Dr Sajeev John


Department of Physics, University of Toronto

60 St. George Street
M5S 1A7
PH: 1 (416) 978-3459
Email: [email protected]


Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and Quantum Optics:
University Professor: Ph.D., Harvard (1984); Assistant Professor, Princeton (1986-89); S.B. M.I.T., (1979); NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsylvania (1984-86); Consultant, Exxon Research (1985-89); Consultant, Bell Communication Research (1989); Principal Investigator, Photonics Research Ontario; Herzberg Medal (1995), McLean Senior Fellow (1996-present), Steacie Prize (1997), Killam Fellowship (1998-2000), Guggenheim Fellowship (2000-2001), Humboldt Senior Scientist Award (2000-present), King Faisal International Prize for Science 2001, Toronto Star, Physics Today, 2002 Premier's Platinum Award.
Condensed matter physics, disordered systems, optical properties, localization, many-body theory, magnetism, superconductivity.

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