(Massachusetts & Corpus Christi 1952) () ()
Carl graduated from MIT in 1952 and was then awarded the Rhodes Scholarship, which he used to earn his PhD in Physics from Oxford University in 1956. After four years of research at the National Bureau of Standards in Washington, D.C., he took a research position in Solid State Physics at MIT. In 1967, he joined the physics faculty at Northeastern University, where he taught and continued doing research until his retirement.
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