I earned my Ph.D. in Physics at Brandeis University after receiving my B.S. and M.S. from MIT. From 1967 to 1995, I led the Component Technology Branch, Rome Laboratory, (now AFRL/SNHA), Bedford, MA 01731-2909, where I am presently emeritus. Our basic research on surface acoustic waves (SAW) resulted in signal processing filters used in radar, communication, cellular phones, and TV. My Research Team won a STAR Award in 1990. (My Research Career) My 80 research papers and 10 patents include contributions to microwave ultrasonics, SAW, superconductivity, and laser-activated antennas. I am a Life Fellow of the IEEE and a Life Member of the American Physical Society. My biography is listed in Marquis' Who's Who in America.I have studied religion at Harvard (Paul Tillich), Boston University School of Theology, Andover Newton, and Boston College (Resume). The John Templeton Foundation awarded me the following grants: (1997) Science and Religion Course Grant; (1999) Session at the International Paul Tillich Society Meeting,"Science and Religion at the Dawn of the 3rd Millennium," and (1999) Course Development Grant.
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