CHARLES ROSENBLATT

Department of Physics,  Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio  44106-7079  USA
Email:  rosenblatt@case.edu       Tel:  +1-216-368-4125       FAX:  +1-216-368-4671


Professional:  Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio;  1987 - Present)

                                  Professor of Physics and Macromolecular Science & Ohio Eminent Scholar endowed chair
 
                           Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts;  1980 - 1987)
                                   Research Physicist, Francis Bitter National Magnet Laboratory                 
 
                           University of California (Berkeley, California;  1978 - 1980)
                                   Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory                                
 
Education:          Ph.D.  Harvard University (1978) Applied Physics
                                  (Thesis: A Light Scattering Study of Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Thin Films)
                             S.M.  Harvard University (1976) Applied Physics
                             S.B.  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1974) Physics
 
Research Interests:
 
Research Funding:   More than $14.6 million in grants from:  National Science Foundation, NASA,
                                            U.S. Dept. of Energy, Petroleum Research Fund, State of Ohio, French Foreign Ministry, the US-Israel Binational
                                            Science Foundation, and industry

                                  31 years of uninterrupted single-investigator funding from NSF's  Solid State Chemistry and Condensed Matter Physics Program
                                 Approximately 70% lifetime success rate for competitive research grant proposals
                  
 
 
Affiliations:     Fellow of the American Physical Society (elected 1996)
                         Fulbright Scholar (France) 2010
                         Recipient of CWRU's inaugural Distinguished Faculty Research Award (2013)
                         Lady Davis Fellow (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 2018)
                         Phi Beta Kappa
                         Sigma Xi science honor society
                         Professeur Invité (by competition), Université Paris 6 (2010)
                         International Liquid Crystal Society
                               Executive Board of Directors (1992 - 1996)
                               Membership Secretary (1992 - 1996)
                          Editorial Boards, Liquid Crystals (1996 – 2010),  Advances in Condensed Matter Physics (2008 - present) ,
                                                                        Crystals
(2011 - present, including Liquid Crystals section editor)  

 

Publications:   More than 200 refereed journal articles and 4 patents (click here), h-index 35 (Google Scholar)

Outside Work:   Consultant for liquid crystal device development, patents, and intellectual property litigation

  

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