E. Michael Campbell - Director of Energy Systems for Logos Technologies

Director of Energy Systems at Logos Technologies

Nationality

American

Current location

United States

Work category

Other

Education

PhD/Doctorate

Throughout his career, E. Michael Campbell has combined scientific innovation with entrepreneurial initiative. Intensively involved with the United States government, he played a key role in the creation of the Department of Energy's Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Stewardship Program. E. Michael Campbell has also spearheaded the creation of the National Ignition Facility, a multi-billion dollar facility that examines nuclear physics and is slated to become the first producer of fusion energy gain. He currently serves as Director of Energy Systems for Logos Technologies, where he drives innovation in fusion, fission, and biofuel technologies.

Before joining Logos Technologies, E. Michael Campbell innovated for General Atomics as Vice President of Inertial Fusion, Photonics, and Gas Reactors, and later as Vice President of the company's Energy Group.

E. Michael Campbell's Education and Qualifications

2005

PhD/Doctorate - Dissertation: High Intensity Laser Plasma Interactions and Applications to Inertial Fusion and High Energy Density Physics

University of Western Sydney

Doctor of Science

1974

Masters/PostGrad - Applied Physics

Princeton University

1972

Bachelor/Degree - Engineering & Applied Science

University of Pennsylvania

E. Michael Campbell's Additional Information

Interests

Guitar, Blues Music, Dinosaur Models and Airbrushing

Memberships

American Physical Society, European Institute of Physics.

Awards

DOE’s E. O. Lawrence Award, American Nuclear Society’s Edward Teller Award, American Physical Society’s Excellence in Plasma Physics Award, Fusion Power Associate’s Leadership Award, DOE’s Excellence in Nuclear Weapons Research