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Peter Czipott

Peter Czipott, physicist, is Manager of Magnetic Sensing programs at Quantum Magnetics, Inc., a subsidiary of GE Security in San Diego, California. His work has appeared in technical journals such as Science and Proceedings of the Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers. With John Ridland he translated George Faludy's "Ode to Hungarian," which appeared in Literary Imagination. He was born in the United States to Hungarian immigrant parents.

Peter Czipott's work featured in PN Review comprises one translation.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Translation of a Poetry Collection by Míklós Radnóti in PN Review 175 (2007) Four Poems (translated by John Ridland and Peter Czipott)
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