Dr. Larson's Blog

Who is Dr. Delbert Larson?

 

Doctor Delbert Larson received his Ph.D. in accelerator physics from the University of Wisconsin. During his scientific career, he has been an adjuct professor of Physics at UCLA, a Research Professor of Physics at UT-Arlington, lead accelerator physicist on Fermilab's successful PET project and lead lontidudinal dynamics scientist for the HEB at the Superconducting Super Collider. In addition, Doctor Larson served for roughly 20 years as a reviewer for Physics Essays, a journal devoted to fundamental theoretical physics. Doctor Larson has numerous publications and patents, and his full scientific resume can be found by clicking on the first reference listed below.

 

Selected References of Dr. Delbert Larson

  1. The Scientific Resume of Dr. Delbert Larson
  2. The A-B-C Preon Model, D.J. Larson, Physics Essays, vol. 10, 27-34, (1997).
  3. An Absolute Theory for the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies, D.J. Larson, Physics Essays, vol. 7, 476-489, (1994).
  4. A Derivation of Maxwell's Equations From a Simple Two-Component Solid-Mechanical Aether, D.J. Larson, Physics Essays, vol. 11, no. 4, (1998).
  5. Electron Cooling for a Muon Collider, D.J. Larson, submitted to Physical Review Letters, Sept. 2009.