Steven Dodge Condensed Matter Physics, crystals, magnets, superconductors, semiconductors

Laser expert, Quantum materials, nanotechnology

The Story

Steve Dodge is an Assistant Professor of Physics at Simon Fraser University (SFU). He holds a B.A. from Harvard College (1989) and a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University (1997). Prior to beginning his current position at SFU and becoming a Scholar in CIAR's Superconductivity Program (now called the Quantum Materials Program) in 2000, Prof. Dodge held a post-doctoral fellowship in the Materials Sciences Division of the E.O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

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The Person

Birthplace
Southern California
Residence
BC
Title
Assistant Professor
Office
Simon Fraser University
Status
Working
Degrees
  • Sloan Fellowship
Last Updated
April 4, 2003
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question #1368

Why is the efficiency of most all lasers limited to .1% to 30%? What are the limiting factors? What are some ways being researched to increase efficiency?

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