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applied physics professor

Thomas Carlisle Marshall was American applied physics professor. Research grantee Department Energy, Office Naval Research, National Science Foundation. Fellow: American Physical Society (study group on directed energy weapons 1985-1987); member: Free Election Lasers and Advanced Concepts in Accelerator Physics.

Background

Marshall, Thomas Carlisle was born on January 29, 1935 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. Son of Stephen Irby and Bertha Marie (Bieger) Marshall.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Case Institute of Technology, 1957. Master of Science, University Illinois, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, University Illinois, 1960.

Career

Assistant professor electrical engineering, University of Illinois, 1961-1962;member of faculty, Columbia University, since 1962;assistant professor electrical engineering, Columbia University, 1962-1965;associate professor, Columbia University, 1965-1970;professor engineering science, Columbia University, 1970-1978;professor applied physics, Columbia University, since 1978.

Membership

Fellow: American Physical Society (study group on directed energy weapons 1985-1987). Member: Free Election Lasers and Advanced Concepts in Accelerator Physics.

Connections

Children: Julian, John.

father:
Stephen Irby Marshall

mother:
Bertha Marie (Bieger) Marshall

child:
Julian Marshall

child:
John Marshall