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Education, decision to go into physics. Environment at the University of California, Berkeley in early 1950s, especially Charles Kittel's group; Charles Overhauser, et. al. At Berkeley as a graduate student after Charles Kittel's arrival, 1950, Kittel's development of the department (after the loyalty oath); focus on solid state physics, mainly resonance physics (ferromagnetic resonance, cyclotron resonance); University of Chicago and Berkeley relationship. Cohen at Chicago's Institute for the Study of Metals, from 1952.
The establishment of the solid state group at the University of California, Berkeley, at the beginning of the 1950s (Charles Kittel). Kittel's style of work; electron spin resonance of color centers Kip-Kittel-Levy-Portis paper; Portis' work at the University of Pittsburgh; Dresselhaus-Kip-Kittel paper on the cyclotron resonance in semiconductors; Portis back at Berkeley working on antiferromagnetic resonance.