Curriculum Vitae

ALEKSANDER REBANE

Physics Department 
Montana State University  
Bozeman, Montana 59717

Phone: (406) 994 7831
Fax:  (406) 994 4452
Email:http://www.physics.montana.edu/faculty/rebane

PERSONAL

Birth Date:  August 19, 1958

Home address:  1407 S. Montana Ave., Bozeman, MT 59715; Phone: (406) 585 5491

Married, two children, b. 1983, 1986

Languages: English, German, Estonian, Russian

Citizen of Estonia, Permanent Resident of U.S.A.

EDUCATION

1981 DiplomaCum Laude in Physics, Tartu University, Estonia
1985   Ph.D. in Physics, Institute of Physics of the Estonian Academy of Sciences
1995         Venia Legendi in Physical Chemistry at  the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETHZ)

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2003 to date   Professor of Physics, Montana State University
1996 to 2003   Associate Professor of Physics, Montana State University
1990 - 1996    Oberassistent at the Laboratory for Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich
1990  Visiting scientist at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles
1987, 1988   Visiting scientist at the University of Bayreuth, Germany
1986 - 1990   Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Physics, Tartu, Estonia
1981 - 1985 Research Associate at the Institute of Physics, Tartu, Estonia

TEACHING RECORD

2003, 2004, 2005   Graduate Electromagnetic Theory (Phys 509)
2000, 2002, 2004  Graduate/Senior Physics Laboratory (Phys 516/461)
1999, 2001, 2003   Graduate Nonlinear Optics and Laser Spectroscopy (Phys 531)
1997, 1998  Undergraduate Quantum Mechanics (Phys 411/412)

PREVIOUS TEACHING RECORD

At ETHZ  1991 - 1996

Physical Chemistry

Thermodynamics

Quantum Mechanics

Laser Spectroscopy

Advisor of 10 Ph.D. students

AWARDS

1993 - International Commission for Optics Prize

1996 - Leopold Ruzicka Prize, ETHZ

1999 - Charles and Nora Wiley Award, MSU

2003 - Cox Award, MSU

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP

American Physical Society, Optical Society of America, SPIE, European Physical Society

Estonian Physical Society, German Physical Society, Society of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines