Theory of magnetic flux quantization in superconductors - a macroscopic quantum mechanical
effect which arises owing to the Bardeen-Schriefer-Cooper pairing
concerning quantized magnetic flux in superconductors,"
Phys. Rev. Lett. 7, 46 (1961) with C. N. Yang.
Phenomenological analysis showing how the spins and parities of decaying fermion
can be determined from angular correlations of decay products.
``The decay sigma to lambda +electron +positron
and sigma - lambda relative parity," Phys. Rev., 121:
281 (1961) with G. H. Burkhardt and ``Spin and Parity Determination
of Decaying Fermion States," Phys. Rev. Lett. 11: 52 (1963)
with S. Fenster.
Comprehensive phenomenological analysis of CP violation in K meson decays.
``CP violation in
K decay," in High-Energy Physics and
International Atomic Energy Commission, Vienna (1965) with S. W. MacDowell and C. N. Yang.
Leading relativistic corrections to the naive quark model description of observed charmonium and
``Relativistic effects in heavy quarkonium spectroscopy,"
Phys. Rev. D28: 1692(1982) with R. McClary.
"Threshold production of charmed and B
mesons in electron-positron annihilations," in Quark Confinement
and the Hadron Spectrum, N. Brambilla and G. M. Prosperi, ed.;
World Scientific (1995).
Fellow of the American Physical Society; for contributions to
elementary particle physics and
the theory of superconductivity.
Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Watson Visiting Fellow of Somerville College, Oxford
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellow 1964-65 .
1956 - 58 Research Fellow, Department of Mathematical Physics,
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England.
1958 - 61 Research Associate and Assistant Professor,
Institute for Theoretical Physics and Department of
Stanford University, Stanford, California.
1961- 1993 Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and
Professor of Physics, University of California at
1993 - present Research Professor and Professor emeritus (on recall) ,
University of California at Los Angeles.
1964 - 65 Member, School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced
Princeton, New Jersey.
1967 - 68 Faculty Lecturer, Department of Theoretical Physics,
Official Fellow and Tutor in Physics, Somerville College,
University of Oxford, England.
1968 - 73 Joint appointment as Professor of Physics,
Janet Watson Visiting Fellow, Tutor in Physics,
Somerville College and
SRC Senior Scientist,
Department of Theoretical Physics,
University of Oxford.
1998-99 Visiting Scholar, Department of the History of Science and
Department of Physics,
B.A. University of California, Berkeley, 1950
M.A. University of Chicago, 1953
Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1956
Married to Arthur Anthony Milhaupt, Jr. (1916 - 1987).
Five Milhaupt stepchildren -
Gretchen, Merimee, Charles (deceased) , Anthony, and Anne.
Historical research and publication of papers on the scientific work of Emmy Noether:
"The Life and Times of Emmy Noether: the
contributions of Emmy Noether to particle physics" in
History of Original Ideas and
Basic Discoveries in Particle Physics ,
H. Newman and T. Ypsilantis, ed.; Plenum (1996).
Compilation of this archive on the contributions of 20th century
women to physics.
"E. Noether's Discovery of the Deep Connection Between
Conservation Laws, "
invited talk at the symposium THE HERITAGE OF EMMY NOETHER IN ALGEBRA,
GEOMETRY AND PHYSICS at Bar-Ilan University, Isreal, December 1996; published
in Isreal Mathematical Conference Proceedings, Vol.12, 1999.
Service in professional organizations:
National Council of the Federation of American Scientists. (1972-76
Executive Committee of the Federation of American Scientists. (1974-76)
Electorate Nominating Committee, Section of Physics (B)
of American Association
for the Advancement of Science. (1976-80)
Councilor-at-Large, American Physical Society. (1977-81)
Committee on Opportunities in Physics, American Physical Society.
Panel on Public Affairs, American Physical Society. (1980-83)
Vice-chairman, Forum on Physics and Society of American Physical
Chairman, Forum on Physics and Society
of the American Physical Society. (1982)
Member-at-Large of Section B (Physics)
American Association for the Advancement of Science. (1982-86)
Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility, American Association for
the Advancement of Science. (1992-1995)
Dannie Heineman Award Committee, American Physical Society. (1994- 1996)