Authorised form of nameBurch; Cecil Reginald (1901 - 1983)
Dates1901 - 1983
Date of birth12/05/1901
Date of death19/07/1983
Research fieldPhysics
Oundle School
Warren Research Fellow (1948 - 1966)
CBE 1958
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election16/03/1944
Age at election42
Royal Society activityMedals and prizes:
Rumford Medal 1954
General contextThe CR Burch prize is awarded by the Department of Engineering at Cambridge University for outstanding work by a young scientist in the field of vacuum science, surface science and thin films.
CSAC 110/1/86. Papers deposited in Bristol University Library
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1984 vol 30 pp 1-42, plate, by T E Allibone
Royal Society codeNA6596
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MM/18/146Letter from Frits Zernike to W Watsons and Sons1934
RR/69/306Letter from Cecil Reginald Burch, on a paper 'The control of amplitude in phase-contrast microscopy' by Edward Wilfred Taylor21 November 1946
RR/69/307Referee's report by Cecil Reginald Burch, on a paper 'The control of amplitude in phase-contrast microscopy' by Edward Wilfred TaylorJanuary 1947
RR/69/310Referee's report by Cecil Reginald Burch, on a paper 'Further interferometric studies with mica. New multiple-beam fringes and their application' by Samuel Tolansky1945
RR/71/111Referee's report by Cecil Reginald Burch, on a paper 'Microscopy by reconstructed wave-fronts' by Dennis Gabor[1948]
EC/1944/04Burch, Cecil Reginald: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PB/1/33/2Correspondence concerning the Copley Medal of the Royal Society1956
IM/000661Burch, Cecil Reginaldnd
RR/68/508Referee's report by Cecil Reginald Burch, on two papers 'The topography of crystal faces - I. The topography of a (100) face of a left-handed quartz crystal' and 'The topography of crystal faces - II. The topography of cleavage faces of mica and selenite' by Samuel Tolansky[1944]
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