Faculty & Staff Directory
- Associate Research Professor
- Resident at the US Naval Research Laboratory
PhD, Physics, University of Maryland, College Park, (2011)
BS, Physics & Mathematics, University of Idaho, (2005)
Dr. Johnson is a research professor, resident at the US Naval Research Laboratory.
Dr. Johnson splits his research focus between studying gamma-ray pulsars using data from the Large Area Telescope onboard NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope and mapping and understanding naturally occurring background radiation in various environments.
Currently working with:
- Dr. Mark S. Strickman (GMU)
- US Naval Research Laboratory
- T. J. Johnson et al., 2018. A Luminous and Highly Variable Gamma-Ray Flare Following the 2017 Periastron of PSR B1259-63/LS 2883. The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 863, p 27.
- T. J. Johnson et al., 2015. Discovery of Gamma-ray Pulsations from the Transitional Redback PSR J1227-4853. The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 806, p. 91.
- T. J. Johnson et al., 2014. Constraints on the Emission Geometries and Spin Evolution of Gamma-ray Millisecond Pulsars. The Astrophysical Journal Supplements, vol. 313, p. 6.
- T. J. Johnson et al., 2013. Broadband Pulsations from PSR B1821-24: Implications for Emission Models and the Pulsar Population of M28. The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 778, p. 106.
- NRC/ASEE Postdoctoral Research Publication Award, 2014