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'''Wolfgang Kurt Hermann "Pief" Panofsky''' ([[Berlim]], {{dtlink|lang=br|24|4|1919}} — [[Los Altos (Califórnia)|Los Altos]], {{dtlink|lang=br|24|9|2007}}) foi um [[Física|físico]] [[Estados Unidos|estadunidense]] nascido na [[Alemanha]].<ref>{{citar web|url=http://www.nasonline.org/publications/biographical-memoirs/memoir-pdfs/panofsky-wolfgang-k-h.pdf|título=Wolfgang Kurt Hermann Panofsky 1919 – 2007: Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences|língua=inglês}}</ref>
==Early life==
Panofsky was born the son of renowned art historian [[Erwin Panofsky]] in [[Berlin]], [[Germany]]. He received his [[bachelor's degree]] from [[Princeton University]] in 1938 and obtained his PhD from [[California Institute of Technology|Caltech]] in 1942. Around this time (in 1942), he became a U.S. citizen.<ref name=pnp>Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky, ''Particles and Policy'', American Institute of Physics, 1994. ISBN 1563962470</ref>
==Academic career==
From 1945 to 1951, Panofsky held an assistant and then associate professorship at the [[University of California, Berkeley]], before permanently establishing himself as Professor of Physics at [[Stanford University]]. Between 1961 and 1984, he was the director of the [[Stanford Linear Accelerator Center]] and continued to serve as director emeritus. He was also on the Board of Directors of the [[Arms Control Association]] from 1996 until 1999 and remained a director emeritus until his death.
Panofsky was a member of the Board of Sponsors of The [[Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists]]<ref>The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, [http://www.thebulletin.org/about-us/board-sponsors.html Board of Sponsors] page (last accessed August 12, 2007).</ref> and won the [[Matteucci Medal]] in 1996 for his fundamental contributions to physics. He was also a recipient of the [[National Medal of Science]], the [[Franklin Medal]] (1970), the [[Ernest O. Lawrence Medal]], the [[Leo Szilard Award]] and the [[Enrico Fermi Award]].<ref name=pnp />
During his college days, Panofsky was called "Pief" by fellow students who found his full name unpronounceable. The childhood nickname seemed to suit the ebullient physicist, and it stayed with him throughout his long life. <ref>Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky, "Panofsky ofn Physics, Politics and Peace: Pief Remembers", Contributing Editor Jean Marie Deken, Springer, 2007. ISBN 9780387697314</ref>. A street in the area of the Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, NJ, is named "Panofsky Lane".
* [[The Franklin Institute Awards|Benjamin Franklin Medal]] (1970)
Panofsky died at the age of 88 on September 24, 2007 in [[Los Altos, California]], from a heart attack.
Panofsky stayed active at SLAC until his last day of life <ref>[http://home.slac.stanford.edu/pressreleases/2007/20070925.htm Wolfgang Panofsky, Renowned Stanford Physicist and Arms Control Advocate, Dead at 88] September 25, 2007</ref>.
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