Professor E. Dwight Adams UF Physics Professor E. Dwight Adams has been awarded the 2005 Keithley Award of the American Physical Society. The Keithley Award recognizes physicists who have been instrumental in the development of measurement or techniques or equipment that have had an impact on the physics community by providing better measurements. The award is endowed by Keithley Instruments, Inc. and the Instrument of Measurement Science Topical Group of the APS.

The award will be presented at the 2005 March Meeting of the APS, to be held in Los Angeles. Further information about the prizes and recipients can be found at

Professor Adams' Citation Reads:
"For the pioneering development of the capacitive pressure transducer, its application to the He melting pressure thermometry, and other scientific uses."




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