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Cutler, Leonard S.
Oral history interview with Leonard Cutler, 2006 January 18.
Dr. Cutler briefly discusses his family and educational background and early career; describes in more detail his career at Hewlett Packard beginning in 1957, including information on research, management and funding.
Leonard S. Cutler (1928-2006), a leading authority on atomic timekeeping and quantum-mechanical effects. He earned his BS (1958), MS (1960), and Ph.D (1966) in Physics from Stanford University while working at neighboring Hewlett-Packard Laboratories. He spent his entire career at Hewlett-Packard and, later, at Agilent Labs, an HP spin-off. His research included atomic frequency standards; designing atomic chronometers; noise theory; quantum electronics; atomic beam work; lasers; magnetic bubble memories; disc memories; superconductivity.
Cutler, Leonard S.
Agilent Technologies
Hewlett-Packard Company
Hewlett-Packard Company -- Research.
Physics -- Industrial applications.
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