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Colm Whelan

  • Colm Whelan
  • Professor & Eminent Scholar
  • Physics
  • 125 OceanographyandPhysics Bldg
  • Norfolk, VA 23529
  • 757-683-3483
  • cwhelan@odu.edu
  • Web Page
  • Education

    University Of Cambridge (United Kingdom), 2003
    Major: Theoretical Physics
    Degree: Sc.D.
    University Of Cambridge (United Kingdom), 1985
    Major: Theoretical Physics
    Degree: Ph. D.
    National University of Ireland (Dublin), 1979
    Major: Mathematical Physics
    Degree: M.Sc.
    National University of Ireland (Dublin), 1977
    Major: Mathematical Science
    Degree: B.S.
  • 1996 Co-Chair, Euro-Conference
  • 1996 Visiting Professor, Universite de Metz, France
  • 1997 Visiting Fellow, Institute for Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Physics, Harvard Unviersity
  • 1998 Chair EU Funded meeting
  • 2000 Elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society
  • 2000 Funow Foundation Lecturer, Yamanashi University, Kufu, Japan
  • 2000 Visiting Professor, Tohoku Univesity, Sendai, Japan
  • 2001 Chair Euro-Physics Conference
  • 2001 Elected a Fellow of the Institute of Physics
  • 2002 Chair International Meeting, Atomic to the Nanoscale
  • 2002 Doctorate of Science (Sc.D) award, University of Cambridge
  • 2003 named an Eminent Scholar by my University
  • 2007: Chair, 21st International Symposium on Ion-atom Collisions
  • 2006: 2006-2008 International Fellow at the Queen's University, Belfast
  • 2005: 2005 Chair sequence of the APS, Few Body Topical Group
  • 2004: 2004 Chair sequence of the APS, Few Body Topical Group
  • 2003: 2003 Chair sequence of the APS, Few Body Topical Group
  • 2003: 2003-2006 Member fo Jefferson Laboratory Committee, Southern Universities Research Association (SURA)
  • 2001: 2001-2002 DFG Mercator Professor, University of Frankfurt am Main
  • 2001: 2001-2004 Honorary Senior Research Associate, University of Cambridge
  • 1997: 1997-1999 Visiting Professor, Universite de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest,France
  • 1995: 1995-1998 Project Coordinator NATO Collaborative Research Grant, NATO Collaborative Research Grant
  • 1995: 1995-1998 Project Coordinator on Royal Society Grant, linking Cambridge and Moscow State University
  • 1993: 1993-1996 Contractor of EEC Network, Ionization and Coincidence Spectroscopies
  • 1992: 1992-1994 Project Co-ordinator, NATO Collaborative Research Grant
  • 1992: 1992-2001 Fellow, Magdalene College, Cambridge