Daniel Kleppner

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for groundbreaking work in atomic physics of hydrogenic systems, including research on the hydrogen maser, Rydberg atoms and Bose-Einstein condensation. (2005, Wolf Prize in Physics)
For his pioneering scientific studies of the interaction of atoms and light including Rydberg atoms, cavity quantum electrodynamics, quantum chaos; for developing techniques that opened the way to Bose Einsein Condensation in a gas; and for lucid explanat (2006, National Medal of Science for Physical Science)
 

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1932-12-16
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