Melvin Schwartz (born on November 2nd 1932 and deceased the August 28th 2006), is a physicist states-unien. He received the Nobel Prize of physics in 1988, in co-operation with Leon Lederman and Jack Steinberger, for his work on the Neutrino S.
Schwartz grew in the town of New York, during the Grande depression, before going to the Bronx High School off Science . He studied thereafter with the Université of Columbia, whereas Isidor Isaac Rabi (prize winner of the Nobel Prize him also) was with the head of the physical department. Melvin Schwartz became then professor attending the Université of Columbia in 1958. Jack Steinberger, with which it divided its Nobel Prize, was its mentor and friend, and it is Tsung-CAD Lee, Nobel Prize of physics in 1957 which was at the base of the experiments for which Schwartz accepted the Nobel Prize in 1988. In 1966, after seventeen last years with Columbia, Schwartz leaves in California to teach with Stanford, where SLAC, physics laboratory ultramodern was completed. It was then engaged in new project studies.
Its school and university course is close to that of its compatriot Leon NR. Cooper, prize winner of the Nobel Prize of physique him too.
- Prizes winner of the Nobel Prize 1988
- Autobiography Nobel
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