Werner Heisenberg

Affiliations: 
1927-1942 Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
 1942-1945 Kaiser Wilhelm-Institut für Physik, Berlin, Prussia, Germany 
 1946-1958 Max-Planck-Institut für Physik in Göttingen 
 1958-1970 Max-Planck-Institut für Physik in München 
Area:
physics (quantum mechanics)
Website:
http://nobelprize.org/physics/laureates/1932/heisenberg-bio.html
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(1901 - 1976)
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werner_Heisenberg
http://chemistry.library.nd.edu/resources/genealogy/physics/documents/HeisenbergWK.pdf
https://inspirehep.net/record/1019163?ln=en
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1924AnP...379..577H
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1932 was awarded to Werner Heisenberg "for the creation of quantum mechanics, the application of which has, inter alia, led to the discovery of the allotropic forms of hydrogen".

Mean distance: 8.37 (cluster 12)
 
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Arnold Johannes Wilhelm Sommerfeld grad student 1923 Universität München
 (Über Stabilität und Turbulenz von Flüssigkeitsströmen)
David Hilbert post-doc 1923 Universität Göttingen
Max Born post-doc 1924 Universität Göttingen
 (Habilitation)
Niels Bohr post-doc 1924-1925 Københavns Universitet

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Felix Bloch grad student 1928 University of Leipzig
Edward Teller grad student 1930 University of Leipzig
Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker grad student 1933 Universität Leipzig (Computer Science Tree)
Serban Titeica grad student 1934 University of Leipzig
Hugo F. Neuert grad student 1935 Universität Leipzig
Bernhard Kockel grad student 1936 Universität Leipzig
Erich Bagge grad student 1938 Leipzig University
Mario Verde grad student 1942
Otfried Madelung grad student 1950 Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Richard J. Eden grad student 1948-1951 Cambridge
Peter Mittelstaedt grad student 1956 Universität Göttingen
Siegfried Flügge post-doc University of Leipzig
Ramesh Chandra Majumdar post-doc
Edwin Albrecht Uehling post-doc Universität Leipzig
Herbert Wagner post-doc University of Leipzig
William Vermillion Houston post-doc 1927 Universität Leipzig
Haldan Keffer Hartline post-doc 1929-1929 University of Leipzig (Neurotree)
Otto Halpern post-doc 1928-1930 Universität Leipzig
Victor Frederick Weisskopf post-doc 1931 University of Leipzig
Theodor Schmidt post-doc 1934 Universität Leipzig
Arnold Theodore Nordsieck post-doc 1935-1937 Universität Leipzig
Ugo Fano post-doc 1936-1937 Universität Leipzig
Sin-Itiro Tomonaga post-doc 1937-1939 Universität Leipzig
Bruno Zumino post-doc 1949-1951 Max-Planck-Institut für Physik in Göttingen
Gernot Eder post-doc 1953-1955 Max-Planck-Institut für Physik
Tullio Regge post-doc 1958-1959 Max-Planck-Institut für Physik in München
Wilhelm Brenig post-doc 1961 University of Munich
Erich W. Schmid research scientist 1965 Max-Planck-Institut für Physik in München
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Heisenberg WK. (2008) Abstraction in modern science Lecture Notes in Physics. 746: 1-16
Heisenberg W, Cassidy D, Sweet W. (1995) A Lecture on Bomb Physics: February 1942 Physics Today. 48: 27-30
Heisenberg W. (1976) The nature of elementary particles Physics Today. 29: 32-39
Heisenberg W. (1976) Was ist ein elementarteilchen? Die Naturwissenschaften. 63: 1-7
Heisenberg W. (1976) Cosmic radiation and fundamental problems in physics Naturwissenschaften. 63: 63-67
Heisenberg W. (1976) The nature of the 'elementary particles' | WAS IST EIN ELEMENTARTEILCHEN? Naturwissenschaften. 63: 1-7
Heisenberg W. (1975) Development of concepts in the history of quantum theory American Journal of Physics. 43: 389-394
Heisenberg W, Heelan PA. (1975) Comments to Heelans thesis Journal For General Philosophy of Science - Zeitschrift FüR Allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie. 6: 137-138
Heisenberg W. (1974) The unified field theory of elementary particles: Some recent advances Die Naturwissenschaften. 61: 1-5
Heisenberg W, Yamazaki K. (1972) Magnons in a model with antiferromagnetic properties. - II Il Nuovo Cimento B Series 11. 11: 125-137
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