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Biography

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David John Bishop

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Dates

October 6, 1951 – present

Authorized Form of Name

Bishop, David John, 1951-

Biography

Abstract

David Bishop is known for his seminal contributions to low temperature physics, superconductivity, and superfluidity research. His institutional affiliations include the New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium and Alcatel-Lucent.

Important Dates

October 6, 1951Birth, Montgomery (Ala.).

1973Obtained BS in Physics, Syracuse University, Syracuse (N.Y.).

1977Obtained MS in Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca (N.Y.).

1978Obtained PhD in Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca (N.Y.).

1978 – 1984Postdoctoral Member, Technical Staff (1978-1979) and Member, Technical Staff (1979-1984), Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill (N.J.).

1984 – 1996Member, Technical Staff (1978-1988) and Distinguished Member, Technical Staff and Department Head, Microstructural Physics Research (1988-1996), AT & T Bell Laboratories.

1996 – 2006Distinguished Member, Technical Staff and Department Head, Micromechanics Research (1996-2003) and Fellow and Vice President, Nanotechnology Research (2003-2006), Lucent Technologies Bell Labs Innovations.

2003 – 2007President, New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium (2003-2007).

2006 – 2007President, Government Research and Security Solutions, Alcatel-Lucent.

2007 – presentChief Technical and Operations Officer, LGS Innovations LLC.

2009Awarded George E. Pake Prize, American Physical Society.

Occupation

Low temperature physicist.

Places

Birth

Montgomery (Ala.)

Undergraduate Education

Syracuse (N.Y.)

Graduate Education

Ithaca (N.Y.)

Employment

Murray Hill (N.J.)

Subjects

Low temperature research.

Science and industry.

Superconductivity.

Superfluidity.

Relationships

People

Family

Bishop, Vanessa

Wife.

Advisors & Collaborators

Reppy, John David

PhD advisor at Cornell University, "Superfluidity in reduced dimensionality systems."

Colleagues

Aeppli, Gabriel

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Ahlers, G. (Günter)

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Alivisatos, P.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Anderson, P. W. (Philip W.), 1923-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Appelbaum, J. A. (Joel A.)

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Ashkin, Arthur, 1922-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Aspnes, D. E.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Boyle, Willard S., 1924-2011

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Brinkman, William F. (William Frank), 1938-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Buchsbaum, Solomon J.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Bucksbaum, Philip H.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Cava, Robert J.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Chabal, Yves Jean, 1952-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Chemla, D. S.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Chu, Steven

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Chynoweth, A. G.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Clogston, Albert McCavour

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Coppersmith, Susan Nan

Both employed at AT & T Bell Laboratories.

Cutler, Cassius Chapin

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

DiSalvo, Francis

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Dolan, Gerald

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Dynes, Robert C.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Eigler, Donald

Both employed at AT & T Bell Laboratories.

Eisenstein, James P. (James Philip)

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Fleury, Paul A.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Fulton, Theodore Alan

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Gossard, A. C.

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Greene, Laura H.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Hagstrum, Homer D.

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Haldane, F. Duncan M.

Both employed at AT & T Bell Laboratories.

Hamann, Donald, 1939-

Both employed at Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies.

Hellman, Frances

Both employed at AT & T Bell Laboratories.

Hohenberg, Pierre C.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Hopfield, John J.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Isaacs, Eric D.

Both employed at AT & T Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies.

Jackson, Shirley Ann, 1946-

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Johnson, Peter D., 1952-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Laughlin, Robert B.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Lee, P. A. (Patrick A.), 1946-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Matthias, Bernd T., 1918-1980

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Millis, Andrew J.

Both employed at AT & T Bell Laboratories.

Murray, Cherry Ann

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Narath, Albert, 1933-

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Osheroff, Douglas D.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Patel, C. Kumar N.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Penzias, Arno A.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Pfann, William G.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Phillips, J. C.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Phillips, Julia M.

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Pinczuk, Aron

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Raghavachari, Krishnan

Both employed at Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies.

Rice, Thomas Maurice, 1939-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Rowell, John Martin, 1935-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Shank, C. V. (Charles V.)

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Smith, George E., 1930-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Smith, Neville, 1942-2006

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Stillinger, F. H.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Störmer, Horst

Both employed at Bell Laboratories.

Tank, David William, 1953-

Both employed at Bell Laboratories and Alcatel-Lucent.

Tersoff, J.

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Thomas, D. G. (David Gilbert), 1928-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Tsui, D. C. (Daniel Chee), 1939-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Weeks, John David

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Willett, Robert L.

Both employed at AT & T Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies.

Wilson, Robert Woodrow, 1936-

Both employed at Bell Telephone Laboratories.

Institutions

Major Positions

Alcatel-Lucent (Firm)

President, Government Research and Security Solutions and President, New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium.

AT & T Bell Laboratories

Member and Distinguished Member, Technical staff and Department Head, Microstructural Physics Research.

Bell Labs Innovations

Distinguished Member, Technical Staff and Department Head, Micromechanics Research; and Fellow and Vice President, Nanotechnology Research.

Bell Telephone Laboratories

Postdoctoral Member, Technical Staff and Member, Technical Staff.

LGS Innovations (Firm)

Chief Technical and Operations Officer.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

American Physical Society

Received 2009 George E. Pake Prize.

Cornell University. Department of Physics

Obtained MS in 1977 and PhD in 1978.

Syracuse University. Department of Physics

Obtained BS in 1973.

Resources

Archival Resources

Author

Industrial physics history [audiorecording]: session V3 of the APS annual meeting, March 2008.

Niels Bohr Library & Archives

American Institute of Physics

One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA

Subject

American Institute of Physics Center for History of Physics, History of Physicists in Industry records, 2003-2008.

Niels Bohr Library & Archives

American Institute of Physics

One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA