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physicist , research scientist

Jerome Johnson Tiemann, American Research scientist, physicist. Committeeman Democratic Party, Schenectady, New York, since 1970; Fellow American Physical Society, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; member National Academy Engineering.

Background

Tiemann, Jerome Johnson was born on February 21, 1932 in Yonkers, New York, United States. Son of Roland Wilfred and Ruth Darling (Johnson) Tiemann.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953; Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1960.

Career

Research assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Synchrotron Lab, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1952-1953; teaching assistant physics department, Stanford University, California, 1953-1955; research assistant, Stanford University, California, 1955-1957; consultant professor, Stanford University, California, since 1983; consultant, Atomic Energy Commission, 1955-1957; physicist, General Electric Corporation Research and Development Center, Schenectady, New York, since 1957; Coolidge fellow, General Electric Corporation Research and Development Center, Schenectady, New York, since 1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Inventor method for making tunnel diodes, 1960. Holder over 70 patents in field.

Membership

Committeeman Democratic Party, Schenectady, New York, since 1970. Fellow American Physical Society, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Member National Academy Engineering.

Connections

Married Adrian Rooke, August 3, 1957. Children— Michael Damian, Bruce Gregory.

father:
Roland Wilfred Tiemann

mother:
Ruth Darling (Johnson) Tiemann

spouse:
Adrian Rooke