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  1. Da Fermi a Rubbia (Italian Edition) by Lanfranco Belloni, 1988
  2. Italian Nobel Laureates: Enrico Fermi, Guglielmo Marconi, Camillo Golgi, Franco Modigliani, Luigi Pirandello, Carlo Rubbia, Giosuè Carducci
  3. University of Pisa Alumni: Cesare Borgia, Enrico Fermi, Galileo Galilei, Carlo Rubbia, Giosuè Carducci, Pope Clement Xii, Francesco Redi
  4. People From Gorizia: Carlo Rubbia, Isaac Samuel Reggio, Edoardo Reja, Engelbert Besednjak, Karel Lavric, Julius Kugy, Max Fabiani, Paolo Vidoz
  5. People From Friuli-Venezia Giulia: Carlo Rubbia, Dino Zoff, Pope Pius I, Fabio Capello, Elisa, Tarcisio Burgnich, Luigi Delneri, Primo Carnera
  6. University of Pisa: University of Pisa Alumni, University of Pisa Faculty, Cesare Borgia, Enrico Fermi, Galileo Galilei, Carlo Rubbia
  7. Cern: Felix Bloch, Carlo Rubbia, Saint-Genis-Pouilly, Compact Muon Solenoid, Overview and Differences of 1964 Prl Symmetry Breaking Papers
  8. Träger Des Verdienstordens Der Republik Polen (Komtur): Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Walter Momper, Carlo Rubbia, Pál Teleki, Edmund Hillary (German Edition)
  9. Harmless Energy from Nuclei by Carlo Rubbia, 2001-12-01
  10. Marconi My Beloved by Maria C. Marconi, Elettra Marconi, 2010-10-25
  11. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Volume 37. by Carlo Rubbia, 1991-01-01
  12. Man Environment Energy: The Future (ENI) by Franco Reviglio, Alessandro Roncaglia, et all 1989
  13. Il dilemma nucleare (Italian Edition) by Carlo Rubbia, 1987
  14. DILEMA NUCLEAR, EL by CARLO RUBBIA, 1991-01-01

1. Physics 1984
The nobel Prize in Physics 1984. for interaction . carlo rubbia, Simonvan der Meer. 1/2 of the prize, 1/2 of the prize. Italy, the Netherlands.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1984
"for their decisive contributions to the large project, which led to the discovery of the field particles W and Z, communicators of weak interaction" Carlo Rubbia Simon van der Meer 1/2 of the prize 1/2 of the prize Italy the Netherlands CERN
Geneva, Switzerland CERN
Geneva, Switzerland b. 1934 b. 1925 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1984
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Carlo Rubbia ...
Nobel Lecture
The 1984 Prize in:


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2. Carlo Rubbia - Autobiography
carlo rubbia – Autobiography. I was born in the small town of Gorizia,Italy, on 31 March, 1934. From nobel Lectures, Physics 19811990.
I was born in the small town of Gorizia, Italy, on 31 March, 1934. My father was an electrical engineer at the local telephone company and my mother an elementary school teacher. At the end of the World War II most of the province of Gorizia was overtaken by Yugoslavia and my family fled to Venice first and then to Udine.
As a boy, I was deeply interested in scientific ideas, electrical and mechanical, and I read almost everything I could find on the subject. I was attracted more by the hardware and construction aspects than by the scientific issues. At that time I could not decide if science or technology were more relevant for me.
After completing High School, I applied to the Faculty of Physics at the rather exclusive Scuola Normale in Pisa . My previous education had been seriously affected by the disasters of the war and the subsequent unrest. I badly failed the admission tests and my application was turned down. I forgot about physics and I started engineering at the University of Milan (Politecnico). To my great surprise and joy a few months later I was offered the possibility of entering the Scuola Normale. One of the people who had won the admission contest had resigned! I am recollecting this apparently insignificant fact since it has determined and almost completely by accident my career of physicist. I moved to Pisa, where I completed the University education with a thesis on cosmic ray experiments. They have been very tough years, since I had to greatly improve my education, which was very deficient in a number of fundamental disciplines. At that time I also participated under my thesis advisor Marcello Conversi to new instrumentation developments and to the realization of the first pulsed gas particle detectors.

3. Carlo Rubbia Winner Of The 1984 Nobel Prize In Physics
carlo rubbia, a nobel Prize Laureate in Physics, at the nobel PrizeInternet Archive. carlo rubbia. 1984 nobel Laureate in Physics
1984 Nobel Laureate in Physics
    for their decisive contributions to the large project, which led to the discovery of the field particles W and Z, communicators of weak interaction.
    Born: 1934
    Residence: Italy
    Affiliation: CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
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4. Index Of Nobel Laureates In Physics
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN PHYSICS. Name, Year Awarded. Alferov,Zhores I. 2000. Rohrer, Heinrich, 1986. rubbia, carlo, 1984. Ruska, Ernst, 1986.
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5. Dieci Nobel Per Il Futuro
Translate this page Fisica, 1979 Wiesel, Elie Pace, 1986 Zewail, Ahmed H. Chimica, 1999 Zinkernagel,Rolf M. Medicina, 1996, Premio nobel per la Fisica 1984 carlo rubbia è nato a

Allais, Maurice
Economia, 1988
Altman, Sidney
Chimica, 1989
Arber, Werner
Medicina, 1978
Arrow, Kenneth J.
Economia, 1972
Baltimore, David
Medicina, 1975
Becker, Gary S.
Economia, 1992
Black, James W.
Medicina, 1988
Brown, Lester R.

Buchanan, James M.
Economia, 1986
Charpak, Georges
Fisica, 1992 Dahrendorf, Ralf Dausset, Jean Medicina, 1980 Economia, 1983 de Duve, Christian Medicina, 1974 Dulbecco, Renato Medicina, 1975 Ernst, Richard R. Chimica, 1991 Esaki, Leo Fisica, 1973 Fo, Dario Letteratura, 1997 Gell-Mann, Murray Fisica, 1969 Glashow, Sheldon Lee Fisica, 1979 Guillemin, Roger C.L. Medicina, 1977 Hoffmann, Roald Chimica, 1981 Jacob, François Medicina, 1965 Kindermans, Jean-Marie Pace, 1999 Klein, Lawrence R. Economia, 1980 Kroto, Harold W. Chimica, 1996 Lederman, Leon M.

6. Ten Nobels For The Future
1979 Wiesel, Elie Peace, 1986 Zewail, Ahmed H. Chemistry, 1999 Zinkernagel, RolfM. Medicine, 1996, nobel Laureate in Physics, 1984 carlo rubbia was born in

Allais, Maurice
Economics, 1988
Altman, Sidney
Chemistry, 1989
Arber, Werner
Medicine, 1978
Arrow, Kenneth J.
Economics, 1972
Baltimore, David
Medicine, 1975
Becker, Gary S.
Economics, 1992
Black, James W.
Medicine, 1988
Brown, Lester R.

Buchanan, James M.
Economics, 1986
Charpak, Georges
Physics, 1992 Dahrendorf, Ralf Dausset, Jean Medicine, 1980 Economics, 1983 de Duve, Christian Medicine, 1974 Dulbecco, Renato Medicine, 1975 Ernst, Richard R. Chemistry, 1991 Esaki, Leo Physics, 1973 Fo, Dario Literature, 1997 Gell-Mann, Murray Physics, 1969 Glashow, Sheldon Lee Physics, 1979 Guillemin, Roger C.L. Medicine, 1977 Hoffmann, Roald Chemistry, 1981 Jacob, François Medicine, 1965 Kindermans, Jean-Marie Peace 1999 Klein, Lawrence R. Economics, 1980 Kroto, Harold W. Chemistry, 1996 Lederman, Leon M.

7. Rubbia, Carlo
carlo rubbia, 1983. Kevin Fleming/Corbis. (b. March 31, 1934, Gorizia, Italy), Italianphysicist who in 1984 shared with Simon van der Meer the nobel Prize for
Rubbia, Carlo
Carlo Rubbia, 1983 Kevin Fleming/Corbis (b. March 31, 1934, Gorizia, Italy), Italian physicist who in 1984 shared with Simon van der Meer the Nobel Prize for Physics for the discovery of the massive, short-lived subatomic W particle and Z particle . These particles are the carriers of the so-called weak force involved in the radioactive decay of atomic nuclei. Their existence strongly confirms the validity of the electroweak theory, proposed in the 1970s, that the weak force and electromagnetism are different manifestations of a single basic kind of physical interaction. Rubbia was educated at the Normal School of Pisa and the University of Pisa, earning a doctorate from the latter in 1957. He taught there for two years before moving to Columbia University as a research fellow. He joined the faculty of the University of Rome in 1960 and was appointed senior physicist at the European Centre for Nuclear Research ( CERN ; now the European Organization for Nuclear Research), Geneva, in 1962. In 1970 he was appointed professor of physics at Harvard University and thereafter divided his time between Harvard and CERN. In 1973 a research group under Rubbia's direction provided one of the experimental clues that led to the formulation of the electroweak theory by observing neutral weak currents (weak interactions in which electrical charge is not transferred between the particles involved). These interactions differ from those previously observed and are direct analogues of electromagnetic interactions. The electroweak theory embodied the idea that the weak force can be transmitted by any of three particles called intermediate vector bosons. Furthermore, it indicated that these particles (W

8. Nobel Prize Winners For 1981-1990
electroweak theory, physics, rubbia, carlo, Italy, discovery of subatomicparticles W and Z, which supports the electroweak theory, physiology
Year Category Article Country* Achievement Literary Area chemistry Fukui Kenichi Japan orbital symmetry interpretation of chemical reactions chemistry Hoffmann, Roald U.S. orbital symmetry interpretation of chemical reactions economics Tobin, James U.S. portfolio selection theory of investment literature Canetti, Elias Bulgaria novelist, essayist peace United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Office of the (founded 1951) physics Bloembergen, Nicolaas U.S. applications of lasers in spectroscopy physics Schawlow, Arthur Leonard U.S. applications of lasers in spectroscopy physics Sweden electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis physiology/medicine Hubel, David Hunter U.S. processing of visual information by the brain physiology/medicine Sperry, Roger Wolcott U.S. functions of the cerebral hemispheres physiology/medicine Wiesel, Torsten Nils Sweden processing of visual information by the brain chemistry Klug, Aaron U.K. determination of structure of biological substances economics Stigler, George J. U.S. economic effects of governmental regulation literature Colombia novelist, journalist, social critic

9. Il Portale Di Rai Educational
Translate this page svedese. carlo rubbia, premio nobel per la Fisica nel 1984, insiemea Simon Van der Meer. carlo rubbia è nato a Gorizia nel 1934.
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"Vieni avanti, cretino!" L'osservatorio astronomico del Paranal L'Otello di Carmelo Bene Carlo Rubbia, Nobel 1984 per la Fisica ... La condizione dell'infanzia nel mondo La riflessione precedente L'Otello di Carmelo Bene La riflessione successiva Franco Modigliani, Nobel 1985 per l'Economia CARLO RUBBIA 2001-1901, UN SECOLO DA NOBEL
Viaggio a ritroso nel Premio che compie cento anni 27 luglio 2001
In questa pagina, attingendo al patrimonio documentario di Rai Educational, vi invitiamo a conoscere studiosi, artisti, uomini e donne di pace, che sono stati protagonisti della storia del Novecento e hanno ricevuto il premio della Fondazione svedese. CARLO RUBBIA , premio Nobel per la Fisica nel 1984, insieme a Simon Van der Meer.

10. Il Portale Di Rai Educational
Translate this page La riflessione precedente L'osservatorio astronomico del Paranal. La riflessionesuccessiva carlo rubbia, nobel 1984 per la Fisica. L'OTELLO di CARMELO BENE.
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"Vieni avanti, cretino!" L'osservatorio astronomico del Paranal L'Otello di Carmelo Bene Carlo Rubbia, Nobel 1984 per la Fisica ... La condizione dell'infanzia nel mondo La riflessione precedente L'osservatorio astronomico del Paranal La riflessione successiva Carlo Rubbia, Nobel 1984 per la Fisica L'OTELLO di CARMELO BENE
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11. CERN Scientific Information Service
as a Senior Physicist at CERN since 1961, carlo rubbia's name is related to the discoveryof the W and Z Particles. In 1984 he was awarded the nobel Prize for
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Carlo Rubbia
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Working as a Senior Physicist at CERN since 1961, Carlo Rubbia's name is related to the discovery of the W and Z Particles. In 1984 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics, together with Simon van der Meer, for the work he had done as Head of the UA1 Collaboration. From 1970 to 1988 Carlo Rubbia spent one semester per year at Harvard University as Higgins Professor of Physics. In January 1989 he was appointed Director-General of CERN. In November of Carlo Rubbia's first year as Director-General the inauguration of LEP, the Large Electron Positron Collider, took place after eight years construction under his predecessor Herwig Schopper During his mandate as Director-General, the four LEP experiments (ALEPH, DELPHI, L3 and OPAL) gave their first important scientific results. Continued development in relation to the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) Project culminated in the presentation of the LHC Project and its experimental programme to CERN Council in December 1993. (The project was approved in December 1994.) In December 1992 The Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded to Georges Charpak for the invention and development of particle detectors, in particular the multi-wire proportional chamber.

12. The UA1 Collaboration Collection : Series Level Description
The discovery of W and Z° bosons lead to a nobel prize for carlo rubbia and SimonVan der Meer The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award
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The UA1 Collaboration collection, Underground Area 1 Collaboration: series level description
Reference code(s) CERN-ARCH-UA1 Date(s) From 1978 to 1993. Title The UA1 ( Underground Area 1) Collaboration collection Level of description Serie Extent of the unit of description 240 boxes; 27 linear meters; 293 items
Name of creator CERN (Geneva, Switzerland), UA1 Collaboration. Administrative or Biographical history The UA1 project began in 1976; the idea was to detect the communicators of weak interaction (W and Z bosons), which has been postulated but never observed. To achieve this goal, the experiment planned to collide proton beams with antiproton beams in the Super Proton Synchrotron with an energy of 270 GeV. The problem, which Van der Meer solved, was to stock large amounts of antiprotons. There was a need for new type of detector to see the hypothetical bosons. One of the most important and technically advanced items was the large drift chamber, called the central detector. This drift chamber was 6 meters in length and over 2 meters in diameter. The UA1 experiment had also an electromagnetic calorimeter, a hadron calorimeter and a muon detector. The full detector weighed over 2000 tonnes. The results collected by the detector were recorded on magnetic tapes. Carlo Rubbia managed the construction of this large detector.

13. I Premi Nobel Italiani (Carlo Rubbia)
Premi Nobel Italiani
Carlo Rubbia
Fisica (1984)
Rubbia ricevette il Premio Nobel per la Física nel 1984 "Per la sua decisiva contribuzione al grande progetto che condusse alla scoperta delle particelle W e Z, trasmettitrici di debole interazione" Le tecniche di Rubbia consentirono al "gruppo UA1" (una collaborazione internazionale di oltre cento fisici guidati da Rubbia al Cern) di rivelare l'esistenza dei bosoni vettori intermedi. Prima ancora di essere osservata sperimentalmente, questa terna di particelle mediatrici della forza elettrodebole era una delle pietre miliari alla base delle moderne teorie della fisica delle particelle elementari. Rubbia ha inoltre contribuito in maniera decisiva a Icarus , una delle collaborazioni internazionali operanti nel Laboratorio del Gran Sasso, che ha come obiettivo quello di dimostrare il decadimento del protone e di rivelare i neutrini solari.

14. Os Prêmios Nobel Italianos (Carlo Rubbia)
Prêmios Nobel Italianos
Carlo Rubbia
Física (1984)

Carlo Rubbia nasceu em Gorizia em 1934. Depois de formar-se em física na Escola Normal Superior de Pisa mudou-se para os Estados Unidos, na Columbia University Rubbia recebeu o Prêmio Nobel pela Física em 1984 "Por sua decisiva contribuição ao grande projeto que levou à descoberta das partículas W e Z, transmissoras de fracas interação" As técnicas de Rubbia consentiram ao "grupo UA1" (uma colaboração internacional de mais de cem físicos guiados pelo mesmo Rubbia no Cern) de revelar a existência dos bósons vetores intermédios . Ainda antes de ser observada experimentalmente, esta terna de partículas mediadoras da força elétrica fraca era um dos marcos à base das modernas teorias da física das partículas elementares. Rubbia contribuiu de maneira decisiva para Icarus , uma das colaborações internacionais que operam no Laboratório do Gran Sasso , cujo objetivo é demonstrar a decadência do próton e revelar os neutrinos solares.

15. Challenge Cast
carlo rubbia is a former director of CERN, the European laboratory for particlephysics, and a fearless experimental physicist. He shared the nobel Prize in
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16. Rubbia, Carlo
rubbia, carlo, 1934–, Italian physicist, Ph.D. Univ of Rome and later at Harvard,rubbia did his most discovery, the pair was awarded the 1984 nobel Prize in

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17. Carlo Rubbia Called In To Advise EC On Scientific Research
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Carlo Rubbia called in to advise EC on scientific research
Professor Antonio RUBERTI, the new EC Commissioner for Research and Educational Policies and former Minister for Universities and Research in the Italian government, has called in three internationally renowned European scientists to advise him on the direction to be taken by the Community research policy. The three Advisers will each deal with specific subject areas, as follows:
  • Ilya Prigogine, the strengthening of ties between Community research activities and the scientific community;
  • Carlo Rubbia, matters connected to the internationalization of research and the development of major world-scale projects.
Following his first working session with them on 4 March in Brussels, Commissioner Ruberti stressed that: "In evaluating scientific and technological options and for the choices it has to make in conducting and implementing Community research policy, the Commission must be able to draw on the expertise that exists in the world of science itself. In this regard, the Commission is bound to welcome and feel honoured by the close collaboration that it will be able to develop with three of its most outstanding representativesÓ. For his part, Carlo Rubbia stated: "It is enthusing for someone who has devoted his entire life to research in a European framework to participate, under the authority of Commissioner Ruberti and alongside such eminent figures as Professors Gros and Prigogine, in drawing up and giving effect to a common strategy for European research in the 21st century.

18. Carlo Rubbia Appelé à Conseiller Les CE En Matière De Recherche Scientifique
Translate this page PRIGOGINE (Prix nobel de chimie 1977 et Directeur des Instituts Internationauxde chimie et physique à Bruxelles), et carlo rubbia (Prix nobel de physique
  • Beaucoup d'esprits lucides voient en l'Europe la force majeure de ce XXIème siècle. Encore faut-il que les Européens le veuillent et utilisent au mieux toutes leurs cartes, en particulier nos ressources intellectuelles, notre recherche et notre enseignement. Si l'Europe se retrouve au premier plan dans certaines branches de la recherche c'est à la coexistence et à la complémentarité entre les installations européennes et les instituts nationaux de recherche qu'elle le doit. Il faut donc développer dans l'ensemble de nos domaines de recherche cette "pyramide d'installations"de puissance croissante aux niveaux régional, national et européen. Il convient cependant de veiller à ce que la recherche fondamentale reste au contact des réalités économiques et des aspirations humaines. Dans la période de crise actuelle nous devons intégrer l'objectif d'une croissance maî "e; trisée pour laquelle la recherche devrait assister tous les acteurs de notre société: la communauté scientifique, les décideurs politiques, les hommes et les femmes. A titre d'exemple nous avons un rôle important à jouer, et cela ne peut se faire qu'au niveau continental, basé sur un réseau constitué autour de nos universités et institutions, dans la recherche de sources d'énergie qui puisse, à l'horizon de quelques décennies, satisfaire nos besoins tout en protégeant l'environnement et les autres éléments de notre cadre de vie. Pour mieux servir l'humanité la recherche fondamentale doit reculer les frontières actuelles, matérielles ou intellectuelles, certes de son savoir mais aussi de son cadre d'action."
  • 19. Il Nobel Carlo Rubbia Parla Di Energia Alternativa
    nobel carlo Rubbiaparla di energia alternativa. Domani alle 17, nel salone de' Dugento
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  • 20. Interviene Il Nobel Carlo Rubbia
    Translate this page I saluti. Interviene il nobel carlo rubbia. A vederlo sembra uno diquei campus misteriosi tratti da un romanzo di Forsyth. Chilometri
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    A vederlo sembra uno di quei campus misteriosi tratti da un romanzo di Forsyth. Chilometri e chilometri di strade in mezzo a boschi di pini e mimose di Pula, strada per Is Molas. Centosessanta ettari in tutto. Ogni cinquecento metri un caseggiato. Finora sono cinque. Altri ne verranno costruiti. Architetture azzardate nello stile. E tuttavia integrate con le montagne che circondano i palazzi foderati di granito rosa e legno.
    È qui che oggi e domani (dalle 9,30 alle 17) si tiene il convegno su Sardegna è futuro . Autorità politiche e scienziati. Italiani e stranieri. Il Parco scientifico e tecnologico (Polaris) è oggi la più grande scommessa della Sardegna. Anche economica. Naufragate tutte, o quasi, le grande industrie chimiche, l’isola punta oggi sulle frontiere della ricerca medica, biologica e informatica.
    Deve farlo. Perché non ha altre risorse su cui puntare. E perché anche in Sardegna il vento dell’Est soffia forte. E fa paura. Tra qualche anno molti paesi dell’ex Urss saranno ufficialmente europei. Porteranno i loro disagi ma anche le loro conoscenze. Dreneranno dall’Ue denari destinati al Sud Italia ma contribuiranno forse a tracciare le frontiere della ricerca in questo secolo.
    Sarà una gara a chi arriva prima e meglio. Fino a qualche anno fa l’isola era fuori dal gioco. Parlare di scienza equivaleva a giocare con la fantascienza. Anche adesso le cose non vanno benissimo (l’Italia destina a ricerca e innovazione lo 0,5 per cento del Pil, in Francia siamo al 2, in Scandinavia e in Irlanda al 3,4) ma Polaris rimette in gioco i sogni.

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