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Wolfgang Pauli
Wolfgang Ernst Pauli (; ; 25 April 1900 – 15 December 1958) was an Austrian theoretical physicist and one of the pioneers of quantum physics. In 1945, after having been nominated by Albert Einstein, Pauli received the Nobel Prize in Physics for his "decisive contribution through his discovery of a new law of Nature, the exclusion principle or Pauli principle". The discovery involved spin theory, which is the basis of a theory of the structure of matter. Early years Pauli was born in Vienna to a chemist, Wolfgang Joseph Pauli (''né'' Wolf Pascheles, 1869–1955), and his wife, Bertha Camilla Schütz; his sister was Hertha Pauli, a writer and actress. Pauli's middle name was given in honor of his godfather, physicist Ernst Mach. Pauli's paternal grandparents were from prominent families of Prague; his great-grandfather was the publisher Wolf Pascheles. Pauli's mother, Bertha Schütz, was raised in her mother's Roman Catholic religion; Pauli was raised as a Roman Cathol ...
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Vienna
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José Leite Lopes
José Leite Lopes (October 28, 1918 – June 12, 2006) was a Brazilian theoretical physicist who worked in the field of quantum field theory and particle physics. Life Leite Lopes began his university studies in 1935, enrolling in industrial chemistry at the Chemistry School of Pernambuco. In 1937, while presenting a paper to a scientific conference in Rio de Janeiro, the young student met Brazilian physicist Mário Schenberg and was introduced by him in São Paulo to Italian physicists Luigi Fantappiè and Gleb Wataghin. All three were working on research in physics at the then recently created University of São Paulo, amid a climate of great intellectual excitement and a breeding ground for a bright young generation of what would become the élite of Brazilian physics, such as César Lattes, Oscar Sala, Roberto Salmeron, Jayme Tiomno and Marcelo Damy de Souza Santos. Encouraged to study physics by what he saw, Leite Lopes moved to Rio de Janeiro after hist graduation in 1939 ...
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Markus Fierz
Markus Eduard Fierz (20 June 1912 – 20 June 2006) was a Swiss physicist, particularly remembered for his formulation of spin–statistics theorem, and for his contributions to the development of quantum theory, particle physics, and statistical mechanics. He was awarded the Max Planck Medal in 1979 and the Albert Einstein Medal in 1989 for all his work. Biography Fierz's father Hans Eduard Fierz was a chemist with Geigy and later a professor at ETH Zurich, his mother was Linda Fierz-David. Fierz studied at the Realgymnasium in Zurich. In 1931 he began his studies in Göttingen, where he listened to the lectures of prolific academics including Hermann Weyl. In 1933 he returned to Zurich and studied physics at ETH under Wolfgang Pauli and Gregor Wentzel. In 1936 he earned a doctoral degree with his thesis on the infrared catastrophe in quantum electrodynamics. Afterward he went to Werner Heisenberg in Leipzig and in 1936 became an assistant to Wolfgang Pauli in Zurich. For h ...
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Philippe Choquard
Philippe is a masculine sometimes feminin given name, cognate to Philip. It may refer to: * Philippe of Belgium (born 1960), King of the Belgians (2013–present) * Philippe (footballer) (born 2000), Brazilian footballer * Prince Philippe, Count of Flanders, father to Albert I of Belgium * Philippe d'Orléans (other), multiple people * Philippe A. Autexier (1954–1998), French music historian * Philippe Blain, French volleyball player and coach * Philippe Najib Boulos (1902–1979), Lebanese lawyer and politician * Philippe Coutinho, Brazilian footballer * Philippe Daverio Philippe Daverio (17 October 1949 – 2 September 2020) was an Italian art historian, gallerist, teacher, writer, author, politician, and television personality. Biography Daverio was born in Mulhouse, Alsace in 1949 from an Italian father, bu ... (1949–2020), Italian art historian * Philippe Dubuisson-Lebon, Canadian football player * Philippe Ginestet (born 1954), French billionaire busi ...
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Armin Thellung
Armin (Armyn) is a given name or surname, and is: * An ancient Indo-European name: ** a German/Dutch given name, *** a modern form of the name Arminius (18/17 BC–AD 21), a German prince who defeated a Roman army in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest (the name Arminius being itself a Latinized form of a Germanic name which may have been derived from the element ''ermen'' meaning "whole, universal"). ** a Persian given name. *** Son of Kai Kobad, a legendary character in Shahnameh, belonging to the mythical Kianian Dynasty in Persian literature and mythology; *** The and short name of Ariobarzanes of Persis (or Ariobarzan), a Persian general who fought against Alexander the Great; *** The of Ariobarzanes, meaning "exalting the Aryans" in ancient Persian. Surname * Robert Armin (–1615), English actor, member of the Lord Chamberlain's Men * Mohsen Armin (born 1954), Iranian politician * Jart Armin, cybersecurity expert Given name * Arminius, Germanic tribal leader who foug ...
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Hans Aeppli
Hans may refer to: __NOTOC__ People * Hans (name), a masculine given name * Hans Raj Hans, Indian singer and politician ** Navraj Hans, Indian singer, actor, entrepreneur, cricket player and performer, son of Hans Raj Hans ** Yuvraj Hans, Punjabi actor and singer, son of Hans Raj Hans * Hans clan, a tribal clan in Punjab, Pakistan Places * Hans, Marne, a commune in France * Hans Island, administrated by Greenland and Canada Arts and entertainment * ''Hans'' (film) a 2006 Italian film directed by Louis Nero * Hans (Frozen), the main antagonist of the 2013 Disney animated film ''Frozen'' * ''Hans'' (magazine), an Indian Hindi literary monthly * ''Hans'', a comic book drawn by Grzegorz Rosiński and later by Zbigniew Kasprzak Other uses * Clever Hans, the "wonder horse" * ''The Hans India'', an English language newspaper in India * HANS device, a racing car safety device *Hans, the ISO 15924 code for Simplified Chinese script See also * Han (other) *Hans im Glü ...
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Beat Troesch
Beat, beats or beating may refer to: Common uses * Patrol, or beat, a group of personnel assigned to monitor a specific area ** Beat (police), the territory that a police officer patrols ** Gay beat, an area frequented by gay men * Battery (crime), a criminal offense involving unlawful physical contact * Assault, inflicting physical harm or unwanted physical contact * Corporal punishment, punishment intended to cause physical pain * Strike (attack), repeatedly and violently striking a person or object * Victory, success achieved in personal combat, military operations or in any competition People * Beat (name), a German male given name * Jackie Beat, drag persona of Kent Fuher (born 1963) * Aone Beats (born 1984) Nigerian record producer * Billy Beats (1871-1936) British footballer * Cohen Beats (Michael Cohen, born 1986), Israeli record producer * Eno Beats (Enock Kisakye, born 1991), Ugandan record producer * Laxio Beats (Bernard Antwi-Darko, born 1987), Ghanaian ...
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Jean-Pierre Blaser
Jean-Pierre or Jean Pierre may refer to: People * Karine Jean-Pierre b.1977, White House Deputy Press Secretary for President Joe Biden 2021- * Jean-Pierre, Count of Montalivet (1766–1823), French statesman and Peer of France * Eugenia Pierre (better known as Jean Pierre, 1944–2002), Trinidadian netballer and parliamentarian Places * Jean-Pierre Bay, on the Gouin Reservoir in Quebec, Canada Arts and entertainment *"Jean Pierre", song by Miles Davis from '' Miles! Miles! Miles!'' * Jean-Pierre, chef on television series ''Metalocalypse'' * Jean-Pierre Delmas, in French animated television series ''Code Lyoko'' * Jean Pierre, a character in '' Fighter's History'' * Jean Pierre Polnareff, a character from ''JoJo's Bizarre Adventure'' {{disambiguation ...
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Saleh Selim-Younis
Saleh or Salih ( ar, صالح, or ) is an Arabic masculine given name which means "Pious". Given name * Salih, Arabian prophet * Salih ibn Ali (711–769 CE), was the Abbasid general and governor in Syria and Egypt. * ''Salih ibn Harun al-Rashid'', was the son of Abbasid caliph Harun al-Rashid, His mother was Ri'm. * Saleh Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi, Saudi Arabian businessman * Saleh Abdelaziz Al-Haddad (born 1986), Kuwaiti long jumper * Saleh Abdelaziz Al-Haddad (born 1986), Kuwaiti long jumper * Saleh Abdelaziz Al-Haddad (born 1986), Kuwaiti long jumper * Salih Ashmawi (1910–1983), Egyptian politician * Salih Bozok (1881–1941), Turkish military officer * Salih Dursun, Turkish footballer * Salih Güney, Turkish film actor * Saleh and Daoud Al-Kuwaity, Iraqi musician * Saleh al-Mutlaq, Iraqi politician * Salih Muslim Muhammad, Rojava politician * Salih Neftçi, Turkish financial economist * Salih Omurtak, Turkish general * Salih Özcan, Turkish footballer * Salih Pasha ( ...
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Max Schafroth
Max or MAX may refer to: Animals * Max (dog) (1983–2013), at one time purported to be the world's oldest living dog * Max (English Springer Spaniel), the first pet dog to win the PDSA Order of Merit (animal equivalent of OBE) * Max (gorilla) (1971–2004), a western lowland gorilla at the Johannesburg Zoo who was shot by a criminal in 1997 Brands and enterprises * Australian Max Beer * Max Hamburgers, a fast-food corporation * MAX Index, a Hungarian domestic government bond index * Max Fashion, an Indian clothing brand Computing * MAX (operating system), a Spanish-language Linux version * Max (software), a music programming language * Commodore MAX Machine * Multimedia Acceleration eXtensions, extensions for HP PA-RISC Films * ''Max'' (1994 film), a Canadian film by Charles Wilkinson * ''Max'' (2002 film), a film about Adolf Hitler * ''Max'' (2015 film), an American war drama film Games * '' Dancing Stage Max'', a 2005 game in the ''Dance Dance Revolution'' series * ...
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Andreas Valkó
Andreas ( el, Ἀνδρέας) is a name usually given to males in Austria, Greece, Cyprus, Denmark, Armenia, Estonia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Finland, Flanders, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Romania, the Netherlands, and Indonesia. The name derives from the Greek noun ἀνήρ ''anēr'', with genitive ἀνδρός ''andros'', which means "man". See the article on ''Andrew'' for more information. The Scandinavian name is earliest attested as antreos in a runestone from the 12th century. The name Andrea may be used as a feminine form, but is instead the main masculine form in Italy and the canton of Ticino in Switzerland. Given name Andreas is a common name, and this is not a comprehensive list of articles on people named Andreas. See instead . Surname * Alfred T. Andreas, American publisher and historian * Casper Andreas (born 1972), American actor and film director * Dwayne Andreas, a businessman * Harry Andreas * Lisa Andreas Places * Andreas, Isle of Man, a vill ...
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Paul Güttinger
Paul may refer to: *Paul (given name), a given name (includes a list of people with that name) *Paul (surname), a list of people People Christianity * Paul the Apostle (AD c.5–c.64/65), also known as Saul of Tarsus or Saint Paul, early Christian missionary and writer *Pope Paul (other), multiple Popes of the Roman Catholic Church *Saint Paul (other), multiple other people and locations named "Saint Paul" Roman and Byzantine empire *Lucius Aemilius Paullus Macedonicus (c. 229 BC – 160 BC), Roman general *Julius Paulus Prudentissimus (), Roman jurist *Paulus Catena (died 362), Roman notary *Paulus Alexandrinus (4th century), Hellenistic astrologer *Paul of Aegina or Paulus Aegineta (625–690), Greek surgeon Royals * Paul I of Russia (1754–1801), Tsar of Russia *Paul of Greece (1901–1964), King of Greece Other people * Paul the Deacon or Paulus Diaconus (c. 720 – c. 799), Italian Benedictine monk * Paul (father of Maurice), the father of Maurice, B ...
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