ⓘ Robert Balson Dingle
Robert Balson Dingle was a British theoretical physicist, known for his work on mathematical physics, condensed matter physics, asymptotic expansions, anomalous skin effect, liquid helium II, mathematical functions and integrals. He was a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Dingle studied at the University of Cambridge, UK Tripos Part I 1945, Part II 1946. He spent the year 1947-1948 at the University of Bristol where he worked under the supervision of Professors Nevill Francis Mott and Herbert Frohlich, and then continued research in theoretical physics at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Professor Douglas Hartree, earning the Ph.D. there in 1952. Following research positions in Delft Netherlands and in Ottawa Canada he was appointed Reader in theoretical physics at the University of Western Australia in Perth. In June 1960 he was appointed as the first occupant of the Chair of Theoretical Physics at the University of St. Andrews, UK. In 1961 he was elected as a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh FRSE.
In later years he spent sabbatical periods in Canada, California and in Australia, and through ill-health he retired in 1987.
2. Research areas
Dingle’s research areas in theoretical physics in which he made significant original contributions were condensed matter physics, statistical mechanics.
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