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Peter Wyder

Peter Rudolf Wyder is a Swiss physicist. He was a professor of experimental solid-state physics at the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands. Wyder later served as director of the High Field Magnet Laboratory in Grenoble, France.

Hans R. Griem

Hans Rudolf Griem was a German-American physicist who specialized in experimental plasma physics and spectroscopy.

Magneton

Magneton may refer to: Magneton, a term that some physicists use for magnetic monopole Parson magneton, a hypothetical object in atomic physics suggested by Alfred Lauck Parson in 1915 Nuclear magneton, a physical constant of magnetic moment Weis ...

Observer effect

Observer-expectancy effect, a form of reactivity in which a researchers cognitive bias causes them to unconsciously influence the participants of an experiment Observer bias, a detection bias in research studies resulting for example from an obse ...

David Blair

David Blair may refer to: David Blair physicist born 1946, Australian physicist David Blair information technologist 1947–2011, information retrieval scientist Blair poet David Blair, 1967–2011, American performance poet David Blair filmmaker, Am ...

Howard R. Kratz

Howard R. Kratz was a nuclear physicist at the University of Chicagos Metallurgical Laboratory during the Manhattan Project. Kratz was also Assistant Section Chief of P-VI - Materials and Methods, lead by Edward C. Creutz. Howard was the chief ex ...

Karol Lang

Karol Sylwester Lang is an experimental particle physicist and the Jane and Roland Blumberg Professor of Physics at the University of Texas at Austin.

Boris Kadomtsev

Boris Borisovich Kadomtsev was a Russian plasma physicist who worked on controlled fusion problems. He developed a theory of transport phenomena in turbulent plasmas and a theory of the so-called anomalous behavior of plasmas in magnetic fields. ...

Vladimir Iosifovich Petviashvili

Vladimir Iosifovich Petviashvili was a Soviet physicist from Georgia. Petviashvili graduated from Tbilisi State University in 1959, where he also completed his doctoral studies. In 1963–1965, he was research assistant at the Institute of Physics ...

Noah Hershkowitz

Noah Hershkowitz is an American experimental plasma physicist. He was jointly awarded the 2004 James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics with Valery Godyak for his research on low-temperature plasmas. These include radio frequency wave heating ...

Keith Burrell

Burrell received bachelors degree in physics from Stanford University in 1968. He then received a masters degree and a Ph.D. in physics from Caltech in 1970 and 1975 respectively. He then worked at General Atomics in fusion research with tokamaks ...

James F. Drake

For other persons named James Drake, see James Drake disambiguation James F. Drake is an American theoretical physicist who specializes in plasma physics. He is known for his studies on plasma instabilities and magnetic reconnection for which he ...

Amita Das

Amita Das, FASc, FNASc, FINSA is an Indian plasma physicist. She had been the professor of the Institute for Plasma Research and served the institute as the Dean and Professor from 2014–2017 and presently serving as Professor in Indian Institute ...

Ghulam Murtaza

Ghulam Murtaza is a male Muslim given name. It may refer to Ghulam Murtaza physicist born 1939, Pakistani plasma physicist and mathematician Ghulam Murtaza cricketer born 1980, Pakistani cricketer Ghulam Murtaza Shah Syed, known as G. M. Syed 190 ...

Vipin Kumar Tripathi

Vipin Kumar Tripathi alternately known as VK Tripathi is an Indian Plasma physicist. He is former Physics professor of IIT, Delhi.

Anatoly Kuzovnikov

Anatoly Kuzovnikov - was a Soviet and Russian physicist. Doctor of physical and mathematical Sciences, honored Professor of Moscow state University.

Emanuele Quercigh

Emanuele Quercigh is an Italian particle physicist who works since 1964 at CERN, most known for the discovery of quark-gluon plasma. Quercigh moved as a child to Friuli with his mother and his younger brother after the early death of his father. ...

Phil Morrison

Phil Morrison may refer to: Phil Morrison director, American film and television director Philip J. Morrison born 1950, American physicist in the field of hydrodynamics and plasma physics and a professor at the University of Texas Philip Morrison ...

The Hidden Messages in Water

The Hidden Messages in Water is a 2005 New York Times Bestseller book, written by Masaru Emoto advancing the pseudoscientific idea that the molecular structure of water is changed by the presence of human consciousness nearby, backed by "exhausti ...

Ampere

Place Ampere, a square in Lyon, France Aïn Azel, a commune in Algeria, former name Ampere Ampere, a town in Parana state, Brasil College-lycee Ampere, a school located in Lyon, France Ampere Seamount, a Seamount in the Atlantic Ocean 600km from G ...

Pavel Kaskarov

Pavel Kaskarov - was a Soviet and Russian physicist. Doctor of physical and mathematical Sciences, honored Professor of Moscow state University. Head of the Department of General physics for the faculty of chemistry/General physics and molecular ...

Plog

Plog may refer to: a photo blog in photoblogging Plog, a photo delivery system worked on by scientist Rich Gossweiler Stephen Plog, archaeologist and anthropologist specializing in pre-Columbian cultures of the American Southwest LifeType, a blog ...

Ruth Anderson

Ruth Anderson may refer to: Ruth Anderson lawyer, Scottish lawyer Ruth Anderson-Horrell born 1984, New Zealand weightlifter Sherry Ruth Anderson born 1942, psychologist and co-author of The Cultural Creatives Ruth Anderson accountant born 1954, E ...

David Schneider

David Schneider may refer to: David Schneider writer, American film writer Stark Raving Mad, director and actor David J. Schneider, American psychologist Dave Schneider born 1957, member of the Alberta Legislative Assembly David Schneider actor b ...

US Peace Prize

The US Peace Prize is an annual award that recognizes individuals and organizations who make significant antiwar contributions. The awards first recipient was Cindy Sheehan in 2009. The mission of the prize is "to inspire other Americans to speak ...

Anne Wilson Schaef

Anne Wilson Schaef was an American clinical psychologist and author. Her book When Society Becomes an Addict, in which she compared Western culture to an active alcoholic, made the New York Times bestseller list and was nominated for Best Politic ...

Nuclear anxiety

Nuclear anxiety refers to anxiety in the face of a potential future nuclear holocaust, especially during the Cold War. American anthropologist Margaret Mead viewed such anxiety in the 1960s as a violent survivalist impulse that should instead be ...

Peter Cooper (disambiguation)

Peter Cooper was an American industrialist, inventor and philanthropist. Pete or Peter Cooper may also refer to: Peter Cooper author 1929–2007, British RAF pilot and author Peter James Cooper, American film producer and writer Peter Cooper journa ...

Canner (occupation)

A canner participates in canning, the collection and redemption of deposit-marked beverage containers for recycling. Canning is an activity undertaken by individuals or small teams, typically to earn an income. Canning is only possible in nations ...

Frankenberg

Friedrich von Frankenberg, Australian-German mystic and early founder of Sufism in Australia Richard von Frankenberg, German-Silesian journalist and race-car driver Frankenberg family, an ancient noble family from Silesia Abraham von Franckenberg ...

Nancy Kleniewski

Kleniewski was a sociologist and held administrative posts at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and the State University of New York at Geneseo. She was provost and vice president for academic affairs at Bridgewater State College. From 2008 ...

Jean-Claude Chamboredon

Chamboredon graduated from the Ecole normale superieure in Paris, and subsequently worked alongside Pierre Bourdieu until 1981. With Bourdieu and Jean-Claude Passeron, Chamboredon wrote Le Metier de sociologue in 1967. In addition to his various ...

Beaker

Beaker may refer to: Beaker drinkware, a beverage container Norman Beaker, British guitarist Beaker glassware, or "laboratory beaker", a glass object used for holding fluids and chemicals in a laboratory setting Beaker Street with Clyde Clifford, ...

Szeletian

The Szeleta Culture is a transitional archaeological culture between the Middle paleolithic and the Upper Palaeolithic, found in Austria, Moravia, northern Hungary, and southern Poland. It is dated 41.000 to 37.000 years before the present, and i ...

SGR 1935+2154

SGR 1935+2154 is a soft gamma repeater, and is an ancient stellar remnant. Currently, the phenomenons of SGRs and the related Anomalous X-ray pulsars are explained as arising from magnetars. SGR 1935+2154 is located in the Milky Way, about 30.000 ...

Andromeda (radio show)

The show was started by journalist Tanja Devcic and astronomer Ante Radonic, head of the planetarium at the Technical Museum in Zagreb. It has been broadcast since 1997 on the second program of Croatian Radio, every Tuesday from 8:00 pm to 10:00 ...

FRB 180916.J0158+65

FRB 180916.J0158+65, is a repeating Fast radio burst discovered in 2018 by astronomers at the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment Telescope. According a study published in the 9 January 2020 issue of the journal Nature, CHIME astronome ...

David McDonald

David McDonald may refer to: David J. McDonald Jr. born 1939, his son, professor of drama emeritus at University of California, Irvine David McDonald astronomer born 1964, Irish amateur astronomer and discoverer of minor planets David J. McDonald ...

PSO J030947.49+271757.31

PSO J030947.49+271757.31, sometimes shortened to PSO J0309+27, is the most distant known blazar located in the Aries constellation. The blazar has a redshift of 6.1, meaning its light took almost 13 billion years to reach Earth, when the universe ...

The Sky Above Us with James Albury

The Sky Above Us with James Albury is a short American astronomy show hosted by James Albury, director of the Kika Silva Pla Planetarium at Santa Fe College. Each episode is approximately five minutes in length; and, a new episode is released eve ...

Wilhelmine Witte

Wilhelmine Sophie Elizabeth Witte was a German amateur astronomer. Bottcher was born in 1777 in Hanover, as daughter of Johanne Sophie Marie, born Brinkmann and of senator Gottfried Ernst Bottcher. She married privy councilor Friedrich Christian ...

Radiation (disambiguation)

Radiation is a process in which a body emits energy that propagates through a medium or through empty space, but is absorbed by other bodies. Radiation may also refer to: Physics Electromagnetic radiation, radiation that takes the form of a self- ...

RGW

RGW may refer to: Ramsgreave and Wilpshire railway station, England; National Rail station code RGW R.G.W. song Japanese-language Christmas song RGW, relic gravitational waves Comecon; Russian - Совет экономической взаимопомощи - СЭВ Residential ...

GWB

GWB may refer to: Gravitational wave background DeKalb County Airport Indiana Great Western Bank 1907–present, an American bank George Warren Brown School of Social Work of Washington University in St. Louis Baylor University Golden Wave Band gwb ...

Virgo

Virgo interferometer, a European gravitational-wave telescope Virgo Stellar Stream, remains of a dwarf galaxy Virgo Cluster, a cluster of galaxies in the constellation Virgo Virgo Supercluster, a galactic supercluster Virgo constellation, a const ...

PTA

Parent-Teacher Association Public Transport Authority Denmark Public Transport Authority Western Australia Passenger transport authority, a United Kingdom local government authority Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, an agency in Pakistan resp ...

Elisa

Elisa may refer to: Elisa company, a Finnish telecommunications company ELISA satellite French military satellite series Subcomandante Elisa, Zapatista activist Elisa given name Elissa, another name of Dido, the queen of Carthage in Greek mytholo ...

Auriga

Auriga or AURIGA can refer to: Auriga constellation, a constellation of stars AURIGA, a gravitational wave detector in Italy Auriga-1.2V Аурига-1.2В, a Russian satellite communications system, and a component of the MK VTR-016 МК ВТР-016 mobile v ...

Transient Array Radio Telescope

The Transient Array Radio Telescope is a low-cost open-source array radio telescope consisting of 24 all-sky GNSS receivers operating at the L1-band. TART was designed as an all-sky survey instrument for detecting radio bursts, as well as providi ...

MIRAS

MIRAS or Miras may refer to: Mir Infrared Spectrometer, science instrument on the Mir space station Mortgage Interest Relief At Source, tax relief for mortgages in the UK Miras, village and administrative unit of the Devoll municipality, Korçe Co ...