Yuval Ne'eman

1965-1997 Physics and Astronomy Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel 
 1968-1990 University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Astronomy and Astrophysics
"Yuval Ne'eman"

(1925 - 2006)

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Haim Harari grad student 1964 Hebrew University
Amnon Aharony grad student 1972 Tel Aviv University (Chemistry Tree)
Richard C. Schelp grad student 2000 UT Austin
Yungui Gong grad student 2001 UT Austin
Eyal Gilboa grad student 2002 UT Austin
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Ne'eman Y. (2006) Cosmology, Einstein's "Mach Principle" and the Higgs fields International Journal of Modern Physics A. 21: 2773-2779
Ne'eman Y, Sternberg S, Fairlie D. (2005) Superconnections for electroweak su(2/1) and extensions, and the mass of the Higgs Physics Reports. 406: 303-377
Ne'eman Y. (2004) Noncommutative geometry and superconnections for spontaneous gauge symmetry breakdown Modern Physics Letters A. 19: 659-664
Ne'eman Y. (2003) The sign and micro-origin of complexity as entropy (conjectured resolution of a paradox) Foundations of Physics Letters. 16: 389-394
Ne'eman Y, Sathe D. (2002) Aristotle: top man Physics World. 15: 18-19
Lee C, Ne'eman Y. (1999) Massive vector gauge theory and comparison with Higgs—Connes—Lott Chaos Solitons & Fractals. 10: 413-422
Ne'eman Y. (1999) Noncommutative geometry, superconnections and Riemannian gravity as a low-energy theory General Relativity and Gravitation. 31: 725-735
Lee CY, Ne'eman Y. (1999) Massive vector gauge theory and comparison with Higgs-Connes-Lott Chaos, Solitons and Fractals. 10: 413-422
Ne'eman Y. (1998) A superconnection for Riemannian gravity as spontaneously broken SL(4,R) gauge theory Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics. 427: 19-25
Ne'eman Y. (1998) Quantizing gravity and spacetime: Where do we stand? Annalen Der Physik (Leipzig). 8: 3-17
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