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         Physicists:     more books (100)
  1. From Falling Bodies to Radio Waves: Classical Physicists and Their Discoveries by Emilio Segre, 2007-05-11
  2. The Eagle's Quest: A Physicist Finds the Scientific Truth at the Heart of the Shamanic World by Fred Alan Wolf, 1992-12-01
  3. Electronics for the Physicist by C F G Delaney, 0000
  4. Electronics for the Physicist with Applications by C.F.G. Delaney, 1980-06-11
  5. Mathematics for Physicists by Susan M. Lea, 2004
  6. Education of a Physicist by Sanborn C. Brown, 1968-08-15
  7. Great Solid State Physicists of the 20th Century
  8. Galileo: Astronomer and Physicist by Paul Hightower, 2001-10
  9. The Particle Garden: Our Universe As Understood by Particle Physicists (Helix Books) by Gordon L. Kane, 1996-07
  10. Statistics for Nuclear and Particle Physicists by Louis Lyons, 1989-04-28
  11. The Privilege of Being a Physicist by Victor F. Weisskopf, 1990-01
  12. Electronics for the Physicist by C. F. G. dELANEY, 1969
  13. Applied mathematics for engineers and physicists, by Louis Albert Pipes, 1946
  14. Lie Groups for Physicists by Robert Hermann, 1966-06

101. [ European Physical Society ]
Founded in 1968, the EPS is an organization of more than 80000 European physicists.
Sunday 06 June 2004 EPS invites your feedback
The EPS wishes to examine how we can better serve the community of physicists working in applied research. In particular for companies that use physics research we wish to consider providing activities and/or services that would be of value. We need your cooperation and invite your views through this questionnaire 13th General Meeting of the
European Physical Society

11-15 July 2005 Bern, Switzerland

will be a high point in the World Year of Physics, WYP2005, i.e., the celebration of the centennial of Einstein’s annus mirabilis 1905.
EPS-QEOD Europhoton Conference "Solid-State and Fiber Light Sou rces" Lausanne Switzerland August 29 - September

102. Physics And The African Diaspora
Fifth International Bouchet Conference (with session on Applied Mathematics). Who are the BLACK physicists? The first African American physicists!
J. McKeen Cattell (1913), owner and editor of Science "There is not a single mulatto who has done creditable scientific work." In Mathematicians of the African Diaspora we presented excellent data to the contrary. Here we extend that material. Fifth International Bouchet Conference (with session on Applied Mathematics) Who are the BLACK PHYSICISTS Who are the BLACK ASTRONOMERS ... on African Americans in Math and Science SPECIAL ARTICLES Media's Belated Discovery of Black Science Experts A History of Black Researchers in Science: Can History Predict the Future? Black Physicist Fired NOVA interview with Sylvester James Gates VISITORS since opening 5/27/1997 THE AFRICAN DIASPORA and PHYSICS COMPUTER SCIENCE MATHEMATICS SEARCH the site CONTACT

103. Who Are The Black Physicists?
Who are the Black physicists? Performance on the athletic field is easy to assess. The physicists 100 (click on links below for more). Sylvester J. Gates.
Who are the Black Physicists? "Performance on the athletic field is easy to assess. A basketball goes in a hoop or it doesn't. In areas where performance is not based on the subjective interpretation of observers, African-Americans excel."
Sylvester Gates, University of Maryland Toll Professor of physics, in a Chemical and Engineering News feature story (July 21, 1998) about the challenges of fairly assessing academic talent in a not-yet-colorblind world.
(L-R) Harry L. Morrison, Julius Taylor, and Ron Mickens
at CAARMS Physicists (below) (click) The first
African American Physicists
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RECENT DEATHS Posters and Exihibiton: African Americans in Space Science The Physicists
(click on links below for more)
Sylvester J. Gates
Shirley A. Jackson
Arthur B. C. Walker Olusegun A. Adeyemi George Alcorn Francis K. A. Allotey - received the Prince Philip Gold Medal Award for his Soft X-Ray Spectroscopy known as "Allotey Formalism" Oluseguna Adeyemi Rutherford H. Atkins

104. American College Of Medical Physics
An organization devoted exclusively to the professional activities of medical physicists.
American College
Medical Physics
ACMP Home ACMP Information Membership Publications ... Links ACMP
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fax: 703-435-4390 Executive Director
Laureen Rowland
Jeff Fairbanks, PhD
ACMP 2003 Annual Meeting Presentations
Tomotherapy, IMRT, MQSA, Full-field digital mammography, ACR accreditation for CT and MRI, Ultrasound physics, Professional medical physics issues, Medical physicist qualifications, Legal issues, Ethics in practice, TG-43 review, and more . . . Get 40 presentations from the annual meeting, downloadable here NEW: ACMP 2004 Annual Meeting Exhibitor/Sponsor Prospectus Now Available (pdf) Abt Study of Medical Physicist Work Values for Radiation Oncology Physics Services: Round II
Released and Approved by ACMP Board of Chancellors, August 27, 2003. The Abt II Report empowers radiation oncology physicists to defend the work, manpower and staffing for routine procedures and special procedures such as IMRT, Prostate Seed Brachytherapy, HDR, Stereotactic Radiosurgery/Radiotherapy, and other special procedures.

This Product Warps Space and Time in Its Vicinity. This Product Attracts Every Other Piece of Matter in the Universe, Including
This Product Warps Space and Time in Its Vicinity.
This Product Attracts Every Other Piece of Matter in the Universe, Including the Products of Other Manufacturers, with a Force Proportional to the Product of the Masses and Inversely Proportional to the Distance Between Them.
The Mass of This Product Contains the Energy Equivalent of 85 Million Tons of TNT per Net Ounce of Weight.
HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE: This Product Contains Minute Electrically Charged Particles Moving at Velocities in Excess of Five Hundred Million Miles per Hour.
Because of the "Uncertainty Principle," It Is Impossible for the Consumer to Find Out at the Same Time Both Precisely Where This Product Is and How Fast It Is Moving.
There is an Extremely Small but Nonzero Chance That, Through a Process Known as "Tunneling," This Product May Spontaneously Disappear from Its Present Location and Reappear at Any Random Place in the Universe, Including Your Neighbor's Domicile. The Manufacturer Will Not Be Responsible for Any Damages or Inconvenience That May Result.
THIS IS A 100% MATTER PRODUCT: In the Unlikely Event That This Merchandise Should Contact Antimatter in Any Form, a Catastrophic Explosion Will Result.

106. Photonics And Nanostructures
This peer reviewed scientific journal is targeted at physicists, material scientists, chemists, engineers and computer scientists who are interested in photonic crystals/band gaps, nanostructures and its applications.
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Fundamental and Applications
H. Benisty, S. Kawakami, D. Norris, C. Soukoulis

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This journal establishes a dedicated channel for physicists, material scientists, chemists, engineers and computer scientists who are interested in photonic crystals and photonic band gaps. The Journal will help shed light on the latest developments in this growing field of science that will see the emergence of faster telecommunications and ultimately computers that use light instead of electrons to connect components. The Journal features mainly original research work in experiment, theory and applications.
The journal covers the following areas of research: physics, chemistry, engineering optoelectronics and computers science related to applications in photonic crystals and photonic band gaps. Papers suitable for publication in this journal cover topics such as

107. SPARTAN 201-3: Ask The Astronomers (and Space Physicists)
Ask the Astronomers. The SPARTAN 201 program has ended, and some of the scientists who were kind enough to answer questions about
Ask the Astronomers
The SPARTAN 201 program has ended, and some of the scientists who were kind enough to answer questions about the mission and related areas of science are no longer able to provide that service. But you can still ask scientists questions about the Sun and heliosphere at the Ask Dr. SOHO Website. You can also visit the Previously Asked Questions page to see if your question has already been answered. This is the [Error Creating Counter File Click for more info] access to this page since July 11, 1995. Return to the SPARTAN 201 home page.

108. [hep-th/9812148] Recent Mathematical Developments In The Skyrme Model
An introduction by T. Gisiger and M.B. Paranjape to recent, more mathematical developments in the Skyrme model. The aim is to render these advances accessible to mainstream nuclear and particle physicists.
High Energy Physics - Theory, abstract
From: M. B. Paranjape [ view email ] Date: Thu, 17 Dec 1998 16:38:25 GMT (598kb)
Recent mathematical developments in the Skyrme model
Authors: T. Gisiger M.B. Paranjape
Comments: 129 pages, about 30 figures, original manuscript of published Physics Reports
Report-no: UdeM-GPP-TH-98-57
Journal-ref: Phys.Rept. 306 (1998) 109-211
Full-text: PostScript PDF , or Other formats
References and citations for this submission:
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Links to: arXiv hep-th find abs

109. The Scientist - Physicists Take On Challenge Of Showing How Proteins Fold
The Scientist 12211, Oct. 26, 1998, ); //. News. physicists Take on Challenge Of Showing How Proteins Fold. By Steve Bunk. How
The Scientist 12[21]:1, Oct. 26, 1998
Physicists Take on Challenge Of Showing How Proteins Fold
By Steve Bunk How proteins fold is a central mystery of the life process that for decades has eluded explanation. But biologists are getting help on the problem nowadays from physicists, who bring quantitative theorems and new technologies to the task of showing how one-dimensional amino acid sequences determine the three-dimensional shapes of proteins. Such knowledge could guide structure-based design of drugs to treat a range of diseases now thought to be caused by misshapen proteins. "We're just beginning," says Stanford University's Steven Chu , cowinner of the 1997 Nobel Prize in physics, who has recently turned his efforts toward the protein folding question. "Everyone is just beginning. The interesting thing is, straight off, you see things you don't understand."
Steven Chu Chu gave the keynote address at the third international symposium on biological physics, held recently in Santa Fe, N.M. Speakers from the United States and a dozen foreign countries focused on a number of physical approaches to biological systems, many of them involving the dynamics of protein folding. To function properly, a protein must fold into a particular conformation, called the native state. This conformation appears to be somehow encoded in the amino acid sequence. Researchers are trying to uncover general rules governing the thermodynamics and kinetics of folding that can explain not only the process itself, but the extent to which it reflects the workings of natural selection.

Interrelationship between some selected physicists and between the physicists and their institutions. The period covered is roughly from the middle of the nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth century.
IMPORTANT PHYSICISTS The purpose of this web page is to show the interrelationship between some selected physical scientists and between the scientistists and their institutions. The period covered is roughly from the middle of the nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth century. The selection of the scientists is based on their contribution to the atomic or molecular or crystalline structure of matter. 177 scientists have been selected.
Some scientists have been omitted by error and many have been omitted intentionally. The periods during world war one and world war two have been mostly omitted.
The link "SCI-LIST" is an alphabetical listing of the scientists and the institutions they attended. The link also lists the abbreviations of the institutions.
The "SCI-LIST" link should be opened first as it will give you the selected scientists and their related institutions. The other links, except the links "INFLUENC" and "TEACHERS", are institutions. Within each of the institutional links is a chronological listing of the selected scientists at that institution. The list of scientists is not complete and there is not a link for every institution. Some institutional links have been omitted because too few of the selected scientists attended them. Of the 146 institutions, there are links to 30 of them.
The content of the institutional links is niether a biography nor a description of their accomplishments. It is only of the institutions they attended and when.

111. Jaeger Enterprises - Expert Metrology Training And Consultation Services
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112. Finance For Physicists
Finance for physicists. There is no doubt that physicists and quants make a real difference to the way in which Wall Street works in the 21st century.
Finance for Physicists This page arose because I am often asked for advice and suggestions about how to prepare for and get a job on Wall Street as a quantitative analyst. Everything here is subjective and personal opinion, but I hope that you will find it useful. Here is a good article from the Dec 1999 issue of The Industrial Physicist magazine, which describes the impact physicists are having on Wall Street: Risky business on Wall Street There is no doubt that physicists and "quants" make a real difference to the way in which Wall Street works in the 21st century. Read more about the trends and the dangers ... Courses at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Students registered for the University of Illinois Physics Ph.D can be enrolled in the Masters in Finance program, and receive credit for their physics courses. In other words, you can get a Masters in Finance for relatively little extra work. This is highly recommended for students contemplating a career as a quant on Wall Street. Details about the requirements are given here Recommended courses are given in this memo which initiated the Physics Masters in Finance program.

113. Sonoma State University Physics And Astronomy
Courses, labs, faculty and graduates as well as useful pages on jobs, graduate school, physics, astronomy, and the popular What physicists Do public lecture series.
Sonoma State University
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Class Schedules Final exam schedule F 04 University Class Schedule F 04 (as of April 21; not updated) Public Programs What Physicists Do Public Viewing Nights at the SSU Observatory Our Mailing List People Our Faculty and Staff Our Graduates Some Favorite Links Physics Astronomy Jobs Scholarships ... Educational Resources in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields Friends and Neighbors Bay Area Physics and Astronomy Colloquia Physics In Our Neighborhood (PION) The Sonoma County Astronomical Society The Robert H. Ferguson Observatory ... Dr. Joe Tenn presents prize-winning astronomers. Bad Astronomy Dr. Philip Plait

114. - Japanese Physicists' 'pentaquark' Hints At Answers To Makeup Of M
physicists have discovered a new class of subatomic particles, offering unexpected insights into the building blocks of matter.
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115. Lanczos Collection
Site announces the availability of the Cornelius Lanczos Collected Published Papers with commentaries. Lanczos (18931974) was one of the twentieth century's most versatile and innovative physicists and mathematicians. His papers cover an array of disciplines including general relativity, quantum mechanics, scientific computation, applied mathematics and numerical analysis.
Published by
North Carolina State University

College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences and Department of Physics
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-8202 USA [1998]
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 98-67928
ISBN (for the Collection of Volumes I-VI): 0-929493-01-X
[See Web: (View the Order Form Ordering Instructions Collection 24 September 2002)
(All orders are now being shipped from Raleigh, North Carolina) Cornelius Lanczos (1893-1974) was a physicist and mathematician who had a profound impact on the foundations of twentieth century science. His papers cover a vast array of disciplines, including general relativity, quantum mechanics, scientific computation, applied mathematics and numerical analysis. This Collection provides documentation (a) that Lanczos was indeed one of the twentieth century's most versatile and innovative scientific minds, and (b) that many of Lanczos's ideas are still of interest to present-day research in physics and applied mathematics. This Collection will be of special interest to theoretical physicists, numerical analysts and science historians. The Cornelius Lanczos Collected Published Papers with Commentaries (Lanczos Collection or CLCPPC herein-after referred to as the Collection) represents the second phase of a two-part celebration of the life and work of Cornelius Lanczos. The first phase of this celebration occurred in December 1993 when North Carolina State University's College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences hosted the Cornelius Lanczos International Centenary Conference. [See the

116. How Do Physicists Use An E-Print Archive? Implications For Institutional E-Print
Volume 7 Number 12 ISSN 10829873. How Do physicists Use an E-Print Archive? They were circulated by physicists for two main reasons.
D-Lib Magazine
December 2001
Volume 7 Number 12
ISSN 1082-9873
How Do Physicists Use an E-Print Archive?
Implications for Institutional E-Print Services
Stephen Pinfield
Library Services
University of Nottingham, UK
At the University of Nottingham, we are in the process of setting up an experimental institutional e-print archive [ ]. The technical side of this has been reasonably straightforward. We are using the software produced by [ ], and have customized the interface to give it a Nottingham 'look and feel'. However, the managerial and cultural aspects of 'self-archiving' have proved to be rather more complex. How can researchers be encouraged to contribute to the e-print archive? What is in it for them? How can procedures be managed to make it simple for them to archive their material? To help us address these questions, we decided we needed to know more about how a successful e-print archive is actually being used by researchers. To do this, we chose to look at use of the arXiv service (formerly known as the Los Alamos XXX service) [ ]. We consulted (face-to-face or by email) a number of researchers who are making use of arXiv. At the same time, we looked at the service itself to see if what we were being told seemed to reflect the wider experience.

117. Rocstaff, Radiation Oncology Placement Services
Temporary and permanent staffing services for radiation therapists, dosimetrists, and medical physicists including salaries.

118. Physicists Probe Ancient Pyramid :: UK Pagan :: Internet Community For Pagans In
physicists probe ancient pyramid Posted by Garlen on Tuesday, May 18, 2004 1542 (21 reads) Topic Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous

119. Ignited Plasma In Tokamaks - The IGNITOR Project
A proposed nextstep fusion experiment to study burning plasma physics in a relatively small device. This approach is based on the concept of a tokamak with very strong magnetic field, and is under development by an international team of plasma and fusion physicists.

120. Jobs In Physics, Engineering And Astronomy
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