Professor Elizabeth A. Rauscher, PhD
• Ph.D. and M.S. in Astrophysics, Nuclear Physics and engineering, B.S. Physics and Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley.
• Nuclear scientist and astrophysicist and researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) (1962-1979).
• Navy grants through University of California, Berkeley (1970-1974) and through Tecnic Research Laboratories (1983, 1990-1991).
• Researcher at Stanford Research Institute (SRI International) Radio Physics Laboratory (1974-1978), concurrent position.
• Chairman, Fundamental Physics Group (FPG) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) (1974-1977).
• Staff Researcher, Theory Group, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) (1966-1969).
• Professor of Physics and General Science at John F. Kennedy University of California (1978-1984).
• Research Consultant to NASA (1983-1985), and Stanford SLAC (1971-1972).
• Professor and graduate student advisor, Department of Physics at the University of Nevada, Reno (1990-1998).
• Member of APS, IEEE, AAAS, MAA, ANA, AAMI.
• Served on Congressional OTA Advisory Committee (1970-1980).
• Delegate and advisor to the United Nations (1979, 1989, 2002).
• President of Tecnic Research Laboratories (TRL), San Leandro, CA (1979-1988), and Rauscher Research and Development Partnership with Mark Busier, Apache Junction, AZ (2006-present) and sole proprietor (2004-2011).
• Stanford University Grant in astrophysics (1997-1999), and Event Horizons (1999-2009).
• President and board of directors of six non-profit 501(c)3 Organizations. Currently President of Electromagnetic Signal Laboratory of Arizona (2003-present).
• Consulting research and invited lectures in U.S., England, Europe, Korea, Japan, China, India, Africa, Singapore, Iceland, Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, Brazil and South America.
• Author of 279 scientific papers and 6 books, and 5 U.S. patents and one European patent.
• Co-inventor with W.L. Van Bise of non-superconducting magnetic detector; external magnetic pacemaker, and pulsed magnetic pain control system (issued patents in the U.S. and Europe).
• Main field of research: Nuclear and Atomic Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmological Models, Plasma Physics, Biomedical Engineering and Geophysics Monitoring and Data Analysis.
• Has received numerous awards and grants and is listed in eleven Who’s Who, including Marquis’ Who’s Who, and Men and Women in Science and Technology.
• Consultant for numerous other companies, including GES.