Born On July 28 cherenkov, pavel alekseyevich cherenkov, pavel alekseyevich, cherenkov also spelledCERENKOV (b. July 28 6, 1990, USSR), corecipient of the nobel Prize for http://www.vmt.com/jul28.html
Extractions: Britannica Antonio, Nicolas Bibliotheca Hispana appeared in two parts ( Nova Vetus , 1696). The first is a vast bibliography of Peninsular and Spanish colonial writers after 1500, with critical evaluations. The second, a history of Peninsular literature from the reign of Augustus to 1500, marks the emergence of modern bibliography and the transformation of literary history into a scholarly discipline. A second edition (1788; vol. 1 of the Nova dated 1783), with additions from Antonio's manuscripts, is still consulted. Phillips, Stephen Phillips, Stephen (b. July 28, 1864, Summertown, Oxfordshire, Eng.d. Dec. 9, 1915, Deal, Kent), English actor and poet who was briefly successful as a playwright. Perrine, Charles Dillon Perrine, Charles Dillon (b. July 28, 1867, Steubenville, Ohio, U.S.d. June 21, 1951, Villa General Mitre, Arg.), U.S. astronomer who discovered the sixth and seventh moons of Jupiter in 1904 and 1905, respectively. In 1904 he published a calculation of the solar parallax (a measure of the Earth-Sun distance) based on observations of the minor planet Eros during one of its close approaches to the Earth. Cherenkov, Pavel Alekseyevich
Nobel Prizes In Physics 1. PRIZE YEAR. nobel PHYSICISTS. SUPERVISOR. Ph.D. UNIVERSITY. DATES. Age (years). 1924. 68. 1958. cherenkov, pavel alekseyevich. Sergei I. Vavilov. 1930's. Leningrad. http://www.chem.yorku.ca/NAMED/NOBEL/PHYS/
Extractions: 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ONTARIO M3J 1P3, CANADA For suggestions, corrections, additional information, and comments please send e-mails to firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.chem.yorku.ca/NAMED/ NOBEL PRIZE PHYSICS YEAR NAME OF SCIENTISTS NATIONALITY TYPE OF PHYSICS Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen German radiation Henrik Antoon Lorentz Dutch magnetism, radiation Pieter Zeeman Dutch magnetism, radiation Pierre Curie French radiation Marie Curie French radiation Antoine Henri Becquerel French radiation Lord John William Strutt Rayleigh British gases Philipp Eduard Anton Lenard Hungarian-German cathode rays Sir Joseph John Thomson British gases Albert Abraham Michelson German-American spectroscopy Gabriel Lippmann French optics Guglielmo Marconi Italian telegraphy Carl Ferdinand Braun German telegraphy Johannes Diderik van der Waals Dutch gases Wilhelm Wien German radiation Nils Gustaf Dalen Swedish gases Heike Kamerlingh-Onnes Dutch cryogenics Max von Laue German crystallography Sir William Henry Bragg British crystallography Sir William Lawrence Bragg British crystallography no prize awarded Charles Glover Barkla British radiation Max Planck German quantum theory, radiation
Nobel Prize Winners : Physics nobel Prize Winners in Physics. Year, Article, Country*, Achievement. 1958, cherenkov,pavel alekseyevich, USSR, discovery and interpretation of the cherenkov effect. http://www.emsb.qc.ca/laurenhill/science/nobelph.html
Extractions: Year Article Country* Achievement Röntgen, Wilhelm Conrad Germany discovery of X rays Lorentz, Hendrik Antoon The Netherlands investigation of the influence of magnetism on radiation Zeeman, Pieter The Netherlands investigation of the influence of magnetism on radiation Becquerel, Henri France discovery of spontaneous radioactivity Curie, Marie France investigations of radiation phenomena discovered by Becquerel Curie, Pierre France investigations of radiation phenomena discovered by Becquerel Rayleigh (of Terling Place), John William Strutt, 3rd Baron U.K. discovery of argon Lenard, Philipp Germany research on cathode rays Thomson, Sir J.J. U.K. researches into electrical conductivity of gases Michelson, A.A. U.S. spectroscopic and metrological investigations Lippmann, Gabriel France photographic reproduction of colours Braun, Ferdinand Germany development of wireless telegraphy Marconi, Guglielmo Italy development of wireless telegraphy Waals, Johannes Diederik van der The Netherlands research concerning the equation of state of gases and liquids Wien, Wilhelm
Pictures Gallery Of The Nobel Prize Winners In Physics Translate this page The nobel Prize in Physics. 1998. 1959. Owen Chamberlain Emilio Gino Segre 1958.pavel alekseyevich cherenkov Ilya Mikhailovich Frank Igor Evgenevich Tamm 1957. http://www.th.physik.uni-frankfurt.de/~jr/physpicnobel.html
Pictures Of Famous Physicists Translate this page Chandrasekhar 43kB Georges Charpak 37kB pavel alekseyevich cherenkov 23kB Steven Bohr,Heisenberg,Pauli Copenhagen 1934, 81kB nobel prize winners http://www.th.physik.uni-frankfurt.de/~jr/physlist.html
Extractions: Reports coming out of Stockholm, Sweden late Monday confirmed what the American public has known for the past 44 yearsÐ the judging for the 1958 Nobel Prize in Physics was tainted. Nobel Institute official Sven Larkenson called the revelations "an embarrassment to the physics guys and their credibility...and I guess our credibility, too." The judge in question, 89 year-old French scholar, Jean-Jacques ("J.J.") Lacroix has been ordered to appear before the United Nations General Assembly for a judicial hearing scheduled Thursday. A team of three Russian physicistsÐ Pavel Alekseyevich Cherenkov, Il'ja Mikhailovich, and Igor YevgenyevichÐ were awarded the 1958 Nobel Physics Prize for their work in discovering and interpreting "The Cherenkov Effect". However, it was quite obvious to all those following the Nobel Ceremony that the pair of Mikhailovich and Yevgenyevich were nothing more than glorified coffee-fetchers for Cherenkov. The tainted French judge felt pressured to give all three scientists awards, apparently because of an agreement reached between France and Russia in 1956. The deal outlined a conniving scheme to give the three Russians the Physics Prize in exchange for a French victory in the 1957 Literature Prize. And so, the two Russian judges who helped deliver the Nobel Prize for Literature to French writer Albert Camus in 1957, are also coming under fire. Unfortunately, both judges passed away in the late 1970s after extensive battles with Chicken Pox and could not be reached for comment.
20th Century Year By Year 1958 nobel Prizes. Physics The prize was awarded jointly to cherenkov, pavel alekseyevich,USSR, Physics Institute of USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow, b. 1904, d http://www.multied.com/20th/1958.html
Extractions: Front Page National Southern States Other States ... Next 2001 WOLFGANG KETTERLE, ERIC CORNELL AND CARL WEIMANN for their achievement of Bose-Einstein condensation in dilute gases of alkali atoms and for early fundamental studies of the properties of the condensates. 2000-1991 2000 ZHORES I. ALFEROV, and HERBERT KROEMER for developing semiconductor heterostructures used in high-speed- and opto- electronics and JACK ST. CLAIR KILBY for his part in invention of the integrated circuit. 1999 GERARDUS 'T HOOFT, and MARTINUS J.G. VELTMAN for elucidating the quantum structure of electroweak interactions in physics. 1998 ROBERT B. LAUGHLIN, HORST L. STORMER and DANIEL C. TSUI for their discovery of a new form of quantum fluid with fractionally charged excitations. 1997 STEVEN CHU, CLAUDE COHEN-TANNOUDJI and WILLIAM D. PHILLIPS for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light. 1996 DAVID M. LEE, DOUGLAS D. OSHEROFF and ROBERT C. RICHARDSON for their discovery of superfluidity in helium-3.
Nobel Prize Winners In Physics nobel Prize Winners in Physics. Physics 1901. cherenkov, pavel alekseyevich, USSR,Physics Institute of USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow, *1904, + 1990;. http://www.slcc.edu/schools/hum_sci/physics/whatis/nobel.html
Extractions: Nobel Prize Winners in Physics R~NTGEN, WILHELM CONRAD, Germany, Munich University,* 1845, + 1923: "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by the discovery of the remarkable rays subsequently named after him". The prize was awarded jointly to: LORENTZ, HENDRIK ANTOON, the Netherlands, Leyden University, * 1853, + 1928; and ZEEMAN, PIETER, the Netherlands, Amsterdam University, * 1865, + 1943: "in recognition of the extraordinary service they rendered by their researches into the influence of magnetism upon radiation phenomena". The prize was divided, one half being awarded to: BECQUEREL, ANTOINE HENRI, France, äcole Polytechnique, Paris, * 1852, + 1908: "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by his discovery of spontaneous radioactivity"; the other half jointly to: CURIE, PIERRE, France, äcole municipale de physique et de chimie industrielles, (Municipal School of Industrial Physics and Chemistry), Paris, * 1859, + 1906; and his wife CURIE, MARIE, n»e SKLODOWSKA, France, * 1867 (in Warsaw, Poland), + 1934: "in recognition of the extraordinary services they have rendered by their joint researches on the radiation phenomena discovered by Professor Henri Becquerel".
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Paul pavel alekseyevich cherenkov (19041990) Soviet physicist. Co-winner of the1958 nobel Prize for Physics. Paul J. Flory (1910-1885) American chemist. http://www.geocities.com/edgarbook/names/p/paul.html
Premio Nobel De Física - Wikipedia Translate this page Ver enlace http//www.nobel.se/physics/laureates/index.html. Arthur Glaser 1959 EmilioGino Segrè, Owen Chamberlain 1958 pavel alekseyevich cherenkov, Il´ja http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Premio_Nobel/Física
July 15 - Today In Science History pavel alekseyevich cherenkov. (source), Born 15 July 1904 Soviet physicist who sharedthe 1958 nobel Prize for Physics with fellow Soviet scientists Igor Y. Tamm http://www.todayinsci.com/7/7_15.htm
Extractions: American microbiologist who recognized the existance of the organisms Archaea as a third domain of life, distinct from the previously recognized two domains of bacteria, and life other than bacteria. On 2 Nov 1977, his identification of methanogens, a form of life dating back some 3.5 billion years, was reported from the University of Illinois. Woese had long studied the evolutionary track of DNA and RNA. In 1976, he was approached by his colleague Ralph Wolfe, who presented a group of methane producing organisms. Woese studied their RNA and recognized their lack of the entire oligonucleotide sequences. Methanogens are found in oxygen-deficient environments, and mostly obtain their energy by reducing CO and oxidizing hydrogen, and releasing methane. Leon Max Lederman American physicist who, along with Melvin Schwartz and Jack Steinberger, received the Nobel Prize for Physics in1988 for their joint research and discovery (1960-62) of a new subatomic particle, the muon neutrino. Neutrinos are subatomic particles that have no detectable mass and no electric charge, that travel at the speed of light. The discovery of muon neutrinos, a new type of neutrino, was followed by discoveries by other scientists of a number of different "families" of subatomic particle. Together, they now form a standard model, a scheme that has been used to classify all known elementary particles. He was director of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Ill. (1979-89).
July 28 - Today In Science History pavel alekseyevich cherenkov. (source), Born 28 July 1904; died 6 Jan 1990. Sovietphysicist who shared the 1958 nobel Prize for Physics with fellow Soviet http://www.todayinsci.com/7/7_28.htm
Extractions: Gerd Faltings is a German mathematician who was awarded the Fields Medal, the highest honour that a young mathematician can receive, in 1986, primarily for his proof of the Mordell Conjecture which he achieved using methods of arithmetic algebraic geometry. He has also been closely linked with the work leading to the final proof of Fermat's Last Theorem by Andrew Wiles. In 1983 Faltings proved that for every n > 2 there are at most a finite number of coprime integers x, y, z with xn + yn = zn. This was a major step but a proof that the finite number was in all cases did not seem likely to follow by extending Falting's arguments. American research physician whose discovery of an antigen that provokes antibody response against hepatitis B led to the development by other researchers of a successful vaccine against the disease. He shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1976 with D. Carleton Gajdusek for their work on the origins and spread of infectious viral... Jacques Piccard Born 28 July 1922 Jacques (-Ernest-Jean) Piccard is a Swiss oceanic engineer, economist, and physicist, who helped his father, Auguste Piccard, build the bathyscaphe for deep-sea exploration and who also invented the mesoscaphe, an undersea vessel for exploring middle depths. Made deepest ocean dive ever at 35,800 feet in 1960.
Nobel For Physics All Laureates Glaser 1959 Emilio Gino Segrè, Owen Chamberlain 1958 pavel alekseyevich cherenkov,Il´ja The nobel Prize A History of Genius, Controversy and Prestige by http://www.popular-science.net/nobel/phy-list.html
Nobel Prize In Physics Winners 2002 nobel Prize in Physics Winners 20021901. pavel alekseyevich cherenkov , IL'JAMIKHAILOVICH FRANK and IGOR YEVGENYEVICH TAMM for the discovery and the http://fatihince.tripod.com/nobel.html
Premi Nobel Fisica Translate this page CHAMBERLAIN. 1958, pavel alekseyevich cherenkov - IL'JA MICHAILOVICHFRANK - IGOR YEVGENYEVICH TAMM. 1957, CHEN NING YANG - TSUNG DAO LEE. http://www.econofisica.com/premi nobel fisica.htm
Extractions: JACK ST. CLAIR KILBY GERARDUS 'T HOOFT - MARTINUS J.G. VELTMAN ROBERT B. LAUGHLIN - HORST L. STORMER - DANIEL C. TSUI STEVEN CHU - CLAUDE COHEN TANNOUDJI - WILLIAM D. PHILLIPS DAVID M. LEE - DOUGLAS D. OSHEROFF - ROBERT C. RICHARDSON MARTIN L. PERL - FREDERICK REINES BERTRAM N. BROCKHOUSE - CLIFFORD G. SHULL RUSSEL A. HULSE - JOSERPH H. TAYLOR JR GEORGES CHARPAK PIERRE-GILLES DE GENNES JEROME I. FRIEDMAN - HENRY W. KENDALL - RICHARD E. TAYLOR NORMAN F. RAMSEY - HANS G. DEHMELT - WOLFGANG PAUL LEON M. LEDERMAN - MELVIN SCHWARTZ - JACK STEINBERGER J. GEORG BEDNORZ - K. ALEXANDER MULLER ERNST RUSKA - GERD BINNIG - HEINRICH ROHRER KLAUS VON KLITZING CARLO RUBBIA - SIMON VAN DER MEER SUBRAMANYAN CHANDRASEKHAR - WILLIAM A. FOWLER KENNETH G. WILSON NICOLAAS BLOEMBERGEN - ARTHUR L. SCHAWLOW - KAI M. SIEGBAHN JAMES W. CRONIN - VAL L. FITCH SHELDON L. GLASHOW - ABDUS SALAM - STEVEN WEINBERG
FÝZÝK NOBEL ÖDÜLLERÝ FIZIK nobel ÖDÜLLERI. 1901. RÖNTGEN, WILHELM CONRAD. cherenkov, pavel alekseyevich.SSCB, SSCB Bilimler Akademisi Fizik Enstitüsü, Moskova, d. 1904, ö. http://www.tubitak.gov.tr/nobel/fizik-nodul.html
Extractions: FÝZÝK NOBEL ÖDÜLLERÝ RÖNTGEN, WILHELM CONRAD Almanya, Münih Üniversitesi, d.1845, ö.1923: Sonradan adýyla anýlmaya baþlayacak olan önemli ýþýn tipini buluþuyla olanaklý kýldýðý üstün hizmetler için LORENTZ, HENDRIK ANTOON Hollanda, Leyden Üniversitesi, d.1853, ö. 1928 ZEEMAN, PIETER Hollanda, Amsterdam Üniversitesi, d.1865, ö. 1943: Manyetizmanýn radyasyon üzerine etkileri konusundaki çalýþmalarýyla verdikleri üstün hizmetler için BECQUEREL, ANTOINE HENRI Fransa, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, d.1852, ö.1908: Kendiliðinden radyoaktiflik olgusunu keþfiyle saðladýðý üstün hizmetler için CURIE, PIERRE Fransa, Ecole municipale de physique et de chimie industrielles, Paris, d.1859, ö. 1906; ve eþi: CURIE i MARIE, nee SKLODOWSKA Fransa, d.1867 (Varþova, Polonya), ö.1934: Profesör Henri Becquerel tarafýndan bulunan radyasyon olgusu üzerine yaptýklarý ortak çalýþmalarla saðladýklarý üstün hizmetler için RAYLEIGH, Lord (J. W. STRUTT) Ýngiltere, Royal Institution, Londra, d.1842, ö.1919: Önemli gazlarýn çoðunun yoðunluklarýný buluþu ve bu çalýþmalarý sýrasýnda argonu keþfediþi için LENARD, PHILIPP EDUARD ANTON
Prêmio Nobel De Física Lista dos ganhadores do Prêmio nobel de Física. 1960 Donald Arthur Glaser 1959 EmilioGino Segrè, Owen Chamberlain 1958 pavel alekseyevich cherenkov, Il´ja http://www.ahistoriadafisica.hpg.ig.com.br/nobel.htm