Extractions: Artist/Architect Maya Lin Bill Moyers Explores the Personal Journeys of Five Prominent Chinese Americans in One-On-One Interviews Premieres on PBS March 25-27 from 10:30 - 11:00 p.m. BECOMING AMERICAN: Personal Journeys is a three-part series of conversations with five prominent Chinese Americans who have contributed to American life. The 30-minute programs feature one-on-one interviews by Bill Moyers with author Gish Jen, Nobel prize-winning physicist Samuel Ting, AIDS researcher David Ho, businesswoman Shirley Young, and artist Maya Lin. The series is a complement to BECOMING AMERICAN: The Chinese Experience and amplifies the larger ideas of the documentary series through an intimate look at the lives of five distinguished individuals from the fields of literature, science, business, medicine and the arts.
Samual C. C. Ting In 1976 ting shared the nobel Prize in physics with fellow American physicist BurtonRichter for independently discovering the Series. Professor samuel CC ting. http://physics.hkbu.edu.hk/fop/ccting_info_eng.htm
Extractions: Samuel Chao Chung Ting - American physicist. In 1976 Ting shared the Nobel Prize in physics with fellow American physicist Burton Richter for independently discovering the elementary particle J/psi. The discovery of the J/psi particle provided evidence for the existence of a fourth quark, called charm, which had been predicted but never proven to exist. Quarks are the building blocks of elementary particles, and physicists now believe there are six types of quarks. Distinguished Lecture Series Professor Samuel C.C. Ting Lecture 1 : Search for antimatter and dark matter in the universe Oct 28, 1999 4:00pm Wing Lung Bank Building Lecture 2 : Encounter with 20th century physics Oct 29, 1999 4:30pm Wing Lung Bank Building
Welcome Message - Prof Hu From October to December, four distinguished physicists CN Yang, samuel CC ting,Dan Tsui and Professor samuel ting, 1976 Physics nobel laureate, will http://physics.hkbu.edu.hk/fop/headmessage_eng.htm
Extractions: Dear Friends and Students, From October to December, four distinguished physicists: C.N. Yang, Samuel C.C. Ting, Dan Tsui and Paul C.W. Chu will be visiting the Hong Kong Baptist University. The University will hold a series of events to celebrate their presence. The following is a summary of the major events featured in the "Festival of Physics": The first event is on October 28-29. Professor Samuel Ting, 1976 Physics Nobel laureate, will deliver a lecture in the Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS) on October 28. On October 29 Professor Ting will give another public lecture. The second event is on December 4. Prof. C.N. Yang, 1957 Physics Nobel laureate, and Professor Paul C.W. Chu, a pioneer in high temperature superconductivity, will deliver two public lectures. On December 15, Professor Dan Tsui, 1998 Physics Nobel laureate, will pay a visit to the University. Details of his visit will be announced later. In February 2000, the Physics Students Society will organize a Physics Academic Week for the general public. In April 2000, a physics student project competition will be he
Inside ER - March/April nobel Prize winning scientist Dr. samuel CC ting, the first recipient of the ThomasDudley Cabot Professorship of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of http://www.pnl.gov/er_news/04_98/inside.htm
Extractions: This issue... ER Briefly Inside ER Magnetic Reconnection, Solar Flares, and You Riddle Scheme Reveals Gene Mysteries Working Science People ... E-mail Reminder By Robert E. Allen ER 's Office of High Energy Physics is supporting the scientific leadership and part of the funding for the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) experiment, which will be launched into space on the Space Shuttle Discovery 's 24th mission (May 28, 1998). The scientific goal of this high energy experiment is to increase our understanding of the composition and origin of the universe. The AMS is a spectrometer instrument weighing more than 4 tons (containing a two-ton magnet) that will search for and measure charged particles, including antimatter nuclei in cosmic rays. Development of this instrument is the result of a collaborative effort among 44 research institutions around the world. The AMS will be the first large magnet experiment to orbit the Earth. The shuttle flight will provide the AMS with 100 hours of flight time to thoroughly test the detector in preparation for its future three-year mission on the International Space Station Alpha. This spectrometer is sensitive enough to detect minute quantities of antimatter present in cosmic rays coming from outside the galaxy. AMS can measure one anti-Helium nucleon per 100 million Helium nuclei. Thus, AMS may be the first experiment to detect antimatter.
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Extractions: In 1963, S.C.C. Ting was granted a Ford Foundation Fellowship to work at the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland. He returned to the United States in 1964 to become an instructor at Columbia University in New York. In 1966, he became the leader of an experimental group at the Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron in Hamburg, Germany. In 1969, he was appointed Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Cambridge, Massachusetts and in 1977 he was selected as the first recipient of the Thomas Dudley Cabot Institute Professorship at MIT.¡@
Prémios Nobel nobel * Physics 1976 The prize was divided equally between RICHTER, BURTON, USA,Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford, CA, * 1931; ting, samuel CC, http://pintopc.home.cern.ch/pintopc/www/divers/Premio_nobel.html
World Known Scientists Visit CAS scientists are five nobel Prize laureates and one Field Prize winner Chen Ning Yang,TsungDao Lee, samuel CC ting, all being laureates of the nobel Prize for http://www.bulletin.ac.cn/ACTION/2000081301.htm
Extractions: World known scientists visit CAS Chinese President Jiang Zemin meets with six well-known scientists on August 5. The six scientists are five Nobel Prize laureates: Chen Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee, Samuel C.C. Ting, Rudolph A. Marcus, Hartmut Michel, and Shing-Tung Yau who was awarded the Fields Prize in 1983. The six scientists are in China at the invitation of CAS. At the invitation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), six celebrated scientists recently came to China to attend a consultation panel on the on-going pilot scheme of Knowledge Innovation Program (KIP), which aims to restructure the academy into a world class knowledge innovation center within the decade. The six scientists are five Nobel Prize laureates and one Field Prize winner: Chen Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee, Samuel C.C. Ting, all being laureates of the Nobel Prize for Physics, and Rudoph A. Marcus, an awardee the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1992 and Hartmut Michel, a German biochemist who won the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1988, and Prof. Sing Tung Yau, who won the Field Prize in 1983. All of them are CAS foreign members. As part of their agenda, three scientists gave talks at the academy
Extractions: In the crucial transition period from the initiative phase to the overall implementing phase of the Academy¡¯s Knowledge Innovation Program (KIP), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), based on the experience of the KIP initiative phase, has attached great importance to the broad solicitation of suggestions on the overall implementing phase of the KIP with the aim at further clarifying its position in the National Innovation System and setting up goals and measures for the development and reform in the next few years. On 4th August 2000, an International Consultation Symposium on the Pilot Projects of the Knowledge Innovation Program was held at CAS. Several world famous scientists, the Nobel Prize winners Prof. Chen Ning Yang, Prof. Samuel C.C. Ting, Prof. Hartmut Michel, Prof. Rudolph A. Marcus as well as the Fields Prize winner Prof. Shing-Tung Yau, were invited to the Symposium. They are all CAS Foreign Members. CAS solicited their constructive comments on the Knowledge Innovation Program. During their stay in China, three of them gave special lectures at the CAS Innovation Strategic Forum. 1983 Fields Prize winner, Prof. Prof. Shing-Tung Yau from Harvard University lectured on ¡°The Mathematics in the 21
Nobel Physics Prize - Press Release 1976 the 1976 nobel Prize for physics to be shared equally between Professor Burton Richter,Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, USA, and Professor samuel CC ting, http://physics.uplb.edu.ph/laureates/1976/press.html
Extractions: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the 1976 Nobel Prize for physics to be shared equally between Professor Burton Richter Stanford Linear Accelerator Center , USA, and Professor Samuel C.C. Ting Massachusetts Institute of Technology , Cambridge, USA, for their pioneering work in the discovery of a heavy elementary particle of a new kind The prize is awarded for discoveries in the exploration of the smallest components of matter, smaller than atoms and their nuclei. According to Einstein's well-known law of energy and mass, E=mc , large amounts of kinetic energy are required to create a heavy particle. In addition the energy must be concentrated. The two prize experiments were made independently of one another at two of the world's largest particle accelerators. Ting and his associates have constructed their equipment in connection with the proton machine at the Brookhaven National Laboratory . The accelerator is a device with a diameter of some 200 metres and the measurement equipment of the Ting team is close on 15 metres in length. Richter and his co-workers have their equipment connected to the 3 km long, linear electron accelerator at the
La Nación - Estación 21 afirmó hoy el Premio nobel de Física, samuel CC ting, quien realiza una http://www.nacion.com/ESTACION21/1999/febrero/24/universo.html
SAMUEL CHAO CHUNG TING samuel CC ting. born on 27 January 1936 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the first of threechildren of Kuan Hai ting, a professor From nobel Lectures, Physics 19711980 http://www.nstm.gov.tw/nobel/evip/evip_ting.htm
Extractions: SAMUEL C. C. TING I was born on 27 January 1936 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the first of three children of Kuan Hai Ting, a professor of engineering, and Tsun-Ying Wang, a professor of psychology. My parents had hoped that I would be born in China, but as I was born prematurely while they were visiting the United States, by accident of birth I became an American citizen. Two months after my birth we returned to China. Owing to wartime conditions I did not have a traditional education until I was twelve. Nevertheless, my parents were always associated with universities, and I thus had the opportunity of meeting the many accomplished scholars who often visited us. Perhaps because of this early infiuence I have always had the desire to be associated with university life.
Taipei Times - Archives nobel laureate samuel ting, center, and National Cheng Kung University Alpha MagneticSpectrometer (AMS) project led by samuel CC ting (?), connecting http://taipeitimes.com/News/archives/2002/10/01/0000170245
Extractions: Subscribe FAQ Contact Us Search last 2 months (case-sensitive) Advanced Search Print version Mail this link NCKU joins antimatter search SPACE STUDIES: National Cheng Kung University announced yesterday that it will be joining the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to help in the project's aim of learning more about the beginning of the universe National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) yesterday joined an international scientific research project aimed at looking for antimatter in space. The university announced at a press conference yesterday that it will be joining the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) project led by Samuel C.C. Ting (¤B»F¤¤), connecting itself to academic circles at the international level.
SLAC Archives & History Office - Nobel Prizes SLAC nobel PRIZES Burton Richter (SLAC) and samuel CC ting (MIT) shared the 1976nobel Prize in Physics for their pioneering work in the discovery of a heavy http://www.slac.stanford.edu/history/nobel.shtml
Extractions: Owner: L. O'Hara SLAC NOBEL PRIZES Burton Richter (SLAC) and Samuel C. C. Ting (MIT) shared the 1976 Nobel Prize in Physics "for their pioneering work in the discovery of a heavy elementary particle of a new kind." Richard E. Taylor (SLAC), Jerome E. Friedman (MIT), and Henry W. Kendall (MIT) shared the 1990 Nobel Prize in Physics "for their pioneering investigations concerning deep inelastic scattering of electrons on protons and bound neutrons, which have been of essential importance for the development of the quark model in particle physics." Martin L. Perl won the 1995 Nobel Prize "for the discovery of the tau lepton." The SPEAR Storage Ring was the site of the discoveries which led to the awards of the 1976 and 1995 prizes.
Extractions: Raymond Davis Jr., a retired chemist at the U.S.Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory, which is comanaged by Stony Brook University, has won the Nobel Prize in Physics for detecting solar neutrinos, ghostlike particles produced in the nuclear reactions that power the sun. Davis shares the prize with Masatoshi Koshiba of Japan, and Riccardo Giacconi of the U.S. In awarding the prize to Davis and Koshiba, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences cited both "for pioneering contributions to astrophysics, in particular for the detection of cosmic neutrinos." Giacconi was cited "for pioneering contributions to astrophysics, which have led to the discovery of cosmic X-ray sources."
Extractions: and Predecessor Agencies Alphabetical Listing Also available Name Field Year Title of Prize Luis W. Alvarez Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Carl D. Anderson Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics John Bardeen Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics George Wells Beadle Medicine The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Hans A. Bethe Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Felix Bloch Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Paul D. Boyer Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry Melvin Calvin Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry Owen Chamberlain Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Leon Cooper Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Allan M. Cormack Medicine The Nobel Prize in Physiology or
Extractions: and Predecessor Agencies Chronological Listing Also available Name Field Year Title of Prize Raymond Davis, Jr. Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Alan MacDiarmid Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry Robert B. Laughlin Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Paul D. Boyer Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry Robert F. Curl, Jr. Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry David Lee Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Douglas D. Osheroff Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Richard E. Smalley Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry Mario Molina Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry Martin L. Perl Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Frederick Reines Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics F. Sherwood Rowland Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry Clifford G. Shull Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Russell A. Hulse Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Rudolph Marcus Chemistry The Nobel Prize in Chemistry Jerome Friedman Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Henry Kendall Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Richard Taylor Physics The Nobel Prize in Physics Norman F. Ramsey
Physicists - Ting stamina that made samuel CC ting discovered the J particle, the fourth type ofelementary particle that constitutes matter. This won him the nobel Prize in http://www.hk-phy.org/history/eng/ting_e.html
Extractions: "In the rainy season of a city like Boston, there are thousands of raindrops fallen in a minute. If there is one droplet in different color, we must find that droplet out." It was his astonishing firm; persistent stamina that made Samuel C. C. Ting discovered the "J" particle, the fourth type of elementary particle that constitutes matter. This won him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1976, that means coming after Chen-Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee, he became the third Chinese scientist who was awarded the same honor. Samuel C.C.Ting was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. on 27th January 1936, when his parents were visiting the America. Three months later, he returned to China with his parents. It was in the early stage of the Second World War, and Japan had launched her invading plan on China. Therefore, Ting spent his childhood in repeated fleeing within China's border in turmoil. At that time, his father was a professor of university and her mother was a revolutionary. Since both of them were working, Ting was brought up by his maternal grandmother. The resolute character of his grandmother had a great effect upon Ting's strict attitude in working. When Ting was twelve, he settled down in Taiwan with his parents. Then he started receiving standard education. It so happened that Japan ended her 50-year-governance of Taiwan, and therefore remained the strict and efficient education system. In the period of his secondary education, Ting was very diligent. He never shrank back when facing difficulties; instead he would investigate thoroughly into the matters until all were made clear. Owing to his serious attitude of learning, he was admitted to the best senior high school in Taipei. To satisfy the desire of pursuing truth, he spent plenty of time in studying Chemistry and Physics. As a result, he had built up a strong foundation in these two subjects that his classmates ever had.
Extractions: Inicio Foros Chat Top 10 ... PREMIOS NOBEL FISICA Richter, Burton (Estados Unidos) Por su trabajo pionero en el descubrimiento de un nuevo tipo de particula elemental pesada. Centro del Acelerador Lineal de Stanford. Stanford, CA, Estados Unidos Ting, Samuel C.C. (Estados Unidos) Por su trabajo pionero en el descubrimiento de un nuevo tipo de particula elemental pesada. Instituto de Tecnología de Massachusetts (MIT). Cambridge, MA, USA Anderson, Philip W. (Estados Unidos) Por sus investigaciones teóricas fundamentales de la estructura electrónica de sistemas magnéticos y desordenados. Laboratorios Bell Telephone. Nurray Hill, NJ, Estados Unidos Mott, Nevill F. Por sus investigaciones teóricas fundamentales de la estructura electrónica de sistemas magneticos y desordenados. Universidad de Cambridge. Cambridge, Gran Bretaña