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Archival as SubjectPublished as Subject

Arthur Lodge

Dates

November 20, 1922 – June 24, 2005

Authorized Form of Name

Lodge, Arthur, S.

Additional Forms of Names

Lodge, A. S.

Lodge, Arthur, Scott

Biography

Abstract

Arthur S. Lodge was awarded the Bingham Medal of the Society of Rheology in 1971. Throughout his career, he held positions at the British Rayon Research Association, the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, and University of Wisconsin- Madison.

Important Dates

November 20, 1922Birth, Liverpool (England).

1945B.Sc in Mathematics, Oxford University, Oxford (England).

1948Ph.D in Theoretical Nuclear Physics, Oxford University, Oxford (England).

1949 – 1961Researcher, British Rayon Research Association.

1961 – 1965Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester (England).

1965 – 1991Visiting professor (1965-1966); Chair of the Rheology Research Center Executive Committee (1968-1991), University of Wisconsin- Madison, Madison (Wis.).

1971Awarded the Bingham Medal, Society of Rheology.

1973 – 1984Member, Working Party on “Structure and Properties of Commercial Polymers,” International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Macromolecular Division.

1981Founded the Bannatek Company, Inc., which manufactured stressmeters.

1983Awarded the Gold Medal, British Society of Rheology.

1992Member, U.S National Academy of Engineering.

June 24, 2005Death.

Occupation

Theoretical nuclear physicist and rheologist.

Places

Birth

Liverpool (England)

Undergraduate Education

Oxford (England)

Graduate Education

Oxford (England)

Employment

Manchester (England)

Madison (Wis.)

Subjects

Nuclear physics.

Polymer rheology.

Rheology.

Theoretical physics.

Relationships

People

Advisors & Collaborators

Weissenberg, K. (Karl)

Advisor.

Additional

Bird, R. Byron (Robert Byron), 1924-

Institutions

Major Positions

British Rayon Research Association

Researcher.

University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology

Faculty.

University of Wisconsin--Madison

Visiting professor, and Chair of the Rheology Research Center Executive Committee.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

British Society of Rheology.

Awarded the Gold Medal (1983).

International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry

Member, Working Party on “Structure and Properties of Commercial Polymers,” Macromolecular division.

National Academy of Engineering

Member.

Society of Rheology (U.S.)

Recipient of the Bingham Medal (1971).

University of Oxford. Department of Physics

Ph.D in Theoretical Nuclear Physics (1948).

University of Oxford. Mathematical Institute

B.Sc in Mathematics (1945).

Resources

Archival Resources

Subject

Oral history interview with Robert Byron Bird,2016 May 22 and 23.

Niels Bohr Library & Archives

American Institute of Physics

One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA

Published Resources

Subject

National Academy of Engineering memorial tribute for Arthur Scott Lodge.

Physics Today article, "Arthur Lodge named 1971 Bingham Medalist."

Physics Today article, "European rheologists honor Lodge with gold medal"