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PhD James KAKALIOS Taylor Distinguished Professor, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota, MN


1979 B.S., summa cum laude, City College of New York
1982 M.S. in Physics, The University of Chicago
1985 PhD in Physics, The University of Chicago
1985-1988 Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Xerox-Palo Alto Research Center
1988-1993 Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota
1993-2001 Associate Professor, University of Minnesota
since 2001 Professor, University of Minnesota


American Physical Society
Materials Research Society
Phi Beta Kappa
Sigma Xi
American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow)


"Transient Striatal g Local Field Potentials Signal Movement Initiation in Rats", B. Masimore, N. C. Schmitzer-Torbet, J. Kakalios and A. D. Redish, NeuroReport 16, 2021 (2005).
"Conductance Noise Power Fluctuations in Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon", C. E. Parman, N. E. Israeloff and J. Kakalios, Phys. Rev. Lett. 69, 1097 (1992).
J. Kakalios: Hydrogen Diffusion in Amorphous Silicon, in: J. I. Pankove and N. M. Johnson: Hydrogen in Semiconductors, Semiconductors and Semimetals, 34, Academic Press, Florida, 381, 1991
"Electronic Transport in Doped Amorphous Silicon", J. Kakalios and R. A. Street, Phys. Rev. B 34, 6014 (1986).
J. Kakalios: Granular Physics or Nonlinear Dynamics in a Sandbox, Resource Letter GP-1, American Journal of Physics 73, 8, 2005


Associate Fellow, Minnesota Supercomputer Institute, 1995-1999
Professor of the Year, Institute of Technology Student Board School of Physics and Astronomy, 2003
Charles E. Bowers Faculty Teaching Award, 2003
Taylor Distinguished Professor, 2008-present