Address:
Office of the Chancellor
401 Woods Hall
University of Missouri–St. Louis
One University Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63121, USA
1-314-516-5252
1-314-516-5378 (fax)
tfgeorge@umsl.edu
http://www.umsl.edu/chancellor/ 

Birth:  1947, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Citizenship:  USA

Education and Degrees:
High school diploma (with honors and varsity letters in soccer and wrestling), Friends' Central School (Wynnewood, Pennsylvania), 1963.
B.A. (Phi Beta Kappa), double major in chemistry (with honors) and mathematics (with honors), Gettysburg College, 1967.
M.S. in chemistry, Yale University, 1968.
Ph.D. in chemistry, Yale University, 1970.

Academic Positions:
Research Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1970-71.
Postdoctoral Appointee, University of California, Berkeley, 1971-72.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Rochester, 1972-74.
Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Rochester, 1974-77.
Professor of Chemistry, University of Rochester, 1977-85.
Mercer Brugler Distinguished Professor, University of Rochester, 1985 (declined).
Dean of Natural Sciences and Mathematics / Professor of Chemistry and Physics,
State University of New York at Buffalo, 1985-91.
Adjunct Professor of Chemistry and Physics, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1991-93.
Provost and Academic Vice President / Professor of Chemistry and Physics,
Washington State University, 1991-96.
Adjunct Research Professor of Physics, Korea University (Seoul, Korea), 1994-99.
Chancellor / Professor of Chemistry and Physics, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, 1996-2003.
Visiting Professor of Physics, Korea University (Seoul, Korea), 1999-2006.
Chancellor / Professor of Chemistry and Physics, University of Missouri–St. Louis, 2003-.

Honorary Degrees:
Honorary doctorate in physics (honoris causa), University of Szeged, Hungary, 2008.
Honorary Ph.D. in education for locality development, Phranakhon Rajabhat University, Thailand, 2013.

Honors and Awards:
Eagle Scout (with bronze/gold/silver palms, 62 merit badges, Order of the Arrow, Valley Forge Trail Medal and God & Country Medal), 1961.
Union League of Philadelphia Award, 1961.
Stine Chemistry Prize, Gettysburg College, 1967.
Undergraduate Award, Southeastern Pennsylvania Section, American Chemical Society, 1967.
Sigma Xi (Scientific Research Society), 1970.
Postdoctoral Research Award, National Research Council–National Bureau of Standards, 1972-73 (declined).
Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Teacher-Scholar, 1975-85.
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Fellow, 1976-80.
Marlow Medal and Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry, Great Britain, 1979.
New York Academy of Sciences Fellow, 1981.
University of Rochester Mentor, 1982-83.
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow, 1983-84.
American Physical Society Fellow, 1984.
Distinguished Alumni Award, Gettysburg College, 1987.
Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers Fellow, 1994.
American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow, 1994.
Omicron Delta Kappa (National Leadership Honor Society), University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, 1999.
Faculty Scholar Award, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point Chapter, Sigma Xi, 1999.
Outstanding Contributions to Chemistry Award, Central Wisconsin Section, American Chemical Society, 2002.
Distinguished Alumni Award, Friends' Central School, 2003.
Korean Academy of Science and Technology (foreign member), 2004.
Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (honorary member), University of Missouri–St. Louis, 2006.
Outstanding Community Service Award, St. Louis County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 2006.
Distinguished Higher Education Award, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Missouri State Celebration Commission, 2008.
St. Louis North County Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year, 2008.
Medal of Honor, Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait, 2010.
Lifelong Vision Award, Lifelong Vision Foundation, St. Louis, 2012.
Diploma of Honour, Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, Finland, 2013.
Silver Beaver Award, Greater St. Louis Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, 2013.
Good Scout Award, Community for Scouting of North St. Louis County, Boy Scouts of America, 2014.
Leadership Partner Award, Royal Vagabonds Foundation, St. Louis, 2015.

Marquis Who's Who in America (and various other listings).

Lectureships:
Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, University of Texas at Austin, 1978; five lectures presented.
Lecturer, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Semiclassical Methods in Molecular Scattering and Spectroscopy, Cambridge University, England,1979; six lectures presented.
Distinguished Speaker, Department of Chemistry, University of Utah, 1980.
Distinguished Lecturer, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Kirtland Air Force Base, 1980; three lectures presented.
Lecturer, NATO Summer School on Interfaces under Photon Irradiation, Maratea, Italy, 1986; two lectures presented.
Lecturer, Smithsonian Institution/American Chemical Society Lecture Series on Chemistry at the Cutting Edge, Washington, D.C., 1990.
Lecturer, 5th International Topsøe Summer School on Nonlinear Optics, University of Aalborg, Denmark, 1992.
Dow Lecturer in Polymer Science, Department of Chemistry, University of Detroit Mercy, 1996.
Musselman Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1999; three lectures presented.
Distinguished Lecturer, Korean Academy of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea, 2003.
Frank and Elaine Moss Distinguished Lecturer, Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Missouri–St. Louis, 2007.
Doctor Honoris Causa Lecturer, Department of General and Environmental Physics, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary, 2008.

(420 lectures overall - 138 invited/plenary conference lectures and 282 seminars, colloquia and talks.)

Societies and Organizations:
American Chemical Society, 1968-; American Physical Society, 1968-; Sigma Xi, 1970-; Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain), 1975-2014; New York Academy of Sciences, 1979-; Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, 1979-2002; Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences, 1985-91; Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, 1986-; European Physical Society, 1986-2003; American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989-; Materials Research Society, 1992-2013; Northwest Scientific Association, 1992-96; Northwest Academic Forum, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 1992-96; Kiwanis Club of Stevens Point, 1996-2003; National Wellness Institute, 1997-2003; Midwest Jazz Society, 1997; Boy Scouts of America (Samoset Council, Wisconsin, 1998-2003, Greater St. Louis Area Council, 2004-); Girl Scouts of America (Woodland Council, Wisconsin), 1998; Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth, 1999-2003; American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, 2003; St. Louis Theatre Organ Society, 2005; Kiwanis Club of Normandy 24:1, 2012-.

Offices:
Chair, Physical Division, American Chemical Society, 1987-88 (Chair-Elect, 1986-87; Vice-Chair, 1985-86).
Chair, Northwest Academic Forum, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 1994-95 (Program Chair, 1993-94).
Chair, United Way of Portage County Campaign, Wisconsin, 1999 (Vice-Chair, 1998).
President, Board of Directors, United Way of Portage County, Wisconsin, 2001-02.
President, Samoset Council Board, Boy Scouts of America, Wisconsin, 2002-03 (President-Elect, 2001-02).
Vice-President, Board of Directors, Stevens Point Area YMCA, Wisconsin, 2002-03 (Secretary/Treasurer, 2002).
Chair, Council of Presidents, Great Lakes Valley Conference (Athletics), 2009-13.
Chair, Board of Directors, Higher Education Consortium of Metropolitan St. Louis, 2010- (Secretary/Treasurer, 2007-10).
Vice-President/Treasurer, Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, 2014-.
Vice-Chair, Missouri Council on Public Higher Education, 2015-.


Journal Editorship:
Editor, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics, 1999-.

(Other editorships for books, conference proceedings and specific volumes of journals are listed below under Edited Books and Volumes.)

Journal Editorial Boards:
Advisory Editorial Board, Chemical Physics Letters, 1979-81.
Advisory Board, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 1980-84.
Editorial Board, Molecular Physics, 1984-92.
Editorial Advisory Board, Chemistry of Materials, 1989.
Editorial Board, Journal of Cluster Science, 1989-97.
Editor-at-Large, Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1989.
Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Quantum Nonlinear Phenomena, 1991-96.
Editorial Advisory Board, Nova Journal of Theoretical Physics, 1996-97.
Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics, 1998.
Editorial Advisory Panel, International Journal of Green Nanotechnology, 2009-.

Civic and Professional Boards:
Board of Managers, Buffalo Museum of Science, 1986-92.
Board of Trustees (Alternate), Calspan-UB Research Center, 1989-91.
Executive Board, New York State Institute on Superconductivity, 1990-91.
Board of Directors (ex officio), University at Buffalo Sciences Alumni Association, 1989-91.
Board of Directors, Washington State Institute for Public Policy, 1991-96.
Board of Trustees, Washington State University Foundation, 1991-96.
Board of Directors, Washington Technology Center, 1992-96 (appointment by the Governor of Washington).
Administrative Board, State of Washington Water Research Center, 1993-96.
Board of Trustees and Board of Directors (Alternate), Associated Western Universities, 1993-96.
Board of Directors, Technology Alliance (State of Washington), 1996.
Board (Alternate), Joint Center for Higher Education, Spokane, Washington, 1996.
Board of Directors (ex officio), University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point Foundation, 1996-2003.
Board of Directors (ex officio), University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point Paper Science Foundation, 1996-2003.
Board of Directors, United Way of Portage County, Wisconsin, 1997-2003.
Board of Directors, Portage County Business Council, Wisconsin, 1998-2003.
Board of Directors, Stevens Point Area YMCA, Wisconsin, 1998-2003.
Midwestern Higher Education Commission, 1999-2005 (appointment by the Governor of Wisconsin).
Board of Directors, Saint Michael's Hospital, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1999-2003.
Founding Board of Directors, Distributed Learning Workshop, Midwestern Higher Education Commission, 1999-2003.
Advisory Panel, Gethrucollege.com, 1999.
Samoset Council Board, Boy Scouts of America, Wisconsin, 2000-03.
Melvin R. Laird Endowment Advisory Board (ex officio), 2000-03.
Board of Directors, WiSys Technology Foundation (subsidiary of Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation), 2000-03.
Board of Directors, Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth, 2001-03.
Advisory Council, Educational Directories Unlimited, 2001-06.
Board of Commissioners, Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Laboratory, University of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Technical College Systems and U.S. Department of Defense, 2001-03.
Advisory Board, New Economy Workforce Coalition, Wausau, 2001-03.
Board of Directors, Marathon County Partners in Education, Wisconsin, 2002-03.
Advisory Council, Northern EDGE (Economic Development and Growing the Economy), Northern Wisconsin, 2002-03.
University of Missouri–St. Louis Chancellor’s Council, 2003-.
Board of Governors, Fair St. Louis, 2003.
Board of Trustees, Missouri Botanical Garden (ex officio), 2003-.
Board of Directors, Cortex Innovation Community, 2003-.
Coalition for Plant and Life Sciences, 2003-11.
Board of Directors, Higher Education Consortium of Metropolitan St. Louis, 2003-.
Board of Directors, Center for Emerging Technologies, 2003-.
Board of Directors, St. Louis Regional Chamber (ex officio), 2003-.
Board of Direction, St. Louis Mercantile Library (ex officio), 2003-.
Board of Directors, United Way of Greater St. Louis, 2004-17.
Commission on Advancement of Racial and Ethnic Diversity, American Council on Education, 2004-07.
Executive Board, Greater St. Louis Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, 2004-.
Board of Directors, Christian Hospital, St. Louis, 2004-.
Board of Trustees, John W. Barriger III National Railroad Library, 2004-.
Metropolitan Board of Directors, YMCA of Greater St. Louis, 2005-.
Commissioner, Midwestern Higher Education Compact, 2005-09 (appointment by the governor of Missouri).
Board of Trustees, St. Louis Science Center, 2005-12.
Board of Trustees, Academy of Science of St. Louis, 2006-.
St. Louis Coalition for Information Technology Board, 2006-07.
Advisory Board, Department of Physics and Optical Engineering, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, 2007-11.
Advisory Board, Halyard Education Partners, 2007.
St. Louis Center of Excellence Advisory Board (Life Sciences), 2007.
Board of Directors, Innovate St. Louis, 2007-.
Advisory Board, Innovative Technology Enterprises, 2007-. 
Board of Directors, Grand Center, St. Louis, 2009-.
BioSTL Coalition, 2011-.
Nanomedicine Program Board, Radiological Technologies University, South Bend, Indiana, 2012-.
Board of Directors, Beyond Housing, 2012-.
Board of Commissioners, St. Louis Science Center, 2012-.
Board of Directors, Lifelong Vision Foundation, 2013-.
Advisory Board, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2014-.

Committees and Panels:
Committee on Recommendations for U.S. Army Basic Scientific Research, 1978-81.
Sakhorov International Committee, 1980.
Harrison Howe Award Committee, Rochester Section, American Chemical Society, 1980.
Awards Committee, Procter and Gamble Student Prizes in Physical Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 1982-3.
External Review Committee, Department of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1984.
Executive Committee, University of Rochester Chapter, Sigma Xi, 1984-85 (Membership Committee, 1981-84).
Chair, Canvassing Committee, Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 1987-1988 (member, 1986-88).
Steering Committee, New York State Center for Advanced Technology in Health-care Instruments and Devices, 1988-90.
Site Visit Team, New England Association of Schools and Colleges Ten-Year Accreditation of Boston University, 1989.
Peer Review Panel, Medical Free-Electron Laser Program, American Institute of Biological Sciences, 1989.
Review Panel, Research Experiences for Undergraduates, National Science Foundation, 1989.
Review Panel, Science and Technology Research Centers, National Science Foundation, 1989.
Resource Group to Help Develop New York State's Action Plan for the 1990's in Science and Engineering, 1990.
Review Panel, Office of Naval Technology/American Society for Engineering Education Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, 1990.
Site Visit Committees, Proposed Science and Technology Research Center in the Southwest, National Science Foundation, 1988,90.
Chair, Steering Committee, New York State Institute on Superconductivity, 1990-91 (member, 1987-91).
Chair, Canvassing Committee, Award in Pure Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 1990-91 (member, 1989-91).
Council on Academic Affairs, National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, 1991-96.
Washington Technology Center Review Committee, 1991-92.
Executive Committee, Northwest Academic Forum, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 1992-96.
Review Panel, Graduate Research Traineeships, National Science Foundation, 1992.
Commission on Human Resources and Social Change, National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, 1992-96.
Executive Committee, Physical Division, American Chemical Society, 1979-82,85-89,94-97.
National Nominating Committee, Outstanding Young Men of America, 1996.
Academic Affairs Subcommittee on Scientific Education Research and Training, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 1996-98.
Commission on the Future of Gettysburg College, 1996-97.
Project 435 District Leadership Council, Wisconsin Association for Biomedical Research and Education/Research!America, 1997-98.
Review Panel, Preproposals for Science and Technology Centers, National Science Foundation, 1998.
Council of State Representatives, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 1998-2002.
Portage County Urban Area Comprehensive Planning Committee, Wisconsin, 2000.
National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Budget Committee, 2001-03.
Executive Group for On-Line Learning, University of Wisconsin System, 2001-03.
Federal Relations Council, University of Wisconsin System, 2001-03.
Board Quality Assurance Committee, 2001-03, and Finance Committee, 1999-2001, Board of Directors, Saint Michael's Hospital, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
Workforce Development Committee, Wausau/Marathon County Chamber of Commerce, 2001-02.
State Higher Education Executive Officers Committee on the Midwestern Higher Education Commission Services, 2001-03.
Boy Scouts of America in Wisconsin:  National Council, 2002-03; Nominating Committee, 2002-03, and Finance Study Chair for 2000-05 Strategic Planning, 1999-2000, Samoset Council, Wisconsin; Volunteer Resource Committee Chair, 1999, and Exploring Chair, 1998, Mushkodany District, Samoset Council.
Workshop on Exploring the Concept of Undergraduate Research Centers, National Science Foundation, 2003.
Stevens Point Area YMCA: Co-Chair, Strong Kids Campaign, 2003; Chair, Finance Committee, 2002-03.
Chair, American Heart Walk, Portage and South Wood Counties, Wisconsin, 2003.
Council of Presidents, Great Lakes Valley Conference (Athletics), 2003-.
Missouri Council on Public Higher Education, 2003-.
Steering Committee, St. Louis Regional Competitiveness Initiative, 2004-05.
Strategic Vision Advisory Committee, St. Louis Zoo, 2005.
Task Force on Mathematics and Science Enrollments, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 2005-06.
Chair, Policy Research Advisory Committee, Midwestern Higher Education Compact, 2006-09 (member, 2005-09).
Chair, Plant and Life Science Network, Regional Chamber and Growth Association, 2007.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri:  Board Development Committee, 2007-10; Nominating Committee, 2005.
St. Louis Public Schools Advisory Council for Creating the Best Choice in Urban Education, 2007.
Missouri Botanical Garden:  Science and Conservation Committee, 2007-10; Awards Committee, 2007-09; Butterfly House Advisory Committee, 2007-08.
Christian Hospital, St. Louis: Community Relations Committee, 2009-13; Joint Conference Committee, 2004-13; Finance Committee, 2004-.
Federal Advisory Committee for Education and Human Resources, National Science Foundation, 2009-12.
Chair, Advisory Committee on the "Closing the Gap Initiative," Midwestern Higher Education Compact and National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, 2009.
Science and Leadership Committee, St. Louis Science Center, 2010-11.
Chair, Committee of Visitors, Graduate STEM Fellows in K-12 Education and Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship Program, National Science Foundation, 2011.
Planning Committee, Cortex Innovation Community, 2011-.
United Way of Greater St. Louis:  Chair, Education Division Campaigns, 2005,06,12-14; Chair, University and Colleges Section, Campaign, 2004.
Boy Scouts of America, St. Louis Area Council:  Chair, Youth Council, 2014-; Chair, Membership Section, Strategic Plan Committee, 2012; Chair, Special Needs Scouting, 2010-14; Chair, Learning for Life Committee, 2006-09.
Executive Committee, Coalition of Urban and Metro Universities, 2012-.
Grand Center Governance Committee, 2012-.
Chair, Education Committee, St. Louis Science Center, 2013-.
Project Clear Stakeholder Engagement Committee, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, 2013-.
Education Committee, Beyond Housing, 2013-.
Great Streets Natural Bridge Community Development Corporation, 2013-.
YMCA of Greater St. Louis:  Metropolitan Child Care Executive Committee, 2014-; Chair, International Committee, 2009-10 (member, 2005-14).
Strategic Direction Task Force, Incarnate Word Academy, 2014-15.
Job Readiness Task Force for Missouri, 2015.

(In addition to the above, there are various local committees associated with university appointments at Rochester, Buffalo, Washington, Wisconsin and Missouri.)

Conference Administrative Responsibilities:
Organizer, National Science Foundation Workshop on Theoretical Aspects of Laser Radiation and Its Interaction with Atomic and Molecular Systems, Rochester, New York, 1977.
Vice-Chair, VIth International Conference on Molecular Energy Transfer, Rodez, France, 1979.
Chair, Gordon Research Conference on Molecular Energy Transfer, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, 1981.
Program Committee, 4th-6th International Conferences on Lasers and Applications, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1981,82, and San Francisco, California, 1983.
Committee of the Symposium on Recent Advances in Surface Science, Rochester Section of the American Chemical Society, Rochester, New York, 1982.
Program Committee, International Laser Science Conference, Dallas, Texas, 1985.
Organizer, Symposium on Laser-Induced Molecular Excitation/Photofragmentation, March Meeting of the American Physical Society, New York, New York, 1987.
Program Chair, Division of Physical Chemistry Symposia, 193rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, Denver, Colorado, 1987.
Program Chair, Division of Physical Chemistry Symposia, 194th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1987.
Program Committee, Second Annual Conference on Superconductivity and Applications, Buffalo, New York, 1988.
Co-Organizer, Symposium on Physical Chemistry of High-Temperature Superconductors, 196th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Los Angeles, California, 1988.
Co-Organizer, Symposium on High-Temperature Superconductors, Materials Research Society Meeting on Frontiers in Materials: Advanced Ceramics, Alfred, New York, 1988.
Chair, Symposium on Photochemistry in Thin Films, Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers OE/LASE '89, Los Angeles, California, 1989.
International Program Advisory Committee, International School on Lasers and Applications, Sayanogorsk, East Siberia, USSR, 1989.
Co-Author, Centerpiece Paper for the Governor's Conference on Science and Engineering Education, Research and Development: Developing New York State's Action Plan for the 1990's, Albany, New York, 1989.
International Advisory Committee, Xth International Vavilov Conference on Nonlinear Optics, Novosibirsk, West Siberia, USSR, 1990.
American Coordinator, Information Exchange Seminar on Theoretical Approaches to Energy Transfer and Photochemical Processes, United States-Japan Cooperative Research Program on Photoconversion and Photosynthesis, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1990.
Program Committee, International Workshop on Quantum Nonlinear Phenomena in Optics and Condensed Matter, Dubna, Russia, 1993.
International Advisory Board, International Conference on Advanced Laser Technologies, Moscow, Russia, 1992 and Konstanz, Germany, 1994.
Co-Organizer, Northwest Academic Forum 1994 and 1995 Annual Meetings, Portland, Oregon, 1994,95.
Program Committee, Optical Society of America Topical Meeting on Radiative Processes and Dephasing in Semiconductors, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 1998.
Scientific Committee, Sixth Brijuni International Conference on Interdisciplinary Topics in Physics and Chemistry: End of Century State of Science, Brijuni Isles, Croatia, 1998.
Super-Regional Steering Committee, Wisconsin Economic Summit I, 2000.
Chair, Central Wisconsin Regional Task Force, Wisconsin Economic Summits I and II, 2000,01.
Program Committee, Conference 3:  Nanotechnology, International Symposium on Microtechnologies for the New Millennium, Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, Gran Canaria, Spain, 2003.
Planning Committee, Missouri Governor’s Higher Education Conference, 2004.
International Advisory Committee, 9th International Conference on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations, Besançon, France, 2005.
Chair, St. Louis Local Committee, 2006 American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, 2005-06.

(In addition to the above, session chair or panelist at 60 conferences.)

Teaching:
Experience in all aspects of teaching at the undergraduate level (with course enrollments ranging as high as 750 students), the graduate level (including supervision of master’s and doctoral students), and other settings such as Elderhostel, both as a faculty member and as an administrator; introduced the use of computers into pedagogy as early as the 1970s for a non-majors course in physical chemistry with the help of funding from the Dreyfus Foundation; established Virtual WSU while serving as provost at Washington State University, which was a university-wide effort to utilize technology to enhance teaching and learning; as chancellor at the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, worked with the university community to develop a strategic plan for which technology-enhanced learning was a key theme, and organized a technology summit which evolved into an annual teaching conference between the fall and spring semesters, attracting participants from around the state; co-principal investigator on a grant from the National Science Foundation (2003-05) to develop a sophomore-level course and textbook on nanotechnology; with the help of funding funding from the St. Louis Institute of Nanomedicine (2009-11), developed a collaboration with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley for introducing nanomedicine into the undergraduate curriculum.

Research:
Theory of laser-induced chemical/materials physics, nonlinear optics, molecular collision dynamics, chemical reactions, energy transfer, molecular clusters/nanostructures, fractals, surface and solid-state chemistry/physics, high-temperature superconductivity, polymers, nanoscience and nanomedicine.

760 papers; 6 authored books on various topics including quantum/classical mechanics and chemical/materials/optical/nanophysics; 18 edited books/volumes; 225 conference abstracts; various other writings, such as book reviews, technical reports and general interest articles in local university publications.

Since 1972, grants/contracts from the American Chemical Society-Petroleum Research Fund, National Science Foundation, Research Corporation, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation, National Resource for Computation in Chemistry, Office of Naval Research, Army Research Office, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, New York State Institute on Superconductivity and North Atlantic Treaty Organization; 583 service units of computer time at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and Cornell National Supercomputer Facility. Three sample recent grants are from the following: (1) National Science Foundation for studies of ultrafast phase changes in semiconductors (with scientists in Hungary); (2) Army Research Office for studies of diamond-like and self-assembling organic nanostructures; and (3) North Atlantic Treaty Organization for studies of rapid-detection sensors (with scientists in Romania).

Musical Activities:

Co-owner (1990-2009) of Vivace Press, a music publishing company which specializes in women and underrepresented composers.

    Philadelphia, New Haven and Boston areas, 1964-70:  Substitute church organist.

    Western New York, 1978-91:  Solo jazz keyboardist and leader of a combo appearing in local restaurants/lounges and university/community events in Rochester, Buffalo and elsewhere in Western New York; classical piano accompanist for various church choirs; arranger and accompanist for cabaret shows; performer on radio and television; accompanist on a locally-produced choir album; guest lecturer/performer for a class in the Department of Music at the State University of New York at Buffalo; performer in concert with Russian and Armenian jazz musicians in Krasnoyarsk, East Siberia, 1990.

    Washington, 1991-96:  Performer at receptions and various university/community events (recruitment, fund-raising, etc.) in Pullman, Spokane and Seattle; performer in concert with the WSU Jazz Big Band; featured performer on several KWSU television shows in the series "Palouse Performance" with repeated showings and webcasting years later; member of different jazz combos appearing on campus and in local restaurants/lounges; performer and choir accompanist in local churches; lecturer/performer in Elderhostel and guest lecturer/performer for a class in the School of Music and Theatre Arts at Washington State University; arranger and performer in a duo with a trumpeter/flügelhornist on a compact disc entitled Close Your Eyes: Women Jazz Composers (Label: Hester Park, 1995) - for excerpts from reviews, see Selected Critical Acclaim, and for a sample complete review see Review of Musical CD.

    Wisconsin, 1996-2003:  Performer as soloist and with combos/ensembles (including singers) and bands at receptions and events at the University and throughout the state; performer with vocal jazz ensembles at the Stevens Point Area Senior High School; performer in musical plays; local airing on radio and television; performer and choir accompanist for local churches; accompanist for a classical violinist for the Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth; performer in a class under the auspices of Elderhostel; performer in local restaurants/lounges; guest appearance in the Madison Music Collective Series.

    Missouri, 2003-:  Performer as soloist and with combos/ensembles (including singers) throughout the St. Louis community, the state and at the university, including the University Jazz Ensemble; live performances on local television and radio; guest appearance with the Maynard Ferguson Band; soloist with high-school and other bands at the Missouri Music Educators' Association Annual Conference; performer in local restaurants and churches;  performer/arranger at the following:  Sheldon Concert Hall, Finale, Jazz at the Bistro, Black Cat Theatre, Gaslight Theatre, Kranzberg Arts Center, New Jewish Theatre, St. Louis Country Club, Touhill Performing Arts Center, Powell Hall, University of Missouri (in both Columbia and St. Louis), St. Louis Jazz & Heritage Festival, St. Louis Route 66 Festival, Normandy Jazz Festival, Art in the Park in Belleville, Illinois, Jacoby Arts Center in Alton, Illinois, University of Arkansas, Nanjing University and Northwestern Polytechnical University in China, city of Szeged in Hungary, West University of Timisoara in Romania, Gulf University for Science and Technology in Kuwait, University of Sarajevo in Bosnia, University of Dubrovnik in Croatia, and the Cultural Club in Muscat, Oman; key organizer and performer on a compact disc entitled Chancellor Tom George and Friends Present “Love from St. Louis” (University of Missouri–St. Louis, 2007); keyboard performer in 2009 for the following:  (1) two tracks on a locally-produced gospel/blues/jazz CD entitled Down by the Riverside and (2) a track on a compact disc entitled Vocal MusicMusic of Barbara Harbach, Volume 5 (MSR Classics 1256, Newton, Connecticut).

Spouse:
Married since 1970 to Dr. Barbara Harbach – Curators' Professor of Music and director of Women in the Arts, University of Missouri–St. Louis (formerly professor of music, Washington State University, and associate professor of mathematics and computing, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, specializing in web and digital media development); harpsichordist, organist, recording artist and composer; senior editor of WomenArts Quarterly Journal and co-owner (1990-2009) of Vivace Press; B.A., Pennsylvania State University; M.M.A., Yale University; D.M.A., Eastman School of Music; konzertdiplom, Musikhochschule, Frankfurt, Germany; honorary doctorate in music (honoris causa), Wilmington College, Ohio.

Academic Administration:


University of Missouri–St. Louis:  Chancellor (2003-present)

The University of Missouri–St. Louis (UMSL) is comprised of 17,000 students, 1,500 faculty and 1,000 staff, with an annual operating budget of $200 million plus capital construction. In addition, $150 million of new capital construction, renovation and landscaping on campus is taking place during 2014-16.  There are seven colleges - arts and sciences, business administration, education, fine arts and communication, honors, nursing and optometry – with 54 baccalaureate programs, 37 master’s degree programs, 14 doctoral programs and 1 professional program (optometry).  As part of the overall land-grant mission for the University of Missouri System, UMSL has active continuing education and outreach, including University Extension.  In addition to the main campus (470 acres) in St. Louis County, UMSL conducts programs at various community college sites.

Under Dr. George’s leadership as chancellor, the UMSL campus has been making significant progress:

Made strides in planning and shared governance:

Made substantial progress in securing operating and capital construction funds from the state:

Strengthened substantially the overall area of advancement:

Fostered interinstitutional and international programs:

Promoted research and external funding:

Contributed to economic development in the region:

Encouraged timely progress in the curriculum and degree programs:

Worked on issues of equity and diversity:

Improved and created new facilities and grounds both on and off campus:

Increased the campus commitment to athletics:

Embarked on various student initiatives:

University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point:  Chancellor (1996-2003)

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP), in the 2001-03 biennium, had 8,500 students and 1,000 faculty and staff, with an annual operating budget of $119 million plus a capital construction budget which reached $26 million.

Highlights during Chancellor George's tenure include:

Made great strides in the overall area of advancement:

Promoted the role of technology on campus:

Launched the Central Wisconsin Idea designed to strengthen the economy and workforce of the region:

Realized substantial benefits in the institution's premier natural resources mission unit:

Instituted a series of interinstitutional and cooperative agreements:

Worked with the curriculum and advising:

Worked on issues of equity and diversity:

Instituted programs in faculty and staff development:

Embarked on various student initiatives:

Instituded new programs related to athletics:

Worked in the University of Wisconsin System on various initiatives:

Washington State University:  Provost and Academic Vice President (1991-96)

Washington State University (WSU), the state's land-grant university, in 1996 had 19,000 students, 4,800 faculty-staff and 75 locations throughout the state including three branch campuses, the Agricultural Research Center, Cooperative Extension and the Small Business Development Center. During his tenure at WSU, Thomas George was instrumental in moving the campus forward.

Chaired the Executive Budget Committee overseeing an annual operating budget of over $400 million plus a biennial capital construction budget as high as $100 million.

Played a key role in fund-raising and securing external grants for the university:

Led WSU in planning activities:

Initiated the use of teaching portfolios in all tenure-promotion dossiers.

Created the Staff Senate.

Played an active role in biennial budget submissions to the state:

Secured approval for a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.

Worked with the Faculty Senate to establish a four-year baccalaureate degree guarantee for entering first-year students.

Carried out an administrative reorganization by eliminating two vice provost positions and creating a new vice provost for human relations and resources assigned to enhance personnel services and establish renewed commitment to diversity.

Took steps to enhance diversity at the campus:

Enhanced the teaching-learning environment through using technology to create Virtual WSU (in cooperation with the industrial partners Microsoft and Asymetrix).

State University of New York at Buffalo:  Dean of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (1985-91)

At the State University of New York at Buffalo, highlights of Thomas George's six-year tenure as dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (FNSM) included working with the faculty and administration to launch new programs and increase external support:

Publications:

  Music:

Compact Discs:

  1. T. F. George (piano) and M. Kaupa (trumpet/flügelhorn), Close Your Eyes:  Women Jazz Composers (Label:  Hester Park, St. Louis, Missouri, 1995;  Distributor:  Albany Music Distributors, Albany, New York), 65 minutes.
  2. T. F. George (piano) and various instrumentalists and vocalists, Chancellor Tom George and Friends Present “Love from St. Louis” (University of Missouri–St. Louis, 2007), 61 minutes.

Keyboard Compositions:

  1. B. Harbach and T. F. George, “Were You There?” Vocal with keyboard accompaniment (Vivace Press, St. Louis, 2014 – vivacepress.com), 4 pages.
  2. B. Harbach and T. F. George, “Were You There?” Organ solo (Vivace Press, St. Louis, 2014 – vivacepress.com), 3 pages. 

    Authored Books:

  1. F. Battaglia and T. F. George, Notes in Classical and Quantum Physics (Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 1990), 280 pages [Italian translation: F. Battaglia, T. F. George and E. Gallicchio, Lezioni di Fisica Classica e Quantistica (Casa Editrice Dott. Antonio Milani, Padova, Italy, 1996)].
  2. F. Battaglia and T. F. George, Fundamentals in Chemical Physics (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1998), 326 pages.
  3. H. F. Arnoldus and T. F. George, Phase Conjugation in a Layer on Nonlinear Material (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2005), 124 pages [reprinted from H. F. Arnoldus and T. F. George, "Phase Conjugation in a Layer on Nonlinear Material," International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 10, 285-369 (2003)].
  4. T. F. George, L. Braescu, A. M. Balint, L. Nánai and S. Balint, Microcomputer Modeling of Growth Processes of Single-Crystal Sheets and Fibers (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2007), 199 pages.
  5. L. Tilstra, S. A. Broughton, R. S. Tanke, D. Jelski, V. A. French, G. P. Zhang, A. K. Popov, A. B. Western and T. F. George, The Science of Nanotechnology:  An Introductory Text (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2008), 185 pages.
  6. D. Jelski and T. F. George, Your Future Job:  Building a Career in the New Normal (Plattekill Press, Modena, New York, 2015), 146 pages.
  7. R. R. Letfullin and T. F. George, Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology (Springer, New York), in progress with publishing agreement/contract signed by authors and Springer.
  8. A. K. Zhukov and T. F. George, The World of Quasiparticles (Springer, Heidelberg), in progress with publishing agreement/contract signed by authors and Springer.
  9. W. Hübner, G. Lekidis, T. F. George, A. Rubio and G. P. Zhang, Introduction to Ultrafast Phenomena:  From Femtosecond Spin Dynamics to Attosecond Harmonic Generation, proposal under consideration by CRC Press.

    Edited Books and Volumes:

  1. T. F. George, Editor, Theoretical Aspects of Laser Radiation and Its Interaction with Atomic and Molecular Systems, Report of a National Science Foundation Workshop (University of Rochester, Rochester, 1977), 53 pages.
  2. T. F. George, Guest Editor, January/February 1980 issue (Volume 19) of Optical Engineering featuring "Laser Applications to Chemistry," 112 pages.
  3. T. F. George, Feature Editor, February 1987 issue (Volume 4) of the Journal of the Optical Society of America, Part B, featuring "Laser-Induced Molecular Physics at Surfaces," 108 pages.
  4. T. F. George and M. Poliakoff, Guest Editors, February 1987 issue (Volume 43) of Spectrochimica Acta, Part A, Proceedings of the International Conference on "Chemistry by Infrared Lasers," 180 pages.
  5. D. L. Nelson and T. F. George, Editors, Chemistry of High-Temperature Superconductors (American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 1987), American Chemical Society Symposium Series, Volume 351, 340 pages (translated into Russian and printed in Russia).
  6. D. L. Nelson and T. F. George, Editors, Chemistry of High-Temperature Superconductors II (American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 1988), American Chemical Society Symposium Series, Volume 377, 349 pages.
  7. T. F. George, Editor, Photochemistry in Thin Films (Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, Bellingham, Washington, 1989), Proceedings of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, Volume 1056, 278 pages.
  8. D. A. Jelski and T. F. George, Editors, Computational Studies of New Materials (World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore, 1999), 464 pages.
  9. V. A. Markel and T. F. George, Editors, Optics of Nanostructured Materials (John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2001), Lasers and Applications Series, 565 pages.
  10. H. F. Arnoldus and T. F. George, Editors, Theoretical Physics 2001 (Nova Science Publishers, Huntington, New York, 2002), Horizons in World Physics, Volume 238, 295 pages.
  11. T. F. George, X. Sun and G. P. Zhang, Editors, Modern Topics in Chemical Physics (Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India, 2002), 419 pages.
  12. T. F. George and H. F. Arnoldus, Editors, Theoretical Physics 2002, Part 1 (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2002), Horizons in World Physics, Volume 239, 231 pages.
  13. T. F. George and H. F. Arnoldus, Editors, Theoretical Physics 2002, Part 2 (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2002), Horizons in World Physics, Volume 243, 261 pages.
  14. G. A. Mansoori, T. F. George, L. Assoufid and G. P. Zhang, Editors, Molecular Building Blocks for Nanotechnology:  From Diamondoids to Nanoscale Materials and Applications (Springer, New York, 2007), Topics in Applied Physics, Volume 109, 440 pages.
  15. H. F. Arnoldus and T. F. George, Editors, New Topics in Theoretical Physics (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2007), Horizons in World Physics, Volume 258, 89 pages.  
  16. T. F. George, D. Jelski, R. R. Letfullin and G. P. Zhang, Editors, Computational Studies of New Materials II:  From Ultrafast Processes and Nanostructures to Optoelectronics, Energy Storage and Nanomedicine (World Scientific, Singapore, 2011), 540 pages.
  17. T. F. George, R. R. Letfullin and G. P. Zhang, Editors, Perspectives in Theoretical Physics (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2011), 296 pages.
  18. T. F. George, R. R. Letfullin and G. P. Zhang, Editors, Theoretical Physics and Nonlinear Optics:  Theories and Models (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2012), 253 pages.

    Course Material:

T. F. George and D. H. Turner, General Chemistry Materials, 1985 Edition (Ginn Press, Lexington, Massachusetts, 1985), 457 pages.

    Papers Since 2012:

  1. S. Li, L. Q. Zhuang and T. F. George, “Electric Field-Tuned Polymer Amplified Spontaneous Emission,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society 159, P29-34 (2012).
  2. K. Middleton, G. P. Zhang, M. R. Nichols and T. F. George, “A Comparative First-Principles Study of Structural and Electronic Properties of Memantine, Amantadine and Rimantadine,” Molecular Physics 110, 685-9 (2012).
  3. N. N. Yanyushkina, A. V. Zhukov, M. B. Belonenko and T. F. George, “Zitterbewegung in Thin Films of Topological Insulators with Hexagonal Lattice Irradiated by Terahertz Pulses,” Modern Physics Letters B 26, 1250106/1-6 (2012).
  4. E. G. Federov, A. V. Zhukov, M. B. Belonenko and T. F. George, “2D Electromagnetic Breathers in Carbon Nanotubes,” European Physical Journal D:  Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics 66, 219/1-5 (2012).
  5. S. Li, W. F. Jiang and T. F. George, “Self-Introduced Lattice Distortion, Invisible Cavity and Hidden Collective Behavior of a Polymeric Nanofiber Laser,” in Light-Emitting Diodes and Optoelectronics:  New Research, edited by J. T. Hall and A. O. Koskinen (Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2012), pp. 195-207.
  6. R. A. Chen, C. Wang, S. Li and T. F. George, “Carrier-Collision-Induced Formation of Charged Excitons and Ultrafast Dynamics Fluorescence Spectra,” Journal of Physical Chemistry A 116, 12089-95 (2012).
  7. G. P. Zhang and T. F. George, “Proposed Coherent Trapping of a Population of Electrons in a C60 Molecule Induced by Laser Excitation,” Physical Review Letters 109, 257401/1-5 (2012).
  8. R. A. Chen, C. Wang, S. Li and T. F. George, “Electron Two-Transition-Induced Enhancement of Emission Efficiency in Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes,” Materials 6, 886-96 (2013).
  9. C. Wang, L. Q. Zhuang, R. A. Chen, S. Li and T. F. George, “Localization and Relaxation of Singlet Exciton Formation in Conjugated Polymers under Photoexcitation,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117, 3258-63 (2013).
  10. F. Battaglia and T. F. George, “Tensors:  A Guide for Undergraduate Students,” American Journal of Physics 81, 498-511 (2013).
  11. G. P. Zhang and T. F. George, “Thermal or Nonthermal?  That is the Question for Ultrafast Spin Switching in GdFeCo,” Journal of Physics:  Condensed Matter 25, 366002/1-7 (2013).
  12. L. Ge, S. Li, T. F. George and X. Sun, “A Model of Intrinsic Symmetry Breaking,” Physics Letters A 377, 2069-73 (2013).
  13. R. R. Letfullin and T. F. George, “Plasmonic Nanomaterials for Nanomedicine,” in Springer Handbook of Nanomaterials, edited by R. Vajtai (Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 2013), pp. 1063-97.
  14. T. F. George and L. Braescu, “On the Impurity Distribution Induced by Surface Tension Gradients:  Aluminum-Doped Silicon Cylindrical Bars Grown from a Melt by the EFG Method,” Proceedings of Materials Science & Technology 2013 (Montréal, Québec, 2013), pp. 2774-81.
  15. G. P. Zhang and T. F. George, “Laser-Induced Coherent Population Trapping in C60,” Physical Review A 88, 063808/1-8 (2013).
  16. Q. L. Ye, C. Wang, R. A. Chen, L. Q. Zhuang, S. Li and T. F. George “Strong Electric Field-Induced Quenching of Amplified Emission in a Polymer Light-Emitting Diode,” International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 17, 121-31 (2013).
  17. R. R. Letfullin, C. E. W. Rice, T. F. George, M. Yaskarova and K. Murzagulova, “Nanoparticle Enhanced X-Ray Therapy of Cancer,” International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 17, 133-45 (2013).
  18. J. H. Johnson, Jr. and T. F. George, “Public-Private Partnership, Entrepreneurship Strategy, and Regional Economic Development:  A Case Study,” Metropolitan Universities:  An International Forum 25, 5-38 (2014).
  19. A. V. Zhukov, R. Bouffanais, N. N. Konobeeva, M. B. Belonenko and T. F. George, “Influence of Multi-Level Impurities on the Dynamics of Ultrashort Electromagnetic Pulses in Carbon Nanotubes,” Europhysics Letters 106, 37005/1-5 (2014).
  20. A. V. Zhukov, R. Bouffanais, M. B. Belonenko, N. N. Konobeeva and T. F. George, “Few-Cycle Optical Pulses in a Thin Film of a Topological Insulator,” Optics Communications 329, 151-3 (2014).
  21. H. F. Arnoldus, F. Battaglia and T. F. George, "Photon Statistics of Resonance Fluorescence in the Limit of Separated Spectral Lines," Journal of Physical Chemistry A 118, 6514-20 (2014).
  22. R. R. Letfullin, C. E. W. Rice and T. F. George, “X-Ray Optics of Gold Nanoparticles,” Applied Optics 53, 7208-14 (2014) [Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics 9, Issue 13 (December 23, 2014)].
  23. B. Harbach, T. F. George and B. A. Lynerd, “Billie Holiday:  Composer and Singer,” Journal of the International Alliance for Women in Music 20, 20-3 (2014).
  24. T. F. George, “Maintaining a Personal Program of Research and Scholarship While Serving as President/Chancellor,” in Academic Leadership in Higher Education:  From the Top Down and the Bottom Up, edited by R. J. Sternberg, E. Davis, A. C. Mason, R. V. Smith, J. S. Vitter and M. Wheatley (Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, Maryland, 2015), pp. 23-9.
  25. C. Wang, R. A. Chen, S. Li and T. F. George, “Deep Localized Distortion of Alternating Bonds and Reduced Transport of Charged Carriers in Conjugated Polymers under Photoexcitation,” Nanoscale 7, 479-86 (2015).
  26. R. A. Chen, D. Y. Jiang, S. Li and T. F. George, “Time-Dependent Spectra During Radiative Decay of Singlet Excitons in Conjugated Polymers,” Electrochemical Society Journal of Solid State Science and Technology 4, R60-5 (2015).
  27. R. R. Letfullin, A. R. Letfullin and T. F. George, “RF Heating of Nanoclusters for Cancer Therapy,” in Colloidal Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications X (Photonics West 2015:  BiOS - NanoBiophotonics), edited by W. J. Parak, M. Osinski and X. J. Liang, Proceedings of  the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers 9338, 93381G/1-9 (2015).
  28. R. R. Letfullin, A. R. Letfullin and T. F. George, “Absorption Efficiency and Heating Kinetics of Nanoparticles in the RF Range for Selective Nanotherapy of Cancer,” Nanomedicine:  Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 11, 413-20 (2015).
  29. G. P. Zhang, M. S. Si and T. F. George, “Laser-Induced Ultrafast Demagnetization Time and Spin Moment in Ferromagnets:  First-Principles Calculation,” Journal of Applied Physics 117, 17D706/1-4 (2015).
  30. G. P. Zhang, M. S. Si, Y. H. Bai and T. F. George, “Magnetic Spin moment Reduction in Photoexcited Ferromagnets Through Exchange Interaction Quenching:  Beyond the Rigid Band Approximation” Journal of Physics:  Condensed Matter 27, 206003/1-7 (2015).
  31. A. V. Zhukov, R. Bouffanais, M. B. Belonenko, N. N. Konobeeva, Y. V. Nevzorova and T. F. George, “Two-Dimensional Extremely Short
    Electromagnetic Pulses in a Bragg Medium with Carbon Nanotubes,” European Physical Journal D 69, 129/1-4 (2015).
  32. G. P. Zhang, H. P. Zhu, Y. H. Bai, J. Bonacum, X. S. Wu and T. F. George, “Imaging Superatomic Molecular Orbitals in a C60 Molecule Through Four 800-nm Photons,” International Journal of Modern Physics B 29, 1550115/1-10 (2015).
  33. R. R. Letfullin, A. R. Letfullin and T. F. George, “RF Activation of Nanoparticles for Selective Nanotherapy of Cancer,” International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 17, 213-32 (2015).
  34. K. Sós, T. F. George, C. T. Robinson and L. Nánai, “Investigation of Building Materials and the Street’s Surface Radioactive Emission,” Advances in Natural Science 8, 10-5 (2015).
  35. S. Li, H. G. Fung, T. F. George and H. Cai, “Asset Volatility in the Financial Market,” International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics, in press.

(In addition to the above, a number of papers are under review by journals.)