Elizabeth Paris interviews Wolfgang Panofsky, Director of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center from 1961 to 1984.
In this interview Marvin "Murph" Goldberger discusses topics such as: Richard Garwin, University of Chicago, Enrico Fermi, Los Alamos Scientific La
Family background, early education, and science-technology interests in California and Oregon; Willamette College and radio electronics; contacts w
The origins of JASON are discussed in session three; "Project 137;" importance and place of defense work in science; contacts between JASON members
Origins of and affiliation with JASON; introduction to practical applications of physics through contact with Marvin Goldberger, Keith Brueckner, a
<p>Then, the project finally got authorized in 1961 — but again after a rather amusing set of coincidences.
Family background and childhood in Germany, 1919-1934; emigration to U.S. and undergraduate study and life at Princeton University, 1934-1938.
Brief interview focused on secrecy in the 1940s.