Professor of Physics, Emeritus
230 Newman Laboratory
Ithaca NY 14853
B.S., 1952, MIT. Ph.D., 1956, MIT. Research Associate, Laboratory of Nuclear Studies, Cornell University, 1956-59; Assistant Professor, Physics, Cornell University, 1959-62; Associate Professor, Physics, Cornell University, 1962-67; Professor, Physics, Cornell University, 1967-present. Vice-Provost, Cornell University, 1981-82. Dean of the Faculty, Cornell University, 1993-98. Visiting Appointments at: Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome, Italy; Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotronen, Hamburg, Germany; Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Program in Science and Technology for International Security, MIT. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, 1988; Institute for Defense Analyses, 1989-91.
Experimental particle physics; national security policy analysis; arms control; educational policy analysis
In the last several years, I have been working on problems associated with arms control and national security policy.