Felix Villars

1950-1991 Physics Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
quantum electrodynamics, nuclear physics, atmospheric physics, mathematical analysis of biological systems
"Felix Villars"

(1921 - 2002)
Villars, Felix, Ein Beitrag zum Deuteronproblem, Diss. Naturwiss. ETH Zürich (1946)

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Gregor Wentzel grad student 1946 ETH Zürich
 (Ein Beitrag zum Deuteronproblem)


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Frank Tabakin grad student 1963 MIT
Edward F. Redish grad student 1969 MIT
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Villars FMH. (1987) The born-oppenheimer theory of nuclear rotations and vibrations Nuclear Physics, Section A. 473: 539-563
Zettili N, Villars FMH. (1987) Validity of the nuclear Born-Oppenheimer method Nuclear Physics, Section A. 469: 93-105
Zettili N, Villars FMH. (1987) On the construction of a new solvable model and validity of many-body approximation methods Nuclear Physics, Section A. 469: 77-92
Villars FMH. (1984) Nuclear collective motion and the Born-Oppenheimer approximation Nuclear Physics, Section A. 420: 61-82
De Guerra EM, Villars F. (1978) ATDHF versus TDHF in a soluble model Nuclear Physics, Section A. 298: 109-121
Villars F, Schmeing-Rogerson N. (1971) Collective energies from momentum- and angular momentum-projected determinantal wavefunctions Annals of Physics. 63: 443-458
Redish EF, Villars F. (1970) A perturbation theory of nuclear scattering including recoil Annals of Physics. 56: 355-390
Villars FMH, Cooper G. (1970) Unified theory of nuclear rotations Annals of Physics. 56: 224-258
Kerman AK, Svenne JP, Villars FMH. (1966) Hartree-fock calculation for finite nuclei with a nonlocal two-body potential Physical Review. 147: 710-714
Feshbach H, Villars F. (1958) Elementary relativistic wave mechanics of spin 0 and spin 1/2 particles Reviews of Modern Physics. 30: 24-45
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