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Armstrong, J. A. (John A)
Oral history interview with John A. Armstrong, 1984 October 17.
The work of the Bloembergen group on nonlinear optics; Armstrong's research program at IBM Watson Laboratory from 1963 to about 1967; photon statistics, of pulse propagation, other researches. The IBM Watson Laboratory as a research environment. Engineering science vis-a-vis physics in the treatment of laser oscillators. Reflections on the fruitfulness of different types of scientific problems. Also prominently mentioned are: Nicolaas Bloembergen, Eric Courtens, Anthony John DeMaria, Robert Henry Dicke, Jacques Ducuing, Charles Geoffrey Blythe Garrett, Joe Geusic, Joseph Anthony Giordmaine, Erwin Louis Hahn, Robert Willis Hellwarth, Kaiser, Rolf William Landauer, Gordon Lasher, Peter Persham, Arthur Leonard Schawlow, Eric Schultz-Dubois, Jay W. Shelton, Archie Smith, Peter P. Sorokin, Van der Pohl, Lee Wilcox; Bell Telephone Laboratories, and Harvard College.
Armstrong, J. A. (John A)
Sorokin, Peter P.
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Bolt, Beranek, and Newman
Harvard University.
International Business Machines Corporation
Science and industry
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Bloembergen, N.
Courtens, Eric.
DeMaria, Anthony John.
Dicke, Robert H. (Robert Henry)
Ducuing, Jacques.
Garrett, Charles Geoffrey Blythe.
Geusic, Joe.
Giordmaine, Joseph Anthony.
Hahn, E. L. (Erwin Louis), 1921-
Schawlow, Arthur L., 1921-1999
Lasher, Gordon, 1926-
Pol, Balthasar van der, 1889-1959.
Pershan, Peter.
Landauer, Rolf William, 1927-1999.
Hellworth, Robert Willis.
Schultz-Dubois, Eric.
Shelton, Jay W.
Smith, Archie.
Wilcox, Lee.
Thomas J. Watson IBM Research Center.
Bromberg, Joan Lisa. interviewer.
American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA