Chevalier received his Ph.D. in Engineering Physics at the
University of Montreal, Polytechnic School, where he worked
on the first measurements of the nuclear magnetic dipole and
quadrupole moments of the 91Zr isotope. He then became a Post-doctoral
Scholar at the "Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique"
(National Scientific Research Institute) in Varennes (near
Montreal) Canada where he developed carbon probes to measure
neutral particle flux on the inner walls of the "Tokamac
de Varennes". He then went to UCLA where he first worked
as a Post-doctoral Scholar in the PISCES group of the M.A.N.E.
(Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering) Department.
Later he became staff at the Low Energy Plasma Group of the
Electrical Engineering Department. He was a Director of
Research at California Institute for Human Science.
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