Schawlow

Schawlow may refer to:

  • Arthur Schawlow, a Jewish immigrant from Latvia
    • Arthur Leonard Schawlow (1921 - 1999), a Jewish American physicist
      • Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science (since 1991), a prize has been awarded annually by The American Physical Society
      • 10448 Schawlow (4314 T-3), a main-belt asteroid
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Lazor - History - Laser
... In 1957, Charles Hard Townes and Arthur Leonard Schawlow, then at Bell Labs, began a serious study of the infrared laser ... filed a patent application for their proposed optical maser and Schawlow and Townes submitted a manuscript of their theoretical calculations to the Physical Review, published that year in ... Schawlow and Townes had agreed to an open-resonator laser design – apparently unaware of Prokhorov’s publications and Gould’s unpublished laser work ...
History - Laser
... In 1957, Charles Hard Townes and Arthur Leonard Schawlow, then at Bell Labs, began a serious study of the infrared laser ... Schawlow and Townes had agreed to an open-resonator laser design – apparently unaware of Prokhorov’s publications and Gould’s unpublished laser work ... of Townes, at Columbia University, Arthur Schawlow, at Bell Labs, and Gould, at the TRG (Technical Research Group) company ...
Arthur L. Schawlow Prize In Laser Science
... Schawlow Prize in Laser Science is a prize that has been awarded annually by the American Physical Society since 1991 ... Schawlow (1921–1999), laser pioneer and Nobel laureate, and as of 2007 it is valued at $10,000 ...
Arthur Leonard Schawlow - Biography
... His mother, Helen (Mason), was from Canada, and his father, Arthur Schawlow, was a Jewish immigrant from Latvia (Schawlow was raised in his mother's Protestant religion) ... After earning his undergraduate degree Schawlow continued in graduate school at the University of Toronto which was interrupted due to World War II ... Schawlow and Professor Robert Hofstadter at Stanford, who also had an autistic child, teamed up to help each other find solutions to the condition ...
Ruby Laser - History
... In 1958, after Charles Townes and Arthur Schawlow published an article in the Physical Review, regarding the idea of optical masers, the race to build a working model began ... While attending a conference in 1959, Maiman listened to a speech given by Schawlow, describing the use of ruby as a lasing medium ... Schawlow stated that pink ruby, having a lowest energy-state that was too close to the ground-state, would require too much pumping energy for laser operation, suggesting red ruby as a possible ...