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Stanley G. Wojcicki

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Dates

March 30, 1937 – present

Authorized Form of Name

Wojcicki, Stanley G., 1937-

Biography

Abstract

Stanley Wojcicki is Professor Emeritus at Stanford University (2010-present). His research interests include experimental particle physics, high energy physics and neutrino oscillations.

Important Dates

March 30, 1937Birth, Warsaw (Poland).

1957Obtained AB, Harvard University, Cambridge (Mass.).

1961Obtained PhD in Physics, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley (Calif.).

1961 – 1964Physicist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

1964National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellow, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).

1964National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellow, Collège de France.

1965Physicist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

1966 – presentAssistant Professor of Physics (1966-1968); Associate Professor of Physics (1968-1974); Professor of Physics (1974-2016); Chair, Department of Physics (1982-1985 and 2004-2007); and Professor Emeritus (2010-present), Stanford University, Stanford (Calif.).

1969 – 1970Member, Users' Executive Committee, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

1971Fellow, American Physical Society.

1972 – 1974Member (1972-1974) and Chair (1974), Program Advisory Committee, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

1973 – 1974Guggenheim Fellow, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).

1977 – 1978Member, Program Advisory Committee, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC).

1978 – 1980Member, Users' Executive Committee, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

1978 – 1980Member, High Energy Visiting Committee, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

1979 – 1981Chair, Experimental Program Advisory Committee, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC).

1980 – 1981Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Senior Scientist, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).

1982 – 1984Member, Visiting Committee, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

1982 – 1985Member, Board of Trustees, Associated Universities, Inc.

1983Chair, Subpanel on New Facilities, High Energy Physics Advisory Panel, United States Department of Energy.

1984Member, Board of Overseers, Superconducting Super Collider.

1984 – 1989Deputy Director, Central Design Group, Superconducting Super Collider.

1985 – 1991Member, Council (1985-1989); Member, Executive Committee, Division of Particles and Fields (1990-1991); Member, Council (1990-1992); and Member, Executive Board (1991), American Physical Society.

1985 – 1996Member (1985-1989) and Chair (1990-1996), High Energy Physics Advisory Panel, United States Department of Energy.

1986 – 1991Member (1986-1991) and Chair (1989-1990), Advisory Committee for Physics, National Science Foundation.

1987 – 1989Member, Program Advisory Committee, Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF).

1988Member, NAS-NAE Site Selection Committee, Superconducting Super Collider.

1991 – 1992Member, Task Force on Energy Research Priorities, Advisory Board to the Secretary, United States Department of Energy.

1992 – 1996Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, National Institute for Nuclear and High Energy Physics (NIKHEF), Amsterdam.

1993Visiting Scientist, Superconducting Super Collider.

1996 – 1997Visiting Scientist, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

1999 – 2003Visiting Scientist, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

2001 – 2003Member, International Committee for Future Accelerators.

2002Chair, Division of Particles and Fields, American Physical Society.

2003Member, High Energy Physics Advisory Panel, United States Department of Energy.

Occupation

Particle physicist.

Places

Birth

Warsaw (Poland)

Undergraduate Education

Cambridge (Mass.)

Graduate Education

Berkeley (Calif.)

Employment

Stanford (Calif.)

Subjects

Neutrinos.

Particles (Nuclear physics).

Relationships

People

Advisors & Collaborators

Alvarez, Luis W., 1911-1988

PhD advisor at University of California, Berkeley, "Pion-hyperon Resonances."

Good, Myron Lindsay

PhD advisor at University of California, Berkeley.

Ticho, Harold Klein, 1921-

PhD advisor at University of California, Berkeley.

Colleagues

Adelberger, Eric G.

Both employed at Stanford University.

Bardeen, William A.

Both employed at Stanford University.

Beasley, Malcolm

Both employed at Stanford University.

Bjorken, James D.

Both employed at Stanford University.

Bloch, Felix, 1905-

Both employed at Stanford University.

Bucksbaum, Philip H.

Both employed at Stanford University.

Burchat, P. (Patricia)

Both employed at Stanford University.

Cabrera, Blas

Both employed at Stanford University.

Cohen, Marvin L.

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Diamond, R. M.

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Dorfan, Jonathan

Both employed at Stanford University.

Fairbank, William Martin, 1917-1989

Both employed at Stanford University.

Fetter, Alexander L., 1937-

Both employed at Stanford University.

Freedman, Stuart J.

Both employed at Stanford University.

Furth, H. P.

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Greene, Christopher Henry

Both employed at Stanford University.

Grunder, Hermann

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Hänsch, T. W. (Theo W.), 1941-

Both employed at Stanford University.

Hofstadter, Robert, 1915-1990

Both employed at Stanford University.

Kahn, Steven Michael

Both employed at Stanford University.

Kivelson, Steven

Both employed at Stanford University.

Laughlin, Robert B.

Both employed at Stanford University.

Linde, A. D.

Both employed at Stanford University.

McMillan, Edwin M. (Edwin Mattison), 1907-

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Meyerhof, Walter E. (Walter Ernst), 1922-

Both employed at Stanford University.

Nelson, Ann E. (Ann Elizabeth)

Both employed at Stanford University.

Osheroff, Douglas D.

Both employed at Stanford University.

Rosenfeld, Arthur H., 1926-

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Schawlow, Arthur L., 1921-1999

Both employed at Stanford University.

Schiff, Leonard I. (Leonard Isaac), 1915-1971

Both employed at Stanford University.

Schwartz, Melvin, 1932-2006

Both employed at Stanford University.

Sessler, A. M. (Andrew Marienhoff)

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Smith, Neville, 1942-2006

Both employed at Stanford University.

Sprouse, Gene D.

Both employed at Stanford University.

Stephens, F. S. (Frank Samuel)

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Susskind, Leonard

Both employed at Stanford University.

Taylor, Richard Edward, 1929-2018

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Trilling, George H.

Both employed at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

Turner, Michael Stanley

Both employed at Stanford University.

Walecka, John Dirk, 1932-

Both employed at Stanford University.

White, Robert M., 1938-

Both employed at Stanford University.

Wieman, C. E. (Carl Edwin)

Both employed at Stanford University.

Will, Clifford M., 1946-

Both employed at Stanford University.

Institutions

Major Positions

European Organization for Nuclear Research

National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellow; Guggenheim Fellow; and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Senior Scientist.

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory

Physicist (Berkeley campus).

Stanford University. Department of Physics

Assistant Professor of Physics; Associate Professor of Physics; Professor of Physics; Department Chair; and Emeritus Professor.

Superconducting Super Collider Laboratory

Deputy Director, Central Design Group; Visiting Scientist; Member, Board of Overseers; and Member, NAS-NAE Site Selection Committee.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

American Physical Society

Fellow; Member, Council; Member, Executive Committee, Division of Particles and Fields; Member, Executive Board; and Chair, Division of Particles and Fields.

Associated Universities, Inc.

Member, Board of Trustees.

Collège de France

National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellow.

Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility

Member, Program Advisory Committee.

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Visiting Scientist; Member, Users' Executive Committee; Member and Chair, Program Advisory Committee; and Member, Visiting Committee.

Harvard University. Department of Physics

Obtained AB (1957).

International Committee for Future Accelerators

Member.

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

Member, High Energy Visiting Committee.

Nationaal Instituut voor Kernfysica en Hoge-Energiefysica (Netherlands)

Member, Scientific Advisory Committee.

National Science Foundation (U.S.)

Member and Chair, Advisory Committee for Physics.

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Member, Program Advisory Committee and Chair, Experimental Program Advisory Committee.

United States. Department of Energy

Chair, Subpanel on New Facilities, High Energy Physics Advisory Panel; Member and Chair, High Energy Physics Advisory Panel; and Member, Task Force on Energy Research Priorities, Advisory to the Secretary.

University of California, Berkeley. Department of Physics

Obtained PhD in Physics (1961).

Resources

Archival Resources

Author

History of MURA [Midwestern Universities Research Association], Fermilab and the SSC [Superconducting Super Collider] [sound recording], 2009 May 4.

Niels Bohr Library & Archives

American Institute of Physics

One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA

Oral history interviews. High-Energy Physics. Selected Experiments: BNL-E-791: Study of Very Rare K-Long Decays, 1990-1991.

Niels Bohr Library & Archives

American Institute of Physics

One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA

Working with Luis Alvarez (1911-1988) [sound recording], 2011 May 3.

Niels Bohr Library & Archives

American Institute of Physics

One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA