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Shinil Cho

Shinil Cho, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Mathematics
Physics
412-536-1178

education:

  • B.S., Rikkyo University (Tokyo, Japan)
  • M.S., Seoul national University (Seoul, Korea)
  • Ph.D., Ohio Sate University

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:

American Translators Association Accredited Translator (English into Japanese)

SCHOLARLY/PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • First successful observation of the electrical conductivity of polyethylene below 0.3K by nuclear magnetic resonance at Ohio State University.
  • World's first demonstration of the feasibility of an Axion detector at University of Florida.
  • An earliest measurements of high temperature superconductor by microwave technology.
  • Construction of a stable regenerative oscillators working at the liquid helium temperature at University of Florida.
  • Construction of the world's first commercial nuclear magnetic resonance probe at 4.2K and the Dynamic Angle Spinning (DAS) probe at Doty Scientific Inc.
  • Invited presentations at Ohio State University, Stanford University, University of Florida, Bruker Instruments Inc., Dory Scientific Inc., NTT Data Communications, and Japan Science and Technology Corporation.

PUBLISHED:

"A Parameterized Description of NMR Signal Reception Systems Part I: Impedance of Transmission Line and Probe; and Part II: S/N Ratio of NMR Signal Reception Systems"; S.I. Cho and N.S Sullivan: Concepts in Magnetic Resonance.

RECENT ARTICLES PUBLISHED:

"How to Write Persuasive Technical English" (a one-year sequence of special article contribution to Journal of Information Management published by Japan Science and Technology Corporation, a Japanese governmental organization.)

"Statistics for Translators" (JLD journal, American Translators Association, Summer 2003)

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:

  • NSF Pre-doctoral Fellow
  • Young Physicist Award, 17th Low Temperature Conference (LT XVII)
  • Who's Who in Southeast
  • Nominated as a judge at Intel International Science & Engineering Fair

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS:

  • American Physical Society
  • American Physics Teachers Association
  • Japanese Physical Society
  • Korean Physical Society
  • Korean Scientists in America
  • American Translators Association

JOINED LA ROCHE: 

2000

HOMETOWN: 

Tokyo, Japan