Calvin Shipbaugh Ph.D.

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Calvin Shipbaugh is a RAND physicist. His research includes: space systems, nanotechnology & biodefense, rotorcraft, and particle physics.

He was a panel member on nanotechnology applications at the Los Angeles Regional Technology Alliance (July 2003) and is a co-author currently preparing a book chapter on 'Nanotechnologies for Biodefense.' Publications include "The Potential of Nanotechnology for Molecular Manufacturing," RAND MR-615-RC, 1995 and "Thinking Small: Technologies That Can Reduce Logistics Demand", Army Logistician, Mar-Apr 2000." He has served as a committee member for dissertations: (1) RAND graduate school (Ph.D. student who is performing a high consequence/ low probability case study), and (2) Cal State Northridge (M.S. student who studied earthquake soil-structure effects). He belongs to the American Institute of Physics and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and is listed in American Men and Women of Science.

Education

B.A. Rice; Ph.D. Illinois 1988

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