Dr. Rongjia Tao

Professor | Physicist | Researcher

Rongjia Tao Professional Milestones

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1947

Dr. Tao is born in Shanghai, China to Yun Tao and Xiao-Mei Zou.

1970

Dr. Tao receives a Bachelor of Science from the University of Science and Technology of China.

1975

Dr. Tao becomes a researcher for the Optical Institute of Anhui in China.

1979

Dr. Tao immigrates to the United States.

1980

Dr. Tao receives a Master of Arts from Columbia University.

1982

Dr. Tao receives a Doctor of Philosophy from Columbia University.

1982

Dr. Tao becomes a research associate at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.

1984

Dr. Tao serves as a research fellow of the University of Cambridge in England.

1984

Dr. Tao becomes a research assistant professor at the University of Southern California.

1985

Dr. Tao becomes an assistant professor of physics at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.

1987

Dr. Tao visits the IBM Bergen Scientific Center in Bergen, Norway.

1989

Dr. Tao becomes an assistant professor of physics at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.

1991

Dr. Tao is promoted to associate professor of physics at Southern Illinois University.

1993

Dr. Tao is promoted to full professor of physics at Southern Illinois University.

1994

Dr. Tao is appointed chairman of the Department of Physics at Southern Illinois University.

1997

Dr. Tao serves as a visiting professor in the Department of Physics at Princeton University.

2000

Dr. Tao becomes a professor of physics at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

2007

Dr. Tao is appointed Chairman of the Department of Physics at Temple University.

2010

Dr. Tao serves as editor-in-chief of “Modern Physics Letter B” and the “International Journal of Modern Physics B.”

2016

Dr. Tao becomes a professor at the Independence Blue Cross Cardiovascular Research Center of the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.

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