Solid state physics

Interviewed by: 
Andy Morrison
Interview date: 
Thursday, 7 June 2007
Location: 
Salt Lake City, Utah

In this interview Thomas Rossing discusses topics such as: his childhood; undergraduate work at Luther College; graduate work at Iowa State Univers

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson
Interview date: 
Thursday, 10 July 1975
Location: 
Belle Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey

Grisdale's years at Bell Laboratories from 1930.

Interviewed by: 
George Wise
Interview dates: 
March 1 and 2, 1977

Deals mainly with his career at General Electric Company in Schenectady, NY.

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson
Interview date: 
Saturday, 21 August 1976
Location: 
Montecito, California

Family background and early education; University of Oklahoma; graduate work and electrical engineering at California Institute of Technology.

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson
Interview date: 
Friday, 27 August 1976
Location: 
Cory Hall, University of California, Berkeley

Testing klystrons at Wright Field for blind landing, at request of Wilmer L.

Interviewed by: 
Patrick McCray
Interview date: 
Thursday, 23 March 2006
Location: 
University of California, Santa Barbara

Interview done with solid-state physicist and former DARPA manager Stuart A. Wolf.

Interviewed by: 
Stephen T. Keith
Interview date: 
Thursday, 2 July 1981
Location: 
Imperial College

Education including time as a student working with E. C.

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson, Gordon Baym, and Frederick Seitz
Interview date: 
Saturday, 24 January 1981
Location: 
New Yorker Hotel

Scientific background in solid state physics; early work in group theory; work in solid state with Frederick Seitz.

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson
Interview date: 
Thursday, 30 September 1976
Location: 
Bell Laboratories

Family background and early education; studying chemistry at Occidental College.

Interviewed by: 
Kris Syzmborski
Interview date: 
Friday, 18 June 1982

Scientific biography of Wannier with focus on his collaboration with Eugene Wigner and development of "Wannier functions."

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