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An interview with Nobel laureate Roy Glauber, Physics 2005


An interview with Nobel laureate Roy Glauber, Physics 2005

June 26th, 2009

Summary June 26th, 2009

The field of quantum optics rests on the work of Roy Glauber, who helped elucidate the nature of light as both particles and waves. In this candid interview, the Nobel prize-winning physicist shares his thoughts about this strange and unintuitive behavior of light, balancing fatherhood with an academic career, and working at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he shockingly learned that he was helping to build The Bomb.


Roy Glauber Nobel Laureate Quantum Optics Nature Of Light Particles And Waves Experiments Nobel Prize In Physics Optical Coherence Laser-based Precision Spectroscopy Los Alamos National Laboratory The Bomb Julian Schwinger Robert Oppenheimer Marriage Social Upheaval
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