Stuart Jay Freedman
|Died||November 10, 2012 (aged 68)|
|Awards||Elected to National Academy of Sciences (2001) |
Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics (2007)
|Fields||neutrino physics, nuclear physics, weak interaction physics|
|Institutions||Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, UC Berkeley|
|Thesis||Experimental Test of Local Hidden-Variable Theories (1972)|
|Doctoral advisor||Eugene Commins|
Stuart Jay Freedman (January 13, 1944 – November 10, 2012) was a physicist, known for his graduate work on a Bell test experiment with John Clauser as well as his contributions to nuclear and particle physics, particularly weak interaction physics. He was a graduate student at UC Berkeley under Eugene Commins, where he worked with fellow graduate student Steven Chu. He was also recipient of 2007 Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics.
- "Stuart Jay Freedman Award in Experimental Nuclear Physics". Retrieved March 22, 2018.
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