Leopold B. Felsen
Leopold B. Felsen (born in Munich in 1924; died in the US September 24, 2005) was a physicist known for studies of Electromagnetism and wave-based disciplines. He had to flee Germany at 16 due to the Nazis. In 1991 he won the IEEE Heinrich Hertz Medal. He has fundamental contributions to electromagnetic field analysis.
Leopold B. Felsen was a professor at Polytechnic University of New York and at Boston University College of Engineering, an IEEE life fellow and a fellow of both the Acoustical Society of America and the Optical Society of America. He earned bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees from what was then the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
- Leopold B. Felsen, and Nathan Marcuvitz, Radiation and scattering of waves, (1994), 888 pages.
- Dr. Leopold B. Felsen elected in 1977 as a member of National Academy of Engineering in Electronics, Communication & Information Systems Engineering and Special Fields & Interdisciplinary
- New York Times
- IEEE site
- nyu.edu, 2006-05-04
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