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Michael V. Berry

Physics Department

University of Bristol

HQ Phone:  +44 117 928 9000

Email: m***@***.uk

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University of Bristol

Senate House Tyndall Avenue

Bristol, Bristol,BS8 1TH

United Kingdom

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NZIMA Scientific Advisory Board

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Prof. Michael Berry (University of Bristol)


ELECTRON SPIN?

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Sir Michael Berry, Royal Society Research Professor
H H Wills Physics Laboratory, University of Bristol.


University of Bristol, School of Physics - News and features

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Professor Michael Berry gave the address at the dedication.
Bristol physics recognized at opening of new Institute of Physics Publishing offices 5 October 2011 IOP mug At the new Institute of Physics Publishing offices at Temple Circus, rooms are named after the following scientists with Bristol connections: Arthur Tyndall, Marshall Stoneham, William Ramsey, Cecil Powell, Nevill Mott, Alec Merrison, Bernard Lovell, John Kingman, Dorothy Hodgkin, Peter Higgs, Charles Frank, Paul Dirac, and Michael Berry. A figure from a recent paper by Michael Berry and Mark Dennis, published in the Institute of Physics Journal of Physics A, was chosen as an image for the office, adapted by Fréderique Swist to decorate mouse mats, coffee mugs, and a large hand-woven rug. A new type of radio transmitter, based on a general feature of waves identified by Michael Berry and John Nye in 1974, has been invented by Fabrizio Tamburini of Padova and Bo Thide of Uppsala. Image thanks to Professor Sir Michael Berry: twisting radio waves across the Canale di San Marco. Incidentally, Professor Sir Michael Berry, also based in Bristol, is a former Kramers Professor who served in 1980-1.


Cardiff School of Journalism, Media & Cultural Studies

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Dr Mike Berry


Academic Staff of Cardiff School of Journalsim, Media and Cultural Studies

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Dr Mike Berry
Position: Lecturer (Teaching and Research) Location: Room 0.60A Bute Building Email: BerryM1@cf.ac.uk Telephone: +44(0)29 208 70630


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