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Roy J. Glauber, Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics, winner 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics


Roy Glauber and Valerie Fleishman
(Cambridge, MA - October 4, 2005) - Harvard University Professor of Physics Roy J. Glauber was awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. Glauber shares a laugh with his daughter, Valerie Fleishman, right, in his office at Harvard. ((Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard University News Office)) Click here for large downloadable photo.

Roy Glauber
(Cambridge, MA - October 4, 2005) - Harvard University Professor of Physics Roy J. Glauber was awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. Glauber in his office at Harvard University checking his email while photographers from the national media photograph him. ((Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard University News Office)) Click here for large downloadable photo.

Roy Glauber
(Cambridge, MA - October 4, 2005) - Harvard University Professor of Physics Roy J. Glauber was awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. On the blackboard behind him is his equation. ((Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard University News Office)) Click here for large downloadable photo.

Roy Glauber and Valerie Fleishman
(Cambridge, MA - October 4, 2005) - Harvard University Professor of Physics Roy J. Glauber was awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. Glauber and his daughter Valerie Fleishman at a press conference. ((Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard University News Office)) Click here for large downloadable photo.

Roy Glauber
(Cambridge, MA - October 4, 2005) - Harvard University Professor of Physics Roy J. Glauber at a press conference about his Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. ((Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard University News Office)) Click here for large downloadable photo.

Roy Glauber (Cambridge, MA - October 4, 2005) - Harvard University Professor of Physics Roy J. Glauber speaks at a press conference about his Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. ((Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard University News Office)) Click here for large downloadable photo.
Roy Glauber
(Arlington, MA - October 4, 2005) - Harvard University Professor of Physics Roy J. Glauber at his home in Arlington, MA speaks to reporters on the phone about his Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. ((Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard University News Office)) Click here for large downloadable photo.
(Arlington, MA - October 4, 2005) - Harvard University Professor of Physics Roy J. Glauber, left, in his kitchen at his home in Arlington, MA speaks with friends Bea Kleppner, center, and Dan Kleppner, a professor of Physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology after learning of his Nobel Prize for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence. ((Staff photo Justin Ide/Harvard University News Office)) Click here for large downloadable photo.

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Harvard News Office file photos by Jane Reed.

 




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