Inducted 2007 - Academics
- Doug is an associate professor of Physics and Engineering Physics at the U. of S., where he earned his PhD.
- His thesis involved aspects of a technique used to get ozone information from the Optical Spectograph and the InfaRed Imager System instrument (OSIRIS).
- He was awarded the U. of S. Students' Union Teaching Excellence Award in 2002 recognizing enthusiasm, organization and fairness of evaluation in teaching.
- Doug has chaired and participated in several important committees:
- Co-principal investigator of OSIRIS, the Canadian built content of ODIN, an International satellite project attempting to map both outer space and the earth's atmosphere
- Chair of the Division of Aeronomy and Space Physics (DASP), Canadian Association
- Coordinator of the "Third Annual Limb Scatter Workshop" in Montreal, 2006, which included scientists from Germany, U.S.A., Sweden, Finland and France
- Presented a variety of papers related to the OSIRIS measurement and interpretations at American and European Geophysical Union meetings and at Quadrennial Ozone Symposiums
- The work Doug has done with OSIRIS has helped to improve measurement and study of the phenomena of ozone depletion.