Steven Chu (Physicist) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Steven Chu

American physicist who was the US Secretary of Energy from 2009 to 2013. He won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1997 for his contributions to the cooling and trapping of atoms with laser light.

He earned his Ph.D. in physics from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1976.

He is a member of the United States National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society and the Academia Sinica.

He married Jean Fetter in 1997.

He was appointed the Secretary of Energy by President Barack Obama.

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How old is Steven Chu? He was born in 1948, he is 76 years old.

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Steven Chu Wiki/Bio
Famous asPhysicist
Age76 years old
BirthdayFebruary 28, 1948
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Quotes by Steven Chu

I performed adequately at school, but in comparison to my older brother, who set the record for the highest cumulative average for our high school, my performance was decidedly mediocre.

— Steven Chu

Let me state what the official IPCC prediction is: Sea levels could go up as much as three-quarters of a meter in this century, but there is a reasonable probability it could be much higher than that.

— Steven Chu

However, when my parents married in 1945, China was in turmoil and the possibility of returning grew increasingly remote, and they decided to begin their family in the United States.

— Steven Chu

Occasionally, I would focus on a particular school project and become obsessed with, what seemed to my mother, to be trivial details instead of apportioning the time I spent on school work in a more efficient way.

— Steven Chu

My physics teacher, Thomas Miner was particularly gifted. To this day, I remember how he introduced the subject of physics. He told us we were going to learn how to deal with very simple questions such as how a body falls due to the acceleration of gravity.

— Steven Chu