Systematically recorded autobiographical highlights from childhood through research at Bell Laboratories in 1947-1948 culminating in the discovery
David Arch is a physicist who has worked primarily on solid-state devices for Honeywell in Minnesota.
Discusses his childhood and education in Illinois, undergrad and graduate work at Harvard; writing his thesis with Van Vleck; working at Bell Labor
Topics discussed include: family background, education at Harvard, Japan, interactions with Japanese physicists, Bell Labs, solid state physics, Mo
In this interview, Betsy Ancker-Johnson:, a solid state physicist, discusses such topics as: her family background and early education; her undergr
Amaldi emphasizes that his concerns were not solely directed to the development of nuclear and particle physics; he was also interested in the deve
Autobiographical highlights relevant to solid state physics history in France.