Superconductivity

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 17 October 1967
Location: 
Boulder, Colorado

In this interview, Edward Uhler Condon discusses topics such as: his family background; early education; influence of high school physics teacher,

Interviewed by: 
Lillian Hoddeson
Interview dates: 
March 31 and June 5, 1981
Location: 
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

Education, decision to go into physics.

Interviewed by: 
Maurice Wilkins
Interview date: 
Monday, 7 July 1986

Relation of the individual to the whole; California Institute of Technology (1939-1940); negative experience at Caltech; interest in Chinese and Ja

Interviewed by: 
P. Coleman, P. Chandra and S. Sondhi
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 29 May 2002

Anderson discusses his interest in Complexity and Physics of Information; the Santa Fe Institute; his doubts about DCS theory of superconductivity

Interviewed by: 
P. Coleman, P. Chandra, and S. Sondhi
Interview date: 
Friday, 22 March 2002

Covers the gradual move from Bell Labs to Princeton, at first part time then full; discusses work on spin glass problem and ramifications for optim

Interviewed by: 
P. Chandra, P. Coleman, and S. Sondhi
Interview date: 
Friday, 8 March 2002

Anderson discusses the theory of superfluid Helium-3; recalls germination of the idea and eventual publication of "More is Different"; reviews work

Interviewed by: 
P. Chandra, P. Coleman and S. Sondhi
Interview dates: 
October 15, October 29, and November 5, 1999

Interview focuses briefly on personal details of Philip Anderson's life and almost exclusively on technical aspects of Anderson's research.

Interviewed by: 
Alexei Kojevnikov
Interview date: 
Thursday, 29 June 2000
Location: 
Princeton University

Discusses his childhood and education in Illinois, undergrad and graduate work at Harvard; writing his thesis with Van Vleck; working at Bell Labor

Interviewed by: 
Alexei Kojevnikov
Interview date: 
Tuesday, 23 November 1999
Location: 
Princeton Physics Department Building

Discusses his childhood and education in Illinois, undergrad and graduate work at Harvard; writing his thesis with Van Vleck; working at Bell Labor

Interviewed by: 
Alexei Kojevnikov
Interview date: 
Sunday, 30 May 1999
Location: 
Princeton Physics Department Building

Discusses his childhood and education in Illinois, undergrad and graduate work at Harvard; writing his thesis with Van Vleck; working at Bell Labor

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