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Russell A Hulse
Assoc VP for Strategic Init-Office Of The President
Office MailstopMail Box: MP15 
Email Address  rah043000@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-4573    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 M.A.PhysicsThe University of Massachusetts, Amherst1975
 Ph.D.PhysicsThe University of Massachusetts, Amherst1975
 B.S.PhysicsThe Cooper Union, New York, NY1970
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Research History and Current Interests

Previous Research:

  1. Pulsar radio astronomy, including pulsar searches and discovery of the binary pulsar PSR1913+16
  2. Computer modelling of transport and atomic processes in magnetically confined controlled thermonuclear fusion plasmas

Current Interests include:

  1. Science Education, with a special focus on science museums and "informal" science education, Project based learning systems, and other approaches to integrated STEM learning
  2. Science policy & the interdisciplinary advancement of science and technology
Computer Modelling Environments
Computer modeling software systems addressing user interface and code development issues for large scale scientific computing.

K-12 Science Education
Investigations into the use of computer modeling, computer-instrumented hands-on experiments, and other approaches to improved K-12 science and technology education.

Contact Science
The goal of the Contact Science program is to deliveer hands-on  science to local communities using small-scale traveling science exhibits hosted by public libraries. This approach to informal science education takes advantage of the broad socio-economic access afforded by libraries to provide an ongoing, readily accessible science education presence within a highly diverse range of communities. Associated books, group activities, take-home projects and mentoring will support and extend the exhibit program. Successful prototyping in our local community library has the program poised to expand to regional, and ultimately, national scope.
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  YearPublication  Type
1994
The Discovery of the Binary Pulsar, Russel A. Hulse, Reviews of Modern Physics 66, 699.
Category: Reviews of Modern Physics
Peer reviewed
1993
Modelling of Impurity Transport in the Core Plasma, R.A. Hulse, in Atomic and Plasma Material Interaction Processes in Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion, janev and Drawin Eds., p165, (Elsevier, 1993)
Category: Elsevier
Other
1989
The ALADDIN Atomic Physics Database System, R. A. Hulsem American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings #206, p 63, Kim and Elton, Eds.(Adopted as the standard system used by the International Atomic Energy Agency)
Category: American Institute of Physics
Conference paper
1988
Particle Transport in Pellet-Fueled TFTR Plasmas, R.A. Hulse et.al., Proceedings of the International Atomic Energy Agency Technical Committee Meeting on Pellet Injection and Toroidal Confinement, Gut Ising, Germany, p 99
 

Conference paper
1984
He++ Transport in the PDX Tokamak, R. J. Fonck and R. A. Hulse, Phys. Rev. Lett. 52, 530
Category: Physical Review Letters
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Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
  The Discovery of the Binary Pulsar
Novel Prize Lecture, Les Prix Nobel
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2007-PresentRegental Professor and Associate Professor for Strategic Initiatives  University of Texas at Dallas
2006-PresentMember, Board of Directors  Battelle Memorial Institute
2004-2007Associate Vice President for Research and Economic Development  University of Texas at Dallas
1977-2007Principal Research PhysicistPlasma Physics Laboratory Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
1975-1977Research Associate  National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, VA
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 Additional Information
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Current Additional Professional Activities
  1. Engineering Advisory Council, Cooper Union School of Engineering
  2. Program Advisory Committee, Plasma Science Advanced Computing Institute
  3. Consultant, Institute for Defense Analysis
  4. DoD Missile Defense Advisory Committee
  5. Various other advisory and consultant roles in research, education and business

Professional Societies
  1. American Association for the Advancement of Science
  2. American Physical Society
  3. American Astronomical Society
  4. Institute of Physics

Honors
  1. Nobel Prize in Physics
  2. Fellow, American Physical Society
  3. Fellow, Institute of Physics
  4. Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
  5. Distinguished Research Fellow, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
  6. Gano Dunn Alumni Award for Achievement in Science, The Cooper Union
  7. Doctor of Science, University of Massachusetts

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