Saad Hebboul



Saad Eddine Hebboul is an Algerian-American scientist who likes to compose instrumental music at home during his spare time. His modest home studio is located in Long Island, New York, where he is currently a full-time member of the editorial staff of Physical Review Letters, which is a world-leading science journal. Before moving to Long Island in January 1999, he spent 10 years doing research in superconductivity, and few months teaching Physics, at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. He entered the United States with the support of an Algerian scholarship many years earlier, in October 1976, few months after graduating from High School in Algiers, Algeria. After spending 8 months learning English as a Second Language at Davis and Elkins College in West Virginia, he joined Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, in the fall of 1977 and obtained a B. S. in Physics from there 4 years later, in 1981. He then enrolled in graduate school and, in June 1988, he obtained a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

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