Lloyd Armstrong, Jr.
1965-1966 Postdoctoral Physicist, Lawrence Radiation
Laboratory, Berkeley, California
1966 University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. (Physics)
Field of Thesis: Experimental and Theoretical
Investigation of Atomic Hyperfine Structure
1962 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B.S.
2005 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Doctor of Humane Letters
2014- University Professor Emeritus and Provost Emeritus
2005-2014 University Professor and Provost Emeritus
University of Southern California
2005-2014 Professor of Education, University of Southern California
1993-2005 Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs,
University of Southern California
1993-2014 Professor of Physics, University of Southern California
1987-1993 Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University
1985-1987 Chair, Department of Physics and Astronomy,
The Johns Hopkins University
1968-1993 Faculty Member, The Johns Hopkins University
1977-1993 Professor of Physics
1973-1977 Associate Professor of Physics
1969-1973 Assistant Professor of Physics
1968-1969 Research Associate
1981-1983 Program Officer for Atomic, Molecular and Plasma
Physics; Program Officer for Theoretical Physics;
National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. (on
leave-of-absence from Johns Hopkins University)
1978-1979 Visiting Fellow, Joint Institute for Laboratory
Astrophysics, Boulder, Colorado (on leave-of-absence from Johns Hopkins University)
1972-1973 Maitre de Recherche Associe, Centre National de la
Recherche Scientifique, Orsay, France (on leave-of-absence from Johns Hopkins University)
1967-1968 Senior Physicist, Westinghouse Research Center,
Summer 1983 Visiting Physicist, Centre National de la
Recherche Scientifique, Orsay, France
Summer 1981 Professor d'Echange, Universite de Paris,
Summer 1977 Visiting Physicist, Centre National de la
Recherche Scientifique, Orsay, France
Summer 1976 Consultant, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory,
Summer 1975 Visitor, Aspen Center for Physics, Aspen,
Summer 1974 Visiting Professor, University of Cologne,
Summer 1970 Visiting Physicist, Centre National de la
Recherche Scientifique, Orsay, France
Fellow, American Physical Society
1997 Chair, Workshop on Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Basic Energy Sciences Division of the Department of Energy
1996-1998 Member, Advisory Board of the Rochester Theory Center for Optical Science and Engineering. Chair, 1997-98
1994-1997 Member, Advisory Board of the Institute for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Harvard
1992-1996 Member, Advisory Board of the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara
Steering Committee, 1993-1996
1989-1996 Member, National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council (NAS/NRC) Board on Physics and Astronomy
Executive Committee, 1993-1996
1993 Member, National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council (NAS/NRC) Committee on Atomic and Molecular Sciences Science Assessment Panel
1992 Director, Adriatico Research Conference on Hydrogen Atoms in Intense Electromagnetic Fields, International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, August, 1992
1991-1994 Member, National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council (NAS/NRC) Committee on Atomic and Molecular Sciences Panel on Future Opportunities in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Sciences
1991 Chairman, Panel on Quantum and Nonlinear Optics, for Future Research Opportunities in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Department of Energy
1991 Member, Committee of Visitors, Physics Division, National Science Foundation
1989-1992 National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council (NAS/NRC) Panel for the National Measurement Laboratory (NML) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Member-at-Large, 1989; Panel for Physics (successor panel following NIST reorganization)
1989 Member, Local Organizing Committee, 1989 International Conference on the Physics of Electron and Atomic Collisions (ICPEAC)
1987-1988 Member, Nominating Committee for the 1987, 1988 Herbert P. Broida Prize (American Physical Society)
1986-1988 Member, American Physical Society Panel on Public Affairs
1985-1992 Member, National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council (NAS/NRC) Panel for the Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics of the Board on Assessment of the National Bureau of Standards, Chairman, 1989-92
1985-1989 Member, Nominating Committee for the Davisson-Germer Prize (American Physical Society), 1985, 1987, Chairman, 1989
1985-1988 Member, National Science Foundation (NSF) Advisory Committee for Physics
1984-1990 Board of Editors, Physical Review A
1984-1990 Member, Organizing Committee, International Conference on Multiphoton Processes III (ICOMP III), 1984; International Conference on Multiphoton Processes IV (ICOMP IV), 1987; International Conference on Multiphoton Processes V (ICOMP V), 1990
1984-1989 Member, National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council (NAS/NRC) Committee on Atomic and Molecular Sciences
Vice Chairman, 1984-1985
Past Chair, 1988-1989
Chairman, Panel on Facilities, 1984-1985
Chairman, Panel on Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Sciences, 1984-1985
1984-1987 Member, National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council (NAS/NRC) Committee on Recommendations for the U.S. Army Basic Scientific Research
1983-1984 Member, Nominating Committee, Division of Electron and Atomic Physics of the American Physical Society
1980 Co-organizer, The Johns Hopkins University Workshop on Atomic Data Needs in Astrophysics
1976 Member, Division of Electron and Atomic Physics of the American Physical Society (APS) Program Committee
2014- Member, Board Committee on Education, Laureate International University
2013- Founding Member, Minerva Academy
2010-2013 Member, Board of Trustees of Altius Education, Inc.
2010 - 2016 Member, Advisory Board of Fidelis, Inc.
2009-2014 Member, Board of Directors of the Pacific Century Institute
2006 - 2018 Member, Advisory Board of InsideTrack, Inc
2001- Member, Council on Foreign Relations
1996-2013 Member, Pacific Council on International Policy
1996-2005 Member, Board of Directors of the Pacific Council on International Policy
1994-2005 Member, Board of Directors of the California Council on Science and Technology
1994-2000 Member, Board of Directors of the Southern California Economic Partnership
1994-2000 Member, National Advisory Board of The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth
1989-1993 Member, Governing Board of the University Consortium
for Atmospheric Research
1975-1982 Department of Energy
1972-1981 National Science Foundation (no funding 1981-1983
1983-1990 because was on leave at NSF during that period)
1. Magnetic Moments of Rhenium-186 and Rhenium-188 and Analysis of the Rhenium Hyperfine Structure, with Richard Marrus, Phys. Rev. 138, B310 (1965).
2. Nuclear Moments of Americium-241 and 16-h Americium-242 and Analysis of the Hyperfine Fields, with Richard Marrus, Phys. Rev. 144, 994 (1966).
3. Relativistic Effects in Atomic Fine Structure, J. Math. Phys. 7, 1891 (1966).
4. Dependence of Laser Axial Beat Note Amplitude on Zeeman Separation, with Dolores Ali and Tetsuo Hadeishi, UCRL-1750 (September 1966).
5. Matrix Elements of the Coulomb Interaction in Conjugate Configurations, Phys. Rev. 166, 63 (1968).
6. Spin Orbit Constants and the Scaled Thomas Fermi Potential, with R. Liebermann,
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 8, 1163 (1968).
7. Relativistic Effects in Atomic Fine Structure. II. J. Math. Phys. 9, 1983 (1968).
8. Symmetry Properties of the Spin-Spin Contact Hamiltonian, Phys. Rev. 170, 122 (1968).
9. Matrix Elements Between Configurations Having Several Open Shells. I. Phys. Rev.
172, 12 (1968).
10. Matrix Elements Between Configurations Having Several Open Shells. II. Phys. Rev.
172, 18 (1968).
11. Magnetic Interactions in Mixed Configurations, with S. Feneuille, Phys. Rev. 173, 58 (1968).
12. Intermediate Coupling Transition Probabilities in Si II, with R. Liebermann, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 9, 123 (1969).
13. Matrix Factorizations for the Coulomb Interaction between Electrons in Atoms, with B. R. Judd, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) A309, 185 (1969).
14. Crystal Field Induced Configuration Interaction in the Configuration (ln + l2)N, J. Chem. Phys. 51, 129 (1969).
15. Reduced Spin-Spin Matrix Elements for fn, with L. H. Taylor, J. Chem. Phys. 51, 3789 (1969).
16. Quasiparticles in Atomic Shell Theory, with B. R. Judd, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) A315, 27 (1970).
17. Atomic Structure Calculations in a Factorized Shell, with B.R. Judd, Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) A315, 39 (1970).
18. Group Properties of Radial Wavefunctions, Supp. to J. de Phys. (Paris) 31, C4-17 (1970).
19. O(2,1) and the Harmonic Oscillator Radial Function, J. Math. Phys. 12, 953 (1971).
20. Group Properties of Hydrogenic Radial Functions, Phys. Rev. 3, 1546 (1971).
21. Theory of the Hyperfine Structure of Free Atoms, (Wiley Interscience, New York, 1971).
22. Coulomb Correction in Nuclear Beta Decay: Elementary Particle Treatment, with C. W. Kim, Phys. Rev. C 5, 672 (1972).
23. SO(2,1) and the Hulthen Potential, with B. I. Dunlap, Phys. Rev. A 6, 1370 (1972).
24. Limitation on the Use of Impulse Approximation in Nuclear Decay, with C. W. Kim, Phys. Letters 41B, 39 (1972).
25. Comparison of Impulse Approximation and Elementary Particle Treatment in Nuclear Beta Decay, with C. W. Kim, Phys. Rev. C 6, 1924 (1972).
26. On the Additive Nature of Correlation and Relativistic Effects in Atomic Hyperfine Structure, with S. Feneuille, Phys. Rev. A 8, 1173 (1973).
27. Influence of Photon Statistics on the Block-Siegert Shift, with S. Feneuille, J. Phys. B 6, L182 (1973).
28. Group Theory and Atomic Physics, Proceedings of the Second International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, Nijmegen, 1973.
29. Relativistic Effects in the Many Electron Atom, with S. Feneuille, Vol. 10 of "Advances in Atomic and Molecular Physics" Ed. by D. R. Bates (Academic Press, 1974).
30. An Open Shell Random Phase Approximation, J. Phys. B. 7, 2320 (1974).
31. Theoretical Analysis of the Phase Shift Measurement of Lifetimes Using Monochromatic Light, with S. Feneuille, J. Phys. B 8, 546 (1975).
32. Comment Concerning the Study of Autoionizing States Using Parametric Generation, with B. L. Beers, Phys. Rev. Lett. 34, 1290 (1975).
33. Resonant-Multiphoton Ionization Via the Fano Autoionization Formalism, with B. L. Beers and S. Feneuille, Phys. Rev. A 5, 1903 (1975).
34. Exact Solution of a Realistic Model for Two Photon Ionization, with B. L. Beers, Phys. Rev. A 12, 2447 (1975).
35. Phenomenes d'Interferences Dependant du Flux Lumineaux dans les Processus Resonnants d'Ionization Multiphotonique, with S. Feneuille, J. de Physique 36, L235 (1975).
36. Photoionization Cross Section for Atomic Chlorine Using an Open Shell Random Phase Approximation, with A. Starace, Phys. Rev. A 13, 1850 (1976).
37. Photon Correlation Effects in Resonant Two-Photon Ionization, with P. Lambropoulos and N. K. Rahman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 36, 952 (1976).
38. Relativistic Transition Probabilities in the Li and Be Sequences, with D. Lin and W. Fielder, Phys. Rev. A 14, 114 (1976).
39. Multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock Calculation of Photoionization Cross Sections of the Rare Gases, with J. R. Swanson, Phys. Rev. A 15, 661 (1977).
40. Photoionization of Positive Ions: Outer p Subshells of the Noble Gas Isoelectronic Sequences, with A. Msezane, R. F. Rielman, S. Manson, and J. R. Swanson, Phys. Rev. A 15, 668 (1977).
41. Relativistic Oscillator Strengths for El Transitions in the Argon Isoelectronic Sequence, with D. Lin and W. Fielder, Phys. Rev. A 16, 589 (1977).
42. Nonexpotential Decay Profile of the 2 S State of He-like Ions, with D. Lin, Phys. Rev. A 16, 791 (1977).
43. Multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock Calculation of Photoionization Cross Sections of the Rare Gases. II. Final State Correlation, with J. R. Swanson, Phys. Rev. A 16, 1117 (1977).
44. Model Calculation of Resonant Multiphoton Ionization, with B. L. Beers, in Electronic and Atomic Collisions, Ed. by G. Watel et. al. (North Holland, 1977).
45. Theory of Resonant Multiphoton Ionization in Atoms, with S. Feneuille, in Multiphoton Processes, Ed. by J. H. Eberly and P. Lambropoulos (John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1978).
46. Multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock Calculation of Magnetic Quadrupole Transition by Be Isoelectronic Sequence, with D. L. Lin and W. Fielder, Astrophysical Journal 219, 1093 (1978).
47. Relativistic Effects in Highly Ionized Atoms, in Structure and Collisions of Ions and Atoms, Ed. by I. Sellin (Springer-Verlag, 1978).
48. Interference Between Radiative Emission and Autoionization in the Decay of Excited States of Atoms, with C. E. Theodosiou and M. J. Wall, Phys. Rev. A 18, 2538 (1978).
49. Short-time Behavior in Multiphoton Ionization, with C. E. Theodosiou, M. Crance and S. Feneuille, Phys. Rev. A 19, 766 (1979).
50. Two Photon Ionization of Cs, with C. E. Theodosiou, J. Phys. B 12, L87 (1979).
51. Laser Band Width Effect on Two Photon Two Channel Ionization in Cs, with J. H. Eberly, J. Phys. B 12, L291 (1979).
52. Bistability Effects in Cooperative Multiphoton Ionization, J. Phys. B 12, L719 (1979).
53. Resonance Lineshape and Photoelectron Spectrum in Power Broadened Two PhotonIonization, with S. V. O'Neil, J. Phys. B 13, 1125 (1980).
54. Photoionization Cross Sections Using the Multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock and ItsExtensions, with W. Fielder, Physica Scripta 21, 457 (1980).
55. Variation of the Effective Order of Nonlinearity Near a Minimum in the Two-Photon Ionization Cross Section of Cs, with M. Edwards, J. Phys. B 13, L497 (1980).
56. An Adiabatic and Near-Adiabatic Model of Multiphoton Ionization, with H. C. Baker, J. Phys. B 13, 4727 (1980).
57. Relativistic Study of E1 and M1 Transitions in the Boron Isoelectronic Sequence, with M. Samii, D. Thon-That, Phys. Rev. A 23, 3034 (1981).
58. Bistability in Multiphoton Ionization with Recombination, with H. C. Baker, Optics Letters 6, 357 (1981).
59. Numerology, Hydrogenic Levels, and the Ordering of Excited States in One-Electron Atoms, Phys. Rev. A 25, 1794 (1982).
60. Energy Levels of Doubly Excited States of He, with M.Crance, Phys. Rev. A 26, 694 (1982).
61. Fluorescence Induced by Resonant Multiphoton Ionization Near an Autoionizing State, with M. Crance, J. Phys. B 15, 3199 (1982).
62. Four Wave Mixing Under Double-Resonance Conditions, with M. Crance, J. Phys. B 15, 4637 (1982).
63. Relativistic Effects in Many-Body Systems, appeared in Atomic Physics 8, Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Atomic Physics, Goteborg, Sweden, 1982. Edited by I. Lindgren, A. Rosen and S. Svanberg. (Plenum).
64. Ground State Doublet Separations in the Boron and Fluorine Isoelectronic Sequences, with D. Frye and S. Lakdawala, Phys. Rev. A 27, 1709 (1983).
65. Channel-Interaction Effects on the 3p-Subshell Photoionization of Chlorine with W. Fielder, Phys. Rev. A 28, 218 (1983).
66. Comparison of MCDF and MCRRPA Transition Energy Calculations in the Be Isoelectronic Sequence, with D. Frye, Phys. Rev. A 29, 2220 (1984).
67. Model Study of Multiphoton Ionization in Strong Fields, with M. Edwards and L. Pan, J. Phys. B 17, L515 (1984).
68. Model Study of Above Threshold Multiphoton Ionization in Strong Fields, M. Edwards and L. Pan, J. Phys. B 18, 1927 (1985).
69. New Approach to Calculating Oscillator Strengths and Transition Energies: Liouville-Dirac-Fock Theory, with D. Frye, Phys. Rev. A 31, 2070 (1985).
70. Complex-Rotated Hartree-Fock Method and Its Application to the Be-Shape Resonance, with D. Frye, Phys. Rev. A 34, 1692 (1986).
71. Comments on the Effects of the Pondermotive Potential in the Above-Threshold Ionization Process, with L. Pan and J. Eberly, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B/3, 1319 (1986).
72. Dressed State Perturbation Theory for Multiphoton Ionization of Atoms, with L. Pan and B. Sundaram, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B/4, 754 (1987).
73. Role of Excited States in Multiphoton Dynamics, with B. Sundaram, Phys. Rev. A, Phys.Rev. A 38, 152, (1988).
74. Modeling Strong Field ATI, with B. Sundaram, Journal of the Optical Society of America B,7, 414 (1990).
1. Distance Learning: An Academic Leader’s Perspective on a Disruptive Product, Change, November/December, 32, 20 (2000).
2. A New Game in Town: Competitive Higher Education, in Digital Academe: The New Media and Institutions of Higher Education and Learning, eds. Dutton, William H. and Loader, Brian D. Chapter 6. (Routledge, 2002); also in Information, Communication & Society,4, 479 ( 2001)
3. Higher Education and the Global Marketplace: Entrepreneurial Activity in a Dynamic Environment, with Douglas Becker . 2004 Pullias Lecture, USC Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis: http://www.usc.edu/dept/chepa/pullias.html
4. Globalization and Higher Education. The Navigator, 6 (1) Fall 2006. USC Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis: http://www.usc.edu/dept/chepa/pdf/nav2006f.pdf
5. Competing in the global higher education marketplace: Outsourcing, twinning, and franchising, in Strategic Financial Challenges for Higher Education: How to Achieve Quality, Accountability, and Innovation: New Directions for Higher Education, No. 140, eds. Lapovsky, Lucie, and Klinger, Donna (Jossey-Bass, 2008)
6. Learning to Do: Anchoring a State Comprehensive University in Mission Drift, in The University Next Door, Chapter 8, with Michael Horn and Michelle Weise, eds. Schneider, Mark, and Deane, K.C.(Teachers College Press, 2014)
7. Barriers to Change and Innovation in Higher Education, TIAA Institute, November 2014
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