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Juan Carlos Campuzano

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Dates

unknown – present

Authorized Form of Name

Campuzano, Juan Carlos

Biography

Abstract

Juan Carlos Campuzano researches high-temperature superconductivity and photoemission. He is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Illinois and he is a Distinguished Fellow at Argonne National Laboratory.

Important Dates

1944 – 1981Post-Doctoral Fellow (1944-1946) and Research Associate (1979-1981), Donnan Laboratories, University of Liverpool, Liverpool (England).

1972Obtained BSc (Applied Mathematics and Physics), University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (Wis.).

1978 Obtained PhD, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (Wis.).

1981 – 1985Research Associate, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University.

1985 – presentAssistant Professor of Physics (1985-1991); Associate Professor of Physics (1991-1996); Professor of Physics (1996-2007); and University Distinguished Professor (2007-present), University of Illinois, Chicago, Chicago (Ill.).

1987 – presentPhysicist, Materials Science Division (1987-1999); Senior Physicist, Materials Science Division (1999-2007); and Distinguished Fellow (2007-present), Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont (Ill.).

2011Awarded Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prize, American Physical Society.

2011Fellow, American Physical Society.

Occupation

Experimental condensed matter physicist.

Places

Undergraduate Education

Milwaukee (Wis.)

Graduate Education

Milwaukee (Wis.)

Employment

Liverpool (England)

Chicago (Ill.)

Lemont (Ill.)

Subjects

Condensed matter.

Holography.

Photoemission.

Superconductors.

Relationships

People

Colleagues

Abrikosov, A. A. (Alekseĭ Alekseevich)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Bollinger, Lowell M. (Lowell Moyer)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Crabtree, G. W.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Eastman, Dean E. (Dean Eric)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Freedman, Stuart J.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Grunder, Hermann

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Holt, R. J. (Roy J.)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Isaacs, Eric D.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Pieper, Steven C.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Rosner, Robert

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Schiffer, John P.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Schriesheim, Alan

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Wiringa, Robert Bruce

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Institutions

Major Positions

Argonne National Laboratory

Physicist, Materials Science Division; Senior Physicist, Materials Science Division; and Distinguished Fellow.

Cavendish Laboratory (Cambridge, England)

Research Associate.

University of Illinois at Chicago

Assistant Professor of Physics; Associate Professor of Physics; Professor of Physics; and University Distinguished Professor.

University of Liverpool. Physics Department

Post-Doctoral Fellow and Research Associate, Donnan Laboratories.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

American Physical Society

Fellow and received 2011 Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prize.

University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee. Department of Physics

Obtained BSc (Applied Mathematics and Physics) in 1972 and PhD (Physics) in 1978.

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