Location: Santa Monica, California, United States
Bernardo Jaduszliwer, Physicist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electronics, photonics and physics.
Dr. Jaduszliwer was inspired to become a scientist because of the launch of Sputnik in 1957. The launch of Sputnik fulfilled his childhood affinity for all things science fiction. When Sputnik was launched, it opened space as a real new field for humanity and thus made his favorite science fiction stories feel like they could come true. Following his interest, Dr. Jaduszliwer first earned a Bachelor of Physical Sciences at the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1968 before receiving a Master of Science from the University of Toronto in 1970. He continued at the University of Toronto to earn a PhD in 1973 and followed up with a postdoctoral fellowship at the institution.
Early on in his career, Dr. Jaduszliwer worked as an associate research professor at New York University, spending a decade in this position. He relocated to California and worked for a year at Aerospace Corp. as a research position before taking on management positions at the company for the remainder of his career. When he retired in 2012, Dr. Jaduszliwer was the principal director of the Electronics and Photonics Laboratory at the company. In addition to these career positions, Dr. Jaduszliwer served as a general chair of the IEEE’s International Frequency Control Symposium, and was the associate editor of the IEEE’s Transactions in Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control. He provided his services on the editorial book review for Scientific Instruments and as an adjunct associate professor of the University of Southern California. Furthermore, Dr. Jaduszliwer was a technical advisor of the Today Buyers Guide of the American Institute of Physics and an editorial consultant of the Encyclopedia of Applied Sciences.
Dr. Jaduszliwer maintained professional affiliation with a variety of organizations throughout his career, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Physical Society and the IEEE. He holds five patents in the field and has contributed more than 38 articles to professional journals. Outside of science and research, Dr. Jaduszliwer enjoys mountaineering, hiking, traveling, playing the lute and scuba diving.
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