Physicist who all received the 2005 Nobel Award in Physics for his contribution towards the quantum theory of optical coherence. He was among the youngest researchers to focus on the Manhattan Task. He went to Harvard School after, at age 18, he was recruited to focus on the Manhattan Task, where he proved helpful calculating the vital mass from the atom bomb. He done Quantum optics and high energy collision theory. He resided in Massachusetts where he proved helpful as a teacher at Harvard. He was inspired by Niels Bohr.