Anthony E Siegman ~ (Nov 23, 1931 - 2011) (82 years)

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An official press release on the Stanford University
website announces that renowned scientist and
laser technology pioneer Anthony Siegman
died on October 7, 2011, at the age of 79.
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His work became critically important to this field of
research even in the 1960s, when not that much was
known about lasers. Some of his studies include
Microwave Solid-State Masers (1964), An Introduction
to Lasers and Masers (1972) and Lasers (1986).
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“He is a model scientist. You would look far and wide
to find a laser engineer or scientist who doesn't have
Tony's book Lasers on his desk. He had a unique ability
to blend mathematics and physical insight,” Stanford
professor emeritus in electrical engineering Stephen Harris says.
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“He was an easygoing, nice guy to talk to, but when it
came to science, he pushed for on-the-mark answers.
Whatever he wrote was exemplary. He is a shining example
of what a scientist should be,” the professor adds.

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