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Biography

AbstractImportant DatesOccupationPlacesSubjects

Relationships

PeopleInstitutions

Resources

Published as AuthorPublished as Subject

J. G. Dash

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Dates

June 28, 1923 – November 28, 2010

Authorized Form of Name

Dash, J. G., 1923-

Additional Forms of Names

Dash, J. G. (Jay Gregory), 1923-

Dash, J. G., 1923-2010

Dash, Jay Gregory

Biography

Abstract

J. Gregory Dash was a Professor of Physics at the University of Washington, Seattle (1960-2010). Other institutional affiliations included Los Alamos National Laboratory as a staff member and Columbia University (PhD).

Important Dates

June 28, 1923Birth, New York (N.Y.).

1944Obtained B.S., City College of New York, New York (N.Y.).

1949Obtained A.M., Columbia University, New York (N.Y.).

1951Obtained Ph.D. in Physics, Columbia University, New York (N.Y.).

1951 – 1960Staff Member, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos (N.M.).

1960 – 2010Acting Associate Professor of Physics (1960-1961); Associate Professor of Physics (1961-1963); Professor of Physics (1963-2003); and Emeritus Professor of Physics (2003-2010), University of Washington, Seattle (Wash.).

1961 – 1964Consultant, Boeing Company.

1974 – 1975Louis Susman Visiting Professor, Technion.

1976 – 1980Member, Advisory Committee, National Science Foundation.

1977 – 1978Exchange Professor, Aix-Marseille Université.

1979Director, Advanced Study Institute, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

1985Awarded Davisson-Germer Prize in Atomic or Surface Physics, American Physical Society.

1997Director, Advanced Study Institute, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

November 28, 2010Death.

Occupation

Applied physicist.

Places

Birth

New York (N.Y.)

Undergraduate Education

New York (N.Y.)

Graduate Education

New York (N.Y.)

New York (N.Y.)

Employment

Los Alamos (N.M.)

Seattle (Wash.)

Subjects

Engineering physics.

Thermal physics

Relationships

People

Colleagues

Adelberger, Eric G.

Both employed at University of Washington.

Agnew, Harold M.

Both employed at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.

Bardeen, James Maxwell, 1939-

Both employed at University of Washington.

Bertsch, George F.

Both employed at University of Washington.

Bradbury, Norris, 1909-1997

Both employed at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.

Dehmelt, Hans

Both employed at University of Washington.

Fortson, E. Norval

Both employed at University of Washington.

Gabrielse, Gerald

Both employed at University of Washington.

Haxton, Wick C.

Both employed at University of Washington.

Henley, Ernest M.

Both employed at University of Washington.

Knapp, Edward A.

Both employed at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.

Neddermeyer, Seth H. (Seth Henry), 1907-1988

Both employed at University of Washington.

Nelson, Ann E. (Ann Elizabeth)

Both employed at University of Washington.

Reines, Frederick, 1918-1998

Both employed at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.

Robertson, R. G. Hamish, 1943-

Both employed at University of Washington.

Rosenbluth, M. N.

Both employed at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.

Stubbs, Christopher

Both employed at University of Washington.

Teller, Edward, 1908-2003

Both employed at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.

Thouless, D. J.

Both employed at University of Washington.

Ulam, Stanislaw M.

Both employed at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.

Wineland, David J.

Both employed at University of Washington.

Institutions

Major Positions

Aix-Marseille Université

Exchange Professor.

Boeing Company

Consultant.

Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory

Staff Member.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Director, Advanced Study Institute.

Tekhniyon, Makhon tekhnologi le-Yisra'el. Fakultah le-fisikah

Louis Susman Visiting Professor.

University of Washington. Department of Physics

Acting Associate Professor of Physics; Associate Professor of Physics; Professor of Physics; and Emeritus Professor of Physics.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

American Physical Society

Received 1985 Davisson-Germer Prize in Atomic or Surface Physics.

College of the City of New York (1926-1961). City College. Physics Department

Received B.S.

Columbia University. Department of Physics

Received AM and Ph.D. in 1951.

National Science Foundation (U.S.)

Member, Advisory Committee.

Resources

Published Resources

Author

Heat motion in matter

Subject

Jay Gregory Dash Physics Today obituary.