M. Stanley Livingston

M. Stanley Livingston received his PhD in physics from the University of California at Berkeley in 1931, with Ernest Lawrence as his advisor. He and Lawrence were co-inventors of the cyclotron. He held positions at the University of California at Berkeley (1931-1934), Cornell University (1934-1938), MIT (1938-1967), the Naval Research Laboratory (1944-1946), and Brookhaven National Laboratory (1946-1948) before coming to the National Accelerator Laboratory in 1967. He served as the new lab’s associate director until 1970. He retired in 1970, but he continued to serve as a consultant for Los Alamos National Laboratory. He died in 1986.

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M. Stanley Livingston in c. 1968