B.E.E., Engineering, The Catholic University of America, 1949
M.S., Physics, The Catholic University of America, 1953
Ph.D., Physics, The Catholic University of America, 1958
Dr. Meister's research interests include elastic and anelastic properties of liquids and solids, magnetic resonance, and the effect of ELF and microwaves on biological cells. Theses studies were carried out with support from ONR, NRL, NSF, NASA, Geological Survey, and the Army.
T. Litovitz, et. al. "Bioeffects Introduced by Exposure to Microwaves are Mitigated by Superposition of ELF Noise." Bioelectromagentics. Pp. 422 _ 430, Vol. 18, 1997.
S. Chin and R. Meister. "Effect of Signal Modulation on Cell Response: A Signal Processing Approach." IASTED International Conference Modeling and Simulation, 1995.