In this interview, Frederick Seitz discusses his administrative and advisory work.
Family background and early education, motivation and funding for college; math program at Stanford University, from 1928; physics studies at Calif
Topics discussed include: Raymond Sears' family background; early interests in science; his work at Bell Telephone Laboratories; surface physics; W
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
Work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory. Significant contributions to solid state physics.
The establishment of the solid state group at the University of California, Berkeley, at the beginning of the 1950s (Charles Kittel).