Family background and early education, motivation and funding for college; math program at Stanford University, from 1928; physics studies at Calif
The interview concerns Trump's work at the MIT Radiation Laboratory during World War II in his capacity as the secretary of the Microwave Committee
Interview covers Nordheim’s life and career to 1976. Topics include family background, education at Hamburg, Munich, and Gottingen (grad.
Work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory. Significant contributions to solid state physics.
Early life in Illinois; B.S. from Purdue University under Karl Lark-Horovitz, 1929-1933. Visit to Technische Hochschule in Karlsruhe.
This interview is primarily focused on Purcell's life and work at Harvard University, which includes a description of his life there as a graduate
Time in Copenhagen. Olah Bohr. Van Vlecks’ friendship. John Tate, editor of The American Physical Review. Francis Bitter.
On family physics connections. On The Submarine Signal Company sonar and radar work. On Britain during World War Two. On Charles Lindbergh.