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                             JOSEPH WILFRED GANEM

Date of Birth:                June 1, 1959

Place of Birth:               Detroit, Michigan

Fields of
Specialization:               Condensed Matter Physics. Optical Properties of
                              Materials, Lasers, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.

Degrees:                      B. S. Physics, University of Rochester, 1981
                              M. S. Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1984
                              Ph.D. Physics, Washington University in Saint Louis, 1989



                                           EXPERIENCE

Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, Loyola College in Maryland, Baltimore, MD, 2008 - present.

Associate Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, Loyola College in Maryland, Baltimore, MD,
2000 - 2008.

Assistant Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, Loyola College in Maryland, Baltimore, MD,
1994 - 2000.

Office of Naval Technology Postdoctoral Fellow, Laser Physics Branch, U. S. Naval Research
Laboratory, Washington, D.C., 1992 - 1994.

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Georgia, Athens,
Georgia, 1989 - 1992.

Research Assistant, Department of Physics, Washington University, Saint Louis, Missouri, 1985 - 1989.




                                       PUBLICATIONS


1. “Thulium sensitization of the mid-infrared transitions of praseodymium in KPb 2Cl5,” Joseph Ganem,
Michael Logie, Daniel Howse, A. G. Bluiett, S. O'Connor, N. J. Condon, and S. R. Bowman, manuscript
submitted to the Journal of Luminescence and is currently under review.

2. “Thulium-sensitized neodymium in KPb2Cl5 for mid-infrared laser development,” A. G. Bluiett, N. J.
Condon, S. O'Connor, S. R. Bowman, Michael Logie, and Joseph Ganem, Journal of the Optical Society of
America B, 22, 2250-2256(2005).

3."Spectroscopic characterization of Er-doped KPb2Cl5 laser crystals," N. W. Jenkins, S. R. Bowman, S.
O’Connor, S. K. Searles, and Joseph Ganem, Journal of Optical Materials 22 311(2003).
4."Thulium Cross-Relaxation in a Low-Phonon Energy Crystalline Host," by Joseph Ganem, Jennifer
Crawford, Paul Schmidt, N. W. Jenkins, and S. R. Bowman, Physical Review B 66 245101(2002).

5."Endothermic Cross Relaxation in Tm3+ -Doped YCl3,"Joseph Ganem, Jennifer Crawford, N. W. Jenkins,
and S. R. Bowman, OSA Trends in Optics and PhotonicsVol. 50, Advanced Solid State Lasers, Christopher
Marshall ed. (Optical Society of America, Washington, DC 2001).

6."Diode pumped room temperature 4.6 micron erbium laser," S. R. Bowman, S. K. Searles, N. W. Jenkins,
S. B. Qadri, E. F. Skelton and Joseph Ganem, OSA Trends in Optics and PhotonicsVol. 50, Advanced Solid
State Lasers, Christopher Marshall ed. (Optical Society of America, Washington, DC 2001).

7."Cross Relaxation in a Tm3+ -Doped Low-Phonon energy Laser Material," Joseph Ganem, Paul Schmidt,
and Steven Bowman, OSA Trends in Optics and PhotonicsVol. 34, Advanced Solid State Lasers, Hagop
Injeyan, Ursula Keller, and Christopher Marshall eds. (Optical Society of America, Washington, DC 2000)
p. 536-541.

8."Further Investigations of potential 4 micron laser materials," S. R. Bowman, S. K. Searles, Joseph
Ganem, Paul Schmidt OSA Trends in Optics and PhotonicsVol. 26, Advanced Solid State Lasers, Martin M.
Fejer, Hagop Injeyan, Ursula Keller eds. (Optical Society of America, Washington, DC 1999) p. 487-491.

9."Investigation of a potential mid-infrared erbium laser," S. R. Bowman, L. B. Shaw, S. Searles, B. J.
Feldman, Sean, M. Kirkpatrick, Joseph Ganem, I. Gambaryan, T. Sanamyan, E. Vartanyan, OSA Trends in
Optics and Photonics, Vol. 19, Advanced Solid State Lasers, eds. Bosenburg and Fejer (Optical Society of
America, Washington DC, 1998) p. 534-538.

10."A Behavioral demonstration of Fermat’s Principle," Joseph Ganem, The Physics Teacher. 36, 76-
78(1998).

11."Mid-infrared spectroscopy of erbium doped chloride laser crystals," Sean M. Kirkpatrick, L. B. Shaw,
S. R. Bowman, S. Searles, B. J. Feldman, and Joseph Ganem, Optics Express, 1, 78-86(1997).

12."Cross relaxation and upconversion coefficients of the mid-infrared transitions of Pr3+:LaCl3," Sean M.
Kirkpatrick, S. R. Bowman, L. B. Shaw, and Joseph Ganem, Journal of Applied Physics, 82, 2759(1997).

13."Radiative and Nonradiative Transition Rates of Pr3+ in LaCl3," L. B. Shaw, S. R. Bowman, B. J.
Feldman, and Joseph Ganem, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics 32, 2166(1996).

14."A 7-Micron Praseodymium Based Solid-State Laser," S. R. Bowman, L. B. Shaw, B. J. Feldman, and
Joseph Ganem IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics 32, 646(1996).

15."Infrared laser characteristics of praseodymium doped lanthanum trichloride," S. R. Bowman, Joseph
Ganem, B. J. Feldman, and A. W. Kueny, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics 30, 2925(1994).

16."Excited-state dynamics in Pr3+:LaCl3," Joseph Ganem, S. R. Bowman and B. J. Feldman, Journal of
Luminescence 58, 298(1994).

17."Sample-dependent optical dephasing in crystalline Y 2O3:Eu3+," G. P. Flinn, K. W. Jang, Joseph Ganem,
M. L. Jones, R. S. Meltzer and R. M. Macfarlane, Physical Review B, 49, 5821(1994).

18."Persistent UV-induced optical dephasing in Pr- doped yttrium aluminum garnet," Ki Wan Jang, R. S.
Meltzer and Joseph Ganem, Physical Review B, 49, 3009(1994).

19."Deuteron spin-lattice relaxation of HD in solid argon", Joseph Ganem, P. A. Fedders and R. E.
Norberg, Physical Review B, 47, 2581 (1993).
20."One color sequential pumping of the 4f5d bands in Pr 3+ -doped yttrium aluminum garnet", Joseph
Ganem, W. M. Dennis and W. M. Yen, Journal of Luminescence 54, 79 (1992).

21."Optical dephasing of paramagnetic ions: Er3+:YLiF4 – Experiments and computer simulations", R. S.
Meltzer, Joseph Ganem, Y. P. Wang, D. Boye, W. M. Yen, D. P. Landau, R. Wannemacher and R. M.
Macfarlane, Journal of Luminescence 53, 1 (1992).

22."Decay processes of nonequilibrium phonons in Pr 3+ -doped yttrium aluminum garnet", Xiao-jun Wang,
Joseph Ganem, W. M. Dennis and W. M. Yen, Physical Review B, 44, 900 (1991).

23."Magnetic-field dependence of photon-echo decays in ruby", Joseph Ganem, Y. P. Wang, R. S. Meltzer
and W. M. Yen, Physical Review B, 43, 8599 (1991).

24."Nonexponential photon-echo decays of paramagnetic ions in the superhyperfine limit", Joseph Ganem,
Y. P. Wang, D. Boye, R. S. Meltzer, W. M. Yen and R. M. Macfarlane, Physical Review Letters 66, 695
(1991).

25."Deuteron relaxation in HD–n-D2 mixtures", Joseph Ganem and R. E. Norberg, Physical Review B, 43,
1 (1991).

                                                Books
1. The Two Headed Quarter: How to See Through Deceptive Numbers and Save Money on Everything You
Buy, Joseph Ganem, (Baltimore MD: Chartley Publishing, 2007).

                                               Patents
"Optically pumped, praseodymium based solid state laser," Steven R. Bowman, Joseph Ganem and Barry J.
Feldman, patent number 5,535,232, date of patent July 6, 1996.



                          RESEARCH GRANTS AWARDED

1. Summer research award from Loyola College: “Optical Spectroscopy of Thulium-sensitized Lead
Chloride Based Laser Crystals,” (2007).

2. Summer research award from Loyola College: “Optical Spectroscopy of Lead Chloride Based Laser
Crystals,” (2006).

3. National Science Foundation RUI Award for "Synthesis and optical spectroscopy of thulium sensitized
potassium lead chloride laser materials," (2003-2007).

4. Fully-funded one-year sabbatical award from Loyola College: “Synthesis and Optical Spectroscopy of
Lead Chloride Based Laser Crystals,” (2002).

5. Research Experience for Teachers (RET) as a supplement to the NSF grant: “RUI: Growth and
Spectroscopy of Low-Phonon Energy Materials,” (2001).

6. National Science Foundation RUI Award for "Synthesis and optical spectroscopy of low-phonon energy
materials," (1999-2003).
7. Petroleum Research Fund award for "Growth and Spectroscopy of Mid-infrared Luminescent Materials,"
(1997-1999).

8. Cottrell College Science Award from Research Corporation for "Mid-infrared spectroscopy of low-
phonon energy materials," (1995-1997).

9. Summer research award from Loyola College: “Growth of crystals for long wavelength lasers” (1995).


                     PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM PRESENTATIONS

1. “A Seven Micron Solid State Laser,” S. R. Bowman, L. B. Shaw, B. J. Feldman, and Joseph Ganem ,
    presented on February 1, 1995 at the Optical Society of America’s Topical Meeting on Advanced
    Solid-State Lasers, Memphis TN.

2. “A Room Temperature 7 Micron Solid State Laser,” S. R. Bowman, L. B. Shaw, B. J. Feldman, and
    Joseph Ganem, presented in the post deadline session (paper CPD 26-1) at the Conference on Lasers
    and Electro-Optics, Baltimore, MD, May 21-26, 1995.

3. “Spectroscopic Studies of Potential Mid-IR Laser Materials” S. R. Bowman, L. B. Shaw, J. A. Moon, B.
     B. Harbinson, and Joseph Ganem , presented at the 1996 Optical Society of America’s Topical
     Meeting on Advanced Solid-State Lasers, San Francisco, CA.

4. “Growth of a lightly doped Pr3+:LaCl3 crystal to determine radiative transition rates,” J. Michael Watters,
     Joseph Ganem, L. B. Shaw, S. R. Bowman, B. J. Feldman, presented at the undergraduate poster
     session H50 at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society, March 18-22, 1996, St. Louis,
     MO.

5. “Growth of rare-earth doped chloride crystals for use in mid-infrared lasers,” Joseph Ganem, J. Michael
     Watters, L. B. Shaw, S. R. Bowman, B. J. Feldman, presented in session R20 at the March Meeting of
     the American Physical Society, March 18-22, 1996, St. Louis, MO.

6. “Spectroscopic Investigations of Mid-IR Transitions of Pr3+ in LaCl3,” L. B. Shaw, S. R. Bowman, B. J.
     Feldman and Joseph Ganem, presented at at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, Anaheim,
     CA, June 3-7, 1996.

7. “How to Get Your First Grant in Physics or Astronomy,” Joseph Ganem, invited talk at the Council on
    Undergraduate Research sixth national conference June 28, 1996.

8. “Investigations of a mid-infrared erbium laser” S. R. Bowman, L. B. Shaw, S. Searles, B. J. Feldman,
     Sean M. Kirkpatrick, Joseph Ganem, I. Gambaryan, T. Sanamyan, E. Vartanyan, presented at the
     Optical Society of America’s Topical Meeting on Advanced Solid-State Lasers in Coeur d’Alene, ID,
     February 1-3, 1998.

9. “Spectroscopy of Erbium Doped Yttrium and Lead Chloride Crystals,” Joseph Ganem, Paul Schmidt, S.
     Searles, S. R. Bowman, presented at the Optical Society of America’s Annual Meeting, Baltimore,
     MD, October 4-9, 1998.

10. “Further investigations of potential 4 micron laser materials,” S. Searles, S. R. Bowman, Joseph
     Ganem, and Paul Schmidt, presented at the Optical Society of America’s Topical Meeting on
     Advanced Solid-State Lasers in Boston, MA, February 1-3, 1999.
11. “Further investigations of potential 4 micron laser materials,” S. Searles, S. R. Bowman, Joseph
     Ganem, and Paul Schmidt, presented at the Optical Society of America’s Topical Meeting on
     Advanced Solid-State Lasers in Boston, MA, February 1-3, 1999.

12. “Growth and spectroscopy of erbium doped chloride crystals,” Joseph Ganem, Paul Schmidt, S. R.
     Bowman and S. K. Searles,presented at the Meeting of the American Physical Society, Atlanta, GA,
     March 22-26, 1999.

13. “Cross Relaxation in a Tm3+ -Doped Low-Phonon energy Laser Material” Joseph Ganem, Paul
     Schmidt, and Steven Bowman, presented at the Optical Society of America’s Topical Meeting on
     Advanced Solid-State Lasers in Davos, Switzerland, February 14-17, 2000.

14. “Endothermic Cross Relaxation in a Tm3+ -Doped YCl3,”Joseph Ganem, Jennifer Crawford, N. W.
     Jenkins, and S. R. Bowman, presented at the Optical Society of America’s Topical Meeting on
     Advanced Solid-State Lasers in Seattle, Washington, January 28 - February 1, 2001.

15. “Diode pumped room temperature 4.6 m erbium laser,” S. R. Bowman, S. K. Searles, N. W. Jenkins,
     S. B. Qadri, E. F. Skelton and Joseph Ganem presented at the Optical Society of America’s Topical
     Meeting on Advanced Solid-State Lasers in Seattle, Washington, January 28 - February 1, 2001.

16. “Diode pumped room temperature mid-IR erbium laser,” S. R. Bowman, S. K. Searles, N. W. Jenkins,
     S. B. Qadri, E. F. Skelton and Joseph Ganem, presented at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-
     Optics, Baltimore MD, May 6-11, 2001.

17 “Growth and Optical Studies of Laser Crystals,” Joseph Ganem, invited presentation at the NSF RET
    Workshop, Columbia, MD February 23, 2002.

18. “Thulium Cross-Relaxation in a Low-Phonon energy Crystalline Host,” Joseph Ganem, Jennifer
     Crawford, Paul Schmidt, N. W. Jenkins, and S. R. Bowman, presented at the March 2002 meeting of
     the American Physical Society in Indianapolis, IN, March 17-21, 2002.

19. “Spectroscopic characterization of Er-doped KPb2Cl5 laser crystals,” N. W. Jenkins, S. R. Bowman, S.
     O’Connor, S. K. Searles, and Joseph Ganem, presented at Optical Society of America’s annual
     meeting, Orlando, Florida, September 30, 2002.

20. “Thulium sensitized neodymium for mid-infrared laser development,” A. G. Bluiett, N. J. Condon, S.
     R. Bowman, Michael Logie, and Joseph Ganem, presented at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-
     Optics, San Francisco, California, May 19, 2004.

21. “Thulium sensitization of praseodymium mid-infrared transitions in potassium lead chloride laser
     crystals ” Joseph Ganem, Michael Logie, A. G. Bluiett, N. J. Condon, and S. R. Bowman, presented at
     the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, San Francisco, California, May 20, 2004.

22. “Thulium sensitization of praseodymium mid-infrared transitions in potassium lead chloride laser
     crystals ” Joseph Ganem, Michael Logie, A. G. Bluiett, N. J. Condon, and S. R. Bowman, presented at
     the Optical Society of America Annual Meeting, Rochester, New York, October 12, 2004.

23. “Growth and characterization of direct mid-IR laser materials,” Steven R. Bowman, Nicholas J.
     Condon, Shawn O’Connor, Neil S. Jenkins, A. G. Bluiett and Joseph Ganem, presented at Photonics
     West, San Jose, California, January 24, 2005.

24. “Rare Earth Based Mid-infrared Lasers,” Joseph Ganem and Steven R. Bowman, invited talk at the
     Workshop on Group Dynamics, Madison, WI, June 24, 2005.

25. “Materials for Novel Countermeasure Lasers,” Joseph Ganem, invited talk at the NSF Grantees
     Workshop, Tuskegee, AL, June 14, 2006.

				
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