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".

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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
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. 81: 100-101
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, Pease FG, Pearson F. (1929) Repetition of the Michelson-Morley experiment Nature. 123: 88
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 MEASUREMENT OF THE VELOCITY OF LIGHT. Science (New York, N.Y.). 60: 391-2
Michelson AA. (1924) New measurement of the velocity of light Nature. 114: 831
Michelson AA. (1923) LIGHT WAVES IN ASTRONOMY. Science (New York, N.Y.). 57: 703-7
Michelson AA, Gale HG. (1919) THE RIGIDITY OF THE EARTH. Science (New York, N.Y.). 50: 327-8
Michelson AA, Gale HG. (1919) The rigidity of the earth [3] Nature. 104: 114
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