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RESUME

Dr. Stuart A. Kingsley, CEng, MIET, SMIEEE




October 12, 2009


Fiberdyne Optoelectronics
The Bournemouth Optical SETI Observatory/
The Columbus Optical SETI Observatory
Flat 73, Crag Head,
77 Manor Road,
Bournemouth,
Dorset BH1 3JG
England
                             
UK Tel: 01202-296377
UK Cell: 07857352209
US Tel: 614-258-7402

Email: name@coseti.org or name@srico.com, where "name" is my first initial and surname, and has been written like this to reduce bot-generated SPAM.


Education
Employment
Experience
Present Positions

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Professional Recognition and Affiliations
Affiliations to Space, SETI and Astronomy Organizations
Publications and Presentations
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DR. STUART A. KINGSLEY

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Education:

B.Sc.	Honors, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, City University, London, England (1967-1972).

Ph.D.	Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University College London, London, England (1972-1975).

Employment:
Thorn Electrical Industries as Thin Sandwich Course Student (U.K.) 1967-1972.
Industrial experience included first all solid-state Ferguson colour TV
design and production, and dimming fluorescent lamps at Thorn Lighting Laboratories.
University College London as Research Assistant (U.K.) 1975-1981.
Battelle Columbus Division as Principal Research Scientist (U.S.) 1981-1985.
Battelle Columbus Division as Senior Research Scientist (U.S.) 1985-1987.
Fiberdyne Optoelectronics as Fiber Optic Consultant (U.S.) 1987-1992.
SRICO, Inc. as Vice-President of Engineering (U.S.) 1992-2002.
SRICO, Inc. as Chief Scientist (U.S.) 2002-2007.
The Columbus Optical SETI Observatory (ETI Photonics) as Director (U.S.) 1993-2007.
The Bournemouth Optical SETI Observatory as Director (U.K.) 2008-
Fiberdyne Optoelectronics as Fiber Optic Consultant (U.K.) 2008-

Experience:
Developed several coherent fiber-optic data-highway concepts which exploit the microphonic nature of optical fibers when conveying coherent light.  Involved in producing a variety of fiber-optic sensors, including fiber-optic inertial rotation sensors.  Inventor of the fiber-optic line-stretcher and fiber-optic line-squeezer phase modulators that are now
important components in FOSS (Fiber Optic Sensor Systems).  As early as 1975, speculated that optical fibers might find application as strain,
pressure and temperature sensors.

Devising research projects in fiber-optic/integrated-optic sensing, distributed fiber-optic sensing, fiber-optic/integrated-optic communications, and chirped laser-diode ranging systems, marketing projects, writing proposals/reports, supervising and managing research work.  Optoelectronics fiber-optic sensing consultant.  Investigated the health aspects of lighting and VDU flicker, possible workstation health
hazard, and domestic environmental magnetic-field hazards.  A photonics systems analysis of an optical approach to the Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has been completed.  The results of this study indicate that the SETI community may have been misguided in assuming for the past 30 years, that the microwave water-hole near the 21-cm hydrogen line is the best place to search for Alien communications.  Chairman for SPIE's Optical SETI I, II and III conferences (1993, 1996 & 2001).  Former editorial board member of SETIQuest.  Former non-voting member of the Bexley Technology
Commission (BTC).

Present Positions:
International Consultant (former Chief Scientist and VP of Engineering) at SRICO, Inc. where he was involved in photonic electric field sensing, voltage
sensing, non-contact and dry-contact physiological sensing, low-noise (Noise Figures of a few dB) wide dynamic range fiber optic links, wideband
(18+ GHz) analog fiber optic links, and Dense Wavelength Division Multiplex (DWDM) systems.  All these technologies are based on lithium niobate
Mach-Zehnder Intensity (MZI) modulators.  More recently involved with ultra-high extinction ratio modulators and Periodically-Poled Lithium Niobate
(PPLN)wavelength converters.  President of Fiberdyne Optoelectronics, a photonics consultancy company.  Presently consulting on fiber optic sensing
arrays for use in seismic sensing in the oil-exploration industry, based on technology first described in publications 1-5 below.  Director of former
The Columbus Optical SETI Observatory (ETI Photonics) and the future Bournemouth Optical SETI Observatory. Former board member of the Laser Museum &
Space Signal Observatory (LSSO).  Chairman of The SETI League's Optical SETI Committee.  Technology Director, Crag Head Management.
Publications Summary:
Author of over 50 papers in fiber and integrated optics, mainly related to coherent fiber-optic systems and distributed fiber-optic sensing.  Eleven
patents in the area of fiber/integrated optic sensing and optical modulation.

Professional Recognition and Affiliations:
Winner of the Barlow Prize for innovative research (1975), University College London.  Presented with the prestigious 1984 Rank Prize for
Optoelectronics (shared with Professor D.E.N. Davies) which was given for a major contribution to fiber-optic sensing technology.  1996 R&D 100 Award
as a co-inventor of SRICO's E-field sensor.  2000 NASA Technical Briefs Award.  2000 Giordano Bruno Memorial Award for pioneering efforts in the search for
laser signals from space.  2002 R&D 100 Award as co-inventor of the PhotrodeTM. Member, The Institution of Engineering and Technology (formerly the IEE).
British Chartered Engineer.  Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Member, Eta Kappa Nu Association.

 

 

                           
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Affiliations to Space, SETI and Astronomy Organizations:
The Planetary Society (TPS)
The National Space Society (NSS)
The Laser Museum & Space Signal Observatory (LSSO)
The SETI League, Inc.
The Columbus Astronomical Society (CAS)
Publications and Presentations:

 1.  Davies, D.E.N. and Kingsley, S.A., "Method of phase-modulating signals in optical fibres: application to optical-telemetry systems",
     Electronics Letters, 24 January 1974, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 21-22.*

 2.  Davies, D.E.N. and Kingsley, S.A., "A novel optical fibre telemetry highway", Presented at the 1st European Conference on Optical Fibre
     Communication, 16-18 September 1975, London, England, IEE Conference Publication No. 132, pp. 165-167.

 3.  Kingsley, S.A., "Optical-fibre phase modulator", Electronics Letters, 18 September 1975, Vol.11, No. 19, pp. 453-454.

 4.  Davies, D.E.N. and Kingsley, S. A., "An optical fibre data collection highway", Proceedings of Electro-Optics/Laser International '76 UK,
     Brighton, England, 9-11 March 1976, pp. 64-72.

 5.  Kingsley, S.A. and Davies, D.E.N., "Use of optical fibres as instrumentation transducers", Digest of Technical Papers, Conference on
     Laser and Electrooptical Systems (CLEOS), 25-27 May 1976, San Diego, U.S.A., pp. 24-25.

 6.  Culshaw, B., Davies, D.E.N. and Kingsley, S.A., "Acoustic sensitivity of optical-fibre waveguides", Electronics Letters, 8 December 1977,
     Vol. 13, No. 25, pp. 760-761.

 7.  Kingsley, S.A. and Davies, D.E.N., "Multimode optical-fibre phase modulators and discriminators: I-Theory", Electronics Letters, 25 May
     1978, Vol. 14, No. 11, pp. 322-324.

 8.  Kingsley, S.A., "Multimode optical-fibre phase modulators and discriminators: II-Experiments", Electronics Letters, 25 May 1978, 
     Vol. 14, No. 11, pp. 355-337.

 9.  Kingsley, S.A., "Fibredyne systems for passive or semipassive fibre-optic sensors", Electronics Letters, 6 July 1978, Vol. 14, No.
     14, pp. 419-422.

10.  Kingsley, S.A., Culshaw, B., Davies, D.E.N. and Hall, T.J., Fibre-optic microphones and hydrophones: a comparison with conventional devices",
     Proceedings of the International Optical Computing Conference (IOCC-78), 5-7 September 1978, London, England, pp. 67-74.

11.  Kingsley, S.A., Davies, D.E.N., Culshaw, B. and Howard, D., "Fibredyne systems", Proceedings of Fiber Optic Communications (FOC '78), 6-8
     September 1978, Chicago, U.S.A., pp. 152-158.

12.  Culshaw, B., Davies, D.E.N. and Kingsley, S.A., "Fibre-optic strain, pressure and temperature sensors", Proceedings of the 4th European
     Conference on Optical Communication (4th ECOC), 12-15 September 1978, Genoa, Italy, pp. 115-126.

13.  Kingsley, S.A., "Measurement of the pressure sensitivity of single-mode optical-fibre phase modulators", Microwaves, Optics and Acoustics, Vol.
     2, No. 6, November 1978, pp. 204-208.

14.  Culshaw, B., Fiddy, M.A., Hall, T.J. and Kingsley, S.A., "Fibre optic acoustic sensors", Proceedings of Ultrasonics '79, Graz, Austria, 15-17
     May 1979, pp. 267-272.

15.  Culshaw, B. and Kingsley, S.A., "Thermal phase noise in coherent`optical fibre systems", Electronics Letters, 31 January 1980, Vol. 16,
     No.3, pp. 97-99.

16.  Ball, P.R., Culshaw, B., Davies, D.E.N., Hall, T.J. and Kingsley, S.A., "Fibre-optics and some coherent applications", Digest of Technical
     Papers, Conference on Laser and Electrooptical Systems (CLEOS/ICF '80), 26-28 February 1980, San Diego, U.S.A., p. 66.

17.  Ball, P.R., Culshaw, B. and Kingsley, S.A., "Recovery of phase modulated signals in multimode optical fibres", Proceedings of the
     International Optical Computing Conference (IOCC '80), Washington D.C., U.S.A., 7-11 April 1980.

18.  Culshaw, B., Davies, D.E.N. and Kingsley, S.A., "Multimode optical fiber sensors", Proceedings of the American Ceramic Society (Annual
     Meeting), Advances in Ceramics, Physics of Fiber Optics, Vol. 2, Chicago, U.S.A., 27-30 April 1980, pp. 515-528.

19.  Kingsley, S.A. and Lange, S., "Interferometric optical fibre sensors and multimode heterodyning", Presented at Fiber Optic Communications
     (FOC '80), San Francisco, U.S.A., 16-18 September 1980.

20.  Kingsley, S.A., Davies, D.E.N. and Culshaw, B., "Coherent fibre optics", Presented at Fiber Optic Communications (FOC '80), San
     Francisco, U.S.A., 16-18 September 1980.

21.  Kingsley, S.A., "Synchronous fiber-optic gravitational telescopes", First International Conference on Fibre Optic Rotation Sensors, MIT,
     Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A., 9-11 November 1981, Proceedings Published by Springer-Verlag, Springer Series in Optical Sciences, Vol. 32, pp.
     386-397.

22.  Kingsley, S.A., "Fiber-optic interferometric signal processor employing a differentiate and cross-multiply frequency discriminator", First
     International Conference on Fibre Optic Sensors, 26-28 April 1983, London, England, IEE Conference Publication No. 221, pp. 205-209.

23.  Kingsley, S.A. and Boiarski, A., "Differential doppler velocimetry using polarization-preserving optical fiber", First International
     Conference on Fibre Optic Sensors, 26-28 April 1984, London, England, IEE Conference Publication No. 221, pp. 214-216.

24.  Kingsley, S.A., "Distributed fiber-optic sensors", Proceedings of Ohmcon/84, Technical Session #10, 13-14 June 1984, Columbus, Ohio,  U.S.A.

25.  Kingsley, S.A., "Distributed fiber-optic sensors", Proceedings of the 1984 ISA Show, 22-25 October 1984, Houston, Texas, U.S.A., pp. 315-330.

26.  Kingsley, S.A. and Davies, D.E.N., "OFDR diagnostics for fibre and integrated-optic systems", Electronics Letters, 9 May 1985, Vol. 21,
     No. 10, pp. 434-435.

27.  Kingsley, S.A., "Fiber optic sensors: opportunities for distributed measurement", Intech, August 1985, pp. 44-48.

28.  Kingsley, S.A., "Distributed fiber optic sensors: an overview", Proc. of SPIE's 29th Annual International Technical Symposium, San Diego,
     California, 18-23 August 1985, Vol. 566, Fiber Optic & Laser Sensors III, pp. 28-36.

29.  Kingsley, S.A. and Davies, D.E.N., "OFDR diagnostics for fiber/integrated optic systems and high resolution distributed fiber
     optic sensing", Proc. of SPIE's 29th Annual International Technical Symposium, San Diego, California, 18-23 August 1985, Vol. 566, Fiber
     Optic & Laser Sensors III, pp. 265-275.

30.  Kingsley, S.A., "Distributed FODAR sensors", Proc. of the 3rd Annual Hostile Environments and High temperature Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio,
     March 25-26, 1986 and IEE Colloquium on Distributed Optical Fibre Sensors, Digest No. 1986/74, London, England, May 12, 1986.

31.  Kingsley, S.A., and Harmer, A., "Fiber optic sensors and their potential in industry", Battelle Technical Inputs To Planning,
     Report No. 48, August 1986.

32.  Kingsley, S.A., "Advances in distributed FODAR", Proc. of SPIE's 30th Technical Symposium, Fiber/Laser '86, Fiber Optic Sensor & Laser
     Sensors IV, Vol. 718, Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 22-24, 1986, pp. 66-77. **

33.  Kingsley, S.A., and McGinniss, V.D., "Distributed fiber-optic hot-spot sensors", Proc. of SPIE's 30th Technical Symposium, Fiber/Laser '86,
     Fiber Optic & Laser Sensors IV, Vol. 718, Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 22-24, 1986, pp. 218-224. ***

34.  Kingsley, S.A., and Kuhner, M.B., "Range image acquisition: a progress report", Proc. of the United States Postal Service Advanced Technology
     Conference, Washington D.C., October 21-23, 1986, pp. 278-303.

35.  Griffiths, R.W., Kingsley, S.A, and Wanser, K.H.,"High spatial resolution terminal for short structures", Proc. of SPIE's 1989 Boston
     Symposium, OE/FIBERS '89, Optoelectronic & Fiber Optic Devices & Applications, Fiber Optic Smart Structures and Skins II, Vol. 1170,
     Boston, Massachusetts, September 5-8, 1989.

36.  Kurmer, J.P., Kingsley, S.A., Laudo, J.S., Krak, S.J., "Distributed fiber optic sensor for leak detection",  Proc. of SPIE's 1991 Boston
     Symposium, OE/FIBERS '91, Optoelectronic & Fiber Optic Devices & Applications, Fiber Optic Smart Structures and Skins IV, Vol. 1586,
     Boston, Massachusetts, September 3-6, 1991.

37.  Kingsley, S.A., "The search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) in the optical spectrum - optical SETI revisited and the amateur
     approach", The Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic (EJASA), Vol. 3, No. 6, January 1992.#

38.  Kingsley, S.A., "Is your workstation hazardous to your health?", Compliance Engineering, Vol. 9, No. 2, Spring 1992, pp. 42-45.

39.  Kurmer, J.P., Kingsley, S.A., Laudo, J.S., and Krak, S.J., "Applicability of a novel distributed fiber optic acoustic sensor for
     leak detection", Proc. of SPIE's 1992 Boston Symposium, OE/FIBERS '92, Vol. 1797, Boston, Massachusetts, September 7-11, 1992.

40.  Kingsley, S.A., "The search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) in the optical spectrum: a review", Proc. of SPIE's Los Angeles Symposium,
     OE LASE '93, Vol. 1867, The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum, Los Angeles, California, January 21-22,
     1993, pp. 75-113.#

41.  Kingsley, S.A., "Amateur Optical SETI", Proc. of SPIE's Los Angeles Symposium, OE LASE '93, Vol. 1867, The Search for Extraterrestrial
     Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum, Los Angeles, California, January 21-22, 1993, pp. 178-208.#

42.  Kingsley, S.A. (Editor), Proc. of SPIE's Los Angeles Symposium, OE LASE '93, Vol. 1867, The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
     (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum, Los Angeles, California, January 21-22, 1993.#

43.  Latess, J. Sriram, S., and Kingsley, S.A., "Electrodeless Mach-Zehnder interferometers for sensing electromagnetic fields", HEART Conference,
     Orlando, Florida, February 1993.

44.  Kingsley, S.A., Sriram, S., Boyd, J.T., Naghski, D.H., and Latess, J., "Photonic electrode-less passive electric field sensor", Conference on
     Precision Electromagnetic Measurements, Boulder, Colorado, June 27-July 1, 1994.

45.  Naghski, D.H, Boyd, J.T., Jackson, H.E., Sriram, S., and Kingsley, S.A., "An integrated photonic Mach-Zehnder interferometer with no
     electrodes for sensing electric fields", Jour. Light. Tech., Vol. 12, No. 6., June 1994, pp. 1092-1098.

46.  Kingsley, S.A., "Design for an Optical SETI Observatory", 45th International Astronautical Conference, 23rd Review Meeting of the
     Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), SETI: Science and Technology, Jerusalem, 9-14 October 1994.#

47.  Kingsley, S.A., and Sriram, S., "Parallel Plate Integrated-Optic High-Voltage Sensor", Electronics Letters, 22nd June 1995, Vol. 31, No. 13,
     pp. 1096-1097.

48.  Anthony J. Servizzi, Joseph T. Boyd, S. Sriram, Stuart A. Kingsley, "Extraordinary-mode refractive-index change produced by the linear
     electro-optic effect in LiNbO3", Applied Optics, Vol. 34, No. 21, 20 July 1995, pp. 4248-4255.
49.  Kingsley, S.A., "The Columbus Optical SETI Observatory", Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, Commission 51 Symposium, Santa
     Cruz, August 16-20, 1993, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Vol. 74, pp. 387-396, 1995.#
50.  Kingsley, S.A., "A prototype Optical SETI observatory", Proc. of SPIE's 1996 Symposium on Lasers and Integrated Optoelectronics, Vol. 2704,
     Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum II, San Jose, California, January 27-February 2, 1996.#
51.  Kingsley, S.A., and Lemarchand, G. (Editors), "Proc. of SPIE's 1996 Symposium on Lasers and Integrated Optoelectronics, Vol. 2704,
     Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum II, San Jose, California, January 27-February 2, 1996.#

52.  Latess, J., Sriram. S., and Kingsley, S.A., "High-Power, Integrated Photonic, Electric Field Sensor", Proceedings of the 1997 Sensors and
     Electron Devices Symposium, University of Maryland, January 14-15, 1997, pp. 311-314.
53.  Kingsley, S.A., Tian, B., and Sriram, S., "Fiber Optic Links for EMC Emission Testing".  1999 issue of ITEM Magazine, pp. 70-78, 148.
54.  Kingsley, S.A., "Optical SETI Observatories in the New Millennium: A Review", Proc. of SPIE's 2001 Symposium on High-Power Lasers and
     Applications, Vol. 4273, Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence in  the Optical Spectrum III, San Jose, California, January 20-26, 2001,
     pp. 72-92#
55.  Ross, M., and Kingsley, S.A., "The PhotonStar Project", Proc. of  SPIE's 2001 Symposium on High-Power Lasers and Applications,
     Vol. 4273, Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence in the Optical Spectrum III, Sam Jose, California, January 20-26, 2001, pp. 110-118#
56.  Kingsley, S.A. and Bhathal, R. (Editors), Proc. of SPIE's 2001 Symposium on High-Power Lasers and Applications, Vol. 4273,
     Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence in the Optical Spectrum III, San Jose, California, January 20-26, 2001.#
57.  Kingsley, S.A., Sriram, S., Pollick, A, Caldwell, J., Pearce, F. and Sing, H., "Physiological Monitoring with High-Impedance Optical
     Electrodes (PhotrodesTM)", 23rd Annual Army Science Conference, December 2-5, 2002, Orlando FL.
58.  Kingsley, S.A., Sriram, S., Pollick, A., and Marsh S. “PhotrodeTM Optical Sensor for Electrophysiological Monitoring,” Aviation, Space, and
     Environmental Medicine, Vol. 74, No. 11, pp. 1215-1216, November 2003.
59.  Kingsley, S.A., et al, “Photrodes™ for physiological sensing,” SPIE Biomedical Optics 2004, San Jose, CA, January 2004.
60.  Kingsley, S.A., et al, "Sensitivity enhancements to photonic electric field sensor,” SPIE Defense & Security Symposium, Orlando, FL,
     12-16 April 2004.
61.  Kingsley, S.A., et al, “Revolutionary optical sensor for physiological monitoring in the battlefield,” SPIE Defense & Security Conference,
     Orlando, FL, 12-16, April 2004.
62.  Kingsley, S.A., et al, “Linearized Electro-Optic Directional Coupler Modulator in Stoichiometric Lithium Niobate,” SPIE Photonics for Space
     Environments IX, Symposium AM04, SPIE Optical Science and Technology 49th Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, 2-6 August 2004.
63.  Powers, P.E., Sriram, S., and Kingsley, S.A., “Nonlinear optical frequency conversion applied to remote sensing receiver systems,” SPIE Conference on
     Nonlinear Frequency Generation and Conversion: Materials, Devices, and Applications IV, San Jose, CA, 2005.
64.  Kingsley, S.A., Sriram, S, and Powers, P.E., “High-sensitivity 3 to 5 micron PPLN LADAR wavelength converter system,” Laser Radar Technology
     and Applications X,Proc. SPIE, Vol. 5791, pp. 262-272, 2005.
65.  Kingsley, S.A., et al, "Ultra high dynamic range optical intensity modulators for LADAR simulator scene generators,” SPIE Defense & Security
     Symposium, Orlando, FL, 28 March – 1 April 2005.

 

*    Reprinted in:
     Kao, C. K., (Editor), "Optical Fiber Technology, II", IEEE Press, 1980, pp. 226-237.

**   Reprinted in:
     Dakin, J., (Editor), "Distributed Fibre Optic Sensing", IFS Publications, Bedford, England, 1990, pp. 45-55.

***  Reprinted in:
     Dakin, J., (Editor), "Distributed Fibre Optic Sensing", IFS Publications, Bedford, England, 1990, pp. 147-151.

     "Taking The Strain", IEE News, No. 95, p. 5, October 6, 1994.  Forum, IEEE Spectrum, p. 6, April 1995.


     Optical SETI related materials are denoted by a "#".

 

#    For more information on Optical SETI and The Columbus Optical SETI Observatory see:

    COLUMBUS DISPATCH, November 18, 1990.
     SKEPTICAL INQUIRER, Volume 16, Number 1, Fall 1991.
     EJASA, Volume 3, Number 6, January 1992.
     EJASA, Volume 4, Number 3, October 1992.
     SKY & TELESCOPE, November 1992, p. 513.
     LASER FOCUS WORLD, November 1992, p. 5.
     PHOTONICS SPECTRA, December 1992, p. 10.
     OE REPORTS, December 1992, pp. 1 & 3.
     NEW SCIENTIST, December 12, 1992, p. 48.
     COLUMBUS MONTHLY, January 1993, pp. 77-80.
     EJASA, Volume 4, Number 6, January 1993.
     BIOASTRONOMY NEWS, Volume 5, Number 3, Summer 1993.
     BIOASTRONOMY NEWS, Volume 5, Number 4, Fall 1993.
     COLUMBUS DISPATCH, October 16, 1993.
     EJASA, Volume 5, Number 5, December 1993.
     SETI NEWS, Volume 3, Number 1, First Quarter 1994.
     COLUMBUS DISPATCH, July 24, 1994.
     SETIQuest, Volume 1, Number 1, Autumn 1994.
     SETI NEWS, Volume 3, Number 2, Third Quarter 1994.
     AD ASTRA, Volume, 6, Number 5, September/October 1994, pp. 46-47.
     THE OHIO JEWISH CHRONICLE, Volume 72, Number 41, October 6, 1994.
     PHOTONICS SPECTRA, October 1994, p. 192.
     OE REPORTS, No. 131, November 1994, p. 17.
     THE OHIO JEWISH CHRONICLE, Volume 72, Number 51, December 15, 1994.
     SETI NEWS, Volume 3, Number 3, Fourth Quarter 1994.
     BIG EAR TWO by John Kraus, Cygnus-Quasar Books, 1995, p. 300.
     SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER, February 5, 1995 (& AP Wire Service).
     THE (OSU) LANTERN, March 1, 1995, p. 6.
     SETIQuest, Volume 1, Number 2, Winter 1995.
     THE NEW YORK TIMES, Letters to the Editor, March 11, 1995, p. 16.
     ARE WE ALONE? by Paul Davies, Penguin Books, 1995, p. 94.
     THE TIMES HIGHER EDUCATIONAL SUPPLEMENT, March 17, 1995, p. 24.
     SETIQuest, Volume 1, Number 3, Spring 1995.
     BIOASTRONOMY NEWS, Volume 7, Number 2, Second Quarter 1995.
     SETIQuest, Volume 1, Number 4, Summer 1995.
     ASTRONOMY NOW, October 1995, pp. 43-45.
     THE UFO PHENOMENA, Edward Ashpole, Headline Book Publishing, 1995, pp. 190-196.
     SPACE NEWS, February 5-11, 1996, p. 10.
     SETI NEWS, Volume 5, Number 1, First Quarter 1996, p. 8.
     POPULAR SCIENCE, Volume 248, Number 5, May 1996, p. 41.
     ANALOG SCIENCE FICTION AND FACT, Volume CXVI, No. 7, June 1996, p. 64.
     THE BIOLOGICAL UNIVERSE by Steven J. Dick, 1996, p. 432 & 471.
     LASER FOCUS WORLD, July 1996, p. 99.
     STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT, David and Marshall Fisher, Counterpoint, 1998, p. 325 & 338.
     SKY & TELESCOPE, December 1998, pp. 44-48.
     THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH, January 31, 1999, p. 7B.
     BIOASTRONOMY NEWS, Volume 11, Number 1, First Quarter 1999.
     SKY & TELESCOPE, June 1999, P. 19.  (Encyclopedia Britannica Version)
     TAHDET JA AVARUUS (FINLAND), AUGUST 1999, pp. 24-25.
     SMITHSONIAN AIR & SPACE MAGAZINE, September 1999, pp. 72-77.
     SETI NEWS, Volume 8, Number 2, Third Quarter 1999.
     ASTRONOMY & GEOPHYSICS, February 2000, Vol. 41, Issue 1, pp. 1.25-1.26
     LANCASTER EAGLE GAZETTE, February 26, 2000, p. 3A.
     THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH, April 7, 2000, pp. 1A-2A.
     NEW SCIENTIST, April 1, 2000, pp. 48-49.
     ASTRONOMY NOW, December 2000, pp. 22-24.
     SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, December 2000, p. 110.
     TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT, December 22-29, 2000, p. 14.
     NRC HANDELSBLAD, December 30, 2000, p. 51.
     NEW SCIENTIST, January 6, 2001, pp. 30-32.
     THE STORY OF LIGHT, BEN BOVA, 2001, Chapter 21, p. 355-370.
     ASTRONOMY, September 2002, pp. 44-49.
     IEEE Spectrum, November 2006, pp. 7, 32-37.
     THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH, July 18, 2007, p. A1 & A4
     (a front-page Goodbye Columbus - farewell to Stuart).  
 

Patents:

  Patent Number Date Description
1 DE2335589 January 31, 1974 Kingsley, S.A., "Mit Hoeheren Frequenzen Arbeitende Entladungslampe".
  GB1,488,253 October 12, 1977 Davies, D.E.N., Kingsley, S.A., "Telecommunication system".
  GBX,XXX,XXX Same as 4 Kingsley, S.A., "Signal sensors".
2 US4,002,896 January 11, 1977 Davies, D.E.N., Kingsley, S.A., "Telecommunication system".
3 US4,236,243 November 25, 1980 Davies, D.E.N., Kingsley, S.A., "Telecommunication systems".
4 US4,319,186 March 9, 1982 Kingsley, S.A., "Signal sensors".
5 US4,408,354 October 4, 1983 Culshaw, B., Ball, P., Kingsley, S.A., Davies, D.E.N., "Signal transmission systems".
6 US5,052,820 October 1, 1991 McGinniss, V.D., Whitmore, Jr. R. S., Kingsley, S.A. "Thermal refractive materials for optical sensor application".
7 US5,267,336 November 30, 1993 Sriram, S., Kingsley, S.A., Boyd, J.T., "Electro-optical sensor for detecting electric fields".
8 US6,479,979 November 12, 2002 Kingsley, S.A., Sriram, S., Kleefstra, M., "Opto-electric device for measuring the root-mean-square value of an alternating current voltage".
9 US6,600,843 July 29, 2003 Sriram, S., Kingsley, S.A., "Optical modulator".
10 US6,724,179 April 20, 2004 Kingsley, S.A., Sriram, S., Kleefstra, M., "Opto-electric device for measuring the root-mean-square value of an alternating voltage".
11 US6,871,084 March 22, 2005 Kingsley, S.A., Sriram, S., Boiarski, A., Gants, N., "High-impedance optical electrode".
12 US7,447,534 November 4, 2008 Kingsley, S.A., Sriram, S., Boiarski, A., Gants, N., "Method and apparatus for measuring electro-physiological activity".

 

 

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