Albert Abraham Michelson

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
optics, light interferometry
"Albert Abraham Michelson"

(1852 - 1931)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1907 was awarded to Albert A. Michelson "for his optical precision instruments and the spectroscopic and metrological investigations carried out with their aid".

Mean distance: 10.48 (cluster 21)


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Hermann von Helmholtz research scientist 1880-1881 Universität Berlin
Alfred Cornu research scientist 1881-1882 École Polytechnique


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Henry Gordon Gale grad student 1899 Chicago
Frank Baldwin Jewett grad student 1902 Chicago
Harvey Brace Lemon grad student 1912 Chicago
Lachlan Gilchrist grad student 1913 Chicago (Geotree)
Robert A. Millikan research scientist 1896 Chicago
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Michelson AA, Pease FG, Pearson F. (1935) MEASUREMENT OF THE VELOCITY OF LIGHT IN A PARTIAL VACUUM. Science (New York, N.Y.). 81: 100-1
Balch AC, Ballard RH, Millikan RA, et al. (1931) ADDRESSES AT THE DINNER IN HIS HONOR. Science (New York, N.Y.). 73: 375-9
Michelson AA, Gale HG, Dobbie JC. (1930) The Ranges and Phase‐displacements of the Earth and Ocean Tides. A New Investigation based on an Experiment Geophysical Journal International. 2: 233-259
Michelson AA. (1927) Measurement of the Velocity of Light Between Mount Wilson and Mount San Antonio The Astrophysical Journal. 65: 1
Michelson AA, Gale HG. (1925) The Effect of the Earth's Rotation on the Velocity of Light, II. The Astrophysical Journal. 61: 137
Michelson AA, Gale HG. (1925) The Effect of the Earth's Rotation on the Velocity of Light Nature. 115: 566-566
Michelson AA, Gale HG. (1925) The effect of the earth's rotation on the velocity of light [1] Nature. 115: 566
Michelson AA. (1924) Preliminary Experiments on the Velocity of Light The Astrophysical Journal. 60: 256
Michelson AA. (1920) A Modification of the Revolving Mirror Method for Measuring the Velocity of Light. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 6: 476-7
Michelson AA, Gale HG. (1919) THE RIGIDITY OF THE EARTH. Science (New York, N.Y.). 50: 327-8
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