Oral history interview with Robert Willis Hellwarth, 1985 May 29.

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Oral history interview with Robert Willis Hellwarth, 1985 May 29.

Covers period from 1948 through 1965, when Hellwarth was an undergraduate at Princeton University, to 1952; a doctoral student at University of Oxford, to 1955; a postdoctoral student at California Institute of Technology, 1955-1956; a research scientist at Hughes Aircraft Company, 1956 on; and a visiting professor at the University of Illinois. Emphasis on the cross-fertilization of his electrical engineering and physics education; his collaboration with R. Feynman and F. Vernon on the theory of masers; Q-switching, and stimulated Raman scattering.

Transcript, 68 p.

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