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Physicists

There are one hundred and two Physicists called David.

  • David Hilbert

    David Hilbert is a Physicist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Hilbert)

  • David Deutsch

    David Deutsch is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Deutsch)

  • David Fabricius

    David Fabricius (March 9, 1564, Esens - May 7, 1617, Osteel) was a German theologian who made two major discoveries in the early days of telescopic astronomy, jointly with his eldest son, Johannes Fabricius (1587-1615).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Fabricius)

  • Carl David Anderson

    Carl David Anderson is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Carl David Anderson)

  • Brian David Josephson

    Brian David Josephson is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Brian David Josephson)

  • David Rittenhouse

    David Rittenhouse is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Rittenhouse)

  • David Griffiths (physicist)

    David J. Griffiths (born 1942) is a U.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Griffiths (physicist))

  • David L. Rabinowitz

    David L. Rabinowitz is a Physicist... ( from the wikipedia article on David L. Rabinowitz)

  • David Cromwell

    David Cromwell (born 1962, Glasgow) is a Scottish oceanographer, writer and activist. He is the author of Private Planet (Charlbury: Jon Carpenter Publishing, 2001) and of numerous articles published in several newspapers and magazines.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Cromwell)

  • David Malin

    David Malin is a Physicist... ( from the wikipedia article on David Malin)

  • David J. Stevenson

    David J. Stevenson (born September 2, 1948) is a professor of planetary science at Caltech.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David J. Stevenson)

  • David Bates (physicist)

    David Bates (physicist) is a Physicist... ( from the wikipedia article on David Bates (physicist))

  • David Gross

    David Gross is a Physicist... ( from the wikipedia article on David Gross)

  • David C. Jewitt

    David C. Jewitt is a Professor of astronomy formerly at the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy, now at UCLA.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David C. Jewitt)

  • David Gregory (mathematician)

    David Gregory (originally spelt Gregorie) FRS (3 June 1659 – 10 October 1708) was a Scottish mathematician and astronomer. He was professor of mathematics at the University of Edinburgh, Savilian Professor of Astronomy at the University of Oxford, and a commentator on Isaac Newton's Principia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Gregory (mathematician))

  • David Peck Todd

    David Peck Todd (March 19, 1855 – June 1, 1939) was a noted American astronomer. He produced a complete set of photographs of the 1882 transit of Venus.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Peck Todd)

  • David Schramm (astrophysicist)

    David Norman Schramm (October 25, 1945 – December 19, 1997) was an American astrophysicist. He was born in St.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Schramm (astrophysicist))

  • Carl David Tolmé Runge

    Carl David Tolmé Runge is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Carl David Tolmé Runge)

  • David Mervyn Blow

    David Mervyn Blow is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Mervyn Blow)

  • David Finkelstein

    David Ritz Finkelstein (born July 19, 1929, New York City) is currently an emeritus professor of physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Finkelstein obtained his Ph.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Finkelstein)

  • David Douglass

    David H. Douglass is an American physicist at the University of Rochester.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Douglass)

  • David Goodstein

    David L. Goodstein (born 1939) is a U.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Goodstein)

  • Hugh David Politzer

    Hugh David Politzer is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Hugh David Politzer)

  • Martin David Kruskal

    Martin David Kruskal is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Martin David Kruskal)

  • David Thomas (industrialist)

    David Thomas (3 November 1794 – 20 June 1882) was a native of Wales who was influential in the birth of the Industrial Revolution.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Thomas (industrialist))

  • David Todd Wilkinson

    David Todd Wilkinson (13 May 1935 – 5 September 2002) was a world-renowned pioneer in the field of cosmology, specializing in the study of the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB) left over from the Big Bang. He was born in Hillsdale, Michigan, and earned his Ph.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Todd Wilkinson)

  • David Allan Bromley

    David Allan Bromley is a Physicist... ( from the wikipedia article on David Allan Bromley)

  • David Crighton

    David Crighton is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Crighton)

  • Thomas David Anderson

    Thomas David Anderson (February 6, 1853 – March 31, 1932) was a Scottish amateur astronomer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Thomas David Anderson)

  • F. David Peat

    F. David Peat (born April 18, 1938) was born in Waterloo, England and is a holistic physicist and author who has carried out research in solid state physics and the foundation of quantum theory.... (extract from the wikipedia article on F. David Peat)

  • David H. Frisch

    David H. Frisch ( March 12, 1918- 1991) was an American physicist who helped develop the atom bomb in World War II and later became active in the disarmament movement.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David H. Frisch)

  • David Lee (physicist)

    David Lee (physicist) is a Physicist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Lee (physicist))

  • David Lindley (physicist)

    David Lindley (born 1956) is a theoretical physicist and author. He has worked at Cambridge University and the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, and been an editor at Nature, Science, and Science News.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Lindley (physicist))

  • David Wallace (physicist)

    Professor Sir David James Wallace, CBE, FRS, DL (born 1945) is the Director of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge and master of Churchill College, Cambridge.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Wallace (physicist))

  • A. David Thackeray

    Andrew David Thackeray, an astronomer trained at Cambridge University, was director of the Radcliffe Observatory in Pretoria from 1951 to his retirement in 1974, and the discovererThackeray A.D.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on A. David Thackeray)

  • David Pettifor

    Professor David Pettifor FRS is the Isaac Wolfson Professor of Metallurgy at the University of Oxford. He is also a Fellow of St Edmund Hall, Oxford.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Pettifor)

  • David J. C. MacKay

    David John Cameron MacKay, FRS, (born April 22, 1967) is the professor of natural philosophy in the department of Physics at the University of Cambridge and chief scientific adviser to the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change.DECC press release Before being appointed to the DECC, MacKay was most well known as author of the book Sustainable Energy — Without the Hot Air.... ( from the wikipedia article on David J. C. MacKay)

  • David Awschalom

    David Awschalom is an American condensed matter experimental physicist. He is best known for his work in spintronics in semiconductors.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Awschalom)

  • David N. Payne

    Professor David Neil Payne, CBE FRS FREng (born 13 August 1944) is a professor of photonics. He has made several contributions in areas of optical fibre communications over the last forty years and his work has had an impact on telecommunications and laser technology.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David N. Payne)

  • David Wands

    David Wands is Professor of cosmology at the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, in the University of Portsmouth.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Wands)

  • David Enskog

    David Enskog (April 22, 1884 – June 1, 1947) was a Swedish mathematical physicist. Enskog helped develop the kinetic theory of gases by extending the Maxwell-Boltzmann equations.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Enskog)

  • David McNiven Garner

    David McNiven Garner is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on David McNiven Garner)

  • David Tabor

    David Tabor (23 October 1913 - 26 November 2005) was a British physicist who coined the word tribology for the study of frictional interaction between surfaces.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Tabor)

  • David Strangway

    David William Strangway, OC, FRSC is a Canadian geophysicist and university administrator. Strangway is the founder and Chancellor of Quest University Canada, a private non-profit liberal arts and sciences university in Squamish, British Columbia which opened in September 2007.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Strangway)

  • David Cockayne

    Professor David Cockayne, FRS, FInstPhys, is a professor in the materials science department of the University of Oxford.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Cockayne)

  • David Shoenberg

    David Shoenberg, MBE FRS, (4 January 1911-10 March 2004) was a British physicist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Shoenberg)

  • David Keynes Hill

    David Keynes Hill FRS (23 July 1915-18 August 2002) was a British biophysicist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Keynes Hill)

  • David Darling (astronomer)

    David Darling (born 29 July 1953 in Glossop, Derbyshire) is an English astronomer and full-time freelance science writer. Darling has published numerous popular science works, including Life Everywhere: The Maverick Science of Astrobiology in 2001.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Darling (astronomer))

  • David Alter

    David Alter is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Alter)

  • David Berenstein

    David Berenstein is a theoretical physicist and professor at University of California, Santa Barbara, USA. He received his Ph.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Berenstein)

  • David J. Thouless

    David J. Thouless (born in 1934 in Bearsden, Scotland) is a condensed matter physicist and Wolf Prize winner.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David J. Thouless)

  • David J. Asher

    David J. Asher (born 1966, Edinburgh) is a British astronomer, who works at the Armagh Observatory (IAU code 981) in Northern Ireland.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David J. Asher)

  • David Spergel

    David Nathaniel Spergel (born March 25, 1961), is an American theoretical astrophysicist and Princeton University professor (currently chair of the Department of Astrophysical Sciences) known for his work on the WMAP mission. Professor Spergel is a MacArthur Fellow.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Spergel)

  • David Halliday

    David Halliday (born 1916) is an American physicist widely known for his physics textbooks, Physics and Fundamentals of Physics, which he wrote with Robert Resnick. Both textbooks have been in continuous use since 1960 and are available in twenty languages.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Halliday)

  • David Pritchard (physicist)

    David E. Pritchard is physics professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Pritchard (physicist))

  • David B. Malament

    David B. Malament (born 1947) is an American philosopher of science.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David B. Malament)

  • A. David Buckingham

    Amyand "David" Buckingham, CBE, FRS (born 28 January 1930 in Pymble, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is a chemist, with primary expertise in chemical physics. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom and Emeritus Fellow at Pembroke College, Cambridge.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on A. David Buckingham)

  • David Potts, Jr.

    David Potts, Jr. (November 27, 1794 – June 1, 1863) was an Anti-Masonic member of the U.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Potts, Jr.)

  • David Kennedy (New Zealand)

    David Kennedy (27 April 1864 - 10 March 1936) was born at Lyttelton, New Zealand, the son of an Irish mother and a Scottish father who came to New Zealand from Melbourne in 1863. He became the first New Zealand born priest of the Society of Mary (Marists), a noted astronomer and educator.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Kennedy (New Zealand))

  • David S. Cafiso

    David S. Cafiso (born 18 March 1952) is an American biochemist and a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Virginia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David S. Cafiso)

  • David M. Dennison

    David Mathias Dennison (1900 in Oberlin, Ohio – April 3, 1976) was an American physicist who made contributions to quantum mechanics, spectroscopy, and the physics of molecular structure.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David M. Dennison)

  • David Jaffray

    David A. Jaffray PhD is a Canadian medical physicist and Senior Scientist in the Division of Biophysics and Bioimaging at the Ontario Cancer Institute.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Jaffray)

  • David Pegg (physicist)

    Professor David Pegg is a retiring theoretical physicist at Griffith University, Australia. In his career he has made numerous contributions to our understanding of quantum optics, conceptual physics, in particular the nature of time, and the realization of NMR.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Pegg (physicist))

  • David Mermin

    David Mermin is a Physicist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Mermin)

  • David Deming

    David Deming (born 1954), an American geologist and geophysicist, is an associate professor of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. He graduated from North Central High School in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1972.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Deming)

  • David J. Smith

    David J. Smith is a Regents' Professor of physics at Arizona State University.... ( from the wikipedia article on David J. Smith)

  • David Willey

    David G. Willey is a physics professor at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Willey)

  • David Larbalestier

    David Larbalestier is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Larbalestier)

  • David B. Kaplan

    David B. Kaplan (born 1958) is the director of the Institute for Nuclear Theory (INT) at the University of Washington.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David B. Kaplan)

  • David E. Kaplan

    David E. Kaplan is a theoretical particle physicist at the Johns Hopkins University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David E. Kaplan)

  • David Turnbull (materials scientist)

    David Turnbull (February 18, 1915-April 28, 2007) was an American applied physicist who has made seminal contribution to material science, born in Elmira, Elmira Township, Stark County, Illinois. He graduated from high school in 1932 and then attended Monmouth College, specializing in physical chemistry.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Turnbull (materials scientist))

  • David William Dye

    David William Dye FRS (1887 - 1932) was an English physicist who conducted much early work in, and proved the concept of, quartz clocks. Louis Essen joined Dye's research group at the National Physical Laboratory in 1929 and went on to develop practical clocks after Dye's death.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David William Dye)

  • Raphael David Levine

    Raphael David Levine is a Physicist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Raphael David Levine)

  • David Delano Clark

    David Delano Clark (February 10, 1924 – December 22, 1997) was a nuclear physicist best known for his work at Cornell University building nuclear reactors and using them to perform neutron activation analysis.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Delano Clark)

  • David L. Webster

    David L. Webster is a Physicist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David L. Webster)

  • David Stanley Evans

    David Stanley Evans 28 January 1916 Cardiff, Wales - 14 November 2004 Austin, Texas was a British astronomer, noted for his use of lunar occultations to measure stellar angular diameters during the 1950s. He was first educated at the Cardiff High School for Boys.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Stanley Evans)

  • David Snoke

    David W. Snoke is a Physics professor at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Physics and Astronomy.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Snoke)

  • David Chapman (scientist)

    David Leonard Chapman FRS (6 December 1869 – 17 January 1958) was an English physical chemist, whose name is associated with the Chapman-Jouget treatment (on the theory of detonation in gases) and the Gouy-Chapman layer (the surface layer of ions distributed on a charged surface). He was a fellow of Jesus College, Oxford for 37 years, and was in charge there of the last college laboratory at Oxford University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Chapman (scientist))

  • David Carroll (physicist)

    David Carroll (physicist) is a Physicist... ( from the wikipedia article on David Carroll (physicist))

  • David Grinspoon

    David H. Grinspoon is an American astrobiologist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Grinspoon)

  • David Chandler (chemist)

    David Chandler (born 1944) is a physical chemist who is currently a professor at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a member of the United States National Academy of Sciences and a winner of the Irving Langmuir Award.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Chandler (chemist))

  • David D. Balam

    David D. Balam is a Canadian astronomer and a research associate with University of Victoria's Department of Physics and Astronomy, in Victoria, British Columbia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David D. Balam)

  • David E. Aspnes

    David E. Aspnes is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David E. Aspnes)

  • David K. Ferry

    David K. Ferry is a Physicist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David K. Ferry)

  • David John Candlin

    David John Candlin (1928-?) was a British born physicist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David John Candlin)

  • David Evans (mathematician)

    David Evans is a British applied mathematician noted for his contributions to water waves and acoustics. Together with John Nicholas Newman, he initiated the International Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Evans (mathematician))

  • David Olive

    David Olive (born 1937) FRS, is a British theoretical physicist. Olive made fundamental contributions to the string theory and duality theory.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Olive)

  • David Norman (ornithologist)

    Professor David Norman (born 1949) is a British Chartered Physicist and ornithologist, he has lived in Cheshire since 1978.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Norman (ornithologist))

  • David E. Goldman

    David E. Goldman (1910 - 1998) was a scientist famous for the Goldman equation which he derived for his doctorate degree at Columbia University.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David E. Goldman)

  • David Faiman

    David Faiman (born 1944 in the United Kingdom) is an Israeli engineer and physicist. He is a world expert on solar power.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Faiman)

  • David A. Weitz

    David A. Weitz is a Physicist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David A. Weitz)

  • David Yuile

    David Yuile (1846 – 1909) was a Canadian businessman. Yuile, along with his brother William, owned and operated various glass manufacturing companies through his life.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Yuile)

  • David G. Iadevaia

    David G. Iadevaia was born in Providence, Rhode Island on 7 September 1949.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David G. Iadevaia)

  • David P. Landau

    David P. Landau is Distinguished Research Professor of Physics at the University of Georgia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David P. Landau)

  • David Origanus

    David Origanus or David Tost (9 July 1558 in Glatz (Kłodzko), Silesia - 11 July (1628?) 1629David Tost died 1629 in Frankfurt (Oder))) was a German astronomer and professor for Greek language and Mathematics at the University of Frankfurt (Oder), where he had also studied.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Origanus)

  • David H. Lyth

    Professor David Lyth is a researcher in particle cosmology at the University of Lancaster. He has published over 165 papers as well as two books on early universe cosmology and cosmological inflation.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David H. Lyth)

  • David Halliday (physics)

    David Halliday is an American physicist widely known for his physics textbooks, Physics and Fundamentals of Physics, which he wrote with Robert Resnick. Both textbooks have been in continuous use since 1960 and are available in twenty languages.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Halliday (physics))

  • David Mushet

    David Mushet is a Physicist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Mushet)

  • David Sudarsky

    David Sudarsky is an astrophysicist at the University of Arizona. He is primarily known for producing the first extrasolar planet classification system, which is based on a series of theoretical gas giant planet atmosphere models.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Sudarsky)

  • David Adler (physicist)

    David Adler (April 13, 1935 – March 31, 1987) was an American physicist and MIT professor. In condensed matter physics, Adler made significant contributions to the understanding of transition-metal oxides, the electronic properties of low-mobility materials, transport phenomena in amorphous materials, metal-insulator transitions, and electronic defects in amorphous semiconductors.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Adler (physicist))

  • David Sidney Feingold

    David Sidney Feingold (Hebrew דוד סידני פיינגולד; born November 15, 1922) is an American biochemist, who lived in Israel for a number of years.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Sidney Feingold)

  • David Frank-Kamenetsky

    David Albertovich Frank-Kamenetsky (, August 3, 1910, Vilnius, Russian Empire - June 2, 1970, Soviet Union) was a Soviet theoretical physicist, professor and doctor of physical and mathemetical science. Developed the thermal explosion theory, worked on plasma physics problems, astrophysics.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Frank-Kamenetsky)

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