Gaétan Chevalier, Ph.D.

Lead Faculty


  • Ph.D., Engineering Physics, 1988, University of Montréal

  • M.Sc.A. Applied Science, 1983, University of Montréal

  • B.Ing. Engineering Physics, 1979, University of Montréal


Gaétan Chevalier, Ph.D., has  a forty-year career in frontier research working in engineering  physics, fiber optics, atomic physics, laser and instrumental  spectroscopy, plasma physics, biophysics and electrophysiology.   Worked  on the first measurements of the nuclear magnetic dipole and quadrupole  moments of the 91Zr isotope for isotopic nuclear separation at the  University of Montréal. Post-doctoral scholar developing carbon probes  to measure neutral particle flux on the inner walls of the "Tokamac de  Varennes" at the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)  in Varennes, Québec, Canada. University of California at Los Angeles  (UCLA) post-doctoral scholar and spectroscopist in the P.I.S.C.E.S.  group of the M.A.N.E. (Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering)  Department. Staff scientist at the Low Energy Plasma Laboratory of the  Electrical Engineering Department at UCLA. Lead Faculty, California  Institute for Human Science.