Jack Campbell

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Membership: 

Adjunct Professor

Address: 

2136 Westbrook Lane Livermore, CA 94550

Phone: 

925-784-5441

Email: 

campbelljh@comcast.net

Biography: 

Jack Campbell is founder of Material Science Solutions (MSS; established. 2007), a small high-tech company specializing in advanced laser materials and materials processing R&D. MSS serves private sector business clients in aerospace, laser processing, optical materials and micro/nano fabrication. Prior to starting MSS, Jack was a member of the senior scientific staff at Lawrence Livermore National Lab (LLNL) where he spent more than 30 years developing optical materials for use on high-energy/high-peak-power lasers. He was lead scientist for optical materials and optical fabrication for the 10MJ, 500TW Nd-glass laser system of the National Ignition Facility (NIF) commissioned in 2007. Jack is a recipient of the International Otto-Schott Research Award for innovative research on glasses and glass-ceramics (1999) and the American Ceramic Society’s (Optical Glass division) George Morey award for research on laser glasses (2003). He has received four R&D100 awards (1987, 1988, 2001 and 2007) for inventions of new optical materials and processes. Jack received his PhD degree in Physical Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.

Education: 

Ph.D. Physical Chemistry; University of Illinois, Urbana Illinois (1975)
B.S. Chemistry; Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY (1970)

Journal Publications:

2016 L. J. Jiang, J. H. Campbell, Y.F. Lu, T Bernat and N. Petta, “Direct-writing target structures by two-photon polymerization”, Fusion Sci. and Tech., in press, (2016)
2016 T.P. Bernat, J. H. Campbell, N. Petta, I. Sakellari, S. Koo, and C.P. Grigoropoulos, “Fabrication of Micron-scale Cylindrical Tubes by 2-Photon Polymerization”, Fusion Sci. and Tech., in press, (2016).
2015 L. J. Jiang, J. H. Campbell, Y.F. Lu, T Bernat and N. Petta “Precision fabrication of laser targets: development of 2-photon polymerization as a next-generation tool” Published in the proceedings of the International Congress on the Applications of Lasers &Electro-optics (ICALEO), Oct 18-22, 2015.
2011 J.H. Campbell, J. S. Hayden and A. Marker “High-Power Solid State Lasers: A Laser Glass Perspective”, Intl. J. Applied Glass Sci. (March 2011). P.R. Ehrmann, K. Carlson,
2008 J. H. Campbell, C. A. Click and R. K. Brow, “Neodymium Fluorescence Quenching by Hydroxyl Groups in Phosphate Laser Glasses”, J. Non. Cryst. Solids, 349, (2004) p.105-114.
2004 P.R. Ehrmann, K. Carlson, J. H. Campbell, C. A. Click and R. K. Brow, “Neodymium Fluorescence Quenching by Hydroxyl Groups in Phosphate Laser Glasses”, J. Non. Cryst. Solids, 349, (2004) p.105-114.
2004 J. Campbell, “Glasses for High-Power/High-Energy Lasers”, Am, Ceram. Soc. Bull. May 2004, p.9101-9109.
2003 C. A. Click, R. K. Brow, P. R. Ehrmann and J. H. Campbell, “Characterization of Pt4+ in Alumino-metaphosphate Laser Glasses”, J. Non. Cryst. Solids,319 (2003)p.95-108
2002 M. Karabulut, G. K. Marasinghe, C. A. Click, E. Metwalli, R. K. Brow, C. H. Booth, J. J. Bucher, D. K. Shuh, T. I. Suratwala, and J. H. Campbell, “XAFS Investigation of Platinum Local Environment in Phosphate Laser Glasses”, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 85 [5] 1090-99 (2002).
2002 P. R. Ehrmann and J. H. Campbell, “Non-Radiative Energy Losses and Radiation Trapping in Nd-doped Phosphate Laser Glasses”, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 85 [5] 1061-69 (2002).
2000 J. H. Campbell, T. I. Suratwala, C. B. Thorsness, J. S. Hayden, A. J. Marker III, K. Takeuchi, M. Smolley, and G. Ficini-Dorn, “Continuous Melting of Phosphate Laser Glass”, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 263/264, (2000) p. 342-357.
2000 T. I. Suratwala, R. Steele, G. Wilke, J. H. Campbell, and K. Takeuchi, “Effects of OH Content, Water Vapor Pressure, and Temperature on Slow Crack Growth Behavior in Phosphate Laser Glass”, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 263/264 (2000), p. 213-227.
 

Location

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
209N Scott Engineering Center
P.O. Box 880511
Lincoln, NE 68588-0511, USA
 

Contact

Phone: (402) 472-3771
Fax:     (402) 472-4732

Email: ylu2@unl.edu

 

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