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  2. John Bardeen - Wikipedia

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    John Bardeen (/ b ɑːr ˈ d iː n /; May 23, 1908 – January 30, 1991) was an American physicist and engineer. He is the only person to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics twice: first in 1956 with William Shockley and Walter Brattain for the invention of the transistor ; and again in 1972 with Leon N. Cooper and John Robert Schrieffer for a fundamental theory of conventional superconductivity known as the BCS theory .

  3. John Bardeen | American physicist | Britannica

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    John Bardeen, (born May 23, 1908, Madison, Wis., U.S.—died Jan. 30, 1991, Boston, Mass.), American physicist who was cowinner of the Nobel Prize for Physics in both 1956 and 1972. He shared the 1956 prize with William B. Shockley and Walter H. Brattain for their joint invention of the transistor.

  4. John Bardeen – Biographical - NobelPrize.org

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    From 1938-1941, Bardeen was an Assistant Professor of Physics at the University of Minnesota and from 1941-1945 a civilian physicist at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory in Washington, D.C. Work done during the war was on influence fields of ships for application to underwater ordnance and mine-sweeping.

  5. John Bardeen – Biographical - NobelPrize.org

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    John Bardeen Biographical . J ohn Bardeen was born in Madison, Wisconsin, May 23, 1908. He attended the University High School in Madison for several years, and graduated from Madison Central High School in 1923. This was followed by a course in electrical engineering at the University of Wisconsin, where he took extra work in mathematics and physics.

  6. Biography of John Bardeen: Research, Awards, Legacy - ThoughtCo

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    Fast Facts: John Bardeen Occupation: Physicist Known For: The only physicist to win the Nobel Prize in Physics twice: in 1956 for helping to invent the transistor, and in 1972 for developing the theory of superconductivity Born: May 23, 1908 in Madison, Wisconsin Died: January 30, 1991 in Boston, Massachusetts Parents: Charles and Althea Bardeen

  7. John Bardeen – Facts - NobelPrize.org

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    John Bardeen The Nobel Prize in Physics 1956 . Born: 23 May 1908, Madison, WI, USA Died: 30 January 1991, Boston, MA, USA Affiliation at the time of the award: University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA . Prize motivation: “for their researches on semiconductors and their discovery of the transistor effect” Prize share: 1/3

  8. John Bardeen | Physics | UIUC

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    John Bardeen. John Bardeen was born in Madison, Wisconsin on May 23, 1908. His father, Charles Russell Bardeen, was the first graduate of the Johns Hopkins Medical School and founder of the Medical School at the University of Wisconsin. His mother, Althea Harmer, studied oriental art at the Pratt Institute and practiced interior design in Chicago. He was one of five children.

  9. John Bardeen: the greatest physicist you (probably) never heard...

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    John Bardeen died in 1991. Some of his neighbours never knew he’d invented transistors and explained superconductivity, or that he was the only person in history to win two Nobel Prizes in physics. They remembered him as a modest, unassuming man who liked to grill hamburgers for the neighbourhood and who would always ask his guests if they wanted the bun toasted, which was how he liked it.

  10. The only person to win two Nobel Prizes in physics was John Bardeen, first in 1956 for the transistor, and then in 1972 for his theory of superconductivity. The transistor, developed with Walter Brattain and William Shockley, performed electronic functions similar to the vacuum tube in radio and television, but was smaller and used less energy. The transistor became the basis for all modern electronics and the foundation for the microchip and computer technology.

  11. John Bardeen, part 1 - PBS

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    John Bardeen was born on May 23, 1908 in Madison, Wisconsin. He was the second son of Dr. Charles Russell Bardeen, dean of the University of Wisconsin medical school, and Althea Harmer Bardeen, a ...