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Kroll, Norman Myles 1922-
Oral History interview with Norman M. Kroll, 1986 June 28.
This interview discusses: Kroll's youth and education at Columbia University; his work at Columbia Radiation Laboratory and his studies with Lamb and Melman on magnetrons; his collaboration with W.E. Lamb on shift calculations; his comments on the work of Lamb, Schwinger, Feynman and Dyson in the late 1940s; particle physics in Kroll's career; his participation in JASON laser studies; his research on the interactions of laser beams with plasmas, on visible parametric oscillators and free electron lasers.
Norman Myles Kroll (1922-), Physicist. Education: Columbia University, A.B. (1942), A.M. (1943), Ph.D. (Physics, 1948). Professional experience: Columbia Univeristy, physics staff (1942-62), professor of physics (1943-62); University of California, San Diego, chemistry department (1962-); JASON (1960-). Research interests: non-linear optics, nuclear physics, magnetron design, particle theory.
Dyson, Freeman J.
Feynman, Richard P. (Richard Phillips), 1918-1988
Kroll, Norman Myles 1922-
Lamb, Willis E. (Willis Eugene), 1913-2008-
Melman, Seymour.
Schwinger, Julian, 1918-1994.
Columbia University.
Columbia University. Center for Integrated Science & Engineering.
JASON Defense Advisory Group
Lamb shift.
Lasers -- Research.
Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Aaserud, Finn interviewer.
American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA