Gerald Dionne

Dionne, Gerald 2131599_2968690

Title: Physicist
Company: Flex Time
Location: Winchester, Massachusetts, United States

Gerald Dionne, Physicist at Flex Time, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics, research and engineering.

With more than 50 years of practiced experience as a physicist, Dr. Dionne is an expert in the field. Since 2012, he has been a member of the Lincoln Laboratory research staff at Flex Time. Prior to this position, he was a research affiliate with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In his career, he has worked for such recognizable companies as Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, McGill University, Sylvania Electric Products and IBM Corp.

Dr. Dionne was interested in science at an early age and earned a Bachelor of Science in physics from the University of Montreal in 1956, summa cum laude. He continued at McGill University to receive a Bachelor in Engineering Physics, magna cum laude in 1958. A year later, Dr. Dionne obtained a Master of Science from Carnegie-Mellon University. Following this, he earned a PhD in the field from McGill University in 1964.

In 2009, Dr. Dionne published “Magnetic Oxides.” In addition to this publication, he has long been a contributor to articles in scientific journals and to chapters in books. His achievements include patents for microwaves, superconducting, magnetic and optical technology. His research in magnetism and magnetic materials such as magnetoelastic and magneto-optic phenomena and devices as the magnetic spin transport, magnetoresistance, and superconductivity theory and devices have befitted him notoriety among his peers. Furthermore, Dr. Dionne has researched in sub millimeter-wave and far-infrared physics and instrumentation for the atmospheric spectroscopy, and the physics of electron emission. He is a lifelong fellow of the IEEE, a senior member of the American Physical Society and affiliated with the Materials Research Society, Sigma Xi and the Corp. of Professional Engineers.

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