Guy K. White
Guy K. White is an internationally recognized expert in the field of low temperature physics. White worked at the National Standards Laboratory in Sydney, where he played a leading role in commissioning the first helium liquefier in Australia. He also produced the first edition of the influential text, Experimental Techniques in low Temperature Physics, which has been widely used and translated into several languages. In 1965, Guy White earned the Syme medal for his research on thermal capacity at low temperatures. Beyond his career, he is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics and the Australian Academy of Science, where he served as Vice-President in 1979, and is the Advisory Editor of the International Journal of Thermophysics. Since his retirement, Dr. White has written various standard reference articles on the thermal properties of solids.
Published Proceedings of the 18th ITCC:
International Conference on Thermal Conductivity, 18th, McElroy, D.L. (1985). Thermal Conductivity 18. New York: Plenum Press.
Most Cited Works by Guy K. White:
- White, G. K., Philip, J. M. 2002. Experimental techniques in low-temperature physics. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
- White, G.K., Woods, S.B. 1959. Electrical and thermal resistivity of the transition elements at low temperatures. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 251(995).
- White, G.K., Woods, S.B. 1955. Thermal and electrical conductivities of solids at low temperatures. Canadian Journal of Physics, 33(2): 58-73.