Log In

Douglas John Paul Edit Profile

educator , microelectronics scientist

Douglas John Paul, British microelectronics scientist, educator. Certified physics. Recipient research grant European Community Esprit, since 1997; fellow Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1990-1995. Member Institute Physics.

Background

Paul, Douglas John was born on February 25, 1969 in Greenock, Scotland. Son of John Stuart and Margaret (Dunlop) Paul.

Education

Bachelor, University Cambridge, 1990. Master of Arts, University Cambridge, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy, University Cambridge, 1994.

Career

Research associate Cavendish Laboratory, University Cambridge, England, 1994-1998. Research fellow St. Edmund's College, University Cambridge, 1994-1998, fellow, since 1998. Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council advanced research fellow Cavendish Laboratory, University Cambridge, since 1998.

Member steering committee European Community Espirit Advanced Research Initiative in Microelectronics, European Community, since 1997. Wine steward St. Edmund's College, University Cambridge, since 1995. Conference presentor numerous international conferences.

Achievements

  • Certified physics.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Institute Physics.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: running, badminton, singing, piano, wine.

Connections

father:
John Stuart Paul

mother:
Margaret (Dunlop) Paul