About Professor Taylor...

·         A.B., Harvard (1951); M.S., PhD., N.M.S.U. (1956, 1960).
·         Fifty-five years in electrical engineering/applied physics in government, industry and academia, at Raytheon, GE, White Sands Proving Ground, Villanova, Penn State, Case-Western Reserve, the University of Madrid (Spain), and the Centro de Investigacion y Estudios Avanzados (Mexico).
·         Since 1967, University of Maryland, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (Prof. Emer. 1996 - , Prof. 1970-1996, Assoc. Prof. 1967-1970); Joint Appointment, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Maryland Medical School; Faculty of Applied Mathematics: teaching and research in biomedical engineering, electromagnetic theory, optics, microwave devices, and antennas. Director, Bioelectromagnetics Laboratory.
·         Life Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
·         Fellow, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.
·         Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (1992-94).
·         Distinguished Alumnus Award (1971), Centennial Alumnus Award (1988), New Mexico State University.
·         Outstanding Commitment Award (2002), A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland
·         Inventor: Invasive microwave hyperthermia for cancer therapy.

First invasive microwave hyperthermia treatment, brain cancer patient (U. Md. Hospital, 1978).
·         Inventor: Microwave coagulating scalpel.
Partial splenectomy - microwave scalpel (Mt. Sinai Hospital, NY, 1986).
·         Associate Editor for Electromagnetic Theory, IEEE Trans. Biomedical Engineering (1985-90).
·         Associate Editor, Bioelectromagnetics Journal (1983-85).
·         Chairman (1994-1995), Member (1992-1993) Engineering Advisory Committee for the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (Fulbright Awards).
·         Chairman, Fellows Committee of the National Capital Area Section of the IEEE (member 1990-2000).
·         One hundred and fifty journal articles, conference papers and presentations (350+ citations).
·         Forty-eight funded research grants, contracts and projects.
·         Six U.S. and sixteen foreign patents.
·         Directed fifteen doctoral dissertations.

Consultant: U.S.Navy, Strategic Defense Initiative, Institute for Defense Analysis, National Institutes of Health, AVCO, Thiokol Corp., Direx Ltd. (Isr.), Kollsman Instrument Corp., Advanced Technology and Research Corp., PandP Industries, Environmental Analytic Assoc., Baltimore Gas and Electric.

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