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Overview AirTalk is the longest-running daily talk show in Southern California, aired for the first time on April, 1985. Starting in 1988, the talk show hosted by Larry Mantle, was devoted to Caltech and JPL on the third Wednesday of every month and had the title “AirTalk: The Caltech Edition”.The first broadcast of "AirTalk: The Caltech Edition" took to the airwaves on January 20, 1988. The program was aired from 6 to 7 PM on KPCC, the National Public Radio affiliate of Pasadena City...
Dates: 1988 - 2002
Scope and Contents Collection consists of 22 bankers boxes, packed from his office. 3 smaller boxes packed from Apostol's home. Includes papers and slides, digital files and recording of Project Mathematics episodes. Unprocessed.Inventory of boxes from Apostol's office at Caltech: Box 1: DVD, books for Project Mathematics!, miscellaneous photos (Erdos, Mathematicians) cards and correspondence. Box 2: NIST(National Institute of Standards and Technology). Box 3: NIST. Box 4: Project Mathematics papers and...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1980s-2000
Overview Harry Bateman was a mathematical physicist and professor of physics, mathematics and aeronautics at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech, originally Throop College), 1917-1946. The collection includes his manuscripts on binomial coefficients, notes on integrals and related material (much of which was later published by Arthur Erdélyi); and a small amount of personal correspondence. Also included are teaching materials and reprints.
Overview Eric Temple Bell was professor mathematics at Caltech from 1926 to 1953. He was a specialist in the theory of numbers. He also distinguished himself as a writer of science fiction under the name of John Taine, and also as the author of non-fiction and poetry. His papers include literary and scientific manuscripts; correspondence, largely with publishers; and some reprints of his own scientific publications.
Overview The Earnest C. Watson Lecture Series brings to the public the most innovative scientific research taking place at Caltech. Spotlighting a small selection of the pioneering research the Caltech faculty is conducting, these lectures are geared toward a general audience, part of the Institute's commitment to benefiting the local community through education and outreach. The lectures are given by world renowned Caltech Faculty and in the past have featured also several Nobel Prize winners, such as...
Overview The scientific and personal correspondence of Enrico Volterra (1905-1973) from the collection known as the Papers of Enrico Volterra in the Archives of the California Institute of Technology. He was the son of the distinguished Italian mathematician Vito Volterra. He emigrated from Italy circa 1937, first to England, and finally to the US. He was trained as an engineer and taught at several universities, ultimately settling at the University of Texas at Austin, where he was professor of...
Dates: 1910-1973, bulk 1930-1973
- Subject: Mathematics X
- Mathematics 5
- Manuscript Collection 4
- Administration 2
- Astronomy 2
- Biological Engineering 2
- Biology 2
- Chemical Engineering 2
- Chemistry 2
- Computer Science 2
- Engineering & Applied Science 2
- Humanities and social sciences 2
- Mathematicians 2
- Physics 2
- Planetary Science 2
- Aeronautics 1
- AirTalk 1
- Archives 1
- Astrophysics 1
- Autographs--collections--Italy 1
- Civil engineering 1 ∧ less
- fra 1
- Italian 1
- California Institute of Technology 5
- Apostol, Tom M. (Mathematician) 1
- Bateman, Harry (Mathematician) 1
- Bell, Eric Temple (Mathematician, Science Fiction Writer) 1
- Levi-Civita, Tullio, 1873-1941 (Mathematician) 1