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physicist

Albert Clarence Parr, American physicist. Served as seaman United States Naval Reserve, 1960-1966. Cotrell Foundation grantee, 1973.; Member Council Optical Radiation Measurement, International Commission Illumination/United States National Committee, American Physical Society, Optical Society American; Lodge: Elks.

Background

Parr, Albert Clarence was born on June 22, 1942 in Tooele, Utah, United States. Son of Trafton Charles and Esther Laura (Schuldheisz) Parr.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physics, Oregon State University, 1964, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, 1964. Master of Science in Physics, University of Chicago, 1966, Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, 1971.

Career

Research assistant University of Chicago, 1964-1970, research associate, 1971. Associate professor of University Alabama, University, 1971-1980. Physicist National Bureau Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland., 1980-1986.

Group leader spectral radiometry National Institute Standards and Technology, 1986-1990, consultant Argonne National Lab, Illinois, 1981-1986. Division chief Optical Technology Division National Institute Standards and Technology, 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional jours.

Membership

Served as seaman United States Naval Reserve, 1960-1966. Cotrell Foundation grantee, 1973. Member Council Optical Radiation Measurement, International Commission Illumination/United States National Committee, American Physical Society, Optical Society American.

Lodge: Elks.

Connections

Married Ruth E. Pieplow, January 29, 1966. Children: Robin, Trafton.

father:
Trafton Charles Parr

mother:
Esther Laura (Schuldheisz) Parr

spouse:
Ruth E. Pieplow

children:
Robin Parr

Trafton Parr