Arthur H. Rosenfeld

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Arthur H Rosenfeld (born 1926) is a physicist residing in Berkeley, California. He earned a Ph.D. under Nobel Laureate Enrico Fermi in 1954 from the University of Chicago. Starting in 1954 he served as a professor of physics at the University of California at Berkeley and a senior staff member at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. In 1994, he served in the Clinton administration as Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of Energy. In 2000, he was appointed Commissioner of the California Energy Commission, serving until his retirement in 2010.[1] In 2010, he returned to Berkeley.

Arthur H. Rosenfeld
Born 1926 (age 89–90)
Birmingham, Alabama
Residence United States
Citizenship American
Nationality American
Institutions California Energy Commission, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Doctoral students Ronald Ross, William Humphrey, Ashok Gadgil, David Goldstein, Alan Meier, Karen Herter
Notable awards Enrico Fermi Award (2005)
Global Energy Prize (2011)
National Medal of Technology (2011)
Tang Prize (2016)

For Dr. Rosenfeld's full and up-to-date biography, see his personal webpage.[2]



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