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Riccardo Giacconi ( 1931 - )  Category ( Astronomers ) [suggest a correction]
 

There have been various physicists who have gained recognition for their research and contributions. However, it would be hard to find another who has gained the recognition and awards for his or her accomplishments that would come close in comparison to those awards secured by Riccardo Giacconi.

Riccardo Giacconi was born in Genoa, Italy in 1931. He was born into the world a mere baby. However, throughout his career, he would achieve more than many in his line of work would ever hope to accomplish positioning him for greatness.

Giacconi attended the University of Milan. He was able to use his mind for the most complex research and he did contribute a lot of energy into astrophysics research. He was born an Italian but he gained American citizenship.

Giacconi would go on to win the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2002. However, his accomplishments and awards for his achievements wouldn’t be confined to the Nobel Prize alone.

Giacconi was a professor and he competently filled the position of Professor of Physics and Astronomy with the ability to serve as a professor in two disciplines from 1982 until 1997. He has been a research professor at John Hopkins University since 1998.Riccardo also served as the principal investigator for the Chandra Deep Field-South Project which was an assignment through NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory.

Riccardo Giacconi has received some of the most outstanding awards in his lifetime. They include but aren’t limited to the Bruce Medal, which he won in 1981; the Heineman Prize (1981), and the National Medal of Science. His outstanding life and contributions within his field have been recognized again and again proving that his professional expertise is always valued and never ignored.


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