Casey Durandet

Dr. Casey Durandet is currently a Physics professor in the Maricopa County College District in Phoenix, Arizona.  She received her BS degree in Physics from University of Wisconsin - Madison in 1989 and her MS degree in 1991 and a Ph.D. degree in 1995 in High Energy Particle Physics from University of Wisconsin - Madison. 

Thomas Dillinger

Tom’s ties to the University of Wisconsin-Madison are many and varied.  He received a BS-AMEP degree in 1977 (Phi Beta Kappa), and an MS-EE degree in 1978.  He was an Adjunct Professor in the ECE Department in 1982-3, introducing a new course in Applied Microelectronics.  He has served as a member of the ECE Department’s Industry Advisory Committee.  His father was Joe Dillinger, Professor in the Physics Department from 1946 until 1975. After many years at AMD, Tom joined Oracle Corporation working in the former SPARC division of Oracle acquisition Sun Microsystems.

Carl J. Anderson

Dr. Carl J. Anderson received his BS in physics from the University of Missouri in 1974 and his Ph.D. in Physics from the University Wisconsin - Madison in 1979. A lifelong employee of IBM Corporation, Carl is now at IBM in Austin TX and in 2000 and became an IBM Fellow.

Jay Davis

Dr. Jay Davis is the immediate past President of the Hertz Foundation, which funds graduate studies in the applied physical sciences and engineering.  A nuclear physicist trained at the Universities of Texas (BA 63, MA 64) and Wisconsin (Ph.D. 69), Jay spent over three decades at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories working in support of the fusion program.

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