Almost simultaneously with the Second Atoms for Peace Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, a much smaller international group of physicists gathered in Geneva, New York, August 25 to 29, 1958. This group of about 125 scientists met to discuss the “Electronic Properties of Metals at Low Temperatures”, a topic narrow enough to hold the number of participants to manageable size, but broad enough to evoke lively interest.

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