Papers, 1904-1985.


Gabor, Dennis, 1900-1979. Papers, 1904-1985.

Papers, 1904-1985.

Biographical material; family and general correspondence; diplomas; family photographs; manuscripts on plasma theory, optical design, electron microscope, stereoscopy, communication theory, diffraction microscopy, interference microscopy, information theory, mathematical theory of freedom, and thermo-nuclear power project and plasma theory; patents; correspondence and lecture notes during his tenure at the Imperial College; the Nobel Prize; and CBS Laboratories.

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Gabor (1900-1979) held over 100 patents and won the 1971 Nobel prize for physics for his invention of holography. He also corresponded with numerous persons who shared his interest in futurism. From the description of Correspondence, 1961-1969. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 31179190 Born, 1900, Hungary; studied mechanical engineering at Joseph Technical High School, Budapest, 1918-1921, and Electrical Engineering Department, Technisch...

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