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Prof. Theodore Van Duzer

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(510) 642-3306
University of California at Berkeley
Dr. Van Duzer is co-author of two textbooks, Principles of Superconductive Devices and Circuits and Fields and Waves in communication Electronics, and has published widely in the research literature on superconductor electronics.  His current research interests focus on Josephson devices and multigigahertz digital superconductor circuits, including hybrids with cryogenic semiconductor components. 
Dr. Van Duzer is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering
Fellow of the IEEE

for contributions to superconducting devices and to engineering education

Award Recipient

For significant and continuing contributions in the field of superconducting electronics as a researcher, educator, and mentor, in particular for directing numerous innovative research projects in superconductive device and circuit concepts, for mentoring many students who have become the core of the US activity in superconductive electronics, for his co-authorship of the standard textbook on superconductive devices, for serving as the founding Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, and for his enthusiastic support to the establishing, and frequently chairing, various conferences, workshops and study groups promoting the growth of the superconductive electronics technology.