Ladislas Goldstein Papers, 1947-1972 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 11/6/24
Volume: 5.6 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Ladislas Goldstein (1906-1972), professor of Electrical Engineering (1951-72) and visiting professor of Physics at the University of Paris-Orsay (1957-58, 1963-64, 1967-68), including correspondence with scientists, research foundations, corporations, government agencies, professional societies, university and departmental administrators, faculty and graduate students and research proposals, contracts, renewals, progress, reports, data, photographs, financial statements and reprints relating to gaseous electronics of plasma, microwave propagation through media containing free electrons, infrared radiation detection, and nuclear physics. The papers include administrative documentation relating to the Gaseous Electronics Laboratory and programs and correspondence for international scientific conferences and symposia. Correspondents include John G. Anderson (General Electric), V. A. Bailey (Sydney), Terenzio Consoli (Saclay), Jean-Loup Delcroix (Orsay), Pierre A. Grivet (Orsay), Henry Margenau (Yale), Tadashi Seckiguchi (Tokyo), Joseph Taillet (Saclay), Joseph T. Verdeyen (Illinois) and Stanley D. Winter (Saclay). Goldstein was visiting professor at the University of Rome (May - June 1958) and recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship (1957-58) and the Microwave Prize (1958).