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physics professor

Albert Thomas Fromhold, was American physics professor. Achievements include research in oxide film formation, optical properties of metals, and solid state transport. Japan Society Prom. Science fellow, 1979; recipient Professor Develop award National Science Foundation, 1980. Member Electrochemical Society, American Physics Society (Jesse Beams Research award 1981).

Background

Fromhold,, Albert Thomas was born on November 25, 1935 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics, Auburn University, 1957. Master of Science, Auburn University, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Physics, Cornell University, 1961.

Career

Member research staff, Sandia Corporation, 1961-1965;alumni associate research professor, Auburn (Alabama) U., 1965-1969;professor physics, Auburn (Alabama) U., since 1970. Visiting scientist National Bureau Standards, 1969-1970, Hokkaido U., Sapporo, Japan, 1979, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1980.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in oxide film formation, optical properties of metals, and solid state transport.

Membership

Member Electrochemical Society, American Physics Society (Jesse Beams Research award 1981).

Connections

2 children.