I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to know, and work with, some of the finest scientists in the world. Watching them expertly ply their craft is truly humbling. I was particularly fortunate to be a part of the Bell Labs community in Murray Hill, NJ, prior to 1996. It was a very special place, where one could walk down the hall, knock on any door, and speak with any number of world experts in the physical sciences and more. Remarkable.

Principal Collaborators


Area 11: High-TC superconductivity

  • Theoretical research into the origins of the high-TC pairing mechanism
    • Inter-reservoir Coulombic pairing theory
    • First principles derivation of the optimal transition temperature TC0
    • Identifying experimental evidence of the Coulomb potential e2/ζ (e.g., in mid-infrared reflectivity spectra)
  • Experimental / theoretical studies of the ground-state symmetry
    • Analysis of μ+SR experiments, recognizing the extrinsic effects of fluxon depinning and motion
    • Explanation of dichotomy between μ+SR and some tunneling studies

Area 21: Particle beams

  • Ultra-low energy muon source, μSOL
  • Positron facility at Jefferson National Laboratory (JLab)
  • Muon facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

Area 31: Solar panels

  • 2D Materials Enabled Solar Panel
  • Energy Storage Systems

Area 41: LP

Area 51: QTR

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