Harvard University to Bell Laboratories in 1925 seeking job as chemist, ending up in the General Methods and Audits Department for five years; Publ
Hill's connections with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory during World War II.
Discusses his work in solid state physics, band theory, research relating anit-submarine warfare during World War II, physics in the Soviet Union,
Herman’s scientific career from his early education through a Ph.D. at Columbia University; research in the 1950s.
Childhood influences of father and teacher on career decision; childhood experiences as radio amateur.
Family background, early education with Carlo Perrier in chemistry and physics at Università di Genova; theoretical inclinations, study abroad, imp
Background of Gell-Mann-Brueckner theory of interacting electron gas.
Born 1910 Rhode Island.
Early education at Università di Pavia and Collegio Ghislieri; political involvement in the post-liberation years; experience in Holland (Utrecht a