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College of Humanities & Sciences

Department of Physics

Anthony S Arrott

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Affiliate Professor
Experimental and Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Magnetism, Neutron Scattering, Liquid Crystals

BS, Physics, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1948

Design Engineer, Brown Instrument Division, Minneapolis Honeywell, Philadelphia, PA 1948051

MS, Physics, University of Pennsylvania, 1950

Teaching Assistant, Physics, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1950-51

Allis Chalmers Fellow in Magnetism 1951-1953

Instructor, Physics, Carnegie Institute of Technology 1953-1955

PhD, Physics, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1954

Assistant Professor, Physics, Carnegie Institute of Technology 1955-1956

Visiting Scientist, Chemistry, Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1955

Staff Scientist, Ford Motor Company, Scientific Laboratory 1956-1969

Visiting Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 1960

Visiting Scientist, Physics, Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1962, 1965

Guggenheim Fellowship, Atomic Energy Research Establishment 1964

Visiting Scientist, Chemistry, Argonne National Laboratory, 1967

Adjunct Professor, Nuclear Engineering, University of Michigan 1967-1969

Professor, Physics, Simon Fraser University, 1968-1998

Visiting Scientist, Weizmann Institute 1964, 1982

Design, Construction and Use of the Thermal Neutron Facility, TRIUMF, 1968-1993

Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship, Physics, University of Tokyo and KEK, 1985

Visiting Professor, Columbia University, 1990

Visiting Professor, ETH, Zurich, 1990

Visiting Professor, New York University, 1990

Professor Emeritus, Simon Fraser University, 1993-on

Research Professor, Virginia State University, 1997-2005

Affiliate, Physics, Virginia Commonwealth University 2006-on

Guest Scientist, Metallurgy, National Institute for Standards and Technology, 1998-2013

Visiting Professor, Physics, Morgan State University 2013-on



Allis-Chalmers Fellowship

Guggheim Fellowship

Fellow of the American Physical Society

Simon Fraser University Research Fellowship

Science Council of British Columbia, Medal of Achievement, Physical Sciences

Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

JSPS Fellowship

Canadian Association of Physicists, Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Physics

President of Science for Peace

President of the Vancouver Institute

Community Member of Green College, University of British Columbia


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