Energy-band theory of solids

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson and Paul Henriksen
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 16 March 1982
Location: 
Rockefeller University

Family background and early education, motivation and funding for college; math program at Stanford University, from 1928; physics studies at Calif

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson and Paul Henriksen
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 24 March 1981
Location: 
Rockefeller University

Family background and early education, motivation and funding for college; math program at Stanford University, from 1928; physics studies at Calif

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson and Paul Henriksen
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 27 January 1981
Location: 
Rockefeller University

Family background and early education, motivation and funding for college; math program at Stanford University, from 1928; physics studies at Calif

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson and Paul Henriksen
Interview date: 
Monday, 26 January 1981
Location: 
Rockefeller University

Family background and early education, motivation and funding for college; math program at Stanford University, from 1928; physics studies at Calif

Interviewed by: 
Questions dictated by Lillian Hoddeson in Urbana, Illinois
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 1 July 1981
Location: 
Replies dictated by Peierls in Oxford, England

Solid state physics in its early days in Arnold Sommerfeld’s and Werner Heisenberg’s groups, where Peierls was a student in the late 1920s.

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson and Paul Hoch
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 13 May 1981
Location: 
Oxford, England

Solid state physics in its early days in Arnold Sommerfeld’s and Werner Heisenberg’s groups, where Peierls was a student in the late 1920s.

Interviewed by: 
Alexei Kojevnikov
Interview date: 
Saturday, 5 August 2000
Location: 
Stanford University

Discusses his work in solid state physics, band theory, research relating anit-submarine warfare during World War II, physics in the Soviet Union,

Interviewed by: 
Kris Szymborski
Interview date: 
Thursday, 17 June 1982
Location: 
IBM San Jose Research Laboratory

Herman’s scientific career from his early education through a Ph.D. at Columbia University; research in the 1950s.

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