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John D. Gillaspy

Professional Service:

  • International Program Committee, Eighth International Conference on Atomic and Molecular Data and Their Applications, 2010-2014.
  • Chair, Local Conference Committee, Eighth International Conference on Atomic and Molecular Data and Their Applications (ICAMDATA-2012), 2010-2012.
  • Past-Chair, American Physical Society Topical Group on Precision Measurement and Fundamental Constants (2010-2011).
  • Chair, American Physical Society Topical Group on Precision Measurement and Fundamental Constants (2009-2010).
  • Chair-Elect, American Physical Society Topical Group on Precision Measurement and Fundamental Constants (2008-2009).
  • Vice-Chair, American Physical Society Topical Group on Precision Measurement and Fundamental Constants (2007-2008).
  • Executive Program Committee, International Conference on Atomic Processes in Plasmas (2005-2011).
  • Chair, Program Committee and Local Organizing Committee, 15th International Conference on Atomic Processes in Plasmas (2005-2007).
  • Chair (Session on EUV Source II), SPIE Microlithography Symposium, Santa Clara (2004).
  • Interagency Task Force on High Energy Density Physics, National Science and Technology Council, (2003-2007).
  • Co-Chair, 1st EUV Source Modeling Workshop, Antwerp (2003).
  • Chair (Session on Fundamental Data and Modeling Requirements), EUVL Source Workshop, Santa Clara (2003).
  • Co-Chair, International SEMATECH Fundamental Data Working Group (2002-2004).
  • Chair, 3rd Annual Meeting of the Research Association for Ion-Surface Interaction Studies, Gaithersburg (1998).
  • Chair (Session on Related Fields), 7th Workshop on Fast Ion-Atom Collisions, FIAC, Debrecen (1998).
  • Chair (Session Ion-Surface and Ion-Cluster Collisions), ISIAC XV, International Seminar on Ion-Atom Collisions, Budapest (1997).
  • Chair (Session on Highly Charged Ions in Traps), Nobel Symposium 91: Trapped Charged Particles and Related Fundamental Physics, Lysekil (1994).
  • Chair (Session on Permutation Symmetry), APS Spring Meeting, Washington (1989).

Publications:

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Awards

  • 2004, Fellow of the American Physical Society (Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics)
  • 2004, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Queens University Belfast
  • 1999, NIST Bronze Medal Award
  • 1998, Young Investigator Award (worldwide) of Sigma Xi The Scientific Research Society
  • 1997, Young Scientist Award (local NIST chapter) of Sigma Xi The Scientific Research Society
  • 1988, National Research Council Postdoctoral Associateship, NIST
  • 1984, Polaroid Fellow, Harvard University
  • 1978, Bank of America Award for Excellence in Mathematics

Publications

New x-ray measurements shed light on discrepancy between experiment and QED

Author(s)
Lawrence T. Hudson, C T. Chantler, A.T. Payne, M N. Kinnane, John D. Gillaspy, L F. Smale, Albert Henins, J A. Kimpton, E Takacs
Quantum Electro-Dynamics (QED) is the best tested theory of our physical world, yet significant disagreements have emerged between attempts to apply QED to
Created March 8, 2019