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consultant , Engineering specialist

Charles Randall Thompson, American engineering specialist, consultant. Achievements include development of an analytical solution to the twin planet problem, a closed form expression for a useful La Guerre function, and an analytical solution to the heat equation for the problem of laser-tissue interaction. O.M. Stewart fellow University Missouri, 1991.

Background

Thompson, Charles Randall was born on March 17, 1965 in Waco, Texas, United States. Son of Charles Ray Thompson and Marlene Gayle Dick.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics, University Missouri, 1987. Master of Science in Theoretical Physics, University Missouri, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Physics, University Missouri, 1992.

Career

Theoretical physicist Operational Technology, San Antonio, 1995-1996. Engineering specialist Lockheed Martin, Litchfield Park, Arizona, since 1996. Air Force representative committee for laser safety American National Standards Institute, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, 1992.

Consultant Armstrong Laboratory, Brooks Air Force Base, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of an analytical solution to the twin planet problem, a closed form expression for a useful La Guerre function, and an analytical solution to the heat equation for the problem of laser-tissue interaction.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Creator (computer program) Wavelet Player, 1995, (computer game) Net Cribbage, 1997.

Membership

Captain United States Air Force, 1992-1995. Member International Society Optical Engineering, BeOS Developer's Program, Macintosh Developer's Program.

Connections

father:
Charles Ray Thompson

mother:
Marlene Gayle Dick