Autobiographical sketch, ca. 1949.


Autobiographical sketch, ca. 1949.

Covers Lazarus' work at the University of Chicago; World War II work; teaching electronics to signal corps; work at the radio research labs at Harvard University; research at Institute for the Study of Metals; his appointment to the University of Illinois faculty, solid state group; also further teaching and research.

7 pp.


SNAC Resource ID: 8305505

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