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Dr. Collin Leslie Broholm
Professor of Physics
broholm@jhu.edu

Department of Physics and Astronomy,
The Johns Hopkins University,
Bloomberg 345
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Phone: (410) 516-7840
Fax: (410) 516-7239

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Birth: September 20, 1961, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Citizenship:
US Citizen.
Marital Status:
Married, 3 children born 1988, 1991 and 1995.
Employment:
1997- Professor of Physics, The Johns Hopkins University
1994-1997 Associate Professor of Physics, The Johns Hopkins University
1990-1994 Assistant Professor of Physics, The Johns Hopkins University
1988-1990 Postdoctoral Member of Technical Staff,
AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey
1985-1988 Research Assistant, Department of Solid Sate Physics,
Risų National Laboratory, Denmark.
Education:
1985-1988 The University of Copenhagen, Denmark,
Ph.D., Physics, September 1988
1980-1985 The Technical University of Denmark,
M. S., Physics and Electrical Engineering, September 1985.
Grants and Awards:
2004 Fellow of the American Physical Society
2000-2003 NSF "Neutron Scattering Studies of Solids with Strong Fluctuations" ($330k)
1998-2001 NIST "Development of new High Intensity Cold Neutron Spectrometers" ($216k)
1998-2001 NSF "Magnetized States of Quantum Spin Chains" with D. H. Reich ($270k).
1997 NSF "High Field Low T Cryo-System for Neutron Scattering" ($100k).
1995-1998 NIST "Design of doubly focusing cold neutron spectrometer" ( ~ $150k).
1994-1999 NSF "Presidential Faculty Fellowship" ($500k).
1993-1996 NSF "Low Dimensional Quantum Magnetism" with D. H. Reich ($275k).
1987 Travel Grant from the Danish Research Academy.
1987 The Danish J. Angelo Award for excellence in research.
Professional Activities:
2000 Member of BESAC sub-panel evaluating LANSCE and IPNS.
1999- Member of SNS Instrumentation Oversight Committee.
1999- Member of the DOE Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee.
1997-1998 Chairman of the executive committee of the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center Users Group.
1996-1997 Vice chairman of the executive committee of the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center Users Group.
1996 Member of subpanel evaluating upgrade proposals at US spallation neutron sources for the DOE.
1995 Invited participant inwork shop evaluating the merits of a long pulse spallation neutron source in the USA.
1988- Editorial Consultant: Physical Review Letters (sometimes as Divisional Associate Editor), Physical Review B, Physica B and Journal of Applied Physics.
1993 Chairman, Condensed Matter Physics Working Group at workshop on Opportunities at Future Spallation Neutron Sources.
1991-1994 Summer visitor, National Institute of Standards and Technology.
1991 Summer Visitor, Risų National Laboratory.
1987 Visiting Scientist, AECL, Chalk River Nuclear Labs, Canada.
1987 Visiting Scientist, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey.
Graduate Students:
Matthew Stone fourth year student shared with D. H. Reich.
Ying Chen fourth year student.
Goran Gasparovic fourth year student.
Yiming Qiu Fifth year student.
Guangyong Xu, Ph. D. 1998, now postdoctoral fellow at University of Chicago.
Philip Hamar, Ph. D. 1998, shared with D. H. Reich. now at Naval Research Laboratory.
Daniel Dender, Ph. D. 1999, shared with D. H. Reich. now sta at NIST.
Seunghun Lee, Ph.D. March 1996, now research assistant NIST and UMd.
Wei Bao, Ph.D. 1995, now research sta at LANL.
Shaolong Ma, Ph.D. 1994, now in industry.
Postdoctoral fellows supervised:
Dr. Clemens Ulrich 1999-2000 now at Max Planck Institute.
Dr. Igor P. Zaliznyak 1996-1999 now research sta at BNL.

Courses taught:
2001 Spring  171.312 "Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics"
2000 Fall  Graduate course "Magnetism"
2000 Spring 171.104 "General Physics for Bio-Science Majors II"
1999 Fall 171.103 "General Physics for Bio-Science Majors I"
1999 Spring 171.112 "General Physics Laboratory"
1998 Fall 171.103 "General Physics for Bio-Science Majors I"
1998 Spring 171.112 "General Physics Laboratory"
1997 Fall 171.103 "General Physics for Bio-Science Majors I"
1997 Spring 171.764 "Experimental Techniques in Condensed Matter Physics"
1996 Fall 171.103 "General Physics for Bio-Science Majors I"
1996 Spring 171.634 "Magnetism"
1995 Fall 171.621 "Condensed Matter Physics"
1995 Spring 171.632 "Scattering Techniques in Materials Science"
1994 Fall 171.621 "Condensed Matter Physics"
1994 Spring 171.622 "Condensed Matter Physics"
1993 Fall 171.621 "Condensed Matter Physics"
1993 Spring 171.302 "Introduction to E & M"
1992 Fall 171.621 "Condensed Matter Physics"
1992 Spring 171.622 "Condensed Matter Physics"
1991 Fall 171.621 "Condensed Matter Physics"
1991 Spring 172.632 "Physics seminar"
     


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