performed his thesis research as an Educational Fellow at Argonne National Laboratory. He joined the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 1982 and has published over 100 papers in the areas of magnetism, superconductivity, high pressure physics, optical materials, energy harvesting and nanomaterials. Administratively at LLNL, Dr. Radousky has served as Deputy Director for the University Relations Program (URP); Division Leader for Recruiting Programs; and Program Director for the Visiting Scientists Program. These included concurrent appointments as the founding Director of LLNL's Materials Research Institute from 1997-2000, Director of Lab Collaborations at UCOP from 2001-2002, Scientific Editor for Science & Technology Review (S&TR) from 2005-2007, Program Manager of the Lawrence Fellows Post-Doctoral Program from 1997-2009, and the Program Manager of the Lawrence Scholar Graduate Student Program from 2003-2009. Dr. Radousky has also spent time on assignment at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL) in their Technology Transfer Department. He holds an adjunct appointment as Professor of Physics at the University of California, Davis, and teaches a freshman seminar on the Physics of Baseball. Dr. Radousky is a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
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