Luis A. Orozco
Emeritus Professor of Physics and emeritus Fellow of the Joint Quantum Institute
The Atlantic Building 2201
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-4111
Phone:1 (301) 405 9740, Fax:1 (301) 405 0207
United States.

web page:
email: lorozco at

Born 1958 in Guadalajara, Mexico

Ph.D. 1987, University of Texas at Austin.

Awards and Fellowships:
IBM Graduate Fellow 1986-87
Guggenheim Fellowship 1998-99
American Physical Society (APS) Fellow 2000
Distinguished Traveling Lecturer Division of Laser Science-APS 2002-2018
Optical Society of America (OSA) Fellow 2003
Institute of Physics (UK) Fellow 2005
Corresponding Member Academia Mexicana de Ciencias 2005
Philip Merrill Faculty Mentor UMD 2010-2011
Doctor Honoris Causa, Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica, Optica y Electronica, Mexico 2016
Catedra de Investigacion del Instituto de Fisica, Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi, Mexico 2018
Enrico Fermi Colloquium at University of Florence, Forence 2019 ,br/
Other Activities:
Editorial Board Journal of Optics B (2001-2005)
Editorial Board Physical Review A (2002-2007)
Program Chair (2003) and General Chair (2005), Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, OSA.
General Chair, Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, OSA (2005).
Center for UltraCold Atoms Harvard MIT, External Advisory Board (2005-2006) and (2009-2016)
Joint Council of Quantum Electronics (OSA APS IEEE-LEOS) and International Council of Quantum Electronics (2006-2008)
Chair of Committee of Visitors of the Physics Division, NSF (2006)
Advisory Board Quantum Optical Information Technology, Consolider-Ingenio 2010 (2006-2011)
Advisory Committee of the Mathematical and Physical Sciences Directorate, NSF (2009-2012)
Center for Optics and Photonics, Conception, Chile, International Advisory Committee (2011-2016)
Member of the selection committee of the Waterman Award at NSF (2016-2018)
Member of the Academic Advisory Board of the International Studies Institute, Florence, Italy (2019-2021)
Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the UNESCO Center Meso American Institute of Science (2020-2024)

Academic Life:
23 PhD thesis directed, more than 50 undergraduate students supervised Former group members, more than 150 refereed papers. Selected publications

Research Interests:
Quantum Optics; Cavity and Waveguide QED; Precision Spectroscopy of Francium; Parity Non-Conservation.

December 11, 2021