Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Radiation Laboratory

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: 
Paul Henriksen
Interview date: 
Friday, 25 June 1982

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

Interviewed by: 
Bruce Wheaton
Interview date: 
Sunday, 24 July 1977
Location: 
La Jolla, California

Interview covers Nordheim’s life and career to 1976. Topics include family background, education at Hamburg, Munich, and Gottingen (grad.

Interviewed by: 
Paul Henriksen
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 29 June 1982

Work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory. Significant contributions to solid state physics.

Interviewed by: 
Katherine Sopka
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 14 June 1977
Location: 
Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Early life in Illinois; B.S. from Purdue University under Karl Lark-Horovitz, 1929-1933. Visit to Technische Hochschule in Karlsruhe.

Interviewed by: 
Katherine Sopka
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 8 June 1977
Location: 
Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Early life in Illinois; B.S. from Purdue University under Karl Lark-Horovitz, 1929-1933. Visit to Technische Hochschule in Karlsruhe.

Interviewed by: 
Katherine Sopka
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 23 November 1976
Location: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

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

Interviewed by: 
Ursula Pavlish
Interview date: 
Sunday, 22 April 2007
Location: 
Cadbury Commons Retirement Home, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Time in Copenhagen. Olah Bohr. Van Vlecks’ friendship. John Tate, editor of The American Physical Review. Francis Bitter.

Interviewed by: 
Ursula Pavlish
Interview date: 
Saturday, 4 November 2006
Location: 
Cadbury Commons Retirement Home, Cambridge, Massachusetts

On family physics connections. On The Submarine Signal Company sonar and radar work. On Britain during World War Two. On Charles Lindbergh.

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