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Rodgers, John C.
Dr. Rodgers has worked on the propagation and applications of intense relativistic particle beams, collective ion acceleration, large orbit gyrotrons, broadband plasma-microwave interactions, free electron lasers, and harmonic gyrotrons. He also leads an experimental group at IREAP studying microwave effects in high-speed communication electronics and microwave sources, including plasma HPM sources for IED and missile defense, chaotic microwave networks, microwave effects in electronic systems, and terahertz source technologies.
Dr. Rodgers received a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland in1987 and a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Far Infrared Center, Fukui University in 2003.
He has authored or co-authored over 60 regular journal articles and has contributed to several books on related research topics.