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Distinguished Chancellor's Professor

UCLA

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UCLA

405 Hilgard Ave

Los Angeles, California 90095

United States

Company Description

UCLA Anderson Forecast is one of the most widely watched and often-cited economic outlooks for California and the nation and was unique in predicting both the seriousness of the early-1990s downturn in California and the strength of the state's rebound si ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Fellow
IEEE

Fellow
Institute of Physics

Co-Founder,Director
LUXIM Corporation

Fellow
APS

Fellow
American Physical Society

Education

B.Sc.

London University

Ph.D.

Hull University

Web References (77 Total References)


PQE-2009 - Full Program

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Chan Joshi, UCLA


Luxim Corporation - Board of Directors

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Chandrashekhar Joshi

Director and Co-Founder
Professor Joshi is a Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering at UCLA. He is also Director of the Center for High Frequency Electronics and heads the Neptune Laboratory for Advanced Accelerator Research at UCLA. He received his B.Sc. (1974) from London University and Ph.D. (1978) from Hull University, both in the U.K. Following a two year stint as a research associate at the National Research Council of Canada, where he worked on laser-plasma interactions, he joined UCLA first as a researcher and since 1988 as a faculty member. At UCLA, Professor Joshi has built a strong research group that has done pioneering work in the areas of laser-plasma instabilities, plasma-based light sources, laser-fusion and basic plasma experiments. His group is best known, however, for developing the field of plasma based particle accelerators over the past two decades. Professor Joshi is a Fellow of the APS, IEEE and Institute of Physics (U.K). He is also the recipient of DPP's Excellence in Plasma Physics Award (1996), the USPAS prize for Achievement in Accelerator Physics and Technology (1997) and the James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics (2006).


Board of Directors

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Chandrashekhar Joshi Director and Co-Founder

Professor Joshi is a Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering at UCLA. He is also Director of the Center for High Frequency Electronics and heads the Neptune Laboratory for Advanced Accelerator Research at UCLA. He received his B.Sc. (1974) from London University and Ph.D. (1978) from Hull University, both in the U.K. Following a two year stint as a research associate at the National Research Council of Canada, where he worked on laser-plasma interactions, he joined UCLA first as a researcher and since 1988 as a faculty member. At UCLA, Professor Joshi has built a strong research group that has done pioneering work in the areas of laser-plasma instabilities, plasma-based light sources, laser-fusion and basic plasma experiments. His group is best known, however, for developing the field of plasma based particle accelerators over the past two decades. Professor Joshi is a Fellow of the APS, IEEE and Institute of Physics (U.K). He is also the recipient of DPP's Excellence in Plasma Physics Award (1996), the USPAS prize for Achievement in Accelerator Physics and Technology (1997) and the James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics (2006).


Luxim Corporation - Board of Directors

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Chandrashekhar Joshi

Director and Co-Founder
Professor Joshi is a Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering at UCLA. He is also Director of the Center for High Frequency Electronics and heads the Neptune Laboratory for Advanced Accelerator Research at UCLA. He received his B.Sc. (1974) from London University and Ph.D. (1978) from Hull University, both in the U.K. Following a two year stint as a research associate at the National Research Council of Canada, where he worked on laser-plasma interactions, he joined UCLA first as a researcher and since 1988 as a faculty member. At UCLA, Professor Joshi has built a strong research group that has done pioneering work in the areas of laser-plasma instabilities, plasma-based light sources, laser-fusion and basic plasma experiments. His group is best known, however, for developing the field of plasma based particle accelerators over the past two decades. Professor Joshi is a Fellow of the APS, IEEE and Institute of Physics (U.K). He is also the recipient of DPP's Excellence in Plasma Physics Award (1996), the USPAS prize for Achievement in Accelerator Physics and Technology (1997) and the James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics (2006).


Chandrashekhar ...

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Chandrashekhar JoshiDirector and Co-Founder

Professor Joshi is a Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering at UCLA.He is also Director of the Center for High Frequency Electronics and heads the Neptune Laboratory for Advanced Accelerator Research at UCLA.He received his B.Sc. (1974) from London University and Ph.D. (1978) from Hull University, both in the U.K.Following a two year stint as a research associate at the National Research Council of Canada, where he worked on laser-plasma interactions, he joined UCLA first as a researcher and since 1988 as a faculty member.At UCLA, Professor Joshi has built a strong research group that has done pioneering work in the areas of laser-plasma instabilities, plasma-based light sources, laser-fusion and basic plasma experiments.His group is best known, however, for developing the field of plasma based particle accelerators over the past two decades.Professor Joshi is a Fellow of the APS, IEEE and Institute of Physics (U.K).He is also the recipient of DPP's Excellence in Plasma Physics Award (1996), the USPAS prize for Achievement in Accelerator Physics and Technology (1997) and the James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics (2006).

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