New Jersey Institute of Technology - NJIT
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Complex problem solving
Lab or instrumentation skills
Knowledge of physics principles
Modeling or simulation
Gordon Thomas' Job:
He collaborates with Dr. Richard Greene of NJIT and Dr. Robert Fechtner, director of the glaucoma division at UMDNJ-Newark Jersey Medical School on devices to prevent blindness through the New Jersey Vision Technology Center. In his classes, students learn the principles of physics by doing demonstrations.
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He worked as a researcher at Bell Laboratories, studying the optical communications that helped develop the purest optical fiber. After Bell Laboratories, he worked on biophysics research at MIT. And now, as a physics professor at NJIT.
Newark, NJ 07102
PhD - Physics, University of Rochester.
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He has earned his PhD in Physics. Has acquired 16 patents and published 150 research papers. For these achievements, he was named a Fellow of the American Physical Society, an honor given only to the leading 3 percent of physicists in the nation.