Title: Research Physicist
Company: U.S. Army
Location: Short Hills, New Jersey, United States
Lawrence D’Aries, Research Physicist for the U.S. Army, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics.
Specializing in non-destructive testing, body armor, and X-ray functionality testing for safety, Mr. D’Aries has been a part of many important projects throughout his career. As a civilian scientist working for the military, he is proud to have served his country since 1991. At the present, he is working on a new non-destructive inspection method for the military and hopes it will have a lasting impact.
Mr. D’Aries prepared for a career in physics research by first earning a Bachelor of Arts in applied mathematics from Drew University in 1983. He continued at The Pennsylvania State University to receive a Master of Science in 1986. He is a member of the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing, the IEEE, SPIE, and The American Society for Nondestructive Testing, and he is a Chartered Engineer. Throughout his career, he has contributed to numerous articles, journals, and scientific papers.
In 2017, Mr. D’Aries was recognized with the Excellence in Science Project Management award from the U.S. Army. Outside of his work, he enjoys the New York Jets and high end audio systems. Looking toward the future, Mr. D’Aries hopes to retire from being an Army civilian scientist and return to teaching, which he misses very much.
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