Browse Entries

Use Trove to find more resources by/about this Biographical entry

  • Trove

Biographical entry Pegg, David Thomas (1941 - )

FAA

Born
23 May 1941
Occupation
Physicist

Summary

David Pegg has been Professor of Physics at Griffith University since 1986. He is internationally renowned for his breadth of theoretical work in fundamental physics, which ranges from the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with atoms and nuclei to the nature of time. In particular, he originated a powerful unitary transformation technique for investigating field-atom interactions.

Details

Events

1964
Education - Bachelor of Science with Honours (BSc (Hons)) completed at the University of Queensland
1967
Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at the University of Queensland
1968 - 1969
Career position - Postdoctoral research at the University of Oxford, UK
1969 - 1970
Career position - Postdoctoral research at the University of Reading, UK
1970 - 1974
Career position - Lecturer then Senior Lecturer at James Cook University of North Queensland
1974 - 1978
Career position - Senior Lecturer at Griffith University in Queensland
1978 - 1986
Career position - Reader in Physics at Griffith University
1983
Award - Griffith University Research Lecture and Medal received
1986 -
Career position - Professor of Physics at Griffith University
1995 -
Award - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (FAA)
1997
Award - Harrie Massey Medal received from the Institute of Physics

Related Corporate Bodies

Published resources

Online Resources

Rosanne Walker