Willis Eugene Lamb, Jr.

1938-1952 Columbia University, New York, NY 
 1951-1956 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 1956-1962 University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
 1962-1974 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
 1974-2003 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
"Willis Lamb"

(1913 - 2008)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1955 was divided equally between Willis Eugene Lamb "for his discoveries concerning the fine structure of the hydrogen spectrum" and Polykarp Kusch "for his precision determination of the magnetic moment of the electron".

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J. Robert Oppenheimer grad student 1938 UC Berkeley
 (I. On the Capture of Slow Neutrons in Hydrogenuous Substances, II. Electromagnetic Properties of Nuclear Systems)


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Peter Havas grad student 1944 Columbia
Bernard T. Feld grad student 1945 Columbia
Norman M. Kroll grad student 1948 Columbia
Theodore Harold Maiman grad student 1955 Stanford
Robert Novick grad student 1955 Columbia
Lee R Wilcox grad student 1957 Stanford
Balazs L. Gyorffy grad student 1966 Yale
Marlan O. Scully grad student 1966 Yale
Paul R. Berman grad student 1969 Yale
T. Michael Sanders post-doc Stanford
Richard Bersohn post-doc 1950 Columbia
Stig Stenholm post-doc 1967-1968 Yale
Marvin Leventhal research scientist 1964-1966 Yale (Astronomy Tree)
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Lamb WE, Schlicher RR, Scully MO. (1987) Matter-field interaction in atomic physics and quantum optics. Physical Review. a, General Physics. 36: 2763-2772
Sargent Iii M, Scully MO, Lamb WE. (1970) Buildup of laser oscillations from quantum noise. Applied Optics. 9: 2423-7
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