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Dr. Michael F. Shlesinger

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Chief Scientist and Nonlinear Sci...

Phone: (703) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: s***@***.mil
Local Address:  Washington D.C. , District of Columbia , United States
Office of Naval Research
800 North Quincy St
Arlington , Virginia 22217
United States

Company Description: ONR's Quentin Saulter manages the FEL development effort in cooperation with the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Directed Energy and Electric Weapons Office,...   more

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  • Ph. D. , Physics
  • B.S. , Mathematics and Physics
    SUNY Stony Brook
  • Ph.D , Physics
    University of Rochester
  • B.S. degree , Mathematics and Physics
    SUNY Stony Brook
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Doug Lung's RF CURRENT - Issue 227 - August 14, 2000, 14 Aug 2000 [cached]
ONR Program Officer Michael Shlesinger explained, "The fact that the trajectory is chaotic gives it the richness to represent many symbols.
Cielo Institute - Biophysical Solutions, 21 Jan 2015 [cached]
MICHAEL F. SHLESINGER, Ph.D.: Associate Scientist in Theoretical Physics Statistical Physics and Biophysics Chief Scientist in Physical Sciences, Office of Naval Research; Fellow of the American Physical Society; Consultant in Physics to Exxon and General Electric Corporations; Founder of the journal, Fractals; Editor or Editorial Board Member of several prominent physics journals; Founder of the Experimental Chaos Conference series. His pioneering work in statistical predictions and descriptions of random and deterministic processes has influenced the physics of amorphous solids and glasses, classical mechanics and biophysics.
"The molecules in explosives, mostly ..., 19 Sept 2008 [cached]
"The molecules in explosives, mostly nitrogen based, have rotational and vibrational characteristics that show up in the terahertz region," says Michael Shlesinger, a division director with the Office of Naval Research (ONR), which together with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory is spending US $30 million a year on counter-IED R&D.
"The unsolved problem is the scan rate, when the explosives are well-hidden," Shlesinger says.
William Landay III and ONR ..., 30 Oct 2007 [cached]
William Landay III and ONR honored Dr. Michael F. Shlesinger as the 2006 recipient.
Shlesinger, of the Office of Naval Research's Physical Sciences Division, was recognized for being a strong force in fostering research in nonlinear dynamics with applications to ship-borne crane control; jet engine flameout prevention; secure communications; new magnetic, electric, and electromagnetic sensors for force protection; high-power laser arrays for communications, and chaotic logic gate arrays for a novel computing paradigm.Shlesinger began his career at the Office of Naval Research when he joined the ONR Physics Division in 1983.In 1986 he became the division's director.He later created the division's nonlinear dynamics program and has co-managed joint ONR programs in oceanography, mathematics, engineering, and neuroscience.He became ONR's chief scientist for nonlinear science in 1995.At present, Shlesinger is the research division director in the Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare and Combating Terrorism Department where he still manages the nonlinear dynamics program and is also co-manager of ONR's counter-IED program. [Source:]
2003rd Meeting, Friday, December 04, 1992 8:15 PM, 4 Dec 1992 [cached]
Michael F. Shlesinger Office of Naval Research
2003 rd Meeting Abstract
Michael Shlesinger is the Director of the Physics Division at the Office of Naval Research and Program Manager for the fields of Nonlinear Dynamics and Fractals. He received a B.S. degree in Mathematics and Physics from SUNY Stony Brook, and a Ph.D in Physics from the University of Rochester. His own research has focused on fractal stochastic processes related to areas such as disordered materials and turbulence.
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