Don Page (physicist)
Page at Department of Physics, National Taiwan University
Don Nelson Page
December 31, 1948
Bethel, Alaska, United States
|Residence||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada|
|Known for||Page time|
Hawking-Page phase transition
|Alma mater||William Jewell College|
California Institute of Technology
University of Cambridge
|Institutions||University of Alberta|
|Thesis||Accretion into and emission from black holes (1976)|
|Doctoral advisor||Kip Thorne|
Stephen W. Hawking
Page's work focuses on quantum cosmology and theoretical gravitational physics, and he is noted for being a doctoral student of the eminent Professor Stephen Hawking, in addition to publishing several journal articles with him. Page got his BA at William Jewell College in the United States in 1971, attaining an MS in 1972 and a PhD in 1976 at Caltech. He followed this with an MA at Cambridge, which he received in 1978.
His professional career started as a research assistant in Cambridge from 1976-1979, followed by an assistant professorship at Penn State from 1979-1983, and then an associate professor at Penn State until 1986 before taking on the title of professor in 1986. Page spent four more years at Penn State before moving to become a professor at the University of Alberta in Canada in 1990.
Awards and honors
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- Spectrum of wormholes Hawking, S.W. (Inst. for Theor. Phys., California Univ., Santa Barbara, CA, USA); Page, D.N. Source: Physical Review D (Particles and Fields), v 42, n 8, p 2655-63, 15 Oct. 1990
- Thermodynamics of black holes in anti-de Sitter space Hawking, S.W. (Univ. of Cambridge, Dept. of Appl. Math. & Theoretical Phys., Cambridge, UK); Page, D.N. Source: Communications in Mathematical Physics, v 87, n 4, p 577-88, 1983
- Page, Don Nelson (1976). Accretion into and emission from black holes (Ph.D.). California Institute of Technology. OCLC 945995991.
- "Physicist Don Page named to the Royal Society of Canada". University of Alberta. January 20, 2012.
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