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== Biography  ==
 
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Richard J. Gambino received the 1992 [[IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award|IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award]], along with Praveen Chaudari and [[Jerome J. Cuomo|Jerome J. Cuomo]], for their "discovery of amorphous magnetic films used in magneto-optic data storage systems."  
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Richard J. Gambino received the 1992 [[IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award|IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award]], along with [[Praveen Chaudhari]] and [[Jerome J. Cuomo|Jerome J. Cuomo]], for their "discovery of amorphous magnetic films used in magneto-optic data storage systems."  
  
 
He earned his B.S. in chemistry from the University of Connecticut (1957) and his M.S. from the Polytechnic Institute of New York (1976). In 1961, he joined IBM Research, and eventually became the Manager of Amorphous Magnetism and Visiting Scientist at the Zurich Research Laboratory. In 1993, Gambino joined the faculty of Stony Brook University, where his research focused on materials for electronics and for sensor applications including magnetic, temperature and strain sensors. He is the author of 160 publications, and holds over 40 patents.  
 
He earned his B.S. in chemistry from the University of Connecticut (1957) and his M.S. from the Polytechnic Institute of New York (1976). In 1961, he joined IBM Research, and eventually became the Manager of Amorphous Magnetism and Visiting Scientist at the Zurich Research Laboratory. In 1993, Gambino joined the faculty of Stony Brook University, where his research focused on materials for electronics and for sensor applications including magnetic, temperature and strain sensors. He is the author of 160 publications, and holds over 40 patents.  
  
 
In addition to the Liebmann Award, Gambino received the National Medal of Technology from Bill Clinton in 1995. The National Academy of Engineering elected Gambino to join in 2005.
 
In addition to the Liebmann Award, Gambino received the National Medal of Technology from Bill Clinton in 1995. The National Academy of Engineering elected Gambino to join in 2005.
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Biography

Richard J. Gambino received the 1992 IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award, along with Praveen Chaudhari and Jerome J. Cuomo, for their "discovery of amorphous magnetic films used in magneto-optic data storage systems."

He earned his B.S. in chemistry from the University of Connecticut (1957) and his M.S. from the Polytechnic Institute of New York (1976). In 1961, he joined IBM Research, and eventually became the Manager of Amorphous Magnetism and Visiting Scientist at the Zurich Research Laboratory. In 1993, Gambino joined the faculty of Stony Brook University, where his research focused on materials for electronics and for sensor applications including magnetic, temperature and strain sensors. He is the author of 160 publications, and holds over 40 patents.

In addition to the Liebmann Award, Gambino received the National Medal of Technology from Bill Clinton in 1995. The National Academy of Engineering elected Gambino to join in 2005.

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